Magnetic therapy has a long history that dates back to the ancient times. The fields created by magnets are the strongest force known to man, and the power of these magnets has long been used for health purposes – both for people and animals.
In ancient Egyptian times, Egyptians would place special stones known as lodestones on their bodies and in their homes, and relied on these stones to preserve beauty and youth. The father of modern medicine, Paracelsus, spoke of magnet therapy as essential in influencing the body’s “life force”, and promoted magnet therapy as a health benefit.
Today magnetic therapy continues to be utilized all around the world, to treat a variety of ailments and conditions. The nice thing about magnetic therapy is that it is non-invasive, which means you may gain benefits, without having to factor in any potential disadvantages (such as the side effects you might experience from trying a medication).