Natural diathermy is a medical practice that uses natural heat to supplement or replace medical treatments with machines. Most natural diathermy machines utilize natural elements to produce an electric current. One of the most commonly used elements in natural diathermy machines is lepidolite, also known as “blue leporite”. The blue color of leporite is a result of its high cobalt content. The healing properties of raw leporite have made it a popular stone for jewelry and talismans, but medical use is growing as well.
Does raw lepidolite have healing properties?
The healing properties of raw leporite are commonly used in natural medicine. It has been used to treat skin disorders, arthritis, muscle spasms, headaches, colds and flu, constipation and acne. It can be ingested as a dietary supplement or applied topically to the skin to treat various health conditions such as circulatory issues and paralysis. Additionally, synthetic unnatural compounds have ruined the reputation of raw leporite by producing tumors in laboratory animals when ingested in large amounts. In contrast, natural compounds found in raw leporitie are not carcinogenic for humans when consumed in moderate amounts.
Natural diathermy machines have been made from lepid used in cars: In 1931, Rene Fagni took part in a car race from Chamonix to Paris using an electric car he built using lepidolite stones from the Dolomites region of Italy. The design included many innovative features that enhanced performance and safety while enhancing the car’s electrical potential with his battery-powered generator. During competition, Fagni ran out of power halfway through the race— thus illustrating the need for a good battery when operating an electric vehicle built with raw leporitie stones! Batteries required for cars were made from cobalt chloride (CoCl2), which was once again contaminated by synthetic chemicals ruining its reputation again.
The lepid used in natural diathermy machines is a natural replacement for tinfoil: Tinfoil was originally made from silver but was later abandoned due to bacterial contamination and electroplating byproducts such as silver-copper sulfide (Ag3S). In addition to being toxic for humans and animals alike, silver-copper sulfide tarnishes quickly and produces black algae growth on non-silver surfaces due to its excessive electrical conductivity— thus rendering it useless as a heating source! Natural elements such as blue goldstone and lapis lazuli could be contaminated with copper since they were traditionally worked by copper miners who often carried their spoils home! Raw blue goldstone has recently become popular again because it doesn’t contain any artificial compounds like other tinfoil did when it was originally produced— thus restoring its healing properties!
The popularity of natural medicine continues to rise worldwide due to people’s desire for alternative treatments that are free of synthetic chemicals or pharmaceutical drugs. Doctors around the world are turning more towards complementary medicine as patients seek alternatives instead of replacing their current treatment method with more expensive pharmaceutical drugs! Natural heat therapies such as naturopathic electrotherapy are seeing booming growth due to this trend— especially when modern medical practices are combined with complementary methods such as homeopathy and acupuncture! With the prevalence of electronic thermometers nowadays, it is easy for people without medical training to apply thermal therapy using electronic devices instead of buying expensive equipment designed for professionals. All one needs is access to suitable thermal materials such as raw blue leporitie stones!