What is calcium cascade and why is it an important result of QRS?
The application of QRS' saw tooth wave signal transports ions out of the electrolytic fluids and into cells. This is the only known method of achieving ion transport. It also enhances the ability to separate ions and in particular to stream the hydrogen ions. The hydrogen ions stream through the electrolytic fluids (blood and extra-cellular fluids) and bump into obstacles in the form of cell membranes. Calcium is bound to negative charges in the protein layer of the membrane. The positively charged hydrogen ions combine with the negative charges bonding to the calcium and release calcium ions. This causes calcium cascade. The calcium moves into the intercellular fluids and differentiate into cells requiring calcium (such as bone and nerve cells) or are removed to waste. A result of the calcium cascade in the blood is that calcium deposited on the walls of the vessels is set free. This in not an immediate occurrence but one that occurs over a period of six months or more. It means that arteriosclerosis processes (narrowing of the vessels) can be stopped and reversed. When the calcium arrives in the cell a series of positive effects are generated: a. The macrophages of the cell are activated. This is an important component of the immune system. They dispose of cell refuse and eat pathogens (e.g. bacteria). b. Enzymes are activated, stimulated and controlled. In short, the metabolism of the cell is regulated. c. Nitrogen monoxide (NO) is produced and it vaporises into the blood. The blood vessels therefore become larger (dilate) and the blood circulation improves. d. Cell division or differentiation is stimulated. Differentiation means that every cell in the human body performs its own special function. Cancer cells are examples of cells that are not differentiated properly. This means that correcting the differentiation increases the number of normal cells. e. Blood pressure sensors normalise the blood pressure. In the medulla oblongata, a part of the brain on the extension of the spinal cord, there are vibration producers for the blood pressure which react positively to the calcium effect of the magnetic field and lower or raise blood pressure. f. Sensitivity to adrenalin and cortisone decreases. g. The production of insulin is activated (provided that the cells of the islands of Langerhans which are responsible for the production of insulin are intact). h. The channels (gates) in the cells' membranes open which intensifies ion exchange. i. The sensitivity of nerve ends increase because the calcium, which is an excellent "prickle guider", attaches itself to the nerve ends j. The fatty acid metabolism is normalised. Although some people may lose weight through QRS treatment, that does not provide an excuse for eating more.