The healthy range for zeta potential

The healthy range for zeta potential is between minus 9.3 millivolts(mV) and minus 15 mV, with an average of minus 12.5 mV. In our experiment, two hours of grounding improved the average zeta potential of the ten participants from a rather depressed level of minus 5.28 mV before Earthing to a healthy minus 14.26 mV afterward.

Blood closer to a zero zeta potential is more apt to be sludgy and thick.flow less freely, and have a greater risk of clumping and clotting. You’ll see additional research on that in a moment, when I discuss diabetes.Blood vessels are like highways. You want the traffic moving smoothly and fluidly. You don’t want traffic jams. In our study, we exposed the blood samples to an electric field and observed, with the dark field micro.scope, how much the red blood cells moved in a certain period of time before and after grounding. The red blood cells barely moved in the samples taken before. After grounding, they moved briskly along. In addition, we documented considerably fewer clumps of red cells in the after samples compared to the pregrounding samples. This response helped us understand why we frequently see people’s skin turning pink soon after they become grounded. It’s almost as if the floodgates of a dam are opened.

If Earthing affects blood electrodynamics like this, we believe it also affects cells throughout the body, and further supports our belief that grounded people have a different physiology than people who are ungrounded.

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