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How can use use the physical relationship of a bad plumbing connection to enhance an Acupuncture treatment?

Bad Plumbing and Potatoes? Probably not what you thought this article would be about but have you ever put a new connection on an old water pipe and a year later end up with a corroded mess?

When you use two different types of metal connectors without an dielectric adapter, the electron flow from one metal to another causing the metals to break down and corrode and look all nasty. The key concept here is: electron flow – good for Acupuncture, bad for your kitchen tumbling or your water heater.

When you have two conductive layers in proximity to each other connect to each other or via another layer of conduction, electronics flow from the are of higher density to lower density.

What about the potato battery experiment? (I’ll let you watch the video for thoughts about that one).

This concept can be used in Acupuncture for therapeutic effect by using needles of different materials.

Most Acupuncture needles are made of stainless steel, however, ear tacks often are produced in a few different metals and they can be used in pairs of different types in order to generate added movement of energy between the two points.

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