Germanium Stone Benefits
Before I launch into germanium stones or germanium stone benefits, I want to focus on the man responsible for the research on the uses of the germanium stone.
Dr. Otto Warburg and his prime topic of research “cancer” is the physician that discovered that “cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by fermentation of sugar”.
Yes, you heard that right. Cancer is caused by fermentation of sugar! Instead of cells doing what they are supposed to be doing, as in the respiration of oxygen, they are facilitating the fermentation of sugar while building cancer cells.
Dr. Warburg is responsible for the “Warburg Effect: a guide to multipurpose cancer therapy including trace element delivery.”
So, in oncology (cancer treatment), the Warburg effect, is the observation that most cancer cells will predominantly produce energy by a high rate of glycolysis which is followed by lactic acid fermentation in the cytosol, rather than by a low rate of glycolysis followed by Oxidation of Pyruvate in mitochondria as is in most of our normal cells.
According to Wikipedia: Germanium stone benefits us as these stones facilitate the movement of oxygen across cellular membranes to deliver oxygen into our cells.
Dr. Otto Warburg, a Nobel prize-winning cancer researcher, discovered that cancer cells do not metabolize oxygen properly and that by flooding cells with oxygen, he might be able to retard the growth of cancer cells or even help return those cells to normal.
Since Dr. Warburg’s discovery that cancer cells living in an environment where fermented sugar basically feeds the cancer cells giving them energy, it is now also known that introducing oxygen could retard the growth of those cancer cells or even turning the cancer cells back into healthy living cells.
Germanium stone benefits, as read above, are to very aptly help move oxygen into cells and as such, the stones can also remove livable conditions for cancer cells.
When Dr. Warburg discovered that cancer cells cannot survive in an oxygen-rich environment, it was also discovered that one of the organic germanium stone benefits is that they can carry oxygen across the cellular membrane and directly into the cell. This fights any disease that is caused by non-sufficient oxygen in a cell, or what is known as oxidative free-radical damage.
There is a study in the Journal of Interferon Research that indicates that germanium stone benefits us best when it is used at the same time or in conjunction with, but not in the regular place of a traditional or alternative, cancer therapies.
In the last several months, World Media and Technology Inc., has released their newest version of a wearable technology called the Helo. Not only does it monitor heart, run an EKG, monitor steps, check blood pressure, monitor breaths, depth of sleep, monitors blood glucose levels, alcohol blood levels, has a mosquito shield, and even has a built in GPS and panic button for family members and loved ones, it also has germanium attached to the band which touches skin directly and releases germanium directly for a huge added benefit.
The last thing that I want to mention in this post is that WGN is adding one more technology to the Helo this month. This technology is the first ever, blood glucose monitoring from outside of the body. That’s right, no more finger poking to get blood glucose levels.
I have all of the information if you wish to know more. I will be posting another full write up on the Helo later here at my site. To be able to test our blood for glucose levels and not have to invade the blood system from the outside to the inside is phenomenal, to say the least. The Helo cannot be purchased from a store however; it has to be purchased online and through myself or another direct member. So if you are interested, let me know and I will get you more information. Just post a comment below and I’ll get right back to you.
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