ECM and Melatonin

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Independent research published around the world shows that exposure to relatively weak 50/60 Herz alternating electromagnetic fields reduces the secretion of melatonin by the epiphysis (pineal gland), and blocks the anti-cancer action of this melatonin.

Melatonin is a hormone with multiple chronobiological regulatory functions, acting indirectly both on the reproductive system and on immune mechanisms.

Melatonin has a major protective action against cancerous cell proliferation, in the destruction of free radicals and in the neutralization of stress hormones.

Its action is therefore crucial to the survival of man and animals. We now know that it is present in all living tissues, which should call for great caution on the part of certain spokespersons for electricity companies, who consider any electromagnetic impact on the function of melatonin to be negligible.

Melatonin is a hormone with multiple chronobiological regulatory functions, acting indirectly both on the reproductive system and on immune mechanisms.

Melatonin has a major protective action against cancerous cell proliferation, in the destruction of free radicals and in the neutralization of stress hormones.

Its action is therefore crucial to the survival of man and animals. We now know that it is present in all living tissues, which should call for great caution on the part of certain spokespersons for electricity companies, who consider any electromagnetic impact on the function of melatonin to be negligible.

It is therefore important to adopt proactive and preventive measures when using them. This includes the use of Clean-Waves / BodyGuard technology, the only effective protection available on the market. (the only internationally patented technology that has proven its effectiveness).