In 1951, the physician Dr. Ernst Hartmann discovered a telluric grid that can be traced all over the world. Today it is known as the "Hartmann Grid" or "1st Grid".
But even before Hartmann, dowsers had believed they recognized magnetically active grids that crisscrossed the earth. The distances inbetween this grid are about 2.8 m in the north-south direction and about 1.8 m in the east-west direction. This grid is therefore relatively tight.
In his practice, Dr. Hartmann had noticed that most of his clients regularly showed recurrent symptoms (the reappearance of a condition in a person who had previously had the same type of illness) and that apparently no medication could help them. It was then that he got the idea that the cause of this recurrence could be the influence of pathogenic telluric radiation.
After repeatedly checking the bedrooms of his patients his assumptions proved to be correct. As he did not have any harmonizing products available at the time, he proposed to change the position of the bed ... with such success that the state of health and the physical and mental well-being of most people changed in a very short time.
Sleeping on a Hartmann grid mainly causes muscle cramps. A lot of people often try to alleviate this symptom with magnesium. But people who suffer from these symptoms do not show a magnesium deficiency! The cause of the nightly muscle cramps is due to harmful earth radiation!
A bit of biology? the kidneys are the most important organ for the regulation and assimilation of magnesium. Magnesium is essential for the proper functioning of cells, the transmission of nerve impulses, the metabolism of antibodies and the regulation of the heart rhythm. The role of magnesium is to allow the regulation of the cardiac rhythm and the proper functioning of the muscles.
Some examples of magnesium-rich foods:
100 g of seafood: 410 mg
100 g of cocoa: 150 to 400 mg depending on concentration
100 g of almonds: 250 mg
100 g wholemeal bread: 80 mg
100 g of brazil nuts: 370 mg
Other foods with a high magnesium intake: Whole grains, dried fruit, chocolate, cabbage, onion, alfalfa, seaweed, horsetail, wheat and barley germ, boiled spinach, etc.
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