CHI Institute presents conclusive studies proving healing effect of sound

Author: Anonymous
Affiliation: newsletters/104/104_D.html
Conference/Journal: Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients
Date published: 2003
Other: Issue ID: April , Pages: 19 , Word Count: 418

Recent studies are revealing how purring may be the secret to cats' nine lives. CHI Institute is the first to release studies that conclusively corroborate the healing results from infrasonic sound waves on humans and other animals. Recent unreleased studies from the Fauna Communications Research Institute in Hillsborough, North Carolina have given evidence of the healing effect of purring in cats. Scientists there have determined that the frequency at which many cats purr, between 27 and 44 hertz for house cats, matches the frequency that seems to help human bones strengthen and grow. Biologists still don't know what generates purring in felines. They do know that cats purr, not only when they are happy, but also when injured. They heal quickly from bone and tissue injuries caused by impact of falling great distances. Cats are not the only creatures that use sound for healing. Even humans have been measured emitting varying degrees of low-frequency sound waves. The Beijing Acoustics Institute found that Qi-Gong healers emit up to 100 times the level of infrasonic waves as the average person emits, and up to 1,000 times greater than those emitted by the infirmed. Chinese researchers built a device that replicated the patterns and frequencies of the Qi-gong healers. After they discovered clinical evidence of healing from the devices, CHI Institute founder, Richard Lee, teamed up with the Chinese engineer, Lu Yan Fang, to create a more precisely tuned device for improved reliability and effectiveness. Twelve years later, CHI Institute is the first organization to present conclusive evidence proving the healing effect of sound from several independent research studies. The studies show that infrasound therapy improves measurements in EEG, EKG, thermogram, and AST/CPK diagnostic enzyme levels. In April 2002, a serological study performed by Ronald Riegal, DVM, showed improvement in the form of an increase in hyaluronic acid quality and concentration in joint lubrication after using CHI Institute's Equisonic QGM on joints in horses. In addition to the scientific studies, thousands of medical doctors have already observed first-hand the results of therapeutic infrasound. Merle Janes, MD states, 'I am using the machine in daily practice. I tried it on my cat, and she immediately flopped down, curled up and half-closed her eyes and purred away. Must've seemed to her like her momma cat had come back.' While 35% of CHI Institute's customers report near-miraculous results in improving their acute and chronic ailments, 96% of users report satisfactory to excellent benefits from infrasound therapy for reducing pain and and inflammation, improving circulation and accelerating the healing process.