EM-X, the magic potion

Below is a description of an article that appeared in the March 2004 edition of The Intelligent Optimist. Since publishing EM-X has changed its name to EM-X Gold.

A unique mixture of bacteria and yeast forms the basis for a natural medicine with remarkable healing properties. EM-X is a Japanese concept with an exceptionally powerful anti-oxidative effect. The medicine is amazingly effective in the treatment of a variety of diseases and can also be taken preventatively.

So how does it work? When the oxygen in our body combines with other molecules (oxidation) so-called free radicals are released, which help the body kill pathogens. Too many free radicals can damage our cells, however, which in turn can impair the natural workings of the immune system. One way to counterbalance this unwanted effect is by ingesting anti-oxidants. Well-known examples include Vitamins C and E, and flavonoids, found in green tea, for example. According to anti-oxidant adherents, to achieve maximum results, you need to take a mixture of anti-oxidants. EM-X is such a mix. That makes it both a powerful healing agent as well as a means for healthy people to regulate their oxidization levels and thus prevent free radicals from becoming harmful.

Interestingly, EM-X’s proponents are not limited to the non-academic ranks of practitioners attracted to many alternative medicine treatments. EM-X is being subjected to close academic scrutiny and has been commended by a wide range of reputable scientists.

Everyone responds differently to EM-X, because each person is different and EM-X adapts to the body. EM-X is based on microorganisms and is therefore a living, dynamic and complex whole. The fact that the body itself seeks equilibrium and health is wonderful news for the patient. But for the doctor this requires an open mind in order to understand the process as well as courage and experience to interpret it and apply it. Consequently, EM-X, like homeopathy, cannot easily be understood on the basis of current scientific methods.

This article is a description of an article that appeared in the March 2004 issue of The Intelligent Optimist. Members can read the full article here. Non-members can become a member here.

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EM-X, the magic potion

Below is a description of an article that appeared in the March 2004 edition of The Intelligent Optimist. Since publishing EM-X has changed its name to EM-X Gold.

A unique mixture of bacteria and yeast forms the basis for a natural medicine with remarkable healing properties. EM-X is a Japanese concept with an exceptionally powerful anti-oxidative effect. The medicine is amazingly effective in the treatment of a variety of diseases and can also be taken preventatively.

So how does it work? When the oxygen in our body combines with other molecules (oxidation) so-called free radicals are released, which help the body kill pathogens. Too many free radicals can damage our cells, however, which in turn can impair the natural workings of the immune system. One way to counterbalance this unwanted effect is by ingesting anti-oxidants. Well-known examples include Vitamins C and E, and flavonoids, found in green tea, for example. According to anti-oxidant adherents, to achieve maximum results, you need to take a mixture of anti-oxidants. EM-X is such a mix. That makes it both a powerful healing agent as well as a means for healthy people to regulate their oxidization levels and thus prevent free radicals from becoming harmful.

Interestingly, EM-X’s proponents are not limited to the non-academic ranks of practitioners attracted to many alternative medicine treatments. EM-X is being subjected to close academic scrutiny and has been commended by a wide range of reputable scientists.

Everyone responds differently to EM-X, because each person is different and EM-X adapts to the body. EM-X is based on microorganisms and is therefore a living, dynamic and complex whole. The fact that the body itself seeks equilibrium and health is wonderful news for the patient. But for the doctor this requires an open mind in order to understand the process as well as courage and experience to interpret it and apply it. Consequently, EM-X, like homeopathy, cannot easily be understood on the basis of current scientific methods.

This article is a description of an article that appeared in the March 2004 issue of The Intelligent Optimist. Members can read the full article here. Non-members can become a member here.

Photo courtesy of Flickr

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