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PEMF & Detoxification

Updated: May 31

We're usually pretty good about keeping our outsides clean, but what about inside our bodies? That's where detoxification, or detox for short, comes in. It's not something we see every day, but it's really important for our health.

Our bodies are always dealing with stuff like chemicals, medicines, and germs. Detoxification is how our body naturally gets rid of these unwanted things. It's like a cleaning crew that works inside us, using enzymes, vitamins, and other helpers to break down and remove waste products and toxins.

The liver is like the leader of this cleaning crew. It filters out toxins from our blood and changes them into harmless substances that we can get rid of through pee. The liver has special enzymes that help it do this, and it works in two phases to tackle different kinds of toxins.

PEMF Supports the Liver & Kidneys

PEMF therapy can help our body detox better by improving the function of our liver and kidneys. It also helps our cells work better, which means they can get rid of toxins more efficiently. PEMF therapy does lots of other good things too, like improving blood circulation and reducing inflammation, which all help with detox.

PEMF therapy can help our body detox better by improving the function of our liver and kidneys.

Studying detoxification can be tricky, especially in humans, so scientists often study animals instead. One study on mice found that exposure to PEMFs increased certain enzymes in their livers, which help with detoxification.

It's not just our liver that helps us detox, though. Our kidneys, gut, lungs, and skin all play a part too. PEMF therapy helps all these organs do their job better, so our whole body can detox more effectively.


While we often focus on external cleanliness, our internal health is equally important. Our bodies constantly encounter various chemicals, medications, and pathogens that need to be eliminated to maintain optimal health. The liver is the primary organ responsible for detoxifying the bloodstream, aided by enzymes and vitamins that neutralize and eliminate waste products.

PEMF therapy has shown promise in enhancing the detox process by improving liver and kidney function, as well as optimizing cellular function throughout the body. Additionally, PEMFs have been found to improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and aid in repairing damaged cells, all of which contribute to better detoxification. Although research on detoxification can be challenging, studies in laboratory animals have demonstrated the beneficial effects of PEMF therapy on liver enzymes involved in detoxification.

It's important to recognize that detoxification is not solely reliant on the liver; other organs like the kidneys, gut, lungs, and skin also play significant roles. PEMF therapy helps these organs function optimally, thereby enhancing the body's overall detoxification capacity.


  1. Pawluk, W., MD & Layne, C. J. (2017). Power Tools for Health: How Pulsed Magnetic Fields (PEMFs) Help You. FriesenPress.


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