In Mexico, where it was originally developed by Dr. Issac Goiz, biomagnetism is significantly more popular and accepted than it is the United States or in most other places in the world (mostly because of its elegant simplicity in the way it treats disease; if people knew about biomagnetism, it could put Big Pharma out of business). Most of the information on biomagnetism is in Spanish, but information about magnet therapy of different kinds is available in English and other languages as well. 


Biomagnetism uses different magnet “pairs” placed on specific areas of the body to treat deep-seated, hidden infections of bacteria and viruses. This model of medicine acknowledges that previous infections or exposure to different pathogens can lead to a kind of “reservoir” that conceals these foregin pathogens from the rest of the body, all the while, the bacteria, viruses, and parasites can cause problems in this reservoir or seep out to cause problems in other areas. Autoimmune disease is considered to be the result of an infection like this in the biomagnetism model. Since Guillain-Barre Syndrome occurs as a result of a previous infection or vaccination, the likelihood of a reservoir being present is high. And indeed, biomagnetism is often (successfully) used to treat GBS and other related autoimmune conditions. 


According to one biomagnetism source, the primary pathogenic causes of GBS include Campylobacter jejuni, Epstein-Barr Virus, Citomegalovirus, Haemophilus influenzae, and Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Other viruses or pathogens that may cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome to develop include HIV/AIDS, diphtheria, encephalitis, meningitis, botulism, and polio. Biomagnetism also acknowledges that vaccination can be a causal factor in the development of GBS for some people. 


In biomagnetism, the pair “Plantar-Plantar” is considered the reservoir pair to treat Guillain-Barre. Another pair, known as “Patty”, a specific reservoir pair, is also an important biomagnetic pair for the treatment of GBS. The “Bulbo Raquideo-Pineal” (the “bulbo” point is around the top vertebrae, and the pineal point is on the top of the head) has been used successfully as part of treatment as well. 


Though it’s very possible to apply magnets to oneself or to a loved one, it’s ideal to seek out biomagnetic treatment for a biomagnetism practitioner. Biomagnetism works best when someone is able to “check” all of the magnet pairs in the body to see which are imbalanced and need correcting. A trained biomagnetism practitioner can place magnets in the correct location for healing and make suggestions based on their findings. 


Other magnet therapies that some individuals may be interested in trying include the MiraMate portable PEMF machine or even a full PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic field) machine. These magnet therapies can administer magnet therapy in a broader sense and can produce miraculous results similar to biomagnetism. For people who aren’t able to visit a biomagnetism practitioner or who don’t feel comfortable with experimenting with biomagnetism, these two magnet therapy machines are good choices. 


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[1] Help Biomagnetic (2018). Guillain Barré. Retrieved January 21, 2022 from: http://helpbiomagnetic.com/site/index.php/2018/04/06/guillain-barre/ 

[2] Curso Biomagnetismo (2013). Guillain Barré y Biomagnetismo. Retrieved January 21, 2022 from: https://curso-biomagnetismo.com/guillan-barre-y-biomagnetismo/