Vibrational frequencies that heal. (Shorts)

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Author: Jule Klotter
Date: May 2002
From: Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients(Issue 226)
Publisher: The Townsend Letter Group
Document Type: Article
Length: 554 words

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Scientists at North Carolina's Fauna Communications Research Institute have found that the vibrations of feline purring strengthens and heals the animals' bones and organs. Housecats purr at a frequency of 27 to 44 hertz (cycles per second), and wild cats, such as the puma, ocelot, serval, cheetah, and caracal, purr at frequencies of 20-50 hertz. Interestingly, studies with humans have found that frequencies of 20-50 Hz help human bones grow, heal, and strengthen. Although we tend to think of purring as a sign of contentment, sick and wounded cats also purr; and the healing vibrations of their purr may be one reason that cats have a reputation for living nine lives. A study in The Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association reported that 90% of 132 cats that fell an average of 5.5 stories survived. One of...

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Klotter, Jule. "Vibrational frequencies that heal. (Shorts)." Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, no. 226, 2002, p. 28. Accessed 14 May 2021.
  

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