Alternative Medicine
Leej, Arthur - - Electrical Bone Healing - "When a crab generates a new shell or a seashell grows, it uses a weak electrical current to form a calcium skeleton. Our bodies form bone in the same way a crustacean forms a shell. The mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cells. Their ATP sequesters adenosine calcium phosphate and deposits it into to bones...
Mention of using electricity to heal bones is contained in Alexis Boyer’s book on surgical disease,
Traité des maladies chirurgicales et des opérations qui leur conviennent. In 1812, he described a case in which a fracture didn’t unite after 13 months. The leg below the fracture could be moved easily in any direction without causing much 105 pain. A current was applied and after 2 weeks, the limb became less flexible. After 6 weeks of electrical current, the man was able to walk...
Large numbers of fractured limbs occurred during WWI. Dr. Alfred E. Barclay reported on a number of men with ununited fractures, which were treated with electricity.  Old literature records 1 instance in which the violet ray was used to stimulate bone healing. A railroad worker broke the bones in his forearm. They were set in a hospital, but 3 years later, they still didn’t unite. He went to specialists who couldn’t help, but after using high-frequency electricity, the bones united.
Robert Becker and his research team did studies on the amount of current necessary to start bone formation. When Frederick Brown dropped the current applied to test batches of frog blood to 700 pico-amps, the cells began to change, 1st at the negative electrode, then at the positive electrode. This is far less current than humans can feel.  Bone breaks did NOT respond to high currents. They did respond to a current in the range of 5 to 20 microamperes. This is little more than the current that it takes to run a watch. The bone cells did NOT multiply to bridge the gap. The red blood cells dedifferentiated and became primitive cells, which began to generate bone.
An infection in the bone area is the most difficult to heal. Often it will remain for years, draining pus and stubbornly refusing to heal. Robert Becker made a small electrode of silver, which released ions into the fracture area. The silver ions killed off the infection and stimulated healing...
In 1979, the (USA) FDA approved clinical use of electrical treatment for nonunion of bones. The treatment can be invasive by inserting needles into the fracture area. A 2nd way is by using a powerful magnetic field, which stimulates an electric field. The magnetic treatment induces a current and can last as long as necessary. The success rate for inducing rapid healing by the electrical modalities (especially using pulsating waves/currents/frequencies) is generally from 70-90%...
Scientists have been studying electrical regeneration in the legs of frogs. Frogs can’t regenerate limbs, but they are related to the creatures that do. When a microcurrent is applied to the lost frog limb, stumps are produced which have large amounts of nerve tissue. The anode destroys the muscles, but the cathode stimulates regeneration.  However, complete regeneration is not obtained."

Brittle Bone
alternative medicine

Calcium & Magnesium -  -
Lemon Egg Recipe – the best organic calcium supplementation
1. Carefully place whole, clean, uncooked, uncracked, organic eggs in a clean wide-mouth jar or glass container.
How many eggs is up to you, but the (organic) lemon juice needs to cover the eggs.
2. Cover the eggs with freshly squeezed organic lemon juice (concentrated lemon juice is pasteurized and should never be used as a substitute).
3. Cover the jar loosely and place it in the refrigerator. A few times during the day, gently, very gently agitate the liquid in the jar.  As the Calcium from the shells is leached by the lemon juice, bubbles will appear around the eggs.
4. Approximately 44-48 hours later, when the bubbling has stopped, carefully remove the eggs from the jar, being sure not to break the egg membranes. Replace the lid tightly on the jar containing the liquid and shake the mixture. You now have 'Lemon Egg'.  I love to drink it straight or mix 2oz in my smoothies. It can also be used for recipes calling for lemon juice as well.  If there is no more than twice as much lemon juice per egg volume, I take 1-2 tablespoons of the lemon mixture and up to 6, if I don’t eat enough vegetables.  One whole medium sized eggshell yields about 750–800 mgs of elemental calcium plus other microelements, including but not limited to magnesium, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, sulphur, silicon, zinc, (27 elements in total). The composition of an eggshell is very similar to that of our bones and teeth.
How to Eat Raw Eggs Safely "If you’re looking for a way to eat raw eggs safely, without the risk of salmonella, this recipe can double as egg safety protocol! The lemon juice kills the salmonella leaving you with just the egg itself (like in the picture). Great for smoothies and any other recipe that calls for raw eggs.  It should be noted, we do not recommend the consumption of factory farmed eggs under any circumstances, raw or cooked. Vital Farms sells highly nutritious organic eggs raised by healthy, humanely treated chickens. If you can’t raise your own chickens, these are the best we know of. And salmonella is not an issue in healthy eggs produced by healthy, truly cage free, organic chickens.  Alternatively, instead of discarding shells after cooking eggs, as long as the shells weren’t cooked (no boiled egg shells for this), you can put those in lemon juice as well (thank you AeRhee Lee at Healing Foods to Go)." [Calcium-magnesium is not the only homemade supplement you can make. Check out our Homemade Vitamin C article.]
Leej, Arthur - - Electrical Bone Healing - "An hour of pulsed square-wave current resulted in marked formation of new spongy bone. This has promise for the treatment of osteoporosis."

Vitamin K - -
Vitamin K is essential for bone density along with heart health.  "Vitamin K in food comes in 2 general forms:

  1. Vitamin K1 (or phyllo-quinone), found primarily in leafy green vegetables.

    Vitamin K2
    , found in natto or fermented soy, and in animal products such as eggs, meat, milk, and cheese.

Vitamin K2 has several subtypes denoted by a number, such as MK-4, MK-6, and MK-7.

MK stands for mena-quinones, which are forms of vitamin K that vary in their organic structure. 1 epidemiological study showed that some forms of menaquinone, MK-7 & MK-9, appear to be powerful in preventing coronary heart disease.7

MK-7 is a long-acting form of vitamin K, available as a dietary supplement.
has only recently become available in supplement form. (CAUTION: Often blood thinning &/or clotting properties.)



Psalm 34:20 -
You (Father God) protect all his/my bones.  NOT 1 of them will be/remain broken.
Psalm 35:9-10 Alexander Harkavy   My soul shall be joyful in the Lord; it shall rejoice in His salvation. 
10All my bones shall say, "Lord, Who is like unto Thee, Who deliverest." -
Proverbs 3:7-8
King James Version (KJV) 7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the Lord, and depart from evil. 
8 It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy bones.
Proverbs 15:30 NIV - Good (holy) news (words/revelation) gives health to the bones.


Beezley, Todd - I Sold My Soul to the Devil - (until God rescued him) Childhood brittle bone disease allowed Todd to believe a lie of the devil, that he could not undo a commitment to Satan, in order to reverse his possible leg amputation.
Beezley, Todd - 700 club CBN testimony - -
He Sold His Soul to the Devil: Then God Stepped In
Sharon Stone: The Healing of her Brittle Bone - - -
God is ready, but sometimes He is getting us ready.
Medical Research
Israeli company grows new bones from fat 6/27/2012 12/6//2016
 "An Israeli bone-graft product CoreBone made of enhanced coral has received CE approval to start sales in Europe for dental and orthopedic procedures."