The use of magnet therapy for health and well-being has an ancient history dating back thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians used loadstones to prolong life and improve health. It is said that Cleopatra wore a polished lodestone on her third eye, in the belief that it helped maintain her youth and beauty. In more recent times, Paracelsus considered to be the father of modern medicine, believed that the "life force' of the body was most influenced by the force found in magnets. In Europe, Russia, China, Japan and many other countries, convinced of the benefits, millions of people continue to use magnet therapy.
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