By David L Gann and Shui-yin Lo, PhD.
The leading cause of personal bankruptcy in America is hospitalization; yet despite the high cost of healthcare, the US is ranked 37th worldwide by the World Health Organization in providing safe and effective treatment.
Gann and his particle physicist research partner Lo present their groundbreaking research into an undiscovered molecular phase of water in an easy-to-read summary.
With their “Genesis Phase” of water, they claim they have uncovered the underlying mechanism of how water forms a solid particle at room temperature and thereby explain many of the mysteries of alternative health practices.
Research into the atomic level of the water molecule, complete with photos, is presented in a simplified and understandable manner, leading the reader through miles of physical and chemical jungles effortlessly.
Tackling head-on the raging battle between Allopathic and Homeopathic Medicine, Gann and Lo’s research sheds light on both sides of this 50-year conflict. Laboratory experiments are explained in layman’s terms, thereby allowing a person with no physics background to understand the mechanism underlying Homeopathy. Their research into the water molecule is a fascinating read explaining the mysteries of Homeopathy but even more may be the needed paradigm shift ushering in a new age of inexpensive, safe and truly workable healthcare.
Introduction by Dr. Norman Shealy, MD, Ph.D., founder of the American Holistic Medical Association and one of the world’s leading research pioneers in developing safe and effective non-pharmaceutical health treatments, with 50 years of experience as an accomplished neurosurgeon and research physician. Shealy has been a medical consultant to leaders in every specialty including the personal physicians of Presidents Kennedy and Eisenhower, as well as one of the country’s principal research authorities in alternative medicine. His published works total over 310, including 23 books. His seminars and workshops are given worldwide and are attended by physicians and laypersons alike.
Softcover, 316 pages.