For wrists sized 190mm +. 7.5″ +)
The history of Rescue, the original health bracelet.
Whilst living in Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia), Callum Ross Mackenzie became interested in the use of galvanic couples for generating energy. Experimenting to combine copper and zinc in a useable and controllable form, he settled on a bracelet, finding that the energy of the metal couple and that of the human body were compatible. Finding it helped him, he tried it out on his wife who was suffering from sciatica. She had immediate and lasting relief.
Friends with various health problems (including one with emphysema) tried his bracelets. The results were a resounding success. Thousands of bracelets were made and sold in Zimbabwe by ‘R.e.s.c.u.’, a charitable organisation, and the bracelet became known as the Rescue Bracelet. After moving to Kenton-on-Sea in South Africa, Ross Mackenzie continued production, and a very large file of his letters (to which are added those of the present owners and patent holders of the Rescue Bracelet business) attest to help for a wide variety of ailments, including arthritis, sinus, constipation, emphysema, high blood pressure, dermatitis etc.
|“The tiniest electrical current, measured in millionths of an amp, can turn off pain, operate vital organs and move muscles.” – leading scientific digest, 1981
|1||A cross-section of the Rescue Health Bracelet will reveal that Copper completely surrounds a core layer of Zinc. This creates maximum contact of the galvanized metals, and facilitates an ideal micro-current output.|
|2||In simple terms, a micro electro-galvanic energy field is created by this union of Copper and Zinc. It is this energy that enables the Rescue Health Bracelet to give the body continuous electro-physiological therapy. The micro-current produced equals 1,1 volt X 1.0 milliamp = 0,001watt. (1mW)|
|3||How micro electro-therapy assists the body:
• The micro-current supplements the natural bio-electrical energy within the human body
|4||It has long been known that biological processes can be affected by electrical treatment. As much as two thousand years ago, Roman physicians used electric eels to ease the pain of gout-swollen feet.|
|5||The brain can be affected by external electrical fields to increase or decrease its activity. This type of therapy may eventually lead to methods of improving memory, concentration and learning ability.|
|6||The US Food and Drug Administration have given their seal of approval to bone healing using electro-therapy. There is evidence that certain kinds of nerve cells and tissue can be regenerated with micro-electrotherapy. Calcium accumulating in swollen joints as a result of bursitis or a sprain, can be broken up and then dispersed with small amounts of micro electro-therapy.|
|7||The body can repair and renew itself under the direction of the brain. By introducing an external stabilising current of micro-electricity into the body to prevent fluctuations, the body can use its tremendous capacity for self healing, to cure existing illnesses and possibly prevent the contraction of new ones.|
|8||Micro electro-therapy can also influence healing by stabilizing ions in the blood, thereby helping to restore PH balance and enriching oxygen content in the circulatory system.|
|9||This can have a dramatic effect on the immune system in bringing healing and pain relief. Tissue swelling following bruising or laceration can respond favourably to micro-electrical fields, and be reduced by pulsed electromagnetic therapy; new skin growth over burns can be similarly accelerated.|
|10||Present knowledge indicates that all biological processes are fundamentally electric; central nervous systems in particular generate and transmit minute electric currents which regulate development, growth and healing.|