Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) applies frequencies once used in the 1920’s using a modern day microcurrent device as a frequency generator.
The microcurrent increases ATP (the molecule that carries cellular energy) and protein synthesis. These are needed to restore health and heal injured tissues.
The frequencies work through what science calls biological resonance. An example of biological resonance is when a singer hits the right note and breaks a glass. This happens because the singer’s note resonates with the lead in the glass. The lead molecules vibrate and come apart, hence making the glass break.
When applying this concept to the body, there is a unique and specific frequency for the tissue or organ that needs to be healed. For example, the frequency used for the liver will only heal the liver and not other organs or tissues.