Updated: Oct 29, 2021
Linen is known as a healing fabric and has been used for thousands of years. Many have claimed that linen can help alleviate pain and speed up healing from different skin lesions. Linen was used extensively by the Egyptians to wrap their dead to preserve their bodies, to seal wounds and as currency because of how superior the fabric is. During the civil war the nurses would use it to dress the soldiers wounds. Linen was even recorded in biblical history as being used to wrap the body of Yeshua and worn as garments by Israeli temple priest.
In a 2003 study by Heidi Yellen, it was concluded, linen and wool have some of the highest frequencies of 5000 mHz. Her study reported, every fabric gives off a frequency and fabrics with frequency lower than 100 compromise our wellbeing. The high frequency of linen can explain why it has such wonderful anti-static properties, meaning it can release static electricity quickly, making it an awesome barrier from free radicals. This is also great news due to the electromagnetic activity in our environments. A recent study suggests long term exposure can be harmful to our health.
According to Bruce Tainio’s scientific research, the human body had “a frequency of 62-78 MHz, and diseases start when the frequency drops to 58 MHz”. Due to the high frequency of linen, it gives the body energy, and the higher the energy of your body, the less likely disease will be able to survive. Dr. Philip Callahan, a noted physician and researcher, found when the pure flax cloth was put over a wound or local pain, it greatly accelerated the healing process.” In another study Dr. Callahan states that this material was worn by the Jewish High Priest, which it “enhanced his immune system in order that he could safely examine lepers like those sent to him by Christ.” With all of these wonderful benefits of linen no wonder it’s such a loved fabric to work with and wear. In addition to it’s wonderful healing properties, Linen is also a very eco-friendly material. Growing Flax, the plant linen comes from, requires a low use of water, pesticides, and fertilizers. It’s also biodegradable, and lasts longer than most materials, like decades, helping to reduce its environmental footprint.
Additionally, essential oils have a frequency that starts at 52 MHz and go as high as 320 MHz, according to a scientific study by Bruce Taino, rose oil was discovered to have a frequency of 320 MHz. Placing and putting high frequency ingredients in and on our bodies helps us maintain or increase our frequency (energy) levels ensuring we stay healthy.
Nikola Tesla stated, “If you could eliminate certain outside frequencies that interfered with our bodies, we could have greater resistance toward disease.” Now we finally know why.
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