Fault rocks are breaks that can arise from movements in the ground.
Earth and rock layers are moved from their original position by fault rocks, which in turn moves minerals and metals. This movement causes several atom and molecular structures to press against each other on the fracture line, which, in combination with water as a link, creates galvanic tension and radiation. Unlike faults with surface radiation, a break is geographically limited.
Breaks in geobiology and in practice
Fault rocks are among the least common natural fault zones in residential areas. The galvanic radiation of a break is shielded or deflected by technical interference from oscillating circuits in GEOVITAL radiation protection mats. It is worth noting that the effect of the mats is geographically limited.
The typical symptoms of breaks are: bones, joints, motor system, increased wear and tear, back pains, rheumatism, depression, etc.
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