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Handbook for Applications of Plasma
Page 1: How to Prepare Liquid Plasma from GaNS
Page 2: How to make a Plasma Patch
Page 3: Pain Relief and Muscular Injuries
Page 4: Fractures, Bone Density and Emotional Clearing
Page 5: Plasmatic First Aid
Page 6: Dental Health
Making a Patch with Liquid Plasma
Once you have prepared you liquid plasma you simply put
a thick paper towel or two in a zip-lock bag. The size of bag
can be determined by the area you want to apply it on.
The towel should be thoroughly dampened but not dripping.
Seal the zip-lock and place on area of pain or injury. In this manner
a patch can be re-used as often as necessary. We suggest using it
while you sleep or wrapping on body as necessary.
A patch will usually retain the energy charge for 2 to 3 days.
A wet compress can also be used directly on skin but that isn’t
Plasma is a completely
safe and effective way
to bring the body back
Continue to use as long as
If there is severe injury or
persistent pain layering the
patches and adding a third
patch of CuO (Copper Oxide
GaNS) will increase the activity
of the ﬁeld.
Allow yourself to experiment with
how often and how many layers
you use, there are no set rules
and no risk of doing harm.
Plasmatic First Aid