Topical In Vivo Liquid Catalase on Scalp and Migraine Headache Cessation in an Adolescent: A Biophysics Based Hypothesis

Abraham A. Embi

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Objective: The purpose of this manuscript is to introduce findings that when liquid topical catalase, which is an emitter of electromagnetic fields, was applied to selective scalp painful areas during migraine headaches the pain crisis subsided. A Biophysics based hypothesis is stated as the proposed factor for pain relief. 

Background: The etiology of migraine headaches is unknown. The onset of a migraine episode varies; but usually starts in selective areas of the scalp with a localized painful condition. The human hair have been found to act as conduits for electromagnetic fields  and documented to exit its energy in the direction of the shaft’s cut ends and follicles. The ubiquitous enzyme catalase was also found to be a solo emitter of EMFs and to disrupt the intrinsic electromagnetic fields of both the hair shaft and follicle. These fields have been documented to penetrate glass barriers. Applied magnetism in the form of low-level EMFs has been found to alter nerve conduction.

Materials and Methodology: An 11 y/o white male adolescent suffering from chronic migraine headaches was exposed (during 3 sequential painful episodes) to topical liquid CAT. The solution was applied to selective areas of the scalp. One gram of CAT (20000 Units/Gram) in powder form was diluted in 5 ml of water. Two to three milliliters of the solution were warmed to body temperature (37oC) and then gently rubbed by fingertips to painful areas during migraine episodes.

Results: The ubiquitous enzyme catalase when in solution and applied to the scalp of a male adolescent migraineur during separate migraine (> one week apart) episodes (n=3) improved painful headache symptoms each time.

Conclusion: The ubiquitous enzyme catalase when in liquid form and applied to selective areas of the scalp, induces migraine headaches relief. A Biophysical mechanism is hypothesized. Journal of Nature and Science (JNSCI), 3(3):e330, 2017



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