Effect of Conscious Biofield Energy on Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

Pyridoxine hydrochloride is a hydrochloride salt form of pyridoxine, a water soluble B6 vitamin. It is widely used in the medical industry to treat B6 vitamin deficiency. As noted by multiple medical journals, vitamin B6 deficiency can cause an array of diseases, for example, sideroblastic anemia, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, metabolic disorders, pulmonary tuberculosis, hyperhomocysteinemia, cancer, anxiety, and asthma. Thus, pyridoxine hydrochloride is used to in nutraceuticals and pharmaceutical formulations. However, the biggest problem that scientists continually run into is the low absorptivity of the above drug in the body. There are multiple reasons that can be attributed to its low solubility in the bloodstream for instance, its thermal stability and bigger size of the crystallite structure.

Recently there have been groundbreaking advances in the biofield energy treatment. One such research study was conducted to understand the impact of The Trivedi Effect biofield energy treatment on pyridoxine hydrochloride. In the experiment, the samples were divided into two categories control and treated. Where the treated sample was given consciousness energy by Alice, of the three Masters at The Trivedi Effect. It was found by the PXRD analysis that the treated sample exhibited decreased relative intensities and crystallite structure by 44% and 28% respectively as compared to the control sample. The overall crystallite size of the treated sample decreased by 5.55% with a significant decrease in the mass-volume diameter by 13.87%. However the specific surface area increased by 13.67% meaning higher absorptivity in the blood barrier. The DSC analysis showed a decrease in melting point by 0.20% while the latent heat of fusion was reduced by 24.52%. Overall the thermal stability of pyridoxine hydrochloride was declined in the treated sample. The data clearly shows that Alice Branton’s treated pyridoxine hydrochloride exhibits higher bioavailability as compared to the control sample.


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