Edited interview with the head physician of the South Moravian speleotherapy sanatorium MUDr. Pavel Slavík about his treatment of children in the Imperial Cave in South Moravia. Why are children treated here, what are the results and what are the values of negative ions in the cave?
Scientist Ing. Zdeňek Buřival, CSc, who studies the area of negative ions a major part of his life, discusses with his colleague and the head physician of the South Moravian speleotherapy sanatorium for children about the basic characteristics of negative ions. Where do we find the highest concentration of negative ions, what should be their values in our environment, and what are their effects on human health?
The Sun pyramid in Bosnia is the largest pyramid in the world. According to the radiocarbon data the age of the pyramid is 29 thousand years. Scientists located "ion clinics" with values of 43 thousand negative ions per cm3. The ion footage starts from 23rd minute.
University theses of a student of the Czech Technical University in Brno, which analyzes the subject of negative ions in our environment:
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1991 was awarded jointly to Erwin Neher and Bert Sakmann "for their discoveries concerning the function of single ion channels in cells":