Influence of Faradarmani Consciousness Field on Bacterial Population Growth

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Mohammad Ali Taheri
Gholamreza Zarrini
Sara Torabi
Noushin Nabavi
Mehrnoush Taherkhani
Farid Semsarha


Faradarmani; Taheri Consciousness Fields; laboratory bacteria; nosocomial bacteria; population decline; survival assay


The treatment of bacterial infections and the rising challenges of antibiotics resistance are global concerns and the primary topics in basic science and clinical microbiology. In the present study, the effects of treatment of selected populations of bacteria using an immaterial and non-energetic method called Faradarmani Consciousness Field (FCF) treatment are investigated. Population growth was assessed by turbidimetry, colony counting, and tetrazolium chloride reduction assays in non-treated control and Faradarmani- treated groups. Our results suggest the effect of the Faradarmani CF on reducing various types of bacterial strain growth rates (up to 46%). In addition, along with a decrease in the bacterial population, evidence of increased survival can be seen in the larger healthy population (up to about 60%). In this experiment, we confirm the effects of the Faradarmani CF on the bacterial growth population and their survival. These results suggest Faradarmani CF as a qualitative treatment, and this evidence paves the way for further investigation on TCFs. This study also warrants additional research.

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