The calcium molecules loosen up
Small magnets with a North and South Pole
Calcium molecules are like small magnets with a North and South Pole (paramagnetic). When placed inside a pulsating electromagnetic field, the North Pole of the electro-magnet attracts the South Pole (and rejects the North Pole of the calcium molecule). At the same time the South Pole of the electro-magnet attracts the North Pole (and it rejects the South Pole of the calcium molecule). When the power to the electro-magnet is turned off, the molecule tries to reorient itself with Earth’s magnetic North-South Poles creating a pushing and pulling force that induces a rocking back and forth movement on the molecule.