One of the benefits of matching molecular structures as electromagnetic fields is replicating biological systems in terms of their weak field. The match can be made by hand or, in the case of the White Rhinoceros horn, via a audio recording of the White Rhino. I talk more about this process here and here.
I know this because of a particular pattern recognition ability I have with weak electromagnetic fields. It is a similar process to that of developing the skill of human echolocation but in this case it is the skill of interpreting weak electromagnetic fields and their physiological effect on the body and most likely other biological life.
The White Rhinoceros is on the verge of extinction due mainly to poaching. Its horn is valued for its supposed healing benefits. You can read more about this at the Nature site. The good news is that we can replicate the weak field of the White Rhinoceros horn that will have the same physiological effect on the body as the actual horn itself. This is good news indeed!
One can then replicate the healing field by tuning material such as a silicone wristband or playing the designer audio mp3 using a Mobius coil plugged into the earphone jack of your mp3 player. You can read more about how to tune material using my designer mp3 audio files here.
It is the designer electromagnetic field from the electrical coil in your audio speaker that is doing the tuning.
You can also tune glass beads, plastic and anodized aluminum in the same way. Play the White-Rhinoceros horn mp3 at a moderately loud setting for 15-20 minutes.
There is no need to kill these animals for their body parts when a more sane and extremely inexpensive process for replicating the healing attributes is readily available.
Please spread the word.
Weak field replication of the White Rhinoceros Horn as a mp3 audio file