Plentiful energy, deep sleep, a sense of peace, clarity of thought and lack of reactivity. You may still experience these on holidays in the mountains or near a quiet beach, but they’re increasingly absent in modern society.
Magnetic stimulation technology gives us a way to immerse ourselves in the same kind of energy and frequencies that we used to get from direct contact with the Earth, but at levels not seen for centuries.
Static magnets, used in bracelets and bed pads, have been used in healing for thousands of years. Many people with arthritis say they still have value. But they can’t compete with the fluctuating fields used in the best PEMF devices.
One of the leading independent researchers in the field of environmental pollution, especially EMF fields, is Dr. Magda Havas, Associate Professor of Environmental and Resource Studies at Trent University in Canada.
She teaches one of the few undergraduate courses in North America examining the effects of non-ionizing radiation, and is scientific advisor to a number of non-profit organisations. This is what she had to say after experimenting with one of one of our earlier systems (the MRS 2000):
“One of the claims made by those who sell the MRS 2000 or iMRS (Intelligent Magnetic Resonance Stimulation) system is that this technology helps blood circulation by keeping blood cells from sticking together. I wanted to know if this claim was true, so I tested myself.
I did a live blood analysis after I worked on a computer. Then tested my blood after using the MRS 2000 mat for 8 minutes on a sensitive setting (low intensity) and found — to my surprise — that my blood cells looked much healthier. They were no longer sticking together.
I repeated this several times and found virtually identical results. This was encouraging. One night I bashed my shin against some furniture and knew that in the morning I would have a large bruise. The skin was cut but not bleeding. I used the MRS 2000 probe set at high for 8 minutes and went to bed. The next morning there was no bruise, no swelling, and no pain, just the remnants of the cut.”