The  PureWave VEMI $40,000

An Amazing "Body...Mind...Spirit" Connection!!

There are absolutely no other devices on the market that even compares to the VEMI!

 VEMI STANDS FOR:

Vibroacoustic, Electro Magnetic & Infrared therapies (VEMI)

and provide grounding & EMF Radiation clearing.

A multi-targeting clinic device that combines essential all-in-one therapies,

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Experiencing Frequency Energy

Imagine...having the ability to transcend both space and time, to rapidly ascertain the nexus of your body, mind and soul. This extraordinarily convulted intersection has only been previously achieved by Yogis practicing Vedic sciences over the course of years, because of their dedication to a lifetime of study. Through major discoveries in the fields of science and technology, our group has developed a reproducible method to quickly transport any individual to this critical juncture within themselves. Following the journey, participants describe the experience with astounding detail – taking our breath away, leaving us all speechless!

The Vectored ElectroMagnetic Induction (VEMI) Healthcare Support System is far more stimulating than any massage or sensation you’ve ever experienced. The reasons for these exclusive advantageous sensations are rooted both in scientific principle and device engineering. The unique construction of the VEMI provides a dynamic platform aligning ergonomic body positions during sessions. Simultaneously, the multi-modal mechanisms of action result in temperature, cellular and hemodynamic reactions with corresponding visceral sensations. The VEMI combines auditory stimulation, heat, proprioception (body position sense), and vibratory touch sense with vectored electromagnetic induction; resulting in a global sense of well-being, deep relaxation, positivity and youthful rejuvenation!

Understanding Electromagnetic Fields (EMF):

Because of our devices, EMF surround all of us every day. The future will undoubtedly see a considerable increase in exposure to electromagnetic waves as a result of rapidly expanding technologies with digital capabilities including 5G wireless services. With cumulative or additive exposures, the potentially deleterious effects in both the short and long-term may become consequential depending on individual exposure and a timeline of attributable risk (1,2). Low frequency electromagnetic fields are capable of biologically influencing cellular behaviors along with several known physiological mechanisms (1,2). This is because all the cells in our body contain and behave as charged particles with polar alignments. There are several disturbances that our cells experience which prevent proper polar alignment resulting in cellular miscommunication, disruption and inconsistent function. However when these cells are able to uniformly align, attached cells working collaboratively or independently are simultaneously directed (instead of individually), promoting polar alignment, organization, proper spacing, and reduced friction, optimizing functional capacity.

The Historical EMF Human Relationship:

First reported by Soviet researchers the in 1950’s, sensitivity to electromagnetic fields has been well-documented in humans over the course of the previous seven decades (2). Symptoms from more severe exposures may result in debilitating central nervous system manifestations including headache, fatigue, stress, sleep disturbance, irritability and several of the other common daily complaints that individuals suffer (2). Furthermore but even more concerning: “brain fog,” memory disturbances, emotional lability and anxiety may also result from chronic long-term cumulative exposures to EMF, magnetic or radio frequencies even in extremely low intensities (2,3).

In higher intensities, documented associated symptoms have previously included: chest pain (angina pectoris), palpitations, muscle aches, shortness of breath, decreased appetite, nausea and skin changes (2,3). In fact, the World Health Organization named “Idiopathic environmental intolerance to electromagnetic fields” as a clinical syndrome at a 2004 workshop in Prague; while in Sweden, “Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity” (EHS) was officially recognized as a functional impairment in 2006 (4).

Defining Exposure to EMF:

Previous descriptions of EMF exposures have been estimated between 10 and 15 times higher than the earth’s natural magnetic field (5). However, if considering estimations at the 1 GHz frequency band level, exposures have risen by a factor of one quintillion (variable expressions of this number include: 10 to the power of 18 or 1.0 x 10e18 or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 times increase) recent years due to the prevalence and widespread use of devices with cellular capabilities.6 Cellular devices including cellular phones has been implicated as a major driver in the dissipation of EMF exposure with 2010 estimates approaching 2 billion global cell phone users (7). Current 2020 estimates have determined global cell phone usage to approach a staggering 3.5 billion users, a 9.3% increase from 2019 – representing almost 45% of the global population (8). Furthermore, the advent of 5G technologies may also propagate EMF production and dissipation from the frequency range of 1– 80 GHz.

The most common complaint of people EMF related cell phone exposure is headache, as demonstrated in a publication revealing an increased prevalence of headaches and earaches (63.6%) in cell phone users speaking greater than 3 hours per day compared to 20% in those speaking for less than 15 minutes per day (9). Other examples of electromagnetic field generating devices include: antennas, base stations (2G, 3G, 4G, 5G technologies), telecommunication systems / towers, microwave radio lines, Bluetooth signaling devices, standard digital enhanced cordless telephones, laptops, tablets, e-readers, wireless internet networks (WiFi), wireless local area networks (LAN), video display units, radio, television, wireless video game consoles and a variety of meters and gauges used to determine utility usage!(6-9). Based on these devices, widespread usage, human population growth and consumption and other relevant factors, it is certainly plausible that there would be certain individuals who are predisposed to developing symptomatology associated with variable EMF exposures as previously described.

The Mechanism of Action of VEMI:

Previous descriptions of EMF exposures have been estimated between 10 and 15 times higher than the earth’s natural magnetic field (5). However, if considering estimations at the 1 GHz frequency band level, exposures have risen by a factor of one quintillion (variable expressions of this number include: 10 to the power of 18 or 1.0 x 10e18 or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 times increase) recent years due to the prevalence and widespread use of devices with cellular capabilities.6 Cellular devices including cellular phones has been implicated as a major driver in the dissipation of EMF exposure with 2010 estimates approaching 2 billion global cell phone users (7). Current 2020 estimates have determined global cell phone usage to approach a staggering 3.5 billion users, a 9.3% increase from 2019 – representing almost 45% of the global population (8). Furthermore, the advent of 5G technologies may also propagate EMF production and dissipation from the frequency range of 1– 80 GHz.

The most common complaint of people EMF related cell phone exposure is headache, as demonstrated in a publication revealing an increased prevalence of headaches and earaches (63.6%) in cell phone users speaking greater than 3 hours per day compared to 20% in those speaking for less than 15 minutes per day (9). Other examples of electromagnetic field generating devices include: antennas, base stations (2G, 3G, 4G, 5G technologies), telecommunication systems / towers, microwave radio lines, Bluetooth signaling devices, standard digital enhanced cordless telephones, laptops, tablets, e-readers, wireless internet networks (WiFi), wireless local area networks (LAN), video display units, radio, television, wireless video game consoles and a variety of meters and gauges used to determine utility usage!(6-9). Based on these devices, widespread usage, human population growth and consumption and other relevant factors, it is certainly plausible that there would be certain individuals who are predisposed to developing symptomatology associated with variable EMF exposures as previously described.

Putting it All Together...

There are literally dozens of potentially hazardous environmental phenomena that people experience everyday without ever considering or understanding. Sometimes these factors can adversely affect human health through the mechanisms previously detailed, resulting in constellations of symptoms that may be suboptimally evaluated during standardized allopathic clinical evaluations. The VEMI device provides an opportunity to escape the realities of harsh environmental exposures to various electromagnetic phenomena while promoting cellular realignment, appropriate spacing and millivolt charge; resulting in communicative and harmonious function. The restorative effects will leave you feeling like a new person that has experienced a cellular replenishment of vital nutrients with a complete realignment of electrostatic charge...Maybe that is why it is so difficult to explain exactly how extraordinary it feels!

References:

1. World Health Organization: What are electromagnetic fields? Accessed: 10.30.2020 - https://www.who.int/peh- emf/about/WhatisEMF/en/index1.html

2. Stein Y., Udasin IG. Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS, microwave syndrome) - Review of mechanisms. Environ Res. 2020 Jul;186:109445. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2020.109445.

3. Pollack H., Healer J. Review of Information on Hazards to Personnel from High-Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation. Internal Note N-451. Institute for Defense Analysis, Research and Engineering Support Division, Arlington, VA IDA/HQ 67-6211, series B.

4. Johansson O. Electrohypersensitivity: state-of-the-art of a functional impairment. Electromagn. Biol. Med. 2006. 25, 245-258.

5. Roosli M. Radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure and non-specific symptoms of ill health: a systematic review. 2008. Environ. Res. 107, 277-287.

6 .Bandara, P., Carpenter, D.O. Planetary electromagnetic pollution: it is time to assess its impact. Lancet. Planet. Health 2018. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542- 5196(18)30221-3.

7. Soffritti, M. Preface to. In: In: Giuliani, L., Soffritti, M. (Eds.), Non-thermal Effects and Mechanisms of Interaction between Electromagnetic Fields and Living Matter, vol. 5. Ramazzini institute, Bologna (IT), pp. 63–113. 2010. European Journal of Oncology – Library. http://www.icems.eu/papers.htm?f=/c/a/2009/12/15/MNHJ1B49KH.DTL.

8. https://www.oberlo.com/statistics/how-many-people-have- smartphones#:~:text=Latest%20figures%20show%20an%20increasing,rate%20is%20at%2045.4%20percent.

9. Szyjkowska A., Gadzicka E., Szymczak W., et al. The risk of subjective symptoms in mobile phone users in Poland- an epidemiological study. Int. J. Occup. Med. Environ. Health. 2014. 27 (2), 293-303.

10.Zhou H., Liu B., Wang., et al. Pulse electromagnetic fields enhance extracellular electron transfer in magnetic bioelectrochemical systems. Biotechnol Biofuels. 2017; 10:238. doi: 10.1186/s13068-017-0