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Posted by jam338 (Member # 14002) on :
Have heard that cell phone signals can be bad for lyme bodies. Brain cancer risks for all (?) My husband has suspected brain chemistry imbalances....though not yet diagnosed with lyme....was Igenex negative but several clincal symptoms.

Do these cell phone EMF chips really work??? Where does one find them to purchase.....Can they be imperceptibly installed??? Worry about hubby and cell phones but he thinks my worries about EMF are hypchodriac like.

Would appreciate any comments/information that clarifies whether I should be worried, data to presnt to him, and options on how to resolve. \\

Thanks for any help!!!!
Posted by laceyj (Member # 13862) on :
I think they help. Maybe you can have someone muscle test if it works. I had to put 3 chips on my cell phone. I am not sure what brand it is.
Posted by tick battler (Member # 21113) on :
Thanks for posting. I think this is real. I have recently started looking into it. As we see with lyme, the medical community is at least 50 years behind alternative medicine.

I have purchased a Zeropa electromagnitic field absorber, but would love comments on other brands. I am also trying to figure out if the bluetooth is a problem, and if I need chips for that as well. I saw there is a corded air tube headset that claims to be EMF free. Need to find the link to that.

laceyj - how did you know you needed 3? From muslce testing? What brand do you use?


Posted by MichaelTampa (Member # 24868) on :
I have used the Gia Life products (home harmonizer and chips) and they have been good for me. Gia Life was formerly called BioPro, I believe. I have not used their cell phone chips, but this brand uses similar technology for all of their products. Different brands use different technology, so you would want to evaluate each brand separately. But, they CAN be useful.
Posted by Keebler (Member # 12673) on :
EMF chips or not - cells phones can damage our EARS. The microphone/speakers can promote "acoustic shock" even at seemingly low decibel levels - and tinnitus is also a frequent result.

So, it's just good to be very limited with cell phone use.




. . . "Acoustic shock is not the same as noise-induced hearing loss and is believed to occur at sound pressure levels below those which present an immediate risk to hearing damage. . . .


In-the-ear pods for music or phone can also damage hearing.
Posted by dogmom2 (Member # 23822) on :
Can the emf chips also help with that high-pitched noise coming from my computer and my sleep-sound machine?

Ever since I tried a computer based rife once I can hear high frequency noises I could never hear before.
Posted by Hoosiers51 (Member # 15759) on :
I would not use Bluetooth. From what I hear, that gives off a lot of EMF's. I'm not sure what the way to protect yourself from Bluetooth would be, besides not using it.

Earpieces are fine, and are recommended. I just get around the issue of whether or not the EMF chips work, by always using my earpiece.

I am just not willing to risk it with the chips. I do believe holding a cell phone to your body can be dangerous, or at the minimum, can cause symptoms, depending on the person.

Supposedly, babies and children are more sensitive, so I would not let a baby or child use a cell phone without an earpiece to separate the phone from the body.
Posted by Hoosiers51 (Member # 15759) on :

I doubt the EMF chips would help that, but that is just me. Can you turn them off when they are bothering you? Or just keep the computer in an area that's away from you, if your house is moderately big? Like keep the computer in a guest room or basement.
Posted by kidsgotlyme (Member # 23691) on :

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