does my device REALLY neutralize harmful radioactive EMFs on my cell phone?
Before I post my thoughts about the antibiotic issue, I will give more people an opportunity to give an opinion. (My readers are smart, thoughtful, and experienced, so it’s fun to listen rather than talk sometimes!)
I got this comment on the blog today about a product I have on all my kids’ cell phones (and mine), my PC monitors, the TV screen, and the microwave, that I researched and then tested, myself, that neutralizes radioactive EMFs harmful to our brain. It’s called the xZubi Disc:
I just wanted to let you and others know that I showed the xZubi product to the naturopath doctor that I go to. She was very skeptical about it since there are many gimmicks out there that don’t work. However, to verify that it works, she used a device that measures EMF.
First she measured the EMFs emitted during a call using her cell phone (without the xZubi Disc) and then using my cell phone (with the xZubi Disc). The meter went off during the call using her her phone, but when we made a call using my phone the meter read 0. Based on our basic test, it appears that the xZubi Disc is neutralizing EMFs.