Science is showing how man-made radiation, or EMF pollution, from cell phones affect your brain, your cells, and more.
You’re also getting harmful EMF exposure from laptops, tablets, TVs, microwave ovens, and every emitting electronic device in your “energy field.”
The EMF damage from cell phones and other devices has troubled me for a long time.
My most exciting, and inexpensive, discovery is a technology that can protect you, your children, family, and friends.
It’s called the xZubi.
A small hologram sticker made of micro-thin layers of paramagnetic materials that absorbs and neutralizes man-made electromagnetic radiation.
All you do is stick the xZubi anywhere on the back of your cell phone or any electrical device that you come into contact with daily.
The developers of the xZubi went through the rigorous process of obtaining a U.S. scientific patent.
The process involved 28 separate tests, including one exposing human DNA in a petri dish to a cell phone with and then without the xZubi.
Here’s the proof: 100% of the human cells in the test were protected from the harmful effects of chaotic radiation.
Other tests show that the xZubi protects adult and child brains from stress.
I bought an xZubi for each device my children use.
And check this out:
When I tested Jake, a 320-pound bodybuilder, with and without the xZubi, it became clear how having a cell phone within his energy field was dramatically weakening him.
Without the xZubi, I could easily push his arm down. And with the xZubi, I couldn’t move his arm at all!
Here’s a muscle testing video for you to see what I’m talking about:
You’ll get a how-to guide after you buy your xZubis.
I make a practice of giving one to any young person I know. I put it on their phone myself and explain to their parents what it does.
I keep a five-pack of them in my purse, to share.
One of our readers used the xZubi for his school science experiment.
He bought two identical houseplants. Next to one, he put an active cell phone. Next to the other, he put the exact same type of cell phone, with the xZubi device on the back of it.
The plant next to the unprotected cell phone died. But the plant next to the xZubi-protected cell phone thrived!
We repeated our reader’s houseplant experiment with the same results.