The xZubi Disc

The xZubi Disc

xZubi DiscYour child’s brain is highly susceptible to damaging man-made radiation from his cell phone. He’s also getting exposure from the laptop, PC, TV, and microwave.

Your brain is vulnerable, too. But your child’s brain is developing, and highly sensitive, and hard-headed as she may sometimes seem to you, her skull isn’t as thick and protective as an adult’s! Cell phone waves are documented to pass over 85% of the way through the brain of a 5-year old, and they damage human DNA.

The World Health Organization (WHO) spent $30 million to discover a growing trend in brain cancer related to cell phone use. Other cancers, autism, and other health problems are linked by many studies to the radiation exposure from cell phones as well.

This has troubled me for a long time, and I’ve investigated options. Look at any of my YouTube videos up until now: for 6 years I wore a $130 crystal pendant (until the lanyard broke down a few weeks ago) to protect me from EMF (electromagnetic radiation).

(Unfortunately, I can’t get my 16-year old son to wear a necklace!)

I’ve discovered a technology that protects you and the children you care about. It’s much easier to use, very inexpensive, and neutralizes 100% of the effects of harmful radiation from items we use every day that emit EMF. All you have to do is stick the neutralizer anywhere on the back (or battery) of your cell phone. It is a hologram made of three micro-thin layers of rare-earth, para-magnetic materials that absorb and neutralize man-made electro-magnetic radiation.

The developers went through the highly rigorous process of obtaining a U.S. scientific patent. This involved 28 separate tests, including one exposing human DNA in a petri dish to a cell phone with, and then without, the technology. The proof is in the fact that this test resulted in those human cells 100% protected from the harmful effects of chaotic radiation.

To put it in very simplistic terms, it doesn’t block all the radiation, or you wouldn’t get cell phone reception! It blocks 100% of the negative effects of the radiation.

In my old video, you saw me and my good friend Jake being muscle tested with and without the xZubi Disc technology. You could see how much of your energy is being drained away by having a cell phone within a few feet of you. Here’s my new video:

See xZubi FAQ for frequently asked questions about the xZubi Disc.

Please make sure you put a xZubi Disc on your microwave (which emits radiation into your kitchen as it cooks), TV screens, PC and laptop screens, baby monitors, and home phone handsets.

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  1. Hello, I am super excited about my sticker. I am nervous about putting it permanently on my cell phone as I am hoping to resell it and a permanent sticker might affect the resale value. Is it possible to get the same effects by placing the sticker inside the cell phone case? Thank you so much in advance! ~Christa

    1. Hi! Feel free to put the xZubi disc on the outside of your phone cover. But just an FYI, it is removable should you wish to place it directly on the back of the phone to have closer contact with the battery – you can remove the disc when you sell the phone if you wish, but it actually may be a nice extra touch to provide that protection for the next buyer? Your choice completely. Enjoy your xZubi!

    1. Hi Bobbie – I have no idea where people can get Xubi’s for a better price than what we offer at a great discount for $59.95. It’s certainly not happening on our website. Where are they purchasing from?

  2. Do I place the xzubi disc on my cell phone before I put my phone in a case/cover or will the case interfer with the ability for the xzubi to work? If so, do I place the disc on the case of the cell phone instead of the phone?

    1. I have the same question about using a cell phone case (in our case an otterbox) – does the disc go on the outside of the phone or the outside of the case?

  3. Thanks so much for getting back to me, Robyn. I’ve sent an email to Nikki.
    I enjoy listening to your videos. I heard you speak in Waterloo, Ontario a few years ago and am a fan.

  4. Hello,

    It’s 2 years later and the xZubi people still haven’t given you the video they promised? I’m wondering why you didn’t show measurements with a Gauss meter in your video. I’m grateful that one commenter mentioned something about it, but I’d love a little more “visual” proof than that. While I don’t disbelieve in muscle testing, I’d put a lot more stock in readings on an EMF measurement device.

  5. Hi Robyn,

    I’m also in the UK and looking for the xZubi neutraliser. If anyone reading this is a retailer and may be able to import some, you would have at least myself and Michele interested in buying some!


  6. Robyn,

    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 emmitted during a call using her cell phone (without the xZubi sticker) and then using my cell phone (with the sticker). 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 is neutralizing EMFs.


  7. Could you tell me where to put my xZubi on my Desktop ? And also on those Wee or WI FI games that the kids use in their hands like they are playing the game on the TV? I am not sure where radiation is coming out exactly….

    Thank You Robyn!

  8. Where do you put the xZubi on your laptop? On the battery? Inside the computer? Anywhere outside? Or, do you have to put it on the actual screen itself?

  9. Hey Robyn,

    That was great! Loved seeing the muscle testing as further validation. I’m definitely getting some. (I also used Q-Link for awhile.)

    One suggestion (I know, a little late, maybe useful for future): You had a founder of xZubi and (at least in the video) he seemed a little like an undergraduate lab assistant who hadn’t yet earned a right to speak. It would’ve been wonderful if you’d had a few words with him – would give us a better feel for who’s behind the product, and surely he would have something interesting to say about the product.

    Still, very much appreciate the video, and I’m quite amazed that you got a founder to appear at all. And thanks also for getting the discounts!

    1. David, yeah, haha, I get that. Thing is, they were going to provide me a video they said they were making, to cover those bases. So that THAT video I made didn’t run over the 10-min. YouTube limit. Something went wrong and they still haven’t completed it. Thanks for the feedback. 🙂

  10. I am not a scientist-but I believe in the scientific method. I don’t have a vested interest in the wireless industry, but I don’t want to spend money on a quack gimmick. I tried to obtain convincing evidence of this product’s legitimate testing and trial information. From what I have been able to find, (not much) – I am not convinced. My instincts tell me if the evicience was so convincing, it wouldn’t be so clouded. I received one of these as a gift and the packaging is beautiful, the “hologram” is really cool, the timely marketing is pure genius. This is either one of the most genius scams ever cooked up, or those who don’t use one are in for a world of hurt. I, for one, just can’t buy in so quickly to dropping 20 bucks on a really neat star-trek sticker for my phone. That’s just fine with me if any one else wants to do it, just don’t go pretending to be so knowledgable about something if you dont have some quality data to back it up…..

    1. Hey Lance. I didn’t pretend to be “so knowledgeable,” but I think it’s worth $15, myself. I did my homework, read the patent, did what research I could without getting a PhD in it. The awesome thing about the free market system is that you don’t HAVE to spend the $15. I think the data backing it up is “quality.” You’re welcome to disagree.

  11. I didn’t see anywhere on your website to purchase the xZubi Neutralizer if you’re not a co-op. I’d like to purchase of 4-5 of them…any info you can offer would be great! Thanks!

  12. I saw these (or another version of these) on some other website a while back and wondered about them. Then somewhere I read that they are not helpful. But you have clearly shown here with the muscle testing that there is a difference. I have been trying to tell my husband about radiation and that it is harmful but he has yet to believe. Perhaps I will show him this and then he will understand! Also, helpful for people out there is that is a site you can go to and find safe products…including the lowest radiating cell phones out there. I enjoy their site immensely!

  13. I’m excited to try this. Does it last indefinitely? Is it reusable? For instance, if I change cell phones, can I peel it off and stick it on a different one?

  14. Robyn,

    Thanks for the info! I sent it to everyone to try and get a group buy. I wouldn’t get rid of your pendant, though. You still need protection when you leave the house from all the cell phone towers. I just ordered one from Amega, and it’s coming Wednesday. More pricey than yours, though, but more ‘heavy duty’ – not on a lance that’ll break! (

  15. Thanks so much, Robin for mentioning this! I am a co-op leader here in AZ and will be organizing an order for this for our group. My hubby and I just tested your experiment ourselves (sticking out hand with and w/o cell phone) and couldn’t believe the results. We’ve been researching the negative effects of cell phone for several years and are really excited about this product!

    Thanks so much!

  16. Wow, that’s incredible! Electronic devices also sap the magnetic energy out of us. I wonder if an xZubi Neutralizer would stop that as well, so I wouldn’t have to play with magnets all the time.

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