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Digital Homeopathic Sound Remedies you DON’T Hear?!?

Sounds are delivered through devices every day for treatment, imaging and diagnostic purposes.  An Ultrasound Scan uses high frequency sound waves to create images of the inside of the body.  Pregnant women frequently get an ultrasound to check on the baby in the womb.  Therapeutic Ultrasound, frequently used by physical therapists, is a method of stimulating the tissue beneath the skin's surface using very high frequency sound waves.  This may be used for treatment of sprains, strains, inflammation and adhesions from scars.  Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test that uses magnetic fields and pulses of radio waves to make pictures of organs and structures in the body.  Most of the time the sound frequencies used are not audible.

I have found that Digital Homeopathic Sound Remedies can be delivered through a number of different means in order to achieve results.  Here are a few examples:

  • The Homeopathic Imprinter is a small, portable device used to imprint water, cream, gel, food or other items with digital signatures.  
  • A Silent Broadcasting Unit (SBU), affectionately referred to as the “Nubby”, is a small electronic passive device that connects to an audio source, and can be driven with headphone level audio signals.   It attaches to the 3.5mm audio jack (headset) input of an audio player, computer or other media source.  The sound of the remedies will not be heard by the naked ear, but the energetic signals will broadcast and be received by the body. 
  • Earlobe Clips & Steel Mesh Topical Pads  are also options to deliver Digital Homeopathic Sound Remedies into the body.Many other options exist and at the time of editing this post, several manufacturers are inquiring about using Digital Homeopathy with their device. 

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In love and light,   Sandra

 

 

 

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