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Which EMF Products Work and Which Don't?

Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 3 years ago • updated by Lydia 1 month ago 3
We are so often asked "what works and what doesn't?" There are products out there such as pendants, crystals, harmonizers, magnets, chips, diodes, neutralizers, resonators, scalar technology, and other things that are supposed to "neutralize" the negative effects of EMF. Do these really work? Do we recommend or endorse any of them?

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Is it measurable? Can I measure what this device is doing? Does it measurably affect fields or emissions put out by other devices? Does it reduce anything?
  2. Is there real (quality) science behind it? (eg. independent studies - not done by a paid company/consultants/lab; published in respected peer-reviewed publications; double-blind human studies OR studies done on animals; repeatable/repeated)

Examples of Highly Questionable "Protection" Products

An example of these products are things like Earth Calm or (Earthcalm). We have not seen any measurements that show Earthcalm does anything. We haven't seen any measurements that show it produces or puts anything out, or that it counteracts anything that is put out by other devices. We also have not seen any real science behind it. If you have - you are welcome to post it as a reply to this topic. Here is one video that opens up an Earthcalm device (we are not affiliated with the video or video maker):



Other examples are Q-Link or QLink, TotalShield or Total Shield or Total EMF Shield, Aulterra, BioPro, Orgone, Orgonite, Safe Space, and many others. In fact, there are so many things like this out there we cannot name them all. So please carefully apply the above questions when looking at EMF protection.

Sham EMF Products that Plug-In

What's also interesting, is some of these companies now make a plug-in device that goes into outlets. No doubt they are taking advantage of the success of the Stetzerizer Filters - which actually measurably reduce high frequencies on the lines - and hope that people will think their product is somehow comparable. But they are not. They are not a filter - like in the video above they appear to be a complete scam.

Real EMF Protection - Measurable Improvement

At ElectraHealth.com - our goal is to measurably reduce EMF exposure. We have had customers that say products like the ones listed above have helped. We have also had customers that say products like Earthcalm or TotalShield made them feel worse, that it definitely did "something" but they didn't like it. So, perhaps some of these products ARE doing something - but some could simply be cheap pieces of plastic sold to you at extremely high markup. It could also be purely psychosomatic. That is why we do NOT recommend or endorse any of these types of products.


What are other experts saying on this topic?

http://createhealthyhomes.com/cellphone_chips.php - Oram Miller, Certified Building Biologist
http://www.electricsense.com/6648/emf-protection-scams-chips-diodes-neutralizers-pendants-amulets/ Lloyd Burrell, Author - ElectricSense.com
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Q. re shielded surge suppressor

R_D 3 weeks ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 2 days ago 3

Hi, Shaun,


I just watched your video on the shielded surge suppressor power strip and have a question:


When computers, printers, lamps, etc., are plugged into the strip, does the shielding protection extend along the equipment cords themselves, or will these cords continue to give out the same level of EMFs as they would if plugged into a regular surge protector or outlet?


I'm in the process of reducing EMFs in my home-office space and already have some shielding in place for my monitor and laptop. I've also had a building biologist come out recently to assess my living and work space; but I need to reduce EMFs even more and found your surge suppressor online.


Kind regards,

RD

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Filters

gcpm 2 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 5 days ago 5

I understand that using dirty electricity filters will strengthen the electric current.  How will this affect my appliances, heat and air units, etc.  Will a stronger current damage them?

 

I am pleased with the filters I am already using, but need this information before ordering more.

 

Thank you

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Wondering if the reflective lining of my winter jacket that keeps me warm also reflects microwave radiation

nomonano 2 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 2 months ago 1

I have a light weight jacket from Columbia Brand that has this silver lining of dots. It works great and wondering if it also serves in protection from radiation in our environment from technology. Is it the same silver that I use to shield my walls?

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Ungrounded power outlets

Jen 2 months ago • updated 2 months ago 4

I have multiple outlets in my rented home that are not grounded. Will the filters work in these outlets or do I need to get them re-wired. My kitchen is grounded, but nothing else is.

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How safe is heated clothing?

magellings2 3 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 3 months ago 4

How safe is heated clothing?  For example, this heated hoodie.  Are these safe to wear, especially considering a family who just purchased the stetzerizer package for their home?  We've taken two steps forward, and don't want to take two steps back.

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Combined Gas/Electric Smart Meter

Rose 3 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 3 months ago 3

I am interested in swapping our smart meter for an analog.  The meter is located in the basement.  I am confused about what type of analog meter to buy.  This meter measures both gas and electricity usage (and we have a separate smart meter for water, which I would also like to replace.. and this communicates with the gas/electric smart meter).  Is that typical of a smart meter - to measure BOTH gas and electric, I mean?  I just need advice on what type of analog meter (or meters) I will need to replace the current smart meter.  The meter is not round, like the ones I typically see pictures of.  It is a rectangular box shape, and there are analog 'clock' dials on it, but I know it transmits wireless signals because I looked up the FCC id number.  


This is the meter:


CMM1401 Utility Transmitter Maximum ID Label/Location Info 95-1550-AB Model (1)

 Landis+Gyr Technology, Inc.


Thank you!

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How do you return a recently purchased unused item?

sellerben 4 months ago • updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 4 months ago 2

I recently purchased a watt hour meter, and noticed a 60 day return policy.


What is the address to return the watt hour meter to, the item was never opened.


Thank you!

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Do dimmers produce dirty electricity even when the lights are turned all the way up?

Laura Honig 4 months ago • updated by Laura Terry 4 weeks ago 3

I am having a new light put in, so if the electrician puts in a dimmer switch, but I never dim the lights, will I still have excess dirty electricity?  Should I ask him to eliminate the dimmer switch completely? Thank-you.