I have heard of these devices, but we have never tested them. We aren't even aware of any measurement equipment/meters that can objectively measure "geopathic stress." There isn't exactly any scientific standards or definitions of "geopathic stress" that I know of either. Some people use very subjective methods of measuring it, like dousing, etc. While I can't dismiss anything - we are a scientific/engineering company. We stay in the realm of what we can measure. There is so much a person can do to improve readings and measurements for real scientific fields/radiation, that keeps us busy enough. We don't delve into metaphysical or feel-good products, or products that don't have compelling scientific evidence that they work.
If someone has a meter for "geopathic stress" - then I would be interested. Then perhaps the pad could also be measured.
I would be very wary to purchase products like this. We think it's best to clean up sources that produce measurable pollution in the home/office. Perhaps when all of that is exhausted, other products could be reviewed and tried.
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