Beware of prolonged exposures / Avoid sleeping next to your phone when it is on
Pregnant women are at higher risk / Children are more vulnerable
The Universal Clean-waves patch is designed to protect the biological (user) from electromagnetic waves (E.M.) generated by all wireless transmitters.
Simply apply the patch to the device so that it emits a compensated wave, called an antidote wave, which is biologically removed from the polluting wave (called in phase).
Due to its small size, it is particularly suitable for all portable electromagnetic wave (EM) emitting devices, such as smartphones, cordless phones (DECT), GPS. But you can also use it on laptops and desktops, tablets, wireless speakers, multimedia stream players (such as chromecast), etc.
– Dimensions: 25 mm, thickness < 0.25 mm
– It is composed of 8 modules of multilayer passive antennas made of flexible material.
– Quality assurance certified AFAQ ISO 9001 – UL USA
– Lifetime operating warranty
– WIPO World Patent
– French technology
It is perfect for personal protection against electromagnetic radiation.
When you buy a Body-Guard bracelet, you are offered a CW25+ Universal patch worth €7.90.
It is cleverly composed of 2 patches of 64 antenna modules each, ie 128 antenna modules in total placed in an 8-layer printed circuit board forming a “Three-dimensional Multi-Dephasing” using wave energy to produce multiple echoes allowing living cells to clearly distinguish and reject toxic frequencies from electromagnetic waves produced by the technologies of our society.
– Surgical grade silicone
– Patented PCT technology WIPO
– Dimensions: available in 5 sizes[XS 16cm, S 17.5cm, M 19cm, L 20.5cm, XL 22cm].
– Colour: available in 4 colours: white, black, pink and blue.
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Fatigue / Headaches / Tinnitus / Hearing nerve pain
The new Directive 2013/35/EU essentially takes over the employer’s obligations as described in the previous Directive (obligation to assess exposure levels, introduction of measures to avoid or reduce risks, information and training of workers) but introduces changes on exposure limit values and values triggering preventive action. Finally, it requires Member States to transpose it into national law by 1 July 2016 at the latest. France was the first country to adopt legislation in this area, a law passed by the National Assembly on 10 February 2015 to limit exposure to electromagnetic waves.
If common sense leads us to limit our daily use, the fact that we are exposed, or even overexposed to electromagnetic waves, is a matter of public health concern. Depending on the sensitivity of people, the intensity of the field, the time of exposure or the time of exposure (day or night), even at very low frequencies, waves unbalance our body, aggravate fatigue, stress and draw our energy.