Top 5 Holographic Wellness Myths Debunked

Updated: Nov 5, 2018



Medicine holograms are potentially revolutionary wellness products that are often misunderstood by those who are aware of the technology. Despite abundant scientific research proving the authenticity of holographic discs, opposing voices still persist in disproving its benefit to mankind.


Previously, we discussed the trend of consumers putting their dollars on health & wellness products over luxury items and introduced holographic wellness technology – a painless, non-addictive and non-intravenous wellness solution.


Today, we will be touching on the 5 most common statements made by holographic wellness disbelievers. Subsequently, we will be debunking each myth in greater detail in future articles.



MYTH 1: Medicine holograms only create a placebo effect.


-> TRUTH 1: Medicine holograms are proven to be more effective than placebo.

The human brain is a powerful and complex organ that can stimulate healing if we put our mind into it. Hence, it comes as no surprise that naysayers of holographic wellness technology attribute its benefits to the placebo effect.


However, several double-blind, placebo-controlled studies have been conducted to date, proving that the efficacy of holographic data discs is more than just a placebo effect.


In a study done by Troy University, 58 Division I football players from the university’s football team were divided into two groups: experimental and control. Participants in the experimental group were assigned an authentic holographic wristband, while subjects in the control group were given a placebo wristband.


All participants were required to wear their assigned wristband during their 8-week off-season strength and conditioning program.


The post-test results show that even though participants in both groups displayed improvement with lower resting heart rate, the experimental group enjoyed a higher decrease in resting heart rate.


This study conducted by Troy University, as well as scientific research done by other universities and independent laboratories, prove that holographic wellness products are more effective than placebo.



Participants in the experimental group experienced an average decrease of 6.89 bpm in resting heart rate as compared to an average drop of 2.55 bpm, as observed in the control group.

MYTH 2: It is impossible to improve wellness by sticking an adhesive patch on the body.

-> TRUTH 2: Holographic wellness is similar to acupuncture, an ancient practice still used today.

Holographic wellness technology is based on the meridian system, a concept in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and scalar wave technology, longitudinal waves that are responsible for DNA and cell-to-cell communication.


Acupuncture, which taps on our knowledge of the meridian system, is still widely practiced today. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 3.1 million adults in the world used acupuncture in 2007, seeking relief from ailments.


Acupuncture uses needles as the mode for administering wellness benefits. Holographic wellness technology follows this ancient practice, except scalar waves are used to transmit health benefits, instead of needles.


Holographic discs are imprinted with data formulated by biosignal physicians via scalar waves. When a holographic disc is placed on a certain acupoint, beneficial energy formulas that are embedded in the data disc are transmitted through scalar waves to help regulate the body’s energy flow, thus improving health and well-being.



MYTH 3: Scalar waves do not exist.


-> TRUTH 3: Reputable scientists have successfully conducted scientific tests, proving the existence of scalar waves.


To date, scalar wave technology is still a relatively unknown concept within the scientific community, which explains the disproportionate number of skeptics against this theory.


It was first discovered in the late 19th century by Nikola Tesla, a renowned physicist and engineer, who theorized and then proved that electricity could be transmitted wirelessly via scalar waves.


In fact, even the great Albert Einstein acknowledged the existence of this energy and referenced to scalar waves in the 1920s.


In 2000, German physicist and engineer, Konstantin Meyl, became intrigued with Tesla’s work and sought to further research on scalar waves.


Among many scientific discoveries on scalar waves that were derived from Professor Meyl’s research, he observed that genetic information travels from one cell to another using scalar waves.


This led to the development of holographic wellness technology and products.


MYTH 4: Pain is subjective and cannot be quantified. How does one prove that medicine holograms can actually relief pain?


-> TRUTH 4: A thermal analysis done in the U.S. shows that pain relief holographic discs reduce inflammation within 30 minutes.


We can measure discomfort level by the degree of inflammation present in “pain zones”, as seen in an experiment by a U.S. laboratory.


Using an infrared camera to measure skin temperature, a heat map of the body is generated to identify inflamed areas. Pain relief patches are applied to areas where high degrees of inflammation are present and a marked reduction in temperature and inflammation was observed after 30 minutes.


As demonstrated with a digital telethermographic system, pain relief holographic discs are proven to reduce inflammation, an indicator of pain.

Reduction in tissue temperature and inflammation could be seen after applying the pain relief holographic discs for 30 minutes.


MYTH 5: It is better to stick to conventional wellness solutions as compared to alternative methods.


-> TRUTH 5: Using holographic wellness products brings about benefits that other wellness products do not have.


It is no secret that eating well-portioned meals and exercising regularly are extremely healthy things to do. These lifestyle habits should form the foundation of holistic living.


However, in the case of pill-popping and beauty injections, the use of holographic wellness discs is definitely a much better alternative.


There are two major advantages to using wellness holograms. First, these holographic discs are non-invasive, and free from chemicals and drugs. Second, using these products will not result in any unwanted side effects.


Today, there is a wide range of holographic wellness products available commercially that encompass a variety of wellness benefits. Furthermore, they are available for as low as US$66 for 18 holographic patches (approximately one month’s supply), making it an affordable form of alternative medicine.



Conclusion


Living in the 21st century, humanity has benefited from many technological inventions thus far. Your health is the most important thing in life and holographic discs may very well be the essential health & wellness product in the near future.


Have you tried our holographic wellness discs yet? I have, and it works.


In the next article, we will be taking a closer look at how holographic wellness technology utilizes acupuncture concepts to provide users with a wide range of health benefits. Stay tuned for it next month!




Click here to learn more about the existing scientific research done on holographic wellness products and how this amazing technology will change the way the world practices holistic living.


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