Sanjeev Virk, an independent distributor for Prife International, was recently interviewed about the iTeraCare Terahertz Device wand on Optimal Health Radio with Dr. Tami Patzer. He shared research findings about the product that has been in research and development for more than six years.
The benefits of iTeraCare Terahertz Device Wand have been demonstrated in multiple research studies. Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics have found that terahertz frequencies may have applications in manipulating cell functions for the treatment of certain medical conditions.
A recent Scientific Reports study found that terahertz frequencies when targeting specific areas of the body can influence proteins inside cells without harming or altering the cells themselves.
A study published in the journal Biomedical Engineering Online in 2018 explored the potential of terahertz frequencies for medical applications, including their ability to promote cell repair and regeneration. The study found that terahertz radiation has the potential to stimulate cellular processes such as protein synthesis, cell differentiation, and tissue regeneration, which could aid in the repair of damaged cells and tissues. The authors concluded that terahertz technology could have promising applications in regenerative medicine and tissue engineering.
“Overall, the iTeraCare Terahertz Device Wand has the potential to be a valuable tool for promoting optimal health,” Virk said.
“While further research is needed to fully understand the potential benefits and risks of using terahertz frequencies in medical applications, the promising findings of studies like the one mentioned above suggest that terahertz technology could have a bright future in regenerative medicine and other fields.”
The iTeraCare Terahertz device is a far infrared resonant frequency technology that is designed to stimulate cellular repair and regeneration in the human body. According to a study published in the Journal of Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves, far-infrared radiation may have therapeutic effects on the human body by promoting cell proliferation and repair. The study found that far-infrared radiation may improve blood flow, enhance immune function, and may reduce pain and inflammation.
“The patented IteraCare wand uses targeted frequencies that can penetrate the body up to 20 – 30 centimeters, with zero discomfort, or irritation,” said Prife International independent distributor Sanjeev Virk.
“Every cell in the body has a frequency measured in Hertz. Terahertz resonates at the same frequency as healthy, human, cells, generating millions of vibrations per second. The electromagnetic waves of the terahertz range are currently used in medicine as a biophysical factor for the correction of several disorders.”
For more information, visit https://primelifeintl.com or call Sanjeev Virk at 1-844-520-7418.
The iTeraCare device is a certified household electrical equipment. It has been certified as “safe to use.” It emits no harmful radiation and it has labels allowing for its distribution internationally.
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