Fight Electro-Smog

What the heck is electro-smog you ask. It is invisible electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated by the electronics which surround us daily. The Q-Link Mini is a thin, lightweight button designed to attach easily to any personal electronic device, from cell phones and Bluetooth headsets, to portable game consoles and MP3 players. The button is programmed with over 100 natural frequencies known to support the biofield and claims to naturally enhance the human body’s defenses against a variety of life’s stressors, including harmful electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which research increasingly suggests can lead to serious health risks, including possible brain tumors, especially in children and adolescents. I wonder if the gang at Ghost Hunters buy into this stuff (sorry, paranormal joke). If you believe their claims, you can buy one for $24.95 or a pack of 5 for $99.95. Full press release after the jump.

Introducing the Q-Link Mini:

The Wellness Button to Boost the Body’s Natural Defense Against Electro-Smog

June 9, 2010. Sausalito, CA – Clarus Transphase Scientific, Inc., one of the world’s leading innovative technology companies in the human wellness and performance sector, announces the launch of its latest Q-Link® product: the Q-Link Mini™.   The Mini™ is a thin, lightweight button designed to attach easily to any personal electronic device, from cell phones and bluetooths, to portable game consoles and MP3 players.   It naturally enhances the human body’s defenses against a variety of life’s stressors, including harmful electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which research increasingly suggests can lead to serious health risks, including possible brain tumors, especially in children and adolescents.

“In today’s electronic world, we’re constantly connected and therefore, electro-smog is quite simply unavoidable,” said Richard Gray, President and CEO of Clarus Transphase Scientific.  “And while no product can completely ‘shield’ us from EMFs or from other environmental stressors, the Q-Link Mini ™ allows you to use the technology you rely on, while also helping engage and support your body’s natural defenses and energy systems, ultimately allowing you to live a healthier life and go about your day to day activities with more focus, efficiency and balance.”

The Q-Link Mini™, retailing for $24.95, uses Sympathetic Resonance Technology™ (SRT™) to counteract the negative effects of electromagnetic fields on our bodies.  When the human biofield is reinforced by positive, natural energies, like those programmed into the Q-Link Mini™, the body can respond better and more naturally to life’s stresses and challenges.  Q-Link® users consistently report experiencing benefits of improved focus, heightened awareness, and increased energy.

The recent launch of the Mini™ wellness button marks the further expansion of the Q-Link® line, which also features SRT™ powered pendants, bracelets and other lifestyle “body” and “space” products designed and scientifically shown to balance and clarify your energies.

For more information or to purchase the Q-Link Mini™ and begin boosting your natural defenses against unnatural electromagnetic fields, visit: http://www.qlinkproducts.com.

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About Clarus Transphase Scientific, Inc.
Clarus is an innovative technology company based in Sausalito, California.  For the past 20 years, they have been devoted to improving and optimizing products, raw materials and living systems that support and sustain life through their fundamental breakthroughs in the field of energy resonance.  Clarus’ core technology, SRT-3, was developed through more than 25 years of research and development, including work by leading scientists and doctors at Stanford University, University of California Irvine, Imperial College London and the University of Vienna.  Their popular Q-Link products are worn and used by professional athletes, health and fitness providers, and people of all ages throughout the world, who frequently report gaining a competitive edge, increased focus and more energy.

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10 comments… add one

  • Andy Simmons June 11, 2010, 9:56 am

    Based on the diagram on the website, this appears to be a “crystalline core” (whatever that is), a copper ring, and a plastic logo on top. I’m not sure, then, how you “program” something that has no modifiable structure. This seems like the latest version of those “cell phone antenna booster” stickers that were all over infomercials in the late ’90’s, and that, in reality, did absolutely nothing.

    Then again, maybe I’m just skeptical because I know that cell phones and other electronic devices produce very little in the way of EMFs, and that modern science shows that exposure to modern electronics and their communications has no discernable impact on health or well-being. But hey, who am I to tell someone not to spend twenty-five bucks on what is basically a glamorized decal?

    • Julie June 11, 2010, 10:12 am

      @Andy Not even a cool decal at that…

  • Andy Chen June 11, 2010, 10:50 am

    I smell snake oil.

    I read some of the so-called “research” documents. Wow. My BS meter is freaking out now. One “study” had a total of… 12 subjects. Ha!

  • BJN June 11, 2010, 12:38 pm

    Why post sham products like this?

    • Julie June 11, 2010, 12:50 pm

      @BJN Because they spark discussion.

  • Andy Chen June 11, 2010, 1:48 pm

    Absolutely. I got a grin out of it!

  • John Kes June 11, 2010, 4:50 pm

    Yep, entertainment value! They must sell these at alternative medicine fairs.

  • Michael June 12, 2010, 8:23 am

    This one seems to have been around for awhile. Google found this:

    http://skeptico.blogs.com/skeptico/2005/10/qlink_if_you_wa.html

    Michael

  • Lex June 13, 2010, 4:46 am

    Aluminum foil hats work SO much better.

  • ArchiVision Directory July 4, 2010, 2:05 pm

    More about electro-smog on: http://electro-smog.blogspot.com

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