Anybody try using a "Teslar Watch" for EMF protection?
Here I thought I was an alien who was the only person on the planet
that gets sick when I sit in front of computer for more than 30
minutes. I had no explanation until now. Thank you Mark Martin for
creating this group. I've been in IT management since 1989 sitting
with hundreds of computers around me, so can relate to many of the
stories I've read.
I've tried a whole series of alternative medicine, diet, and
exercise, but am curious if anyone has tried a Teslar Watch? I know
its available through Dr. Valerie Hunt, one of the foremost experts
in bio-energy research. They are a bit expensive ($150 - $300) so
thought I should check if anyone else has tried them. Dr. Hunt said
she has every one of her staff members wearing them to protect them
from computers & cell phones.
I've gone through the worst nightmare one could ever imagine with
doctors putting me on Paxil and 3 other heavy drugs, which in my case
only increased my symptoms and completely disabled me for 3 years.
I did through my own alternative medicine pursuit conclude that bio-
energy work significantly reduced my symptoms, and since have become
a regular patient of Shiatsu therapy, have a machine called an Aqua-
Chi Machine, that I use to balance my Chi in between sessions, and am
a beginner Pranic Healer - which also balances my energy field.
My immune system also collapsed (likely due to drugs), so I now take
Immunocal, which has been a lifesaver, both reducing drug side-
effects and getting my energy back up when I go through an energy
roller coaster. I don't like to use bio-energy therapy too many
times a day, so rely on herbal teas and Immunocal to keep me in
I'm excited to try those other EMF protection devices Mark mentioned
in his earlier messages. All my mercury fillings are coming out too.
Re: Anybody try using a "Teslar Watch" for EMF protection?
Welcome to the group, Glenn!
> I've tried a whole series of alternative medicine, diet, and
> exercise, but am curious if anyone has tried a Teslar Watch?
I tried one many years ago. I never noticed *anything* from this
watch, good or bad, although I did wear it for a year or two until
the battery went dead. I then opened it up, only to find what
appeared to be ordinary watch innards, plus a tiny piece of copper
glued to the inside of the back cover! So if they're charging
$150 to simply glue in a piece of copper, they're making a lot
(in their ads they refer to a special "chip", but that chip appears
to be a chip of plain copper).