An electromagnetic field (also EMF or EM-field) is a physical quantity produced by electrically charged objects. The four crucial parameters defining the exposed signal structure are:

  • Waveform Field
  • Intensity
  • Frequency
  • Resonance

In theory those 4 components must be carefully arranged in mutual balance (coherence) and introduced into the body in order to produce the optimum health-promoting effect, and in the same time to avoid negative effects. The exposed composition of the basic parameters differentiates whether an electromagnetic signal is harmful (e.g., from computer systems, cell phones, WIFI, Bluetooth, microwaves, power lines etc.) or health-promoting, e.g., low-frequency, pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) utilized in health care, for prophylaxis and overall wellbeing.

Download the PEMF in a Nut Shell brochure below to understand more.

PEMF in a Nut Shell – English

脉冲电磁场 (PEMF) 简要

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