Resona Health is releasing the results of an ongoing research project using their PEMF devices for the relief of several ailments. In this at-home 30-day study, participants were instructed to run the PTSD protocol on average 3-4 times a week for 30 days. They were also instructed to consume a liter of water in the preceding 4 hours before therapy. It has been shown that the therapy works much better when the participant is properly hydrated, as it is believed that the frequencies resonate with the water in the body to transfer the energy to the cells.
The participant simply runs the protocol on the device and wears it around their neck with a lanyard while watching TV, driving, sitting at the computer, cooking, reading, etc. The device is about half the size of a cell phone and only weighs 2 ounces. The PTSD protocol is 2 hours and 15 minutes.
This is an ongoing study, and the purpose of this Phase 1 report is to show the results so far. Phase 1 consisted of 21 participants (n=21) both male and female over a wide age group. At the beginning of the study, the participants completed the PTSD checklist PCL-5 which is widely used by the Veterans Administration (VA) for testing the effectiveness of various interventions. The PCL-5 is a 20-question survey with each question having an answer from 0-4. The higher the score, the more likely that person is suffering from PTSD. With 20 questions and the highest answer being a 4, the highest possible score is 80.
The VA has determined if someone scores 31-33 or higher, it is likely they are suffering from PTSD. The VA has also concluded that any score reduction, because of an intervention or therapy, greater than 11 points is considered both clinically and statically significant.
The participants then completed the same form after 30 days and the results were recorded.
Resona Health Makes PEMF Available to the Masses
With his engineering background, Fox recognized that Tesla’s ideas were fundamentally sound. Yet if PEMF had any chance to disrupt the modern medical paradigm, he knew it had to be made accessible to the masses.
Fox realized that he could modify common consumer electronic devices – namely Bluetooth speakers and MP3 players - to generate pulsed electromagnetic frequencies. Though the strength of the PEMF waves would be lower than the expensive, high-powered machines, the actual PEMF waveforms would be identical, and research has shown higher strength fields are not necessary for relief.
The device he created, the Pulsar XO, is an “FDA low-risk general wellness device.” It is available now for consumer use, as well as for at-home pilot studies.
For a list of therapies currently available with the Pulsar XO, see the Resona.Health website under “Protocols.” Current Home Pilot Studies can be found on the website as well and include PTSD, Migraines, and Weightloss.