How to get the most out of your new Philip Stein Teslar watch

Thanks to our national addition to gadgets, smart-phones and appliances, Americans are exposed to more electromagnetic radiation than at any other time in our history.  This “electronic pollution” comes from our cell phones, fluorescent lights, computers, GPS devices, microwaves, hair dryers and more. 

Research has been done on the effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) for several years, but because our exposure continues to increase exponentially every year, most of this research is already dated. 

Currently, the only ways to protect oneself from harmful EMF radiation is to a) move to a remote location (deep wilderness or deserted island would be preferable) or b) start wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch

Using Philip Stein’s exclusive “natural frequency technology” their watches suspend the wearer in a fortified energy field that would otherwise be impossible to achieve.  The result is an electromagnetic field that resonates at the same frequency as the Earth – 7.83 Hz.  Because this is the same frequency that our bodies were supposed to be exposed to (before all of our electronic devices changed that), wearers of Philip Stein watches feel an elemental shift in the how they feel.  While results vary from person to person, the average new owner of a Philip Stein Teslar watch feels an inexplicable sense of peace and tranquility.  They usually find that they sleep much more soundly, have more energy, and are able to focus more intently on the task at hand.

But all these “feel good” benefits are only part of the reason to wear a Philip Stein watch.  An even better reason is because the watches protect their wearers from damaging extra-low frequency (ELF) radiation, which can have a more serious impact on health over the long term. 

So before you sell all your possessions and move to a survival cabin in the wilderness, consider buying a Philip Stein watch.

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