What is the difference between a Philip Stein Teslar watch and a Teslar Medallion?

In case you are unfamiliar with Teslar, it is a form of frequency technology that protects the body from the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) by continuously emitting an oscillating signal that ranges between 7 and 9 Hz.  Since the frequency of 7.83 Hz is the same one that is naturally found in the Earth, this is also the ideal frequency for optimum human functioning. 

Why would someone want to change their body’s natural frequency?

The human body is highly sensitive to the various external EMFs that emanate from electronics, particularly those devices that operate within close proximity to the body.  These would include computers, kitchen appliances, hair dryers, electric razors, electric blankets, alarm clocks and of course, cell phones.

Whenever the body’s natural bio-field is bombarded with a range of EMFs – which is most of the time – it responds by limiting its own energy flow until a better balance can be found.  This energy can often become blocked, causing fatigue, depression and stress.  And the net impact on the body can be far more harmful over time, causing such ailments as hypertension, anxiety and migraine headaches. 

Why a watch?  Why not a medallion?

Philip Stein watches have been known to prevent the body from feeling the impact of EMFs because it constantly emits a signal that is in the same range as the Earth’s, thereby realigning the body’s natural energy field to one that is more beneficial and healthy.   In order to be effective, however, the Teslar chip constantly oscillates. Otherwise, the body would become accustomed to the new frequency and it would lose its impact.

When a magnetic medallion is worn, it is not constantly oscillating, or changing its frequency.  Instead, it is a passive, static device.  Yes, it may work initially, but over time the effect wears off so it can no longer protect the body from EMFs; nor can it provide the calming sensation of a Philip Stein Teslar watch. 

To put it simply, there are no moving components in a medallion, which makes its impact on the body limited and static.  Only when there is constant stimulus to the body’s own energy field can Teslar be entirely effective.  A Philip Stein watch is an active device, which continues to work its magic long after you’ve forgotten you’re wearing it.

2 thoughts on “What is the difference between a Philip Stein Teslar watch and a Teslar Medallion?”

  1. Is a Teslar watch and one of your watches that just says “Frequency Technology” the same, or is there a difference between them?

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