Lets celebrate first Quantum Energy Wellness Bed in New England!
The human body is vastly intelligent and more than capable of repairing and maintaining itself.
All the body needs are the right resources.
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Approximately 55% of the population is now using alternative methods like the QEWB
because they are seeing results.
• Gentle, non-invasive alternative treatment with no side effects
• Promotes quicker healing
• Reduces symptoms within 24-48 hours
• Decreases inflammation
• Improves intercellular fluid and blood flow
• Stimulates production of ATP
• Accelerates tissue repair
• Helps reduce the effects on the body’s organs and tissues from overactive immune
Quantum Energy Wellness Bed
This titanium-lined wellness bed that uses heat, sound, and quantum energy to create a standing quantum field, supporting the body to reach optimum wellness. It was designed to recreate the natural resources we lack through a powerful combination of heat, sound, micro-current, and quantum energy, assisting the body to reach total-body wellness.
The QEWB condenses the powerful healing properties of nature, simulating the effect of many days spent in an ungroommed forest through a 30 or 60 minute session on the bed.
Technologies behind the QE Bed
Far Infrared Heat
The QEWB generates far infrared thermal heat. The heat penetrates the surface of the skin, gently elevating the body’s surface temperature to 107.6F/42C and above.
Far infrared thermal heat, also can help promote blood circulation, detoxification and lymphatic cleansing, relief from discomfort and soreness, and deep relaxation.
Built-in speakers emit sound waves through the bed’s planting, amplifying the effects of the QEWB and facilitating a powerful sound healing journey.
The QEWB utilizes micro-current stimulation, an electro therapy that has been proven to increase circulation, promote cellular healing, and reduce discomfort and soreness.
It could also increase the voltage of your cells. To learn more about how Voltage plays a part in how our body and cells function, listen to this podcast.