Q-Link Research

Effects of Q-Link® Pendant on the Blood and Biological Terrain [April 2001]
In two separate live blood microscopy studies conducted by microbiologist Robert Young, PhD, live and dried blood tests are used to test for disturbances in the blood morphology. Results suggest that the Q-Link® pendant helps to mediate the effects of stress by enhancing both the blood terrain and the integrity of human blood cells. Thus, significant improvements in blood morphology are seen with the Q-Link® pendant. The following are 4 panel microscopy images of blood morphology before and 72 hours after wearing the Q-Link® in a typical subject.

University of Vienna Analysis of Skin Conductivity [April 2001]
Professor Michael Kundi, PhD, Institute of Environmental Health, conducted an independent, comprehensive analysis of Dr. Reye's clinical study, which supports the significant findings.

Effects of Q-Link® Pendant on Skin Conductivity Changes and Stress [March 2000]
In a clinical study conducted by Dr. Tykeeta Reye at the Acacia Whole Health Clinic in Denver, the energy states of 40 acupuncture points are tested in the presence of an EMF stressor. After two minutes, the Q-Link® pendant increases by an average of 292% the number of acupuncture points which have optimal energy states and restored balance. Baseline readings are improved by an average of 41%.

Effects of Q-Link® Pendant on Muscle Weakness and other Chronic Symptoms Attributes to EMF exposures [May 1998]
In a double-blind clinical study conducted by Dr. Eric Pierotti, DC, muscle weakness related to acupuncture system imbalances and imbalances induced by exposure to EMF are negated when wearing the Q-Link® pendant enhances the natural healing process as indicated by the reduction of chronic and long term symptoms in clinical patients.

Effects of the Q-Link® Pendant on Human EEG Responses [April 2000]
A double-blind study conducted by Dr. Norman Shealy, MD, and William Tiller, Professor Emeritus, Stanford University, suggests that the Q-Link® pendant helps to mitigate the disruptive effects of EMF on the electrical activity (EEG patterns) of the brain. This published study demonstrates beneficial effects of the Q-Link® in stabilizing the EEG responses in the presence of transient EMF stressors.

Effects of Q-Link® Pendant on Muscle Weakness Patterns in the body [August 1997]
In a clinical study conducted by Dr. Robert Blaich, the Q-Link® pendant consistently helps to improve acupuncture energy imbalances and to negate the recurrence of muscle weakness. The study also suggests that muscle weakness induced by the presence of EMF is negated when wearing the Q-Link® in 95% of the cases. Based upon Applied Kinesiology testing, Dr. Blaich concluded that the Q-Link® pendant enhances the healing process based upon the marked improvement seen in long-term symptoms.

Effects of Q-Link® ClearWave on Anxiety Levels within the Classroom [June 2001]
A double-blind study conducted by David Eichler, PhD, Behavioral Consultant, indicates that the Q-Link® ClearWave helps to reduce anxiety experienced in students (ages 11 to 13) while in the public school setting. The study involved a school district in Northeast Kansas. The implications of reduced anxiety can be improved classroom performance and an improvement in the overall attitude and well being of the student.

Effects of the Q-Link® Ally on Stress Tolerance of Human Tissue Cells
An in-vitro study conducted at the University of Vienna shows that human tissue cells are more resistant and respond better to chemical stress when exposed to the Q-Link® Ally with SRT™. Human tissue cells were chemically stressed using a chemical toxin. The study shows a statistically significant decrease in the number of dead tissue cells under chemical stress with Q-Link®. This suggests that in-vitro exposure to the Q-Link® with SRT™ helps the cellular membrane remain intact and more resilient against stressors.

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