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Quantron Resonance

Harvard Square

Cambridge, MA 02238


800 646-3622


Use of the Quantron Resonance System has been proven safe and effective around the world.

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To manifest sympathetic vibration. Human cells each have a specific vibration. The QRS produces an electromagnetic field, which imitates and creates the same vibration as healthy human cells.

Electromagnetic field
A magnetic field is created by passing an electric current through a coil of wire. The QRS emits a patented electromagnetic field wave, shaped in a saw-tooth pattern.

Micro Tesla
Measurement term for magnetic field strength.

Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Properties
Every pulsing electromagnetic field is characterized by the three parameters of waveform, frequency and field strength.
Waveform: The patented QRS saw-tooth wave generates electromagnetic forces that create actions in the body. They are responsible for the optimal level for transport of ions, among other actions.
Frequency: Everything that exists has a vibration, including every atom, molecule and thus the human cell. The QRS uses the frequencies of the body itself, which are generated through movement. The concept on which the QRS was based was that humans carry a symphony of frequencies in the body. By treating the person through electromagnetic fields, it is necessary to offer the full package of personal frequencies that support the body to perform its own functions. The QRS contains a range of frequencies from 3-1000 Hertz.
Field Strengths: Because the system is using the body's own frequencies, only very gentle and small magnetic field strengths have to be used. The QRS works with average field strengths between 3 and 30 micro-Tesla. Even the magnetic field strength of the earth is greater (50 micro Tesla). This is why there are no side effects from using the QRS.

Measurement term for quantifying electro/pulsed magnetic frequencies.

Cellular Metabolism
The entire sum of all physical and chemical processes is constantly taking place in human cells. Healthy cells need food, oxygen, water and nutrients, which produces energy for functioning of the human body. At the same time, waste and toxins are released.

What constitutes a cell?
Each cell consists of a membrane, nucleus and mitochondria, the electricity plant of the cell. The cell produces its own energy (ATP).

ADP is Adenosine Di Phosphate. This is the chemical that is converted by the body into ATP so the body can use it for energy. In addition, a further 90 chemicals are required. Apart from ATP, carbon dioxide, water and waste products are produced.

ATP is Adenosine Tri Phosphate. This is the energy the body's cells use to function on a daily basis.

Transmembrane Potential
The electric voltage of the outer layer of human cells. In a healthy cellular environment the transmembrane potential is between 70-110 mV (millivolts). In a state of disease the cells of the human body drop their voltage under 70 mV, thus causing a sluggish metabolism. The QRS assists in raising and maintaining the cell transmembrane potential to 70-110 mV.