What is Electronic Gem Therapy?
Electronic Gem Therapy combines the ancient Ayurvedic tradition of using the healing properties of precious gemstones with modern electronic technology, providing rapid and effective healing.
It is a safe, non-invasive therapy with a wide range of applications for mental, physical and energetic health.
Originated by British Scientist Dr Jon Whale over 20 years ago, Electronic Gem Therapy is a gentle but highly effective approach to the treatment of a wide variety of chronic and acute health conditions. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with other therapies.
Physicist, Stephen Hawking has said: "The future development of medicine lies with treatments based on light and colour."
How does Electronic Gem Therapy work?
Gem stones are reservoirs of pure radiating energy. The concentrated rays of gems influence cellular activity at a sub-atomic level. Your Health Practitioner, Claudia, will select different types of precious gems, often a combination of several, tailored to your individual needs, depending on the condition to be treated, for maximum benefit. Different stones have different qualities. For example, blue sapphires are cool and analgesic, particularly effective for the treatment of nerve pain such as sciatica.
The gem stones, contained in a special chamber inside low voltage lamps, are electronically excited to resonate by low voltage electronic pulses. The lamps are directed at the specific area of the body requiring treatment. This stimulates and accelerates the body's own natural healing mechanisms.
Conditions which respond well to Electronic Gem Therapy include:
- leg ulcers
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- frozen shoulder
- sports injuries
A treatment session usually lasts about 90 minutes. The patient either sits or reclines, usually fully clothed. The whole process is a relaxing and pleasing experience. Many people feel an improvement straight away, more chronic conditions require further sessions. The treatment is painless, without side effects and supported by many conclusive case studies.