We’re surrounded by electromagnetic fields (EMF) from our mobile phones, TVs, lightning, and computers on a daily basis, whether we’re at home, at the office, or even outside. Over time, exposure to electromagnetic waves can increase hypersensitivity of the body, anxiety, skin inflammation, cellular stress, genetic damage, as well as respiratory and cardiovascular issues. So, when I was offered to try out Somavedic — which promises to create a coherent life-supporting field that protects the body against the adverse effects of EMFs — I instantly took the chance. A device that neutralizes free radicals, the culprits that lead to DNA damage and weaken the skin? Yes, please.
What is Somavedic
Somavedic is a hand-made glass dome filled with precious and semi-precious stones and minerals that release energy in order to mitigate harmful electromagnetic waves. It’s these stones — each with its own function — that can carry information and radiate energy in order to clear blockages and reduce radiation coming from electronic devices. Furthermore, the Somavedic device was found in a bunch of independent clinical studies to have beneficial effects on sleep quality, mood, nervous and cardiovascular systems, as well as heart rate and blood circulation. And the best part: Somavedic can also help protect skin against photoaging by reducing the damage caused by free radicals — more on that later.
Interestingly, Somavedic creates a coherent field that covers about 2,800 square feet in all directions and forms a bubble-like protecting system that can allow the energy to penetrate walls and floors.
I also like that the Somavedic device has a futuristic and gorgeous design, and it’s powered by a LED that glows a beautiful purple and pink light, which is nice to look at. The stones inside Somavedic work without the LED, but their power is amplified when plugged in because the LED light can magnify the stones’ energy field.
Somavedic comes in various models, categorized into two classes: Essential (Harmony, Sky, and Vedic) and Premium (Amber and Gold), and the prices range between $500 to $5000.
How Somavedic benefits the skin
The electromagnetic waves induced by the devices we’re constantly surrounded by have been shown to generate free radicals. Free radicals — which can be caused by external factors, like smoke, pollution, radiation, or internal, such as stress, inflammation, or strenuous exercise — are unstable molecules that lack an electron. In order to complete themselves, they attach to healthy cells in the body, leading to a chain reaction that leaves behind biological carnage. When there’s an imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants, it causes oxidative stress, damaging cells and breaking down collagen, which results in less firmness and elasticity, more visible fine lines and wrinkles, and more chances for dark spots to occur.
What the Somavedic device does is emit energy in the atmosphere to neutralize these unstable molecules before they enter your skin, helping preserve collagen levels. This makes Somavedic a free radical angle to fight the aging process. More collagen means plumper skin, less noticeable fine lines and wrinkles, and increased moisture retention.
What else does the Somavedic device do?
In addition to scavenging free radicals, the Somavedic device helps improve the quality of sleep, induces an uplifting feeling, helps improve concentration, and aids in intensifying the regeneration of the body. It actually has been proved in a few studies that the effects of the Somavedic device speeds up cell regeneration and positively impacts heart rate variability (HRV) and the cardiovascular and nervous system.
“In the Somavedic there are 2 to 2.5 million frequencies which constantly broadcast to scan the surroundings: people, flora, and fauna to try and eliminate blockages that impede proper function of the organism,” says Ivan Rybjansky, the inventor of Somavedic:
On top of that, Somavedic is claimed to create harmonized, structured water, which is the most bioavailable state of water. What does that mean? Well, the water we drink every day is often filtered, treated with chemicals, and attacked by all sorts of pollutants and toxins. This dramatically increases the levels of estrogens in water and affects its quality. The good news, however, is that the Somavedic device can purify the water of toxins and harmonize it to preserve most of its properties when placed near it for at least 15 minutes.
It’s important to note, however, that it’s difficult to confirm whether or not the device has any of these benefits due to the lack of tangible measurement methods. Most studies are proving Somavedic works to reduce electromagnetic fields, but almost none are showing its effects on free radicals, water quality, and nervous and cardiovascular systems.
My personal experience with Somavedic
I keep my Somavedic device on my desk near my computers, laptops, and phone, hoping that it mitigates EMF negative influences in my body and mind. I’m not the type of person with sleep issues, but I tend to become anxious pretty often, and since I’m keeping Somavedic nearby, I feel calmer and more relaxed. While I’m not sure if this is a placebo effect, one thing I know: it looks really good in my office.
I also don’t count it on reducing free radical damage (I still keep my vitamin C serum nearby), but it helps to know I have one more ally that protects me against these harmful molecules.
Price ranges from $500 to $5000.
No matter what, you should absolutely try to eliminate as many sources of electromagnetic fields as possible. So anything that reduces their impact on your body is always welcomed — the reason I genuinely believe Somevedic is worth the cash. Besides turning off your WiFi while sleeping (don’t sleep with your phone nearby, too), keeping Someveric close creates a strong line of defense against radiation.
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