- Who Is MagnaWave?
- MagnaWave B2 Review
- B2 Mat Construction
- How MagnaWave Sells The B2?
- MagnaWave Therapies
- MagnaWave Waveform
- MagnaWave Frequency
- MagnaWave Intensity
- MagnaWave Prices And Sizes
- MagnaWave Certifications
- MagnaWave FDA Approval
- MagnaWave Production & Distribution
- MagnaWave Warranty
- Where To Purchase A MagnaWave
In the past few years, PEMF mats have become a mainstream staple within the therapeutic medical device niche.
These health mats are going viral across social media and the blogosphere.
When you have dozens of top PEMF brands vying for your attention, it can be hard to make a good choice.
While the niche is popular, you may also be unfamiliar with what PEMF therapy entails and the components that differentiate each brand and their devices.
If you’ve seen MagnaWave PEMF and wondered the above, then you’re in the perfect place to get all your questions unbiasedly answered.
This review will serve as your ultimate understanding, vetting, and buying guide for MagnaWave, specifically the MagnaWave B2 device, which is also called the Regenetron by other resellers.
We will walk you through MagnaWave’s PEMF therapy.
You’ll know exactly what scientific research has to say about MagnaWave’s specs and configuration, including the high intensity aspect.
Then, we breakdown the consumer protections for you.
Discover everything you need to know about MagnaWave’s warranties, guarantees, pricing, and buying processes.
Our goal is to help you through the due-diligence of selecting a health mat.
While this review focuses on the MagnaWave brand and its the MagnaWave B2 device, we will offer you comparisons to other major brands, resources to gather more targeted information along the way, and therapy-specific information to help you understand the technology behind the terminology.
Who Is MagnaWave?
The company originated in 2005 and has managed to build a solid reputation within the PEMF industry.
Their products are in the highest of the higher price range when it comes to PEMF devices.
If we were talking cars, this would be the decked out Mercedes line up, not the base model Nissans.
MagnaWave is a family-owned and operated PEMF reseller and distributor.
You’ll find 11 different PEMF devices in their product lineup.
Each of these devices focus on delivering the maximum in PEMF intensity on the market.
The brand also sells a number of applicators and accessories.
Their target market includes both human PEMF application and pet and livestock veterinary PEMF applications.
Yes, horses, dogs, and so forth can all enjoy the benefits of PEMF therapy.
Brands like HealthyLine also have pet applications for PEMF.
However, unlike HealthyLine, MagnaWave is not a manufacturer of their own PEMF technology.
They are a distributor only, meaning they don’t actually make the products they’re selling.
We found all of MagnaWave’s products being sold by other distributor websites at both higher and lower prices.
One of the most popular products distributed by MagnaWave is the MagnaWave B2.
We feel that the numbers are largely due to the B2 being the least expensive offering from MagnaWave.
Again, the B2 is not an exclusive offering at MagnaWave.
Many other entities also sell it.
PEMF Systems Inc. and PEMF Solutions appear to manufacture the vast majority of MagnaWave’s product offerings.
MagnaWave B2 Review
The B2 can also be located by other distributors under the Regenetron name.
Why are we reviewing this product?
We focus our reviews and guides around products intended for at-home, personal use by consumers.
As such, we found that the B2 was MagnaWave’s only product offering that was a close fit.
All other models were priced out of the average consumer’s reach.
Plus, while the B2 features an extreme intensity, it’s the lowest intensity product offered through MagnaWave.
MagnaWave (MagnaWave B2 device) Therapy At A Glance
- PEMF therapy only
- Far infrared, negative ion, crystal, and red light therapies NOT included
- PEMF therapy is not customizable
- One PEMF waveform type
- Six PEMF frequency level settings
- One PEMF pulse duration
- 500 Gauss device intensity
- Base price of $3,950
- 30-day full return policy
- Base warranty of three years, with the option for seven additional years at a price of $700 (deductible)
We should note that MagnaWave has a total of 11 PEMF devices on their website.
The B2 is the least expensive and least intense model at 500 Gauss and $3,950.
MagnaWave’s offerings go up to even more extreme intensities and pricing.
The most expensive model, the MAIA DUO, is priced at almost $25,000.
B2 Mat Construction
Another reason we pulled the B2 model from MagnaWave’s product lineup to review is that it’s the only MagnaWave product that actually comes with a mat-like applicator.
All of MagnaWave’s other PEMF devices only come with a loop/butterfly applicator for the device.
While most of the devices could be used with a mat, the mat would be a separate purchase.
The result would be an even higher price point for the consumer.
In our opinion, this is an unnecessary cost considering that most all other major PEMF brands are accompanied by a mat.
It’s important to note that the mat applicator on the B2 is not a full-body mat.
The B2 is accompanied by both a 18×23 mat and paddle/pad applicator.
As you can gather from the measurements, the B2 “mat” is more of a spot applicator for targeted, not full-body, coverage.
How MagnaWave Sells The B2?
Vendor selection is one of the main due diligence points in selecting a PEMF product.
The average consumer often isn’t even aware that certain products can be manufactured by one entity and be sold and resold multiple times across a pool of resellers that label the product under their own private brand.
They price, market, package, and so forth the product differently, but the reality is that it’s still the exact same product underneath the various labels.
This is the case with MagnaWave’s products, including the B2.
The MagnaWave Maxx, for example, is a product that’s all over eBay and other e-commerce sites as the PMT120.
It’s the exact same product being offered by various resellers at various prices.
That’s why your vendor matters.
MangaWave takes products manufactured by other entities and places their private label on them.
It’s not uncommon, but it is a point that the consumer needs to be aware of so that they can compare the B2 by MagnaWave to the same device under other private labels.
MagnaWave primarily uses two channels to sell their products: Amazon and their own sales website.
We don’t see them listed on other big box e-commerce sites, such as eBay, very often.
If the B2 is your pick for a health mat, our recommendation is to cross reference it for pricing, customer assurances, and vendor-specific customer service reputation to get the best deal possible with your purchase.
One last consideration would be to compare used verses new PEMF devices.
This can make a broader range of PEMF devices fall within your budget.
Again, we don’t see MagnaWave on eBay, but you may find the same device from a different new or used vendor.
While many brands, such as HealthyLine, are specializing in creating multi-therapies within the same convenient device, MagnaWave is sticking with reselling PEMF-only products.
None of their devices offer red light, negative ion, crystal, or far infrared technologies.
PEMF is a fabulous, highly beneficial therapy for any health mat.
It’s the cornerstone therapy for the entire industry. Why?
It’s scientifically proven to be beneficial in a vast scope of pathologies and is widely considered a proactive step in maintaining generalized good health and well-being.
With the above said, PEMF can be supplemented/supported by additional therapeutic technologies, including far infrared, negative ion, crystal, and red light therapies.
Mats from brands like Bemer combine red light therapy and PEMF.
Meanwhile, the HealthyLine brand is taking the industry by storm by being the only one of its kind to offer all the therapies in a single application.
Is A Multi-Therapy Mat Better Than A Single-Therapy Mat?
This is a highly personal question that will largely depend upon your specific health goals and expected outcomes from using a health mat.
We strongly encourage you to check out our guides on the various therapeutic options for your health mat to determine if you truly want a PEMF-only mat, such as the B2, or a mat offering multi-therapies.
One of the most common combinations in the health mat industry is combining PEMF with far infrared therapy, which research shows can greatly benefit your health routine.
Far infrared research shows a broad category of benefits concerning circulation issues, muscle recovery, immune system resilience, and pain management
HealthyLine Platinum Mat offers a full body applicator to get all the best therapies in one device, and the sizing options make it a snap to get point application to the entire body or a specific body part.
It’s also fully customizable for maximum benefit in accordance to the user’s specific needs.
We mention this as a comparison to the single therapy and much smaller applicator options delivered by the B2. Why?
We often see consumers aware of one specific therapy, such as PEMF, make a hasty purchase because they’re exited about the opportunity to receive that particular therapy.
Once they’re impressed and start researching how to make the most of their product, then they often discover supplement/supporting therapies like FIR, crystals, negative ions, and red light.
But, by purchasing a PEMF-only mat, they often find it impossible to integrate these other therapies.
This leaves them to buy another mat with multi-therapies.
It’s a completely unnecessary and avoidable expense when you have the right information out of the gate, which is our goal in all our reviews.
MagnaWave PEMF Therapy
Each brand will have a particular goal in terms of what their PEMF product(s) stand to deliver to the consumer.
This is found within the product’s unique configuration.
For EarthPulse, it’s high intensity sleep.
For Bemer, it’s micro-circulation.
For HealthyLine, it’s being the most comprehensive, research-based, wholistic therapeutic application on the market.
See our other reviews to learn more about each brand and their configurations.
MagnaWave is in a different niche of PEMF.
Their focus is on PEMF delivery to humans and animals at the highest intensities possible.
Their proposed value proposition to the the consumer is that both low and high intensities are beneficial, but that it’s only the high intensity that can deliver the benefits in the most expedient way possible.
It’s the more is more mindset.
We say mindset because more is more hasn’t been proven true in the case of PEMF.
We have a major issue with MagnaWave’s premise, and issue a huge red flag to the consumer.
MagnaWave only offers anecdotal stories from non-professional, unvetted sources to support their high intensity message and configuration recommendations to the consumer.
Their website and marketing materials do not and cannot point to a single slice of science to support their position.
Now, MagnaWave does have a research section on their website under “Education.”
However, we feel that the content and presentation is more troubling than reassuring. Why? Three reasons:
- Of the topics available, there isn’t a section devoted to comparing low intensity verses high intensity PEMF, which is odd considering that the brand has chosen to market itself specifically in the high intensity vein when most other PEMF devices go low or mid-range. The user also can’t specifically search Magna-Wave’s offerings for any keywords.
- MagnaWave’s research database isn’t nearly as extensive as it appears to be because the site posts the same materials under different headings.
- We take issue with the ethics and clarity involved in the details of many of the studies having little to no relation to MagnaWave’s configuration options.
We offer these facts as examples:
- MagnaWave published a PEMF study article on the ozone (4) three different times under various titles. While a MagnaWave device was used for the study, the MagnaWave PEMF device used in the study was specified as a 60 Gauss device. This was troubling and confusing because the lowest intensity device MagnaWave sells is the 500 Gauss B2, which isn’t even close to 60 Gauss.
- While only posted once, MagnaWaves Veterinary Application of PEMF (5) offers a listicle of studies without offering links or citing references. We used keywords to Google each study and managed to find them. Only two (6) and (7) of the seven actually listed an intensity used within the study. Even more troubling is the intensities used by the studies (0.3, 3, 30, and 200 Gauss) were no where close to the 500 Gauss intensity offered by MagnaWave B2.
- The famed NASA study is used in at least two MagnaWave posts (8) and (9). We aren’t sure why the brand would reference the NASA study (10) at all considering the findings supported a square PEMF wave of 10 Hz and 0.01 to 0.2 Gauss, which in no way aligns with the B2’s configuration. To date, the only PEMF product offering the ability to replicate the NASA study’s configuration is the HealthyLine Platinum Mat. See our review for full details.
- The duplication of research seemed to be a theme. We found two osteoarthritis postings of almost identical titles referencing the exact same study. Ironically, the study didn’t even list an intensity.
We throughly reviewed MagnaWave’s research articles.
We couldn’t find a single piece of scientific evidence offering support for the extreme intensities offered by the entire line of MagnaWave products, including the 500 Gauss B2.
We would be remiss if we didn’t point out that our PEMF research doesn’t align with high intensities.
In fact, most of the research shows it’s unnecessary and can even be harmful to vulnerable populations.
See our other guides to view the plethora of research we’ve collected from entities like PubMed.
It all supports low, not high, intensity PEMF devices.
See actual relevant and professional bodies of research detailing the best frequencies, intensities, and waveforms in the health mat industry so that you can determine the most natural and safe PEMF configurations available to you.
When it concerns your health, anecdotal and irrelevant information just doesn’t make the cut.
PEMF has three main characteristics:
All three components vary greatly from device to device and brand to brand.
As mentioned above, MagnaWave’s distinguishes its brand by offering only high intensity devices.
Yet, 10 of the 11 a MagnaWave PEMF devices fail to tell the consumer the intensity within the written product description.
We’ve reviewed innumerable devices and brands offering PEMF health mats, and most all of them are very forthright and clear on the specs and configurations of their devices.
After all, it’s proprietary configurations that set most brands apart in the health mat industry.
For example, Bemer’s mat configuration is 10 Hz or 33 Hz and 0.035 – 0.35 Gauss, and HealthyLine Platinum mat’s configuration is a customizable 1-25 Hz and up to 3 Gauss.
There’s rarely an issue for the consumer in determining the exact waveform, intensity, and frequency used by any mainstream PEMF offering.
This isn’t the case for MagnaWave.
Unfortunately, MagnaWave does not list the specs and configurations for the majority of their products underneath each product’s description.
The B2 was the only MagnaWave product that we found to offer any degree of comprehensive info.
For the other 10 products, the consumer must sit through lengthy video content to get partial answers on their desired product’s specs and configurations.
We didn’t find any of this very user-friendly or consumer-centric, especially when you consider that the Regeneration website, which is another brand’s exact equivalent to the B2, features each product’s frequencies and intensities very clearly.
We finally located the MagnaWave waveform type on their FAQ page.
Again, this isn’t listed within the product description for each device.
The waveform is said to be a rectangular or square wave that “rings out” sawtooth waves.
From an oscilloscope perspective, we can’t show you that exact waveform shape, and MagnaWave doesn’t offer their own visuals.
The consumer is left to make an assumption.
Our own best guess is that the pulse initiates as a rectangular/square wave before subsiding into a sawtooth form.
This is a question we highly recommend speaking to a customer service rep about before making a purchase.
Other than the B2 device, MagnaWave doesn’t list any of the frequencies for their devices.
Based on our experience, we can only tell you that the number of frequencies available will typically decrease with the more power a device yields.
Other similar PEMF products in the same power range offer between 3-10 frequency settings.
The MagnaWave B2 offers frequencies from 0.5-100 Hz via eight different programs.
Note that each frequency is specific to a particular program, meaning they aren’t selectable one-by-one.
Each frequency setting is associated with a different brain wavelength:
- Delta: 0.5Hz – 4Hz – used for sleep enhancement and transcendental meditation.
- Alpha: 8Hz – 14Hz- used for light visualization and meditation.
- Theta: 4Hz – 8Hz – used for enhanced creativity and relaxation.
- Beta: 14Hz – 30Hz – used for mental alertness, concentration, and focus.
- Gamma: 25Hz – 100Hz – used for alertness, insights, and increased brain activity.
- Sweep programs: operate between the different wavelengths.
According to MagnaWave, there’s also a “Subtle Energy” therapy setting that works with all the programs.
However, they offer no details as to what the setting actually encompasses or its purposed benefits.
Did you notice how high the range is for Gamma?
The average Gamma brain wave length is between 25 and 100 Hz, but there’s a sweet spot that it typically stays – 40 Hz.
So, we urge you to be very cautious with the upper end of the scale.
Higher frequency brain wave lengths are associated with creating stress and anxiety, especially in sensitive individuals.
The body operates by adhering to fight or flight mode when stimulated, such as by a dangerous situation or stressful event.
Your heart races, your brain frequency rises, your muscles contract, etc.
It’s all to prepare you to either stand your ground for a fight or run away from danger.
If higher frequency (25 Hz and up) PEMF is applied, then the body may take it as the brain signaling the need for fight or flight.
Your body may physiologically respond just as if there was a real threat, and it’s a very uncomfortable and potentially dangerous result.
The brain will need time to calm down and evaluate that there isn’t actually a threat.
So, symptoms may take a while to return to the Alpha and Beta wavelength ranges, which are considered the normal operating frequency range.
Consumers should note that the threshold is different for every individual.
Some users experience the uncomfortable physical and metal symptoms with as little as 25 Hz.
Others may be more tolerant up to 30Hz.
In any case, we recommend starting with the lowest frequency level and cautiously working your way up only after discussing it with your primary healthcare provider.
First, we noted that MagnaWave refers to the B2’s PEMF as “low-intensity.”
With a max intensity of 500 Gauss, we must caution potential buyers that 500 Gauss is not even close to the industry standard and scientific use of “low intensity.”
You cannot adjust the intensity of the B2.
Your intensity options are purely within the preset frequency programs.
The brand lists the “average” intensity of the B2 device as 500 Gauss.
In the B2 product description, it also has intensity as a “maximum” of 500 Gauss, which the brand states is 15 times more powerful than any competitive product.
What’s unclear is if all programs run at this intensity, and, if so, which ones?
We searched high and low for an answer.
We didn’t locate it anywhere within the MagnaWave site.
Compared to the MagnaWave Maia Duo, which applies up to 10,000 Gauss that’s enough to feel the literal thud of the applicator, 500 Gauss seems like a small amount, right?
In reality, when compared to industry standards and research, this is the extreme of the extreme, though.
It brings us back to the central question of if high, extreme intensity is better or more beneficial?
We point you to our page on PEMF intensities, which shows that the vast body of research will not show high intensity to be more effective or efficient.
In fact, it reveals some startling facts that the high-intensity PEMF device market doesn’t want you to know.
You may be asking yourself what the best PEMF therapy is by now.
If so, we have a guide for that, too.
We use PubMed as our research pool to break every facet down for you in easy to understand language.
In the meantime, we invite you to take a look at a very interesting compilation study on EMF and it’s negative and positive impacts on stem cells (11).
It named the most commonly used range of PEMF as 0.1–3 mT, which is 15–75 Hz, and it recognized that studies using higher parameters have largely shown inconclusive, ineffective, or even adverse results.
This doesn’t support high-intensities.
MagnaWave Prices And Sizes
Of MagnaWave’s 11 device offerings, the B2 is the only product we feel is intended for home use.
The other models are so costly and high in intensity that they seem to be marketed toward clinical settings.
Even then, we would be interested in knowing the buyer’s value-point in selecting such an intense PEMF application without any research pointing to benefits or safety.
Most of the devices are manufactured by either PEMF Systems Inc. or PEMF Solutions.
Most also feature two style options – table-top units that are more geared to be used in a dedicated space and suitcase editions that are more travel friendly.
The B2 is the only device that features small pad applicators.
The rest of the devices are sold with loop-style applicators.
Unfortunately, you’ll have to look elsewhere, such as Bemer or HealthyLine, to find a full body applicator that’s included with your purchase.
At MagnaWave, you can purchase a body mat applicator, but the Oasis Mat will cost you an extra $2,650 atop the cost of your B2 device.
This will run your total up to a minimum of $6,600 pre-tax.
As a cost comparison, Bemer includes two therapies and an inclusive full body mat for just over $4,000, and Bemer is considered a brand with some of the most inflated prices in the PEMF niche due to their MLM marketing model.
Thankfully, MagnaWave is more forthcoming in their pricing than their product specs.
Note that all prices per-tax USD:
- MagnaWave Semi 3 – $5,950
- MagnaWave Semi 5 – $6,950
- MagnaWave Sol – $7,950
- MagnaWave Vesta Duo – $12,950
- MagnaWave B2 – $3,950
- MagnaWave Pulse Pro – $12,950
- MagnaWave Julian – $14,950
- MagnaWave Julian Duo – $18,950
- MagnaWave Maxx – $20,950
- MagnaWave Maia – $20,950
- MagnaWave Maia Duo – $24,950
According to the MagnaWave website, all devices are tested by third parties for safety.
This is stated multiple times across the website and in marketing materials.
Yet, MagnaWave never links to these results or even specifies what entity performed the testing.
That’s a huge leap of trust when a consumer is spending up to $25,000 or more for a product.
MagnaWave also touts that they have a CE marking, which indicates that the brand’s products conform to the European Conformity Standards.
It means that the electronic product has been assembled to regulation format.
Basically, faulty wiring won’t make your product explode in mid-air.
The thing that consumers need to realize about a CE marking is that no one actually tests or vets the device.
The manufacturer simply self-declares they’ve followed the rules, and they get to stamp their device with a CE marking.
The exception to this is if the CE marking has a serial number embedded, which indicates the date in which the product was independently tested by the EU.
MagnaWave FDA Approval
If you look at our other PEMF health mat reviews, such as for HealthyLine and Bemer, you’ll find that most all major brands are either FDA approved or cleared.
There’s a big difference.
The MagnaWave is not FDA approved.
Their website indicates that they’re in the process of getting approved, but we noted that this company isn’t a newcomer.
They’ve been in business for over 15 years.
Most therapeutic medical devices are not required to get FDA approval.
They just need clearance via a 501(K) form to show that they fit an existing category of medical devices with the same primary intent and benefits.
It’s how the FDA streamlines medical devices coming into the market that are almost identical to an existing product that’s already gone through all the rigorous testing.
Generally, only novel medical devices will need to go through the lengthy approval process, which can cost thousands to millions of dollars.
We searched the FDA’s 501(k) database , which we invite you to do for any medical device you plan to purchase.
The search returned no results for neither clearance nor approval for MagnaWave.
MagnaWave Production & Distribution
As a distributor, not a manufacturer, MagnaWave doesn’t actually make anything.
They sell PEMF products that are manufactured by other companies.
After an extensive search, we were able to isolate these manufacturers to two brands – PEMF Systems Inc for most, and PEMF Solutions for the SOL and Pulse Pro systems.
We briefly vetted both manufacturers.
They are USA-based companies, and they have several resellers.
Most of the resellers, including Magna-Wave, apply their own private label (name and branding) to the devices.
If the product’s are all the same, why does it matter what vendor is used?
This is a matter of brand trust, pricing, and customer service.
All three elements will greatly vary from vendor to vendor.
We can say that MagnaWave has excellent product packaging and their customer service appears to be adequate, but brand trust is questionable considering the research faux pas and missing configuration information.
We found that resellers across these two manufacturers most commonly sell the Maxx device/PMT 120.
Healthy To Be, for example, has the above device for several hundred dollars cheaper than MagnaWave’s Maxx label (13).
We invite you to compare some more top resellers that stock many of same MagnaWave products, including,
- Pulse 4 Life PEMF
- Davinci Medical USA
- Pulse 4 Life
- Replenishing Technologies
- Get Pulsed
- Feel the PEMF
- Regeneration Devices
You’ll get a 30-day money back guarantee with your B2 or any MagnaWave purchase.
We discovered that this guarantee is actually issued by the product’s manufacturer; MagnaWave simply acts to pass it along to the consumer.
Simply repack your like-new product and return it to MagnaWave within 30 days of purchase.
You pay the shipping and handling, which is par for the course with most any product these days.
Your refund will also be minus a “restocking fee.”
We found that a restocking fee is quite common in the health mat/PEMF niche.
HealthyLine is the only brand we’ve found that doesn’t charge a restocking fee and offers 100 percent money back guarantees. See our HealthyLine Platinum mat review to learn more.
You get a three-year warranty with MagnaWave products, with the option for an extended seven-year warranty that covers manufacturer’ defects.
In the case of the extended warranty, it appears that you’ll pay $700 or less to repair the machine.
It sounds like a lot, but you do have to remember that the cost of MagnaWave’s machines goes up to $25,000.
The three-year warranty covers workmanship defects that are the manufacturer’s fault.
You pay for the malfunctioning/broken device to be shipped back to the manufacturer, who will then check the machine for tampering, abuse, or misuse.
If none are the case, the warranty replaces the old device with a new or refurbished device.
Where To Purchase A MagnaWave
MagnaWave isn’t an MLM.
Many in the health mat niche, such as Bemer, opt to use their customer pool as a huge portion of their sales force.
Considering the already extraordinary prices at MagnaWave, we don’t see how the brand could take the price inflation of MLM.
Instead, MagnaWave is a direct to consumer reseller, and they mainly use two avenues for sales.
They sell on their own website.
They also sell under the MagnaWave name on Amazon.
Of note, we checked out a couple of their product listings, including the B2 model.
The product “features and details” incorrectly list MagnaWave as the “manufacturer” on all the listings, and the description fails to be forthright in alerting the consumer that MagnaWave is the reseller of the product, not its manufacturer.
We found the same products by a number of different resellers with better pricing and more forthcoming descriptions and specs.
However, they, too have the same issue of not providing any supporting research as to why/how high-intensity PEMF is a superior choice to low-intensity PEMF.
If you’ve decided that MagnaWave is the ideal PEMF product for you, we strongly encourage you to discuss high-intensity PEMF with your primary care physician to avoid negative effects.
Considering a top price of $25,000 for a single-therapy device, we also encourage you to shop around other resellers of the same MagnaWave “labeled” devices for better prices and more comprehensive facts and features about the product.
Given the warranty and guarantee is actually fulfilled by the manufacturer, not MagnaWave, these should be congruent offerings across any reseller.
Lastly, we recommend using our other guides to explore multi-therapy devices so that your can make the most informed decision on the configuration of waveform, intensities, and frequencies in relation to your unique health goals; therapy options to coordinate from PEMF, negative ion, red light, FIR, and crystal therapies; and the applicator styles and options to either target focus on a specific area or broadly encompass the entire body.
In the above, look to research that supports natural therapies and best configurations, which we offer an extensive overview of on our other pages.
Given that products like the HealthyLine Platinum exist to offer more value, better pricing, more customer assurances, and safer and more natural specs that align with PEMF scientific evidence, we continue to support it as our most highly recommended product.
Richard Hoover is a PEMF expert and content contributor to PEMF Advisor. With a bachelor’s degree in physics and multiple certifications in natural health programs, he is one of the best PEMF experts around.