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Debunking the Myths of Biofrequency Gadgets


Biofrequency Gadgets are a Total Scam



The Solex AO Scan claims to use bio-frequencies and electromagnetic signals to achieve homeostasis, but it's all hogwash. The references to Tesla and Einstein are red flags, and the idea of "delicate bio-frequencies" is baseless. The 170,000 "Blueprint Frequencies" have no scientific backing, and there are no reliable clinical trials supporting this technology. The concept of reading and altering these frequencies to diagnose and treat diseases is complete nonsense. In reality, the body's electrical signals are too tiny to measure in a general context. Be skeptical of any "frequency" based claims, as they are often used to sell dubious products and make unfounded claims.

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