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Organifi Gold Tea

by Regina Fancy (2019-12-17)

Sure it does, but is it possible? Turns out the Organifi Gold Tea Review answer is yes, and there has been research which has allowed individuals playing video games to play better on average when they were exposed to deep ultrasound brain waves focused on a certain part of their brain for a short time period. What do you think of them apples?Well, it makes sense right? After all, brainwaves have frequencies; Alpha, Beta, Delta, Theta, etc. - I believe this is why some songs and music sells better than other music. Besides, everything in the universe operates on resonance, vibration, and frequency anyway. All minerals, molecules, elements, and living cells are affected by vibrational energy, and all states of matter are affected from various frequencies, and vibrations.Think about it snowflake formations are effected by temperature, frequency, etc. and gamma rays, and lasers causing plasma allow matter to change into a fourth state - ice, liquid water, steam, plasma all forms of water are effected by vibrational energy. Living cells too are affected, including brain cells. Okay so, obviously, there is something to this, it's just a matter of fine tuningEven scientists are finding out what I think everyone intrinsically or intuitively knew when experimenting with transcranical magnetic stimulation using EEG, fMRI, ultrasound, etc. - none of the discoveries surprise me in the least, in fact, I am quite certain of all this, solar flares effecting human behavior, trains disrupting sleep, noise causing health problems, and wind turbine ultrasound causing health issues.Just like the right vibration can cause a boost to the immune system, brain function, and positive growth of human cells. You know, someday use all of this to create devices for thought-swapping, about 5-10 years out I suppose, your smartphone could be a small chip, and your brain boosted by waves, as long as you don't run out of nutrients, brain chemicals, and keep it cool while using it, unlike cell phones too close to the ears.

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