Quantum Pulse Scientific Studies

By Kathleen Christ, LMT, NCMBT and Frank LeBeau

Two major Universities have conducted clinical studies on the Quantum Pulse Machine.

The following is the conclusion of one such study:

Clinical study on Anti-aging conducted at Holos University by Dr. Ginger Bowler and Dr. Norman Shealy. -December 2005.

14 participants-subjects reported 286 symptoms before using the Quantum Pulse Machine. The same group of participants reported only 134 symptoms after using the Quantum Pulse Machine. This is a 53% reduction of overall symptoms.

Subjects used the Quantum Pulse for 3 weeks, taking 2 to 3.5 minute sessions, for a total of 9 sessions each.

100% of the subjects had a reduction in symptoms, as reported by their questionnaires. Some of the symptoms consisted of high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, low oxygen levels, pain, sleeplessness and headaches.

8 of the 14 subjects reported depression pre-study. After using the Quantum Pulse Machine 7 of the 8 subjects reported no depression.

The head of the Pathology Department at Penn State University reports pre-blood testing and post-blood testing results as follows:

Free radicals

- decreased for 9 of the 14 subjects.-

Free radicals are considered the "bad guys" or enemies of the body. Sources of free radicals include any unusual, foreign "things" coming in the body that isn't supposed to be there... poor food choices, fumes, smoking, preservatives, and chemicals to name a few. Examples of degenerative conditions caused by free radicals are Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Parkinson's, Lupus, Cataracts, and Macular Degeneration.

DHEA - increased for 10 of the 14 subjects.

The aging process is inextricably tied to a decrease in beneficial hormones, such as growth hormone, thyroid and DHEA, and an increase in hormones whose elevated levels are clearly harmful, such as insulin and cortisol. The dramatic drop in DHEA levels observed during aging parallels the development of degenerative syndromes such as immunosenescence, atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, cognitive decline, depressed mood and increased risk of cancer.

Calcitonin - increased for 8 of the 14 subjects.

Calcitonin is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the thyroid. It maintains the correct balance of calcium in the body. When serum levels are excessive, calcitonin is released. It inhibits bone resorption, allows the loss of calcium in the urine and therefore decreases calcium in the blood.