TESLA WAVE BODY SIMS FOR WELLNESS
TESLA WAVE BODY SIMS™ FOR WELLNESS
Support and Defend the Immune System
We have all experienced the common cold-sore throat, sneezing, stuffy or runny nose and watery
eyes. But did you know colds are the main reason children miss school and adults miss work? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that children miss 22 million school days every year due to the common cold.1 Some estimates show that Americans have 1 billion colds per year!2 That’s a lot of sick time! And because infections spread through the air and personal contact, it can be difficult to protect yourself.
Tesla Wave Body SIMs™ for Wellness naturally protect your health and help accelerate recovery. Tesla Wave Body SIMs use electromagnetic waves to safely stimulate acupoints. Studies have shown that acupuncture boosts the immune system by increasing white blood cell counts. It also protects the body by boosting natural defenses, speeding recovery and minimizing adverse effects.3
+ SUPPORTS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
+ BOOSTS NATURAL DEFENSES
+ AIDS NATURAL PROCESSES OF THE BODY
+ MINIMIZES ADVERSE EFFECTS
Place Tesla Wave Body SIMs for Wellness on the top and bottom of the forearm, three finger-widths above the wrist. Then place SIMs below each clavicle (collarbone) and in the hollow of the throat. For additional support, place SIMs on the outside of the elbow crease and in the hollows at the base of each side of the skull. Tesla Wave Body SIMs are most effective when you are properly hydrated so please drink plenty of water.
“I tried the Tesla Wave Body SIMs for Wellness and they worked great! All of my family was getting sick so I put on several Tesla Wave Body SIMs for Wellness and I didn’t get sick. Several weeks later, I started feeling like I was getting sick. I applied the Wellness SIMs again and I didn’t get sick. I love the tesla Wave Body SIMs for Wellness because they don’t contain any drugs that leave me tired or dizzy and they rejuvenate my immune system!”
– ANNIE, UTAH
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2016. “Common Cold.”
WebMD. 2016. “Cold, Flu & Cough Health Center.”
Remedy’s Health. 2015. “Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment for Colds & Flu.”