Tourmaline Benefits

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Tourmaline absorbs body heat and re-radiates that heat in the form of Far Infrared energy back into the body.

Tourmaline is a therapeutic mineral that enhances the flow of chi and reduces oxidative stress, to maintain health and wellness.  Tourmaline works best at a small particle size (nano size).

The results show that tourmaline powders exhibit improved far infrared emission properties as the particle size decreases. The increased surface area increases energy and the smaller particle size will increase the power of the spontaneous polarization.  This will result in more FIR emissions.

The Tourmaline blanket is subtle but powerful.  It supports sound, deep and restful sleep and helps to generate alpha waves and serotonin.  Tourmaline can radiate an energy of 8-13Hz per second, which matches exactly to the alpha wave frequency in the human brain.

This is the second article in our series about what Tourmaline is and how we can benefit from it.  In our first article of the series we talked about Tourmaline Crystals.  Our next short read comes from Dr. Ren, America’s Holistic Sweetheart.  Read about her experience of using the tourmaline blanket for herself and her newborn.

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