The IGEF, the International Gesellschaft für Elektrosmog Forschung, completed a scientific study on the effect of the Akaija in January 2012. This institute has already examined many instruments, tools and personal protective equipment in the field of EMF for effectiveness.
In 2019, this study was repeated under 5G conditions, and the Akaija’s passed the test effortlessly. Also tested and certified was the 55cm stainless steel Akaija RVS for home and garden.
Measured by heart-frequency variability. For convenience, compare that to an instrumental version of Eastern pulse diagnostics. A healthy heart can perform optimally under all conditions and shows a dynamic graph of peaks and valleys. A heart under stress, e.g. due to radiation from EMF, shows a much flatter graph, indicating that such a heart apparently has difficulty doing its job properly. It is, as it were, squeezed shut. The functioning of the heart is, because it occupies such an important place in our body, and therefore also within the entire health care system, very extensively studied by science.
The test method of measuring heart rate-variety is used in thousands of hospitals and laboratories by doctors, specialists and scientists all over the world. This method is no longer scientifically refutable. Even in short-term studies, the reproducibility of the results with modern measuring equipment in heart rate-variability has been confirmed. Therefore, it is no longer necessary to repeatedly conduct double-blind studies of this kind (this would be very difficult for your diagnosis in the cardiac clinic); after all, the basis for this has long since been laid.
Thus, this test method can be used to examine the effect of, for example, drugs, treatments, tools, forms of therapy, etc., on the heart rate-variability. In this way the effect of the Akaija on the heart-frequency-variability of people under different circumstances can be observed and the results can be taken just as seriously as those of the more common means.
The Normal and the Bold Akaija, as well as the double Akaija-Iloa have been tested as a tool on a group of 18 people, where in most cases the graph and the measurement values were clearly better. In scientific terms it is thus demonstrated that wearing the Akaija gives ‘significant improvement of measurement values’. Who is interested can get the full test report from us. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Actually, the report again raises many new questions, but that’s science… what’s going on? Why is this or that happening? What are we actually dealing with? What does this mean for us, and for other areas of research. Etc.
Therefore, the researcher’s emails are especially interesting to read.
1st Email, prior to the research
“Because I wanted to experience the working of the Akaija’s without prejudging myself, I have deliberately not read all the background information you told me beforehand, or mentioned on your website. However, I hadn’t counted on it, that especially the Akaija-Iloa (Ø 2.1 cm) would have such a strong effect on me, that I was totally overwhelmed. Only after 1 to 2 days of this effect >psychic old age< the positive effect prevailed.
When I then read that there were already experiences of users of the Akaija and established that I had gone through similar psychological and physical processes, it became clear to me what a valuable and useful development the Akaija is.”
2nd Email, ongoing research
“The investigations are now in full swing, as we were able to work simultaneously with several Akaija. The measurements were more elaborate than we are used to, because some of the measurement results were so incredible that we had to repeat the measurements many times.
Just now I concluded a test series with a 75-year-old captain. This ironman did not believe that wearing the Akaija (normal Ø 1.9cm) could have even the slightest effect on the adaptability of his heart under different loads. For a week we did the first measurements with him under different load situations. Without Akaija, the measurement values were between 40 and 60% of the possible 100%. Where 100% is the theoretically possible maximum value of the test subjects’ ability to regulate the heart rate and to adapt the vegetative nervous system to the presented electrosmog loads.
He then wore the Akaija on a cord almost continuously for 4 days. When we repeated the measurements of heart rate, variability under the same load situations, he reached over 95% three times, and the other values were all above 90%. Then he took off the Akaija and we repeated the measurements. All the readings were between 60 and 70%.
If I hadn’t taken these measurements myself, I wouldn’t have been able to believe it!”