Quantum wellness is changing lives.


It’s no secret we love our chips!   No, not Pringles, we love bioenergetic information chips from Akury!   The chips are precision crafted holograms that hold a specific frequency designed to resonate with our electromagnetic field.  Just like supplements can help us biologically, these chips help us on the quantum level.

The chips are tiny, smaller than a quarter but very powerful!  They come in a handy round plastic case but secure bracelets are also available. Carry a chip close to your body to experience the benefits of the chip’s frequency.


From the Akury website:

“AkuRy products function on the accepted principle of quantum physics that everything that exists oscillates or vibrates in its own characteristic manner. Vibrations form the basis upon which both mechanical and digital clocks function, in addition to computer chips which all exploit the crystal quartz’ powerful capacity to oscillate.

When geopathic interference, electrosmog or environmental factors affect the natural vibrations of living things and therefore create imbalance, the organism is constantly forced to use up vital energy stores in order to maintain self-regulation.

This is where AkuRy’s innovative products can help. Thanks to detailed research, we’ve succeeded in copying the natural oscillations of living things and storing them in a specially-designed medium. Based upon this principle, we provide products which greatly benefit those looking to attain good health and wellbeing.”

We’ve known for months how this innovative line of products can help clients with a variety of issues.  This past winter the University of Mainz conducted random testing of the effects of the chips on both the human brain and Heart Rate Variability.  The results speak for themselves.

It’s very exciting news for us in the quantum wellness field!

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” – Nikola Tesla


Random Testing HRV und EEG en

The left side shows the affected areas of the brain, where the individual chips start to work. This was
measured with one of the most modern EEGs with 124 channels. At the same time the heart rate
variability was measured. Both measurement methods are recognized by orthodox medicine and
show the efficiency of the individual chips.
Worth knowing
Electroencephalography (EEG) is a method of medical diagnostics and neurological research to
measure the total electrical activity of the brain by recording the voltage fluctuations on the surface
of the head. The electroencephalogram (also abbreviated to EEG) is the graphic representation of
these fluctuations. Besides electroneurography (ENG) and electromyography (EMG), the EEG is a
standard examination method in neurology. (Excerpt from Wikipedia)
What is heart rate variability?
HRV describes the change in the intervals between 2 heartbeats. It is measured in milliseconds (the
thousandth of a second). The greater the variability (i.e. the more different the individual distances
from each other are), the better. Why is greater variability better?
One would actually assume that it is healthy if the heart beats as evenly as possible. In fact, exactly
the opposite is the case - but why?
Every human being has a large number of measuring receptors in his body that provide important
feedback information for controlling the heart in order to optimally supply the entire body with
blood. The heart rate is controlled in its sequence by the autonomic nervous system, i.e. the
interplay between sympathicus and parasympathicus. If this influence works well, a strong variation
of the heartbeat intervals develops and indicates an optimal adaptation and thus has a relieving
effect on the entire organism. Heart rate variability (HRV) shows how adaptable an organism is. Thus
it represents a meaningful and hardly influenceable measure for health. A variable heartbeat
indicates a good state of health, whereas a constant to rigid pulse is to be regarded as a warning sign.
How should HRV be interpreted?
The recording of HRV enables the quantitative representation of the parasympathetic and
sympathetic modulation of the heart rate. The determination of HRV via the derivation of the
electrocardiogram is a non-invasive examination method. The behaviour of HRV under stress can
provide information about the balance of the autonomic nervous system. Pathological HRV has been
demonstrated in connection with various diseases such as depression or coronary heart disease. The
autonomic nervous system is responsible for many functions that we cannot deliberately influence
such as heart activity, blood pressure, breathing depth, thermoregulation, digestion, gastro-intestinal
motor function, bladder emptying, etc. The autonomic nervous system is responsible for many of
these functions. In addition, the ANS is also significantly influenced by the limbic system, the seat of
our feelings and emotions. This in turn also determines the hormone system. This is the reason why
chronic stress, but also mental stress, can make you ill, because emotions and bodily functions are
inseparably linked!
The parasympathetic modulation is reduced in comparison to a healthy person, but the sympathetic
activity is increased.
- HRV thus reflects the organism's ability to adapt to its environment.
- HRV can also be used as a precaution to determine a person's resilience and stress management,
In chronic stress, the sympathetic nervous system predominates and dominates the parasympathetic
nervous system. The balance between sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous
system is disturbed. High HRV is an expression of well-being and sympathovagal balance. The
sympathetic nervous system can be compared to an accelerator pedal - the parasympathetic nervous
system is the brake.