Testing of Toxic Materials Before and After Perfect Science


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March 6, 2013

Using Electromagnetic System (Pigg Device) See:  http://www.perfectwaters.net/EMS-Saliva-Test.html

What is Perfect Science Ayterion AguaIP?

 

Testing of MIO - Water Additive

References: 

Dr. Mercola - http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/06/04/now-they-are-trying-to-sell-you-diet-water.aspx

Potassium Sorbate Dangers and Side Effects

 

Questionable, possible toxic ingredients:

Propylene glycol, a chemical solvent that can shut down your kidneys and liver

Sucralose and acesulfame potassium - associated with respiratory problems, weight gain, migraines, kidney tumors

Potassium sorbate as a preservative - can cause allergies, diarrhea, nausea over time

Test rates from 0 to 1000, with, in this instance, 1000 showing high levels of the ingredient in MIO, i.e., higher levels of toxicity.

Propylene Glycol - 1000

Sucralose - 1000

Acesulfame Potassium - 1000

Potassium sorbate - 800

After two drops of blended ClearPS into 1.62 Fl. Oz. container of MIO:

Propylene Glycol - 0

Sucralose - 0

Acesulfame Potassium - 0

Potassium sorbate - 0

Flavor and sweetness not affected; however, the toxins have now been transformed into something beneficial to the body.

Saliva sample of anonymous client was placed on the plate of the EMS device, and the non-treated MIO was placed in line to the saliva sample.  Result:  negative return, meaning the MIO was not beneficial to the client at that time.

After adding the two drops of ClearPSIP, the MIO was again placed in line to the saliva sample.  Result:  positive return, with a rate of 1000 (very good) meaning the MIO was now being accepted as beneficial to the client's body.

 

March 6, 2013

Using Electromagnetic System (Pigg Device) See:  http://www.perfectwaters.net/EMS-Saliva-Test.html

 

Testing of Bath and Body Works Coconut Lime Verbena Volumizing Shampoo, specifically for sodium laurel sulfate

 

March 6, 2013

Using Electromagnetic System (Pigg Device) See:  http://www.perfectwaters.net/EMS-Saliva-Test.html

Reference:  Chemicals and Toxins in Shampoo -

"Sodium Laurel Sulfate. . . is a biocide that eats away at skin tissues and is retained in the body's cells on a long term basis. Known to cause the following: canker sores, skin rashes, dandruff, skin infections, skin corrosion, swelling of the hands, arms and face, eye irritation and mimics the human hormone Oestrogen."

Placed hotel sized bottle of Bath and Body Works Coconut Lime Verbena Volumizing Shampoo on plate - size is approximately 1.5 oz.

Entered frequency rate for Sodium Laurel Sulfate.  EMT returned positive result for Sodium Laurel Sulfate, rating it at 1000 (highest rating, indicating significant influence).

Placed client saliva sample on plate, with shampoo in line to the sample.  Tested and received a negative response, which indicates the shampoo is not considered beneficial to the client.

Then added two drops of blended ClearPSIP.  Placed shampoo bottle back on plate; tested; entered frequency rate for sodium laurel sulfate and tested; received a negative response, indicating that the sodium laurel sulfate was no longer impacting the shampoo.

Placed client saliva sample back on the plate with the now ClearPSIP treated shampoo.  Response was positive, indicating that the shampoo was now beneficial to the client.

Toxic sodium laurel sulfate was transformed, elevated to something beneficial within the shampoo.

 

March 13, 2013

Using Electromagnetic System (Pigg Device) See:  http://www.perfectwaters.net/EMS-Saliva-Test.html

Testing of Local Tap Water for Fluoride

References:  Dangers of Fluoride - http://www.toxicfluoride.com/category/fluoride/dangers-of-fluoride/

“'The prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system,' concludes a review of studies by researchers Valdez-Jimenez, et al. published in Neurologia (June 2011). reports the New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF)."

 

Tested local tap water in Lakeland, Florida specifically for fluoride using the EMS testing device.

2 oz. sample.

Tested for fluoride, with a positive return rated 1000 on a scale of 0 to 1000, which indicates significant influence in the sample.

Added 1 drop of Perfect Science/Ayterion Agua ClearPSIP to the 2 oz. water sample.

Retested, using the same rate for fluoride, and got a negative return, and a rating of 0 which indicates that the fluoride was now transformed.

Put the water sample without ClearPSIP in line to a client's saliva sample, and received a negative return, indicating that the water sample was not beneficial to the client.

After adding the ClearPSIP, received a postive return, indicating that the water sample was now considered beneficial to the client.  The toxic fluoride was now transformed into something beneficial to humans.