The Germans like to resort to over-the-counter pain relievers. A proud 20 million treat chronic pain alone with all kinds of pills. But this often thoughtless approach to Ibuprofen & Co can be expensive in terms of health. According to studies, sometimes considerable side effects can be expected if analgesics are taken regularly. Warn about the risk of cardiovascular diseases, gastrointestinal complaints and kidney problems. In addition, some afflicted people become resistant and need ever higher doses. A vicious circle.
Some pain relievers don’t even work better than a placebo. With the 129 new drugs introduced since 2012, no additional benefit for the patient was found. In one third there was no superiority compared to well-known drugs. In a third, the drug only worked for some of the patients. These sobering numbers leave many affected at a loss. Therefore, they are looking for gentle alternatives to alleviate their suffering.
An interesting, rather unorthodox solution is a small, inconspicuous looking chip (Vita Chip). It is stuck on electronic devices (e.g. cell phone) and acts as a kind of biotransmitter. Its components are microscopic metals and crystals, a high magnetite content and information frequencies.
What at first sounds like a lot of esotericism is not that new among information physicians. Since the beginning of the last century, scientists have been dealing with waves, frequencies and information on the basis of which human cells work. Much of what was once laughed at is confirmed today. Communication in living systems is based on information exchange. If this communication is disturbed, complaints can arise.
The research institute RECON Freiburg recently checked the effectiveness of the Vita Chip in two studies. The head of Dr. Rainer Schneider’s main question was whether the potential pain-relieving effect is not due to other factors such as the placebo effect. The participants in the studies suffered from various types of chronic pain. They used the Vita chip for one week each and recorded the course of pain. For comparison, either no chip was used or a placebo chip.