The Geowave has been scientifically shown to enhance the Pineal Gland

The Pineal Gland regulates the body anti-aging clock through the production of melatonin, the anti-aging hormone :

You can get old and stay healthy !

There are scientific observations that link the pineal gland’s production of melatonin to an “aging clock.” Melatonin is a chronobiologic agent produced by the pineal gland, whose chemistry is both lipophilic and hydrophilic. It easily diffuses through all bio-barriers including the blood-brain and placenta. Therefore, unlike other extracellular signals, melatonin is available to all the tissues of the body, including fetal. An ever-increasing body of experimental data shows that there are receptors for melatonin in most tissues of the human body, including neoplastic tissue (i.e. cancer cells) (Olcese, Melatonin After Four Decades, 1999). Interestingly, the nocturnal surge of melatonin is linked to the nocturnal release of growth hormone, insulin-like growth factors and other agents associated with tissue repair, maintenance and self-regeneration. These findings suggest that melatonin is an ideal candidate for the aging clock in humans.

Christopher G. Lis, MPH and James F. Grutsch, PhD – Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Regarding the 2005 scientific study involving the Geowave, the test results revealed that the Pineal Gland showed an increase in energy when the Geowave was mounted. In addition, people sleep deeper under a Geowave. The deeper sleep experienced with the Geowave hanging in their home goes hand in hand with the Pineal Gland producing just the right amount of melatonin at just the right time. This is a significant factor in why and how the body heals and regenerates better and faster with the Geowave. This kind of “positive relationship” is one of the clues why the Geowave is so successful. This combination has important effects: Better health, strengthening the immune system, contributing to younger-looking skin (by both, the deeper sleep / relaxation issue, and by the increase in melatonin), and better work performance. These positive effects together are huge in their meaning for everyday life, and also for the person’s health-care costs.

Univ-Prof. Dr. Gerhard W. Hacker, Medical Biologist, Endocrinologist, and Molecular Scientist