It is a little green disk which claims to draw natural vital energy into the body to promote health. Measuring just a few inches across, it functions as a simple antenna device with no radiation, electricity or magnetism.
Cosmic radiation therapy
To understand how this gizmo works (or doesn’t!), you need a grasp the concept of cosmic radiation. An understanding of quantum physics and how everything is made up of sub-atomic particles will also help.
About a century ago, Nikola Tesla used his understanding of these subjects to prove the existence of scalar waves*, which he said is the cosmic energy surrounding us. Tesla postulated that this energy was vital to all forms of life and that our bodies need to be nourished by it.
Tesla believed that as we age or become ill, our bodies do not absorb this energy so well. This theory was refined in the 1930s by Dr. Georges Lakhovsky, who invented the Lakhovsky antenna. This is a large copper alloy ring which acts as a vortex to transmit and amplify these energy frequencies **.
This resulted in Dr. Dino Tomić inventing the PolarAid, which claims to capture these frequencies in a portable device for personal. He declares that it ‘offers an energy medicine interface with quantum and bio-resonance to enhance acupuncture and other modalities’.
But if this type of new age alternative therapy is your thing, all you need to do is place your Natural Health Disc from PolarAid on your forehead, or a chakra point. That is it!
‘Leaving it there for around 5-10 minutes will energise the lower chakras, while the sixth and seventh chakra should be limited to 1-3 minutes exposure’.
Indeed, you do not even have to place it on your forehead, as it is claimed users improve their sleep when the disc is placed by their beds. Even if you can’t get to sleep – no worries. Throw it into your garden as it is claimed it is good for your plants.
So to answer your questions >
What does Tonic think? Best not to.
What not to ask? Can I get it on the NHS.
Is it for you? Not before you have grasped a sprinkling of stardust mixed with a dollop of wishful thinking.
When to wear? Glastonbury or at Glastonbury solstice.
When not to wear? When anyone can see you, or when phoning Tonic as scalar wave therapy* could confuse us.
Does it work? Being overly susceptible to suggestion is a great healing aid. At $80 + you are certainly incentivised to believe you invested wisely; (if you want to try chaka healing therapy on the cheap, the Polarix Pain Relief Disc is less expensive).
Footnotes > * Scalar waves are based on the concept of electromagnetic waves that works outside physics as we know it.
** The concepts of all life forms being made up of vibrational molecules of energy is nothing new. For example, in the mid-nineties The Celestine Prophecy book captured the public imagination. It stated that we are all made of vibrational molecules of energy and that there is a bigger picture other than that which is obvious to the human eyes. As vibrational beings, made up of atoms and particles, we feel and sense energy. It was argued that like Russian nesting dolls, our physical body is inside an emotional (feeling) field, which lies inside another field of mental thoughts and all are encompassed within a spiritual field.