Is My Electric Car Killing Me?

Back in 2015, I jumped on the bandwagon and purchased a Tesla. I love new and innovative technology and was part of the new wave of electric car owners. Like DDT, which took fifty years of use to rear its ugly head, how long will it take for the automotive industry to admit the dangers of sitting on a huge battery on a daily basis? DDT is extremely toxic and can manifest as heart problems, neurologic problems, immune problems, and even cancer, to name a few maladies. Sitting within a huge magnetic field, an EV car battery, on a daily basis will cause systemic inflammation. The medical establishment has already documented that inflammation is the basis of all degenerative diseases. How many years will it take for the automotive industry to acknowledge this fact? Judging from past history, I predict it will take ten to twenty years before the culprits admit the dangers, if at all. What does the average owner of an EV or hybrid do in the meantime?

The answer is simple. One must use a device to negate the magnetic field that envelops them. How can this be accomplished? It’s easy. Wear a Tesla Energy Card®. I knew when I purchased my Tesla that I would be exposed to a powerful magnetic field. The light bulb went on for me pretty quickly. I imprinted one of my Tesla Energy Cards® with scalar energy and eighteen healing frequencies. I never leave home without it. I conveniently place the card in my shirt pocket to protect me while driving. The frequency field produced by the Tesla Energy Card® helps to neutralize the magnetic field of the battery. As has been stated by many philosophers, “necessity is the mother of all inventions.” Unfortunately, we are all exposed to electromagnetic frequencies in our environment. Just check your smartphone for a Wi-Fi connection and you will see many of your neighbor’s signals show up on your phone. By wearing the Tesla Energy Card®, you will gain protection against this pervasive nemesis.

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About The Author

Dr. Gerald H. Smith is certified by the World Organization for Natural Medicine to practice natural medicine globally. He is also a certified dental practitioner. His broad base of post-graduate training in dentistry and natural medicine enabled him to integrate many health care specialties.