Envirochip offers innovative solution to electromagnetic radiation risks

(PR.co.nz) Growing scientific and public concern about the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation is stimulating increasing demand in New Zealand for products that protect us from our devices.

The groundswell in “the better safe than sorry” sentiment was one of the reasons that prompted local company Sales Concepts to make India’s massively successful CONCEPT® Envirochip® – a patented radiation harmoniser for mobile phones, tablets, WiFi routers and computers – available in New Zealand.

National manager for the electronics retailer, Ajit Srivastava, said increasing reports of electromagnetic hypersensitivity can no longer be ignored, even if many in the scientific and medical communities remain dubious.

“In the 1930s you had doctors smoking cigarettes and telling us there was no evidence that tobacco was harmful, so I think it’s understandable that the public is dubious when it comes to the ‘lack of evidence’ argument.

I think most people would rather do what they can now to prevent the harmful affects of electromagnetic radiation on human health, than look back in ten years with an ‘if only’ attitude,” he said.

Mr Srivastava’s comments, and the launch of Envirochip in New Zealand, follow on from a French court’s recent award of a disability grant to Marine Richards – a former broadcaster – who suffers nausea, headaches, fatigue and heart palpitations as a result of EHS.

Earlier this year a group of 190 scientists from 39 countries appealed to the United Nations, UN member states and the World Health Organisation (WHO) to adopt more protective guidelines for electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the face of increasing evidence of risk.

The Envirochip’s technology (which disrupts the constant flow of electromagnetic radiation) was originally developed by Syenergy Environics Ltd. – on site at India’s State-owned Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) six years ago – when the company was called in to correct high electromagnetic radiation levels at the plant.

“For our company, doing business is as much a social commitment as it is a commercial commitment. The Envirochip gives us an opportunity to introduce Indian know-how and innovation to New Zealand, but in a way that makes a social contribution to the health of our nation.

“India introduced the world to yoga and the ‘life science’ of the Ayurveda system of natural healing, and we see the Envirochip as continuing that product legacy, but one that is designed to combat modern ills,” Mr Srivastava said.

Concerns are growing about the possible carcinogenic affects of electromagnetic radiation in New Zealand and internationally, particularly because the World Health Organisation (WHO) reports that scientists have been unable to assess the long term implications – even as devices adopt more and more powerful processors.

“The fact that cell phone manufacturer’s user manuals – in the small print – recommend limiting usage of six minutes for every one-hour period, and advise users to keep the phone 15 – 25mm away from the body, should be of concern to all of us.

“Children are particularly at risk. Five-year-olds absorb twice as much radiation from mobile phones than adults, which is why the American Academy of Paediatrics recently requested a review of EMF radiation emissions from technology devices because they are concerned about the impact on children,” Mr Srivastava said.

Media Release on 21 September 2015 by Sales Concepts

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