iTeraCare & Implants
Can I use iTeraCare if I have implants? This question comes up a lot. Before you read my answer, make sure you read my disclaimer, and also read the official iTeraCare User Manual. Also, when I am say ‘implants’ I am referring only to implants that do not have any electronic components, such as pace makers. Anyone with a pace maker should already be well aware of the cautions they should take with any electronic device.
Please realize that the manufacturer and distributor must put out warnings about implants, as the device is a ‘Hot Air Blower’ that can generate significant heat. Compare this to warnings that are on every single product, from kids toys, to electronics, to drugs to foods and beverages. The key point is how you use it. Even water will kill you if you drink too much of it. Use the device as directed.
To ask and answer this question you need proper context. In short, I tell people all the time that you can use the iTeraCare device even if you have implants (or any type, other than electronic) – but use the low heat (no heat) mode, and use the device properly (which means don’t let it focus on one spot without movement for more than a few seconds at a time). If you have implants, or concerns, or disagree with me, then you want the long answer…
There are two concerns that I’ve heard people raise when explaining why you should not use the device if you have implants:
- The device will heat the implants.
- The implants will release toxins.
I’m going to explain to you why those concerns are nonsense, and also what the true risks are, so that you can make properly informed decisions about how you use your device.
NOTE: I’ll correct this document if I can be shown that I am incorrect by someone, such as the manufacturer (De Shang), the distributor (Prife), or anyone that can provide adequate evidence to contradict what I have here. It seems unlikely to happen, as I have been posting this information since early 2022.
So what it is about this device that is supposedly a risk for heating implants? The device generates three different forms of energy:
- Thermal (Hot Air). This is the actual risk, but can be turned off.
- Terahertz “gap” frequencies (2THz – 17THz). No known risks.
- Scalar Energy (Crystal energy). No known risks.
If you search the medical and science archives, you will find that there is no science that shows terahertz GAP frequencies can heat implants in any significant way at all. Same for crystals. At the same time, there is lots of science that shows the benefits of these technologies. So where is the risk?
The idea of releasing toxins would not be an actual fear either, as you have a wide array of materials that are designed to resist the chemicals and heat of the body (although we know most of them do leach out toxins anyway), and the device improves detox, and thus would actually aid in overcoming such a concern. Additionally, you can (and should) use additional tools (PBX, Clay, etc.) to detox any potential leaching anyway. But as I have already said, there is no science that shows any impact from the technologies incorporated by the device.
You are Asking the Wrong Question
The idea of heating the implant and releasing toxins is a bit silly, for reasons that I will further explain below. The real fear – the fear that you should worry about – is that you can cause a failure of the implant due to separation from the tissues, or worse, even rejection from the body. Those are two very serious issues that all implant technologies worry about, and all implants have some failure rate due to these concerns.
These two fears are much more serious concerns, and could be triggered by complex issues that we do not yet understand. Indeed, doctors, scientists, and implant manufacturers are often at a loss as to why an implant fails. Thankfully, the chances of failure are very small in most cases. And when it comes to iTeraCare users, I have not seen any (Note: I would not use an iTeraCare device, or any new variable on a new implant. I would wait until we know that the body has accepted the implant and bonded with it).
Ironically, those are actual fears, and nobody in the iTeraCare community ever mentions them because they are simply following marketing narratives – silly narratives that talk about ‘heating the bones.’ That idea is false. For myself, I was concerned about the two reasons I just explained – rejection and separation from tissue; however, after a year of seeing people with all types of implants having incredible results with no ill effects, my fears are gone (although I remain cautious and vigilant). We are a long way from having fun understanding of the human body, so there are risks in everything we do. However, I have yet to see one person report failure or rejection of any type of implant, anywhere in the body. I have heard only spectacular results, even from people that ‘abuse’ the device and use heat on their implants (which I still do not recommend).
Let’s Talk About Heat
All concerns are always voiced as being from the heat. But that is thermal heat (i.e. setting 3 on the Classic), as this device is only formally acknowledged as being a ‘Hot Air Blower.’ Read the box and the manuals, and there is nothing about terahertz frequencies or crystals.
In any case, without the thermal heat, ‘heat risk’ to implants is actually a ridiculous notion if you think about it for just a minute. Consider a couple of examples to give you context:
- A fever (imagine 104F) will expose all implants to a constant heat that is far far greater than anything the device could ever do on the cool settings. Your body is literally baking everything inside it for a week, by as much as 7% above body temperature. You would never be able to give an implant any significant length of exposure, as the device is always moving (if used properly).
- Certainly we should not focus on an implant, especially with the heat; however, you can even test this idea easily and see that the device cannot heat up anything that you hold in your hand.
- Saunas, NIR and FIR lights, hot tubs, and all kinds of heat therapy can heat the body much more than an iTeraCare device can, and yet people with implants have been using such things without issues. Even people with breast implants use such devices.
- Keep in mind that infrared devices (NIR and FIR) are actually designed to heat the body, and yet they are also deemed safe for all types of implants. While infrared is terahertz, as is all visible light and ultraviolet light, it is not the terahertz ‘gap’ frequency of iTeraCare.
- How about drinking piping hot coffee, tea, soup, food, etc.? That is more direct heat and more exposure on dental fillings and implants than anything iTeraCare can do, and yet we don’t even have warnings about that. The implants are designed to resist the heat (and chemicals).
So in summary, we have a number of known influences that can raise the temperature of implants at least 7% beyond body temperature, and yet none of them are an issue. iTeraCare has no chance to doing any such thing, unless you used the high heat and did not follow proper directions.
Now, unfortunately, the Premium iTeraCare device has no low heat setting, so I would not point that at any implant, or at my head. (Although the Premium is likely still effective even without pointing it directly at the body, as we do not know the area of effect for the terahertz gap frequency or scalar energy; but that is another conversation).
Let’s take another perspective. Do you know how much radiation a notebook computer generates? Quite a lot, and in a lot of different frequencies that we know are not good for us, including microwave radiation! (Take a look at my comparisons between iTeraCare and my notebook, iPad, iPhone, and Hair Dryer with an EMF meter). No matter how long you type on a keyboard, your rings do not heat up, and there are no warnings about avoiding keyboards when you have implants in your hands.
Also keep in mind that iTeraCare, like other safe electronics equipment, has been certified by the FCC in the US, and their sister agencies in other parts of the world. The device has spent many years in development, testing, and certification, and comes with the labels on the box.
I would love to have anyone challenge me on this topic, as there is so much misinformation out there, and there is also no transparency about how the device actually works. The idea of ‘heating the bones’ is completely false, and we should not continue to repeat this idea. The thermal heat can certainly burn you, but (to my knowledge) without that you will not affect the internal temperature or composition of any foreign components in the body. I’ve been saying this for six months, and nobody has shown me any science to contradict me. But my mind is always open to learning!
In the mean time, you must decide for yourself if you want to use an iTeraCare device. My goal is simply to give you the most truthful that I can acquire.