Quantum Energy Wellness Bed
Quantum Energy Wellness Bed
The Quantum Energy Wellness Bed is a titanium-lined wellness bed that uses heat, sound, and quantum energy to create a standing quantum field, supporting the body to reach optimum wellness.
Weight: 140 lbs
Height: 21.5 inches
Length: 76.25 inches
Width: 33.5 inches
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These products and any health statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease. Seek the advice of your qualified and licensed health care practitioner prior to starting any changes in your health regimen including the use of the QE Wellness Bed.
The human body is vastly intelligent and more than capable of repairing and maintaining itself. All the body needs are the right resources.
The Quantum Energy Wellness Bed was designed to recreate the natural resources we lack through a powerful combination of heat, sound, microcurrent, and quantum energy, assisting the body to reach total-body wellness.
The QE Wellness Bed condenses the powerful healing properties of nature, simulating the effect of many days spent in a forest through only a short, 30-minute session on the bed.
Technologies Behind the QE Wellness Bed
The Quantum Energy Wellness Bed combines several powerful modalities, including far infrared heat, sound, and microcurrent stimulation. Together, these synergistic modalities generate a standing quantum field as well as biophotons—light particles that the body can absorb.
Far Infrared Heat
The QE Wellness Bed generates far infrared thermal heat, which can help promote blood circulation, detoxification and lymphatic cleansing, relief from discomfort and soreness, and deep relaxation.
Built-in speakers emit sound waves through the bed’s plating, amplifying the effects of the QE Wellness Bed and facilitating a powerful sound healing journey.
The QE Wellness Bed utilizes microcurrent stimulation, an electrotherapy that has been proven to increase circulation, promote cellular healing, and reduce discomfort and soreness.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the QE Wellness Bed and how does it work?
The QEWellness Bed is a titanium-lined wellness bed that uses heat, sound, and quantum energy to create a standing quantum field, allowing the body an opportunity to reach optimum wellness.
Who is the QE Wellness Bed for?
The QE Wellness Bed was made for anyone who wishes to maintain a general state of health and wellbeing.
What does the QE Wellness Bed support people with?
When combined with healthy lifestyle decisions, the QE Wellness Bed can improve general wellness in relation to physical fitness, relaxation and stress management, sleep management, and more.
Will the QE Wellness Bed cure [disease]?
The QE Wellness Bed promotes general wellness of the body and may be supportive of your personal metabolism and physiology. Specific studies have not been conducted in a way that would support any specific medical claims.
The QE Wellness Bed and any associated health statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and they are not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease.
How much does the QE Wellness Bed cost?
The first 100 beds sold are priced at $37,000 USD each. The next 100 beds will cost $42,000 USD each. After that, the beds will cost $55,000 USD each. Currently, we are in the process of selling the first 100 beds, and therefore the QE Wellness Bed is priced at $37,000 USD.
Who invented the QE Wellness Bed?
The Quantum Energy Wellness Bed was created by Ralph Suddath, an American inventor and the CEO of Quantum Med Tech.
Where is the QE Wellness Bed made?
The beds are manufactured in Alabama by Quantum Med Tech.
Is the QE Wellness Bed safe?
The QE Wellness Bed uses safe, noninvasive, and low-risk modalities to facilitate the general improvement of human health. Users are encouraged to immediately discontinue use if they experience any discomfort while using the QEWB.
How can I locate the nearest bed to me for a session?
Currently, there are four QE Wellness Bed locations (Hawaii, Wisconsin, Texas, and Vancouver) that offer sessions to the public. If you’d like to schedule a session at one of these facilities, please contact the facility directly:
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