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Moms Say…”NANOS™, Flat Battery™ BioHarmonizers” Stop Seizures
Instantly in Their Children.
Are these Electrical Safety Devices REALLY Becoming a New Trend for Seizure Management?
Las Vegas, NV Two Mothers, one in Cincinnati, OH the other in Las Vegas, NV almost 2,000 miles apart are using NANOS™, Flat Battery™ BioHarmonizers, a NANO Technology to stop their children’s seizures.
Monica Lee and her family live in Cincinnati. She heard about these NANOS™ Flat Battery Harmonizers from a friend in Chicago, IL. NANOS™ Flat Battery Harmonizer technologies were invented by a Columbia University Researcher, Rhoda Zione Alale, RN, PhD, to balance the body and bioharmonize electricity to reduce its harmful effects. They are the 2011 INPEX Gold Medal winner for the USA in a 44 nation competition.
Monica’s friend shared that engineers living in The Trump Tower of Chicago were using them in their cell phones. They also had their penthouse remediated into an ECO 180 Healthy SMART Home with different applications of the NANOS™ technology.
The friend told Monica that indoor toxins could cause cancers, heart, lung, and brain injuries, especially seizures. (www.biointiative.org/report; VIDEO: www.vimeo.com:: Saving Hailee in Las Vegas) She encouraged her to contact Dr. Alale who is also an Environmental Health Physicist, to have her home evaluated. Monica did and although the survey showed low electrical transients, Morgan, her 8 yo daughter, had risks for electromagnetic hypersensitivity to them.
One morning, at 3:30 AM, Morgan began having a seizure. Monica took the NANOS™, Flat Battery™ bioharmonizer from her cell phone and put it on her head and her seizure stopped instantly.
Today, 2 years later, Morgan is the youngest scientist in resident at The MiChi Health EpiCenter volunteering with Dr. Alale. She and her mother are documenting her progress. She is now walking, talking, enrolled in school and singing all of which she could not do before using NANOS™. Her seizures reduced from 10 – 15 per day for 5 – 8 minutes to 1 – 3 per week for 10 seconds. Her Mother discovered that a SMART METER had been put on their home. It was removed and Morgan is now having 1-2 mini seizures for less than 5 seconds in a month. She and her Mother have presented with Dr. Alale at The Cleveland Clinic, Cerebral Palsy Conference in Cincinnati and Teachers College, Columbia University in NYC.
During a TV SHOW in Dayton, OH, Dr. Alale shared Morgan’s story. Dr. LueWana Bankston was intrigued by it and purchased some NANOS™. She sent them to Mary Fuller in Las Vegas, NV for her daughter Hailee. Hailee, 7 yo, (above white dress) had been admitted into Intense Care Unit at a Children’s Hospital in Las Vegas, NV for life threatening, uncontrollable seizures. Hailee stabilized and was discharged to home on so many medications that totally overwhelmed her mother, Mary. The meds had Hailee raging like an animal. Her seizures did not stop either. Hailee was bed wetting, shaking, seizing 6 -7 times per night also. She appeared to be going through symptoms of drug hypersensitivity too.
This continued for a month after Hailee’s hospitalization. Then Mary decided to see if the NANOS™ would work. She placed the NANOS™ Flat Battery 1 inch square in a locket and placed it around Hailee’s neck. She did not think it was anything because it was so small and looked like a sticker.
There was almost an instant change in Hailee. Everything stopped. No more anger, rage, bed wetting, shaking, or seizing. Hailee’s personality did a 180 change also. She became a playful, respectful, happy little girl for the first time in her life. Her grades improved from “Fs to A, B, Cs.” in school.
Dr. Bankston contacted Dr. Alale and shared Hailee’s progress. Dr. Alale traveled to Las Vegas to meet Hailee and review Dr. Bankston’s Case Study on the child. They performed a home survey to assess indoor toxins. They measured and discovered that the electrical transients were high in the home in the electrical system. This is often a major contributing factor to seizures. Dr. Alale recommended that the electrical transients be lowered with NANO technologies.
Morgan and Hailee’s Case Studies are so compelling that Dr. Alale is seeking funding and partnerships with hospitals and universities for further research to explore “how” the NANOS™ Flat Battery Harmonizer can be used to help other children with seizures. These patent pending nano technologies are now classified as “Artificial Nerves.” Dr. Alale is in Resident as a Distinguished RGHD Fellow at The Center of Health Equity and Urban Science Education at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. She will be presenting the Case Studies of these children at the 6th Health Disparities Conference, March 8, 2014, 4:00 PM at Teachers College. Registration is FREE. NANOS were invented in Wilmington, OH.