Q-Link Personal Review

I work with computers a lot and enjoy the stuff that I do. The problem is that my immunity and stamina are not what you would call optimal. High school athletes could probably beat me at any physical activity. There were times when I would feel slightly sick after sitting in front of a computer all day. One day, I came home from working in a computer lab and my mother was shocked when my face had a green shade to it. She immediately got me a Q-Link pendant to strengthen my body against all the radiation that I am exposed to.

Q-Link products act as a booster to a person’s biofield. They contain a certain frequency that resonates with the body’s electronic field. According to the brochure I got with the pendant, the Q-Link is meant to help the blood cells stay organized and regular shaped.

Ever since I started wearing my Q-Link, I have not had any comments about looking sickly after being surrounded by electronics. While this seemed like the Q-Link was working, I was a bit skeptical and thought it might just be a placebo effect.

There is this muscle test that people can use to figure out if their body is negatively affected by the item they are holding. When using the Q-Link, I get varied results. My family discovered that non-electronic items can affect our strength too. My brother wasn’t near any electronics, but his arm was pushed down every time. He decided he was tired so went to take a nap, but just as he took of his Pokemon pendant, he got the idea to try the test without it on. Lo and behold! His arm would not budge! We inspected his pendant and identified the chain as one of those really cheap/free ball chain necklace made of an unknown material, but was definitely not stainless steel. After replacing the chain with a leather cord, my brother was able to consistently resist our attempts to push his arm down regardless of whether or not he was wearing his pendant.

Nowadays, I am a bit more confident that the Q-Link does work as the company claims. The reason being that my family chiropractor started to tell me to take off my Q-Link before treatment. He uses a variation the of drop arm test to determine which areas of the body need treatment. He said that while he can still identify problems with my body, there is a chance the Q-Link might balancing out some of those issues and he will be unable to treat them.