The human body is an aggregate of numerous cells, which continuously grow develop, split, regenerate and
die. By splitting up, cells renew themselves. For adults, about 25 million cells are splitting up every second
and blood cells are constantly renewing at a rate of about 100 million per minute. In the process of cellular
split-up and renewal, the charged bodies of nucleus and extra nuclear electrons as the basis unit of a cell are
moving and changing ceaselessly at a high speed as well, emitting electromagnetic waves without interruption.
The signals of electromagnetic waves emitted by human bodies represent the specific condition of human
body and therefore, different signals of electromagnetic waves will be emitted by the conditions of good
health, sub-health, diseases, etc. The conditions of life can be analyzed if such specific electromagnetic wave
signals can be analyzed.
The quantum analyzer is a new instrument to analyze such phenomenon. The weak magnetic frequency and
energy of the human body are collected by holding the sensor, and after amplification by the instrument and
treatment by the built-in micro-processor, the data is compared with the standard quantum resonant spectrum
of diseases, nutrition and other indicators incorporated within the instrument to judge whether the sample
waveforms are irregular using the Fourier principle approach. Analysis and judgment can thus be made on
health condition and main problems of the testee based on the result of waveform analysis, as well as standard
protective and curative proposals.
The method of quantum resonant magnetic analysis is an emerging rapid, accurate and non-invasive
spectral testing method and particularly suitable for comparison of curative effects medicine and
health products, and check of sub-health conditions. The main analysis items are over 30, including
cardiovascular and cerebrovascular conditions, bone mineral density, trace elements, blood lead,
rheumatism, lung and respiratory tract, nephropathy, blood sugar, stomach and intestines, liver and
gall, cranial nerves, gynecology, prostate, bone disease, the trace elements of selenium, iron, zinc
and calcium, etc.