This trick-or-treating gem promises to protect against 5G waves … The mineral it contains is radioactive.
With the deployment of the, there were first of all the political debates around the risks of this new generation of network. Since then, the anxiety-provoking side around this famous 5G has persisted despite the publication of scientific studies on the subject. And then there are also the the most eccentric around RNA and the virus spread by this 5G.
Covid-19 or not, for each generation of, smart people have bet on the concerns of users to sell accessories supposed to absorb the ugly waves of cellular telephony. 5G is no exception and various accessories or charms are marketed, sometimes at exorbitant prices. Obviously, none of these products, sold for the most part on the Internet and in particular on Alieexpress and Amazon, have proven to be of any effectiveness.
The latest fashionable accessories are magic stones. Sold between 5 and 75 euros, these fetishes are made up offrom china. They are represented in the form of amulets, necklaces, bracelets or jewelry of various shapes. This is particularly the case with the “Quantum Pendant” pendant. In addition to capturing the evil waves, it would also come to ensure the protection of health, improve well-being and, of course, the to make the .
It turns out that instead of picking up the waves of 5G, these magic stones are radiating. In any case, this is explained by a study published by the. Yes “nuclear”, because these grigris would give off ionizing radiation, in other words . The organization has also listed nine other products of the same (mask of , necklaces, bracelets) which are radioactive.
At the end, the level ofis safe because it is really weak, but if it is a piece of jewelry worn constantly, the radiation absorbed by the body could exceed the health limits. Even if it means believing in the protective virtues of such a Chinese amulet, you might as well bet on minerals available in France, such as Breton granite known for its .