The Rezzimax® Tuner, How It Helps Our Pets Heal
The patented Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II is a specially designed resonance tool with varied and static frequencies that work with you as you seek to tune and relax your pet’s entire body. The techniques and positions we will introduce here are intended to work generally (meaning throughout the entire body). Once you have performed these general techniques to stimulate your pet’s vagus nerve and open the body to healing, you can use the Tuner to work more specifically on areas you may wish to target.
What Makes the Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II Different from Other “Vibration Devices”?
People ask, “What is the difference between The Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II and a device that vibrates?” This is an excellent question. Most vibration devices will create a tapping or ratcheting effect in the nervous system. This will help one to feel better immediately because it disrupts pain producing patterns. However, most vibration devices use competing motors or electromagnetic actions. They feel good, at first, because they help loosen tense muscles, but they have a side effect, they create chaos in the body and do not connect with the vagus nerve to promote healing.
The Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II was specially designed to resonate in the cat purring range to create a gentle, calm full circle connection nose to tail, right to left, and from nerves to organs throughout the entire body. It connects to and balances both sides of the brain simultaneously. A team of specialists devoted years of research to discovering the precise calibrations used in the revolutions of the Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II. Providing resonance that gently connects to and stimulates the vagus nerve for awakening and healing.
One of the first things you need to understand about the Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II is you may not achieve the desired results as efficiently (or speedily) as you want if you do not follow the techniques properly. If used only periodically, your results may be minimized. Part of the product guarantee is based upon proper use and following the simple minimum protocol of 3-5 minutes per day for six-eight weeks.
There may be a few exceptions to the rule. For example, if you as the person performing the techniques or if your pet has specific disabilities that will not allow you to perform the techniques as described. We believe your pet will receive benefits, even though it may not be as quickly as is seen with someone who is able to follow the protocol.
** Exceptions may include certain pain conditions such as fibromyalgia or nerve sensitivities. If you, or the pet you are assisting, is in too much pain or is too sensitive to the resonant energy of the Rezzimax® Tuner PRO II when first used as described, try using it on the feet position first, at the lowest setting. There is also a gentle setting you can set your device to if the normal lowest setting is still too high. To achieve this, turn off the Tuner Pro II, hold down both the On/Off button and the Mode button at the same time until a blue light flashes three (3) times. To switch back to the normal settings, follow the same procedure. Be consistent, as your body begins to tune, you can increase the setting level and/or begin using it on the neck and head.
** If you or your pet are/is extremely sensitive, turn on the Tuner, place it next to you and go through the Critical techniques without touching the Tuner. With persistence and continued therapy, you and your pet will soon be able to tolerate the resonant energy on those sensitive areas around the head and face. For sensitive individuals always start on the lowest setting, and with time, turn up the intensity on the Tuner to a higher setting for improved benefit. Patience and persistence are key.
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