Based in Hendersonville, Tennessee, EMF Blues was started in 2006 as a mom and pop business. After the founders observed the use of crystal catalysts on patients during chiropractic, acupuncture, reiki and feng shui practices, the idea of EMF Blues was born.
The company’s products were developed to harmonize the EMF and other radiation waves with one’s body, thereby neutralizing the harmful effects. EMF Blues products include wearable pendants, beads that can be placed anywhere, shungite statues that provide whole home harmonizing, and more.
EMF Blues’ crystal catalyst resonators are made in the United States in small batches. However, customers should also know that the company’s Shungite products are mined and handcrafted in small batches in Russia.
The company offers wearable products, such as bracelets, lockets, and pendants. It also offers various geometrically shaped products that customers can place in the home for energy cleaning and protection throughout the entire home environment.
A range of products are available at different price points — personal pendants start at $38, a crystal catalyst bead is only $18.50, and lockets and other products start at $84 and go up from there. Essentially, there is something for every budget.
Other companies, like Shield Your Body, offer commercially available wearables almost bordering on the comical — for example, men’s briefs. EMF Blues targeted selection of personal products is not only budget-friendly, but also practical.
EMF Blues offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee, which is helpful in case products do not arrive as expected or do not generate the results customers are looking for. This ensures that customers who are unsatisfied have a way to move forward.
However, 30 days is not a long window of time, so customers would do well to make good use of the refund timeframe if it's needed.
EMF Blues’ whole home clearing products are made from Shungite and are more expensive. These products start at $149 and go up to $895; a key factor here is the manufacturing process in Russia, which no doubt adds to the cost and complexity of shipping.
EMF Blues beads don’t have stickers or a way to attach products to a cell phone, etc. This lack of adhesion is an inconvenient design flaw, as products need to be placed near customers, which can be cumbersome and annoying, and also means that products can easily be lost or misplaced.
For customers who require protection that provides more convenience, something like the SafeSleeve case may be a better fit.
There is no scientific proof that EMFs actually cause physical harm. There is also no conclusive scientific evidence that these products actually harmonize EMFs. It is up to customers to validate for themselves the efficacy of EMF Blues’ products based on personal experience.