What’s behind iMRS’s Organ Clock?
One reason why iMRS has been so widely loved and endorsed by both home and professional users worldwide for the last 25 years is not that it carries the label “Make in Switzerland”, but it’s effectiveness in improving all kind of conditions. You might hear about the “earth-based frequency” or organ clock as the differentiator behind. In most documents, you likely will find the mention of iMRS has just four frequencies: .5Hz, 3Hz, 5.5Hz & 15 Hz. This is not accurate but a simplified way to explain the sophisticated engineering behind iMRS organ clock signalling and doesn’t do the justice of what it offers over the more straightforward signalling technique the other PEMF manufacturers are using. Any PEMF manufacturer can easily design a PEMF system with 4 or more frequencies, and we know there are already PEMF systems out there can easily offer this range of frequencies using either Sawtooth or Square waveform. However, for some reasons, these products cannot achieve the level of efficacy that is experienced by the iMRS users. Why is that so?
The secret is the way how iMRS generates the frequencies, and it’s “harmonic frequencies” effects. It’s not just about any particular frequencies, Sawtooth or Square waveform. It’s a sophisticated combination of smaller Sawtooth or Square waveform packet modules that offer much more permutations of frequencies and effects within a single pulsation.
4 Levels of iMRS Pulsation (frequencies)
The basic principle behind this multi-level frequencies technique used by iMRS is to increase the chances of biological response through low-frequency stimulation. Even though there are thousands of studies done on various frequencies with various waveform and intensities, there is still no conclusive answer as in which combination of frequency, intensity and waveform can achieve the best result. However, according to ADEY WR 1993 study, there is a specific small window that can offer the best physiological effect, and the window lies within 0.1 – 30Hz.
In this section, we will briefly explain how iMRS generates multiple signals by the use of a combination of smaller packets – that resulted in multi-level frequencies effect for each organ clock program. Each organ clocks (or localised program) will generate four levels of frequencies during the main pulsation. Each main pulsation consist of the building block signal that makes up the packet signal, and multiple packets make up the Pallet signal – the pyramid diagram below illustrates the relationship.
All signals in iMRS start with a base signal, that can be either of a sawtooth waveform (for full-body mat) or square waveform (for local applicators). This is usually running between 64Hz – 190Hz. The base signal is a building block of a packet, which serve as one of the fundamental frequencies it delivers for a specific organ clock program. This can be range between 12 – 20 Hz. Each packet is then repeated for a few time before a pause that signifies a break. This resulted in another block known as pallet; that effectively deliver another range of frequencies that range between 0.5Hz – 5.5Hz. The Pallet will then be repeated for several cycles before ending with a longer pause, that we consider as a complete pulse cycle. This resulted in another range of low frequencies of pulsation between 0.1 – 0.3Hz. Different organ clock program will yield a different range of frequencies accordingly.
The diagram above illustrates the presence of multiple frequencies concurrently, depending on the organ clock program is activated. Also, the polarity of the magnetic field will reverse every 2 minutes, and this adds to the permutation of stimulation possibilities for every single session.
How is this different from sequential (running) frequencies
A multi-frequencies session can be generated by many other ways, including the most commonly used is the sequential (running) frequency technique. Sequential technique specifies the frequencies you wish to apply for a specific period, then follow with different frequencies with another. For instance, I can run a PEMF session that consists of 3,5,7Hz – which from a product perspective, is also a multi-frequencies session. I can program the system to run 5Hz for 2 min, 3Hz for 2 min, then 7Hz for 3min, etc., repeat the cycle, or with different duration (as illustrated in the diagram below) etc. Sometimes this is also known as running frequencies (when the frequencies run from low Hz to higher Hz or vice versa). As you can see, at any instance, there is only one frequency is active (or effective) as compared to simultaneous active frequencies in the iMRS approach. The difference between this method and iMRS’s method is similar to the comparison of playing a single tone (or arpeggio) on a musical instrument versus playing a harmonic chord (multiple tones concurrently).
Why THIS matters
There are no specific scientific studies conducted that can be used to claim that the iMRS’s unique pulsation is better over the other PEMF systems. We also cannot claim that this signalling is much superior compared to other signalling techniques, technically. However, it may explain why iMRS is so different and why many times, users claimed about the better efficacy of the iMRS system over the others, despite seemingly similar technology (i.e. low frequency, low magnetic field) are used in both systems. Even many professionals cannot explain why this is so. Most importantly, this is why an eight minutes stimulation session is good enough in most situations to achieve the resonance state needed, whereas many other full-body PEMF systems will recommend at least a 15-30 minutes session.
In summary, iMRS offers more than just four different frequencies or one single frequency per organ clock program. iMRS can generate multiple frequencies in a single pulsation – significantly increase the effectiveness of the PEMF stimulation in a short span of time. The result of this is the unique PEMF stimulation experience and effect that no other PEMF systems can match!
Disclaimer: the information above does not represent the official publication of Swiss Bionic Solutions. The pulsation theory explained above is based on the information extracted from the book – Magnetic Resonance Stimulation by Joel P. Carmichael, Edition II, 2009.