The Netherlands Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection (ANVS) just banned the sale of apparently “anti-radiation” and “anti 5G” wearables that turned out to contain radioactive materials.
They include the Quantum anti-5G pendants, bracelets and even sleep masks. There is no evidence of 5G being harmful as of now. People are selling these wearables online to make money. However, it has been found out that these wearables contain toxic radiations.
“Ionizing radiation can damage tissues and DNA,” ANVS explained in a press release. “The amount of radiation measured in the tested products is low. However, in the case of prolonged and continuous use, it can exceed the legal limit of skin exposure to radiation”
The problem is that products tested by the Dutch authority are designed to be worn constantly, and are in very close contact with the skin, which makes them more dangerous. It is ironic how these gadgets or accessories are passed on as anti-radiation but, they are the cause of emitting radiations in reality.
These objects are misrepresented as “negative ion” items with various health benefits. Actually, they contain materials like volcanic ash, titanium, tourmaline, zeolite, germanium, and monazite sand, and naturally occurring radioactive elements, such as uranium and thorium.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 5G technology emits non-ionizing waves that, unlike radioactive materials, don’t damage DNA. They do not lead to covid, as some of the claims stated.