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The Human Organ Tuning Forks Set

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The Human Organ Tuning Forks are a set of 15 forks, one for each of the major organs and essential parts of the physical body. These forks are tuned to the frequencies of healthy human tissue.

The Human Organ Tuners are a set of 15 Tuning forks. They represent the 15 main parts or organs of the physical human body. An organ is a tissue that performs a specific function or group of functions. Usually there is a main tissue and sporadic tissues. The main tissue is the one that is unique for the specific organ. Theses tuning forks are tuned to the frequencies of healthy human tissue. Barbara Hero & The International Lambdoma Research Institute discovered these.

The Human Organ Tuning Forks Set
The Human Organ Tuners are a set of 15 Tuning Forks. They represent 15 of the main organ systems of the human body. An organ is a specialized collection of tissues that perform a specific function or group of functions. Each organ system has its own main specialized tissue unique to that organ. These 15 tuning forks are tuned to 15 frequencies of healthy human tissue. Barbara Hero & The International Lambdoma Research Institute discovered these frequencies and their uses.
15 Human Organ Tuning Forks: Frequencies & Organs

Blood – E 321.9 Hz
Adrenals – B 492.8 Hz
Kidneys – Eb 319.88 Hz
Liver – Eb 317.83 Hz
Bladder – F 352 Hz
Intestines – C# 281 Hz
Lungs – A 220 Hz
Colon – F 176 Hz

Gall Bladder – E 164.3 Hz
Pancreas – C# 117.3 Hz
Stomach – A 110 Hz
Brain Eb – 315.8 Hz
Fat Cells – C# 295.8 Hz
Muscles – E 324 Hz
Bone – Ab 418.3 Hz

These tuning forks are specifically targeted to aid and strengthen the healthy tissue and function of the associated organs. You can strike the appropriate tuning fork and wave it around the organ involved or you can start your fork vibrating and then place the stem directly on the outside of the body – near the organ of interest.

The 15-piece Organ Tuners includes…15 forks, a beautiful Velvet Pouch and a Rubber Striker

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