Health & Wellness
Review: Dr. Life Universal Anti-Radiation Card
When the Dr. Life universal anti-radiation card initially went on sale I thought two things. First, I can't wait to repair my natural human biofield. Second, I can finally get rid of my old anti-radiation device; the tinfoil hat. Now that I've purchased the card and used it as the daily driver for my anti-radiation needs I'm ready to weigh in on it's performance. I'll start from the beginning. After ordering the card it was delivered three months late by FedEx. I immediately went from annoyed to satisfied when I realized the delay was of course due to their handheld scanners not being able to permeate the anti-radiation field of the card thereby rendering their inventory system useless on it. It must've been quite the fiasco to witness and consumed an enormous amount of their labor in figuring out how to get the card to me. Way to stick it to the major corporations Dr. Life! The day it finally arrived I could feel the card's presence even before I disabled the cloaking device from my mailbox. Wow, talk about a powerful footprint! I carefully opened the package and felt like a completely new person. I took off my tinfoil hat, crumbled it up and threw it away just to be sure it wasn't altering my radiation perception. It wasn't! The card was just working that good! I immediately took my cellphone out of airplane mode and turned the microwave on. Still no perceived radiation interference! I put the card in my wallet and continued with my life as normal. I'm happy to report my experience with the card hasn't changed over the past couple months. Still no perceived radiation. Oh, and my biofield has never been stronger. I can happily endorse this product with five radiation-free stars.
Joel Peters - March 22, 2019
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