The human body is an electrical circuit. Communication throughout the body is primarily done with photonic electrical signaling. For example, food that we eat is broken down into usable energy molecules and dispersed to the trillions of cells within the body. These molecules and their corresponding cell receptors share the same resonant frequency, which is how they locate each other on the complex pathways within the human body.
When we take aspirin, the body metabolizes it and disperses the molecules to the appropriate cell receptors. The binding of the aspirin molecules to the cell receptors influence the cell’s behavior by inhibiting certain cellular functions associated with pain and inflammation.
Our patch works by introducing molecular information of known pain and inflammation reducing substances, rather than the physical molecules themselves. Our patch is powered by the body’s own 70-90 millivolts and releases the molecular information targeting specific cells in your body.