The human body, an intricate electrical circuit that communicates primarily via electron signaling. Food, when eaten, is transformed into energy molecules and distributed to our trillions of cells. Molecules and cell receptors, operating on the same resonant signal, find each other in the complex pathways of our body.
The process is similar to how aspirin molecules bind to cell receptors, influencing cellular functions to mitigate pain and inflammation. This molecular interaction is a fundamental aspect of how our body operates.
Quantum's patch mirrors this process but with a twist. Instead of introducing physical molecules, it presents molecular information of known pain-relieving substances. Powered by the body's 70-90 millivolts, it releases this information. Cell receptors interpret this information as actual molecules. This innovative approach means that with no real molecules involved, Quantum's technology eliminates the risk of side-effects.