1. Is this a diagnostic device?

No, the INDIGO is not designed for diagnostic purpose. However it can detect resonances for items that have potential risk that may not be experienced as a symptom.


2. Can the INDIGO cure disease?

No. The INDIGO is designed for stress reduction and relaxation. However by eliminating the barriers to good health, the body can heal itself.


3. Will I feel anything during the training?

Since the INDIGO operates at biological speeds (up to of 1/1000 of a second), most clients feel nothing throughout the therapy. Those sensitive to frequencies may experience slight tingling sensation periodically under the head harness or limb straps.


4. How quickly can I expect results?

This is entirely dependent on the client's condition, lifestyle, and receptiveness to frequency. Usually, we suggest that the client should allow four sessions to properly assess if the training is being effective for them.


5. How many sessions will be required to rectify my condition or maintain my health?

This will depend on many variables, including the client's lifestyle factors and degree of wellness at the outset. Some clients need just a few sessions over a period of four or five weeks with a follow up session every four to six weeks. Others with more acute or chronic conditions will need more intensive and protracted training. However, the INDIGO is designed to train the body to heal itself.


6. How frequently can I have a session?

The body requires at least 72 hours to fully integrate the frequencies it receives in a regular session and repeating a test scan within this period is not recommended for that reason. Thus, the shortest interval between sessions is usually one week. In emergency or critical situations, training can continue as needed without the main test scan.


7. Are there any side effect?

Most clients report no ill effects. In fact, the most common response after a session is to feel more energized and more focused. It is not uncommon for pain or other symptoms to be partially or completely alleviated after a session. Clients who are suffering from excessive toxicity may experience some transitory feelings of discomfort as their bodies release toxins from the tissues for elimination. This is particularly true when zapping pathogens.


8. What safety features are in place to protect the client from harm?

Quantum biofeedback is a very safe and non-invasive training with few safety concerns. The INDIGO is protected by a high quality surge-protector to guard against electrical hazard and is a self-monitoring and self-adjusting device, taking its cues from the body's electrical signals as training proceeds. Alarms are activated when the client has had enough training, alerting the practitioner to switch to a different training or stop for the day.