About Bio Circuitry

Bio Circuitry was founded in 2014 with a view to helping people understand that there may be other factors influencing health and wellbeing than just food and exercise.

Your body is an electrical system, a bio circuit, where optimal signalling between your cells means optimal health.

Bio Circuitry specialises in phone and Wi-Fi radiation (EMF) protection products and educating people to understand how these can influence wellbeing.

It is also possible to achieve lasting pain relief by interacting with your body’s electrical system and encouraging a response from your body for it to provide its own pain relief and work towards healing.  Both the Motto Rheuma patches and the Key technology interact with your body in this way.

The Bio Circuitry approach is one of general wellbeing.  If your overall health is good then your immune system is able to deal with the day-to-day factors which impact it.

About Libby Salmon

Libby founded Bio Circuitry in 2014 with a view to using her experience in working with Physiokey to provide pain relief therapy to her clients.

Since those early days Bio Circuitry has evolved and now distributes Floww Health Technology and Motto Rheuma Patch.  Both of which have their effect via your body’s electrical system.

Floww Health Technology is a range of products which help protect against the detrimental effects of non-ionising radiation emitted by devices such as your phone and Wi-Fi modem.

Motto Rheuma Patch is an adhesive mineral patch which prompts your a bio-current response from your body so your body provides the pain relief.

This change to Bio Circuitry forced Libby out of her comfort zone to approach different markets for the products and also caused her to write chapters in two books. As a result Libby is now an international best-selling author.

Libby also carries out presentations on how electromagnetic frequency radiation (EMF) can affect your health and what you can do about reducing its affect on your life and wellbeing.

 

Contact Libby

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