Disposable Mask 3 Layer Tuned Mask 50 Pack


Limited Quantity – Disposable

Tuned Face Masks, 3-Layers, 50 Pack

Product Description:

(1) Elastic ear loops offer a custom fit.

(2) Nose bar adaptable.

(3) Hypoallergenic.

(4) High filtration capacity.

(5) Very low resistance to breathing.

Packing specification: 50 per package

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Limited Quantity – 50 Disposable Tuned Masks

Tuned Face Mask – 50 Pack

 These 3-Layer Medical Masks come with Tuning Strips featuring Tuning Element technology. These masks are high-quality and packaged in boxes of 50. Each box of 50 comes with 50 NEW Tuning Element TUNED Copper Strips. These strips feature blends of beneficial frequencies that support Human Biofield.¹, ², ³

Product Description:

(1) Tuning Element Tuning Strip.

(2) Elastic ear loops offer a custom fit.

(3) Nose bar adaptable.

(4) Hypoallergenic.

(5) High filtration capacity.

(6) Very low resistance to breathing.

Includes one box of 50 Masks and 50 Tuning Element Tuning Strips.

Installing your Tuning Strip: Remove the backing off of the strip and fold over one of the ear loop lines.

DO NOT Microwave Masks.

Instructions for Reuse:

Per manufacturer instructions, remove the mask by grabbing the ear straps from behind your ears and place in boiling water for 5 minutes. Use a spatula, tongs or other kitchen utensils to hang to dry, five-time use. Additional CDC reuse strategies below can increase usability.
“One strategy to mitigate the contact transfer of pathogens from the mask to the wearer during reuse is to issue five respirators to each healthcare worker who may care for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19. The healthcare worker will wear one respirator each day and store it in a breathable paper bag at the end of each shift. The order of mask use should be repeated with a minimum of five days between each mask use. This will result in each worker requiring a minimum of five masks, providing that they put on, take off, care for them, and store them properly each day.” Source: CDC
Additional strategies from the CDC include using Ultraviolet Light (UVGI), and different forms of Moist/Steam Heat. See CDC guidance here: Link
For single use only if not cleaned. “Respirators grossly contaminated with blood, respiratory or nasal secretions, or other bodily fluids from patients should be discarded.” Source: CDC
¹ Brasovan, Srbislav. (2018). Biofield Revisited, Measuring Effectiveness of Quantum Medical Technologies. 10.3727/036012918X15355691785681.
² I. Cosic and D. Cosic, “Influence of Tuning Element Relief Patches on Pain as Analyzed by the Resonant Recognition Model,” in IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience, vol. 16, no. 8, pp. 822-827, Dec. 2017.

Universal mask-wearing is the most overlooked COVID-19 lifesaver


Western countries are experiencing higher rates of COVID-19 infections compared to Asian countries because of the West’s aversion to wearing masks.
We need universal mask-wearing to aid in lowering COVID-19’s virality.

Updated 3/29/2020

The official stance is anti-mask and completely wrong

The U.S. Surgeon General and W.H.O. have said masks are not effective at preventing COVID-19 spread. This hopefully is a white lie to get masks to medical professionals. Anything that prevents aerosolized viruses from being transmitted lowers the virality of COVID-19 1.

Why masks lower COVID-19 deaths

Masks aid in decreasing COVID-19’s virality by three pathways 8.

  1. Decreasing virus spread by infected individuals. The mask traps virus particles on the inside, preventing the virus particles becoming airborne.
  2. Decreasing new infections by uninfected individuals. The mask prevents airborne virus particles being inhaled from the outside.
  3. Limiting hand to face contact. The mask puts a physical barrier between potentially contaminated hands and passages to one’s lungs.

We need to increase these virality-decreasing pathways by encouraging a universal mask-wearing protocol to fight COVID-19.

Credit to Sui Huang’s article COVID-19: Why We Should All Wear Masks

Japan has the strongest mask-wearing culture in the world and one of the lowest COVID-19 infection rates

Despite Japan’s large elderly population and early infection, the infection and death rate is one of the lowest in the world. A leading reason for this is Japan’s strong mask-wearing culture lowering the virality of COVID-19 to manageable levels. Japan has only had 1,387 infections, yet being one of the earliest countries to become infected 2Tokyo Metropolitan Police paper towel mask

The Czech Republic’s mandatory mask laws

Starting on March 18, the Czech Republic made it mandatory to wear a mask while in public. So far there have only been 2,942 COVID-19 confirmed cases and 23 deaths, making it one of the lowest infected countries in Europe. 6 We should keep a close on the Czech Republic’s future infection rate relative to its neighbors to show the quantifiable impact of mask-wearing. OVERVIEW: Czech campaign #masks4all.

Let’s promote mask-wearing culture to lower COVID-19 infections.

Anything that prevents aerosolized viruses from being transmitted person-to-person will lower COVID-19’s infection rate 5.

  1. Wear a mask when outside of your home to avoid lingering aerosolized virus droplets3.
  2. N95 masks are better than surgical masks, but anything that prevents breathing in moisture particles with viruses helps. 4
  3. We need hard data that show a direct effect of a strong mask-wearing culture to lower COVID-19 virality. We only have anecdotal research at this point.
  4. Going in public without a mask in a pandemic is like riding a motorcycle without a helmet. You don’t look cool. People see you and think you don’t value your life.
  5. Promote research that shows the benefits of wearing masks. Research
  6. Start promoting universal masks-wearing at the local level. Encourage your neighbors, apartment building, and city government to wear masks.