A chat about how collars work and answering some FAQs with Allison, owner of HomeoPAWthic.

How the Natural Tick Collars Work

Natural Tick Collars us EM Technology. EM® is an acronym for Effective Microorganisms®., a brand name referring to a family of microbial-based products using a technology developed by Japanese scientist Dr. Teruo Higa.  These microorganisms are baked into special clay pipes which use beneficial microbes, creating a synergy among microorganisms and larger forms of life including insects and worms, pets and livestock, and people. 

EM® Ceramics emit far infrared waves. Far Infrared waves are the longest rays in the light spectrum. This wavelength is highly compatible with human tissue. The body can absorb them easily at depths up to 3 inches, where they can do lots of good work. Far Infrared waves remove blood cell clusters and this improves blood circulation. Because the infrared rays penetrate the tissue, they work deep into body tissue, not just on the surface of the skin. Far infrared waves generate a warming effect by activating cells. NASA uses Far Infrared wave technology in the space suits of their astronauts.Try this chemical-free, alternative to enhance your blood flow. Increased blood circulation removes toxins from muscles and internal organs, lowers blood pressure, and improves overall body function. Good for people and pets.

These collars feature these EM® Ceramic pipe to make your dog more resistant to pests such as ticks.  The EMs are the only "active ingredient" in these collars - nothing else! There are no known adverse effects or contraindications using EM Technology.

I have personally been using these products for 4 years and know of hundreds more who have had the same results I have had since using these collars - NO ticks!  

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In addition to the link below, which will take you to the official EM(c) website (for North America), you may also want to visit some of these additional links for further reading/research:



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