Energy Medicine, Biobeds, Marma Points, Fringe Siberian Ginseng Powder & Much More!

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Ian Clark is one of the most interesting people I’ve ever met.

He travels around the world hunting down crazy biohacks, fringe pieces of health and performance optimizing gear, and the most premium nutrients and superfoods on the face of the planet, and then, using the cleanest, most potent natural ingredients on Earth, he turns them into actual recommendations on his Activation Products website, along with fixes and supplements for people to optimize their body and brain.

I first interviewed him in the phytoplankton podcast “The Ultimate Superfood You’ve Probably Never Heard Of.” I interviewed him again in the podcast “The Mold-Cancer Link, Resetting Your Nervous System, Dry Fasting, Nanonutrients & More With Ian Clark.

During this third discussion with him, you’ll discover:

-The freak hand injury that caused Ian to take a deep dive into energy medicine…[8:45]

-The lost medical technology invented by Nicola Tesla, currently adopted in Eastern Europe and that is just becoming available in North America to the general population without prescription…[13:00]

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-Futuristic biobeds that you can lie on to heal the body, and how Ian now wears a vest with those same frequencies…[24:30]

-Something called “Marma points” and how they can be used to target your body with energy medicine…[35:10]

-The crazy, heavenly tasting superfood Ian found that can do everything from enhancing sleep to killing flesh-eating fungus…[44:35]

-And much more…

Resources from this episode:

Book: Marma Points of Ayurveda: The Energy Pathways for Healing Body, Mind, and Consciousness With a Comparison to Traditional Chinese Medicine

The Ultimate Superfood You’ve Probably Never Heard Of.

The Mold-Cancer Link, Resetting Your Nervous System, Dry Fasting, Nanonutrients & More With Ian Clark.

The “Activation Products” website where you can view all the superfoods and nutrients Ian has discovered and created

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Bob Connolly and his film “The Healing Field”

Why are living things sensitive to weak magnetic fields? by Abraham R. Liboff

The Seqex vest that Ian wears

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Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Ian or me? Leave your comments below and one of us will reply!


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14 thoughts on “Energy Medicine, Biobeds, Marma Points, Fringe Siberian Ginseng Powder & Much More!

  1. Kris says:

    Is Ian’s superfood available yet?

  2. Jarek says:

    Hey Ben,

    Any chance of disclosing information about this “super sophisticated” PEMFT system developed by Valerio, “The Italian”?

    Super interested in it, as Ian praises it to be a cut above regular devices.

    Thanks

  3. rich says:

    any update on the new product from palm tree?

    1. Still in development.

  4. Edgar says:

    Ben, why would you have Ian back on your podcast after he flat out lied to you and to your listeners last time when he promised you the power point for the dry fasting? Do it to me once, shame on you. Do it to me twice…

  5. Michael says:

    Is this the same Bob Connolly? Sounds like the same interests–it mentions “electromagnetic fields for healing” for a start:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Connolly_(Canad…

    1. John N. says:

      Matches with how Ian described him. “The Healing Field” linked above has nothing to do with Bob Connolly, his name appears nowhere on the credits, nor is it mentioned in this wikipedia page. The Healing Field is written/produced/directed by Penny Price. Decent film though.

  6. Tim S says:

    Sounds like Borassus Flabellifer (Palmyra Palm). The fruit looks like a solid coconut. Rare because it takes 12 years from seed to maturity, and grows in monsoon regions like South East Asia. Sounds cool, seems like it’s known in India as ‘sugar for diabetics’!

  7. John Mitchell says:

    How can I order the seqex vest in the US?

  8. Adam Fiddler says:

    Ben,

    You’ve GOT to get Dr. Gary Schwartz on the show, man!

    He’s a PhD from Harvard who was Director of the Yale Psycho-physiology Lab/ hardcore quantum biologist in to some of the furthest reaches of energy medicine — published papers on things like Reiki practitioners healing bacteria like E.Coli w/ their hands — I don’t mean healing humans from E. Coli infections, I mean literally healing the E. Coli in a test tube as measured by bio-markers on the E. Coli.

    Also done stuff on distance healing, for example, and all kinds of other things.

    He’s a proponent of the theory that consciousness lies outside of the brain, and the brain is merely a receiver of consciousness + the applications that this has to energy medicine and beyond.

    Would love to see him on the show, he’s now director at the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness in Health and University of Arizona — http://lach.web.arizona.edu/

    – Adam

    1. Cambiador says:

      Second what Adam Fiddler said: Get Gary Schwartz on, he is dynamite and has forgotten more than many of the newcomers in the field know. Plus he’s not hawking any miracle cure he has patented, which is a bonus.

  9. Dan M says:

    The whole time listening to him talk about the herb/medicine I was like “wait but what is it?”

    Was glad Ben had the same question. How is it spelled? Palmura?

    1. Michael says:

      The interviewee was cagey, wasn’t he? At first I thought it might be Gymnema sylvestre, an Ayurvedic herb that has antimicrobial properties:

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3912…

      But that didn’t fit with his statement that it was made from a palm tree and used as a sugar substitute. This then is likely Palmyra jaggery (your spelling was close). That’s a sugar made from palm sap, but it is fairly low GI and apparently rich in trace nutrients. Google “palmyra jiggery” for more on that.

      I’m not sure I’d put my trust in it–not that traditional remedies can’t work: there’s a 1000-year-old Anglo-Saxon salve that can kill MRSA:

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamsh…

      But palm sugar for flesh-eating infections? Shrug. Give it a go I guess …

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamsh…

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