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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are infoceuticals (ICs)? What is the connection between homeopathy and infoceuticals?

Infoceuticals (ICs) are electromagnetic signals recorded from substances that have healing, therapeutic, or other biological effects. Simply put, ICs can be regarded as the evolution of homeopathy for the 21st century. Much like homeopathy, ICs work by stimulating the body’s own healing abilities. It is possible to transfer ICs to water and then by consuming this water, deliver the information to the body to promote self-healing.

 

2. Should I substitute my medication with infoceuticals?

No. If you currently use any medication, do not replace them with infoceuticals. Infoceuticals should only be used to complement your treatment. If and when you will need to change your medication dosage, contact the practitioner who prescribed the medication to you and they will make the necessary adjustments.

 

3. How much IC water should I drink? Is there a dose effect?

It does not matter whether you drink 250 mL of IC water or 1 L - one glass of IC water contains the same amount of information as two glasses of water with the same IC. What is important is to drink IC water 2-3 times a day. This is because we need to periodically supply and influence the body with infoceuticals in order to cause an informational effect on the body.

 

4. How should I store the prepared IC water?

IC water should be stored at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, and at least one meter away from electrical devices.

 

5. Are there any side effects to infoceuticals?

There have been no reports of negative effects from infoceuticals. If an infoceutical is not right for you, it will not resonate with your body and thus will not affect you. Some people may notice mild body pain during the first few days of using infoceuticals, which is normal and practitioners interpret this as the start of the body’s healing process using the newly acquired information. If you have any concerns, please contact your practitioner.

 

6. Can children drink IC water?

Children may drink IC water under parental supervision. If your child is taking any medication, do not substitute their medication with infoceuticals - IC water should be used to complement their current treatment.

 

7. Can I give IC water to my pet?

You may give your pet IC water to drink. However, if your pet is taking any medication, do not substitute their medication with infoceuticals.

 

8. How many infoceuticals can I use for my personal complex? How many ICs can I store in a bottle? Is it possible to use multiple bottles together?

The number of infoceuticals that can be used for each personal complex depends on the person’s health and energy state. However, we recommend not to put more than 5 or 6 infoceuticals per personal complex to ensure that the body can process the provided information.
You can transfer up to 6 ICs or one IC Complex per bottle. You may prepare a few bottles with different ICs or IC Complexes. You can use each bottle, one after the other, 2-3 times a day or as recommended by your practitioner.

 

You are very welcome to ask any questions in the comment's section below or via email info@icmedicals.org

Thank you and Stay Healthy!

Post created: Jul 24, 2018, by: Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko 3323   4

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    Oct 15, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Elie, yes, looks like for those ICs, IC Developer has not provided the information about the potency. But the description represents the effect which was provided by the source product manufacturer. I will try to get the information what potencies were used to prepare that ICs and update the descriptions if I find that information. Thank you! Reply

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    Oct 15, 2019, Elie Naulleau says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Anton, Thank you for your quick answer. I think I had understood that the original properties (such as structure of matter) of the source product are transmitted to the target water (I assume you use scalar waves as suggests the shape of the antenna); but when I browse the ICs tagged as homeopathic, none of them displays the potenty/dilution of the original product (pick Ignatia, Mercury for instance), to my understanding that makes them inaccurate and useless. I've seen you have other source that homeopathic sources, in this case that question is not relevant. Reply

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    Oct 15, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Elie, thank you for your questions! Regarding comparison with homoeopathy, in the video on this page https://www.infoceuticals.co/en/posts/what-are-infoceuticals-ics (please copy the link and put it in your browser) we try to explain how homoeopathy works using the quantum electrodynamic theory of coherent domains. The same theory is applicable for infoceuticals because not a substance has an effect but the water which was "modified" by a substance or a signal from a substance (matter). Different homoeopathic potencies have a different effect. If IC is created from the homoeopathic product with a specific potency then it is possible to expect the same effect as that exact potency. Regarding different IC providers - IC Developers. Usually, IC Develope is a practitioner who can test created ICs. We provide the IC Developing kit for them and instruct them on how to create ICs - IC Developers use the same technique. Plus we receive feedback from other practitioners and users. Because ICs do not have side effects, there is no harm trying. But some ICs before getting public status are in a "research" mode and only practitioners have access to them. Regarding descriptions. The description usually provides information about the effect of the IC source itself (pharmaceutical, mineral, homoeopathic product, etc). Effect of IC itself may be different, especially if the source is pharmaceutical - because the substance itself in most cases will act much stronger - but that could be a reason for getting side effects. Also, the effect from ICs may depend on persons current state of health and energy level. Usually, it does not work at all if it is not needed for an organism. That is why we can not guarantee that the effects of ICs conform to their description. Regarding making your own ICs, I will send you an email about that. Thank you and have a great day! Reply

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    Oct 15, 2019, Elie Naulleau says:     Not liked 1

    Hi there, I have a couple of questions : - you make the comparison with homeopathy, but I cannot find any information of the dilution of the infoceuticals. For instance Arnica could be in 5CH, 30CH, etc. Where I can find this information ? - I see that the infoceuticals are coming from various providers. Do you evaluate the quality of the infoceuticals you are being provided ? Do you guarantee they are conform to their description ? - Is there a way to make my own infoceuticals files ? For instance if I own a scalar wave device. Thank you Reply

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    Sep 28, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Nicola, thank you for your question! some athletes are using different ICs now and their doping tests are okay. For now, it is very difficult to detect how water changes via some standard techniques. Using Electro-Impedance Spectroscopy we can see that water changes, but to determine what IC exactly there, it will require additional development or involving some biological tests to see the reaction, but there should not be any substance traces in blood, for example. So, with a cannabis drug test, it should be okay as well. Reply

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    Sep 28, 2019, nicola price says:     Not liked 1

    Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko, thank you for response. Another question I have is regarding the cannabis IC - will that test positive in a cannabis drug test do you know? Thank you Reply

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    Sep 21, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Nicola, yes, you can refrigerate prepared water (2-3 Celcius), but do not freeze it. Reply

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    Sep 21, 2019, nicola price says:     Not liked 1

    Hello, can you please advise me if once I have infused the water with the IC can it be refrigeratored and maintain its effectiveness? Thanks. Reply

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    May 21, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 1

    Akiko, you can use IC water for cooking and bath, but the temperature should not exceed 50 Celsius (better keep it lower than 40C), otherwise, water molecules will have too much energy and created "IC structure" will be destroyed. Thus, you can use IC water for cold dishes, beverages, slightly warm bath. Also, you can transfer ICs to ready drinks, dairy products, as well as body creams (e.g. to use after bath). Reply

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    May 21, 2019, Akiko says:     Not liked 1

    Thank you, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko! Is it possible to use IC water for cooking and bath ? Reply

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    May 21, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 1

    Hi Akiko, the best material for making IC water is glass. You can prepare IC water in a glass bottle and then pour it to stainless bottle. But you can not use a stainless bottle for making IC water, because metal shields electromagnetic signal which is produced by IC Pad. Reply

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    May 21, 2019, Akiko says:     Not liked 0

    What kind of bottles(materials) are good for making IC water? Is stainless bottle suitable? Reply

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    Apr 29, 2019, hanilhee says:     Not liked 1

    I am trying to get ic to send an ic pad glowing, but only a small pad is recognized and glowing pad is not recognized. Does it automatically recognize the pad type? Or is there another way? Please tell us how to use the glowing pad. Reply

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    Mar 31, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Lee, for your IC Pad it is important that a cord is connected and coil lines are not broken (they can be broken it somebody scratched them intensively with a knife, for example), then a signal will go through a coil and emit electromagnetic waves. As I mentioned yesterday I will prepare a short video and some other information on how you can check whether IC Pad is working. If your IC Pad was just laying on the metal sheet then it should be fine. I hope to create and send you more details and video later today. Thank you! Reply

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    Mar 31, 2019, Lee Hager says:     Not liked 0

    Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko, I tried the test that you recommended on an Android phone and just got a flat line and heard nothing. I don't know if this phone has an EM blocker or not and don't know how to check on that. We are very concerned that the pad is not working since we have diseases that need treatment. We had no idea that the metal table could be a problem and wonder if we need to purchase a new one or if we can exchange the one we have? Reply

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    Mar 31, 2019, Lee Hager says:     Not liked 0

    Thank you for your quick response. I will try the recording and see what happens. In the meantime, I am setting the pad on a pad of paper that appears to break the magnetic connection. Reply

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    Mar 31, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Lee, if cord still attached to Circuit IC Pad, then it should be fine, the metal table should have no bad influence on the IC Pad. There is actually a method to check whether the Circuit IC Pad is working - while IC Transfer (do not forget to put the volume at maximum) you can put IC Pad on a microphone of a smartphone, launch some voice recording app and record for 10 seconds, then playback and you should hear the ICs signal. That is possible because the IC Pad emits electromagnetic (EM) signal and microphone can be influenced not only by sound waves but also by EM waves. This method may not well with any smartphone/table, e.g. we tried with iPad - did not work, seems iPad's microphone has an EM shield, it worked with Pixel 3. I will try to make a short video and email it to you. But still, I think your IC Pad should be fine. Reply

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    Mar 31, 2019, Lee Hager says:     Not liked 0

    I have the small IC pad Circuit. I hope that I did not inadvertently damage it. by using it on a metal topped table. There is a plastic runner between the table and the pad, but today I noticed there was a magnetic attraction between the pad and the table. Since it's not possible to know if the pad is working, do you think it is OK or did the magnetic attraction damage it? Reply

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    Feb 25, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Tina, when IC transfer is finished you will see a message "IC Transfer is complete". Also, it is recommended to keep your internet browser up-to-date for both security and ensuring that web pages load properly. Reply

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    Feb 25, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Monica, children may drink IC water under parental supervision. If your child is taking any medication, do not substitute their medication with infoceuticals - IC water should be used to complement their current treatment. Reply

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    Feb 25, 2019, Tina says:     Not liked 0

    how do you know when the water is ready? Reply

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    Feb 22, 2019, Monica Monroe says:     Not liked 0

    Are all IC complexes safe for children? I am looking at Cough. Reply

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    Feb 14, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Monica, you can edit any IC Complex that you created and change its name, description, included ICs and related categories. To do this, go to "My Account" -> "My Favorites", then click on "My IC Complexes" and then click on "Edit" button located on IC Complex card that you want to update with new ICs. Reply

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    Feb 14, 2019, Monica Monroe says:     Not liked 0

    if I want to add one or two components to an existing IC Complex, is that possible, or do I delete the IC Complex and start over with a new one in order to add something to it? Reply

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    Feb 12, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Cathy, the number of infoceuticals that can be used for each personal complex depends on the person’s health and energy state. Some people may include 10 or more ICs into their complex and it works for them. In average it is recommended not to put more than 5 or 6 infoceuticals per personal complex. You can try complex that you have created with 8 ICs, then also try to use smaller complexes and after that decide what is more efficient for you. Reply

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    Feb 12, 2019, Cathy Lancey says:     Not liked 0

    Hi there, I put two IC complexes Arthritis, and Metabolism plus Vitamin C which makes a total of 8 different items. Is that too much ? Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Anton Sheikh-Fedorenko says:     Not liked 0

    Hi Alexandrina, it is recommended to set the volume on a computer or smartphone at maximum while IC Transfer and if using Glowing IC Pad then set the wheel at the "maximum" position as well. Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Anne Kern says:     Not liked 0

    What and how would I use to stimulate rebuilding if knee cartilage? Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Faina S. says:     Not liked 0

    hI. How would i know sound range? where is no indicator on the device, just wheel? On the computer or cell it is clear Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Greg says:     Not liked 1

    Hi Monica, Yes, a few feet from a refrigerator is fine. I think the devices that have strong transmissions are the most important to keep from getting within 3 feet or so: wireless base station, cell phone, iPad, smart speaker, etc. The strength of an electromagnetic field falls off quite rapidly the further away you get from the source, so the field strength at 2 feet is not double the strength at 4 feet, but is actually 4x stronger. So I would say, as a rule, at least 1 foot away from standard appliances (coffee maker, toaster, etc.). Two feet away from high-amp appliances (oven, refrigerator, etc.). Three feet away from transmitting devices (cell phone, iPad, etc.). Hope that clarifies. Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Monica Monroe says:     Not liked 0

    I am assuming that a cell phone or iPad would be an electronic device and not a problem setting the water a foot or two away from those devices. Reply

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    Feb 10, 2019, Monica Monroe says:     Not liked 0

    Can you tell me if setting my water two feet away from my refrigerator would be "safe". Seems there is confusion for defining an electrical device. Reply

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