early 1970, an odd and interesting
phenomenon was noted at a century-old
ceramic factory in a rural area in
China. This factory had extremely poor
working conditions. The workers
stood in mud for much of the work day
recognized the health risk of these
abject working conditions,
concerned that the workers would be
troubled with arthritis and other
ailments due to standing on the
cold, sodden floor for long periods of
ensuing investigation disclosed that
the side effects of standing in the mud
were the opposite of original concerns.
They found that there was not a single
case of arthritis among the workers, and
that the general health of the workers
interviewing elderly and retired factory employees,
the same findings were indicated: no
residual effects of any kind were found
among the people who had been employed
at the factory.
a full-scale scientific investigation,
scientists discovered a single anomaly
at the factory:
an electromagnetic reading in the
far-infrared spectrum emanating from the
kiln used to fire the ceramics.
of a metallic slag in the kiln,
accumulated over years of buildup,
showed it was made up of 33 minerals.
These minerals happen to correspond with
33 essential minerals in the human body,
and when heated sufficiently, radiate
far-infrared energy exactly like the
worked feverishly to reproduce the
effect in a portable device, resulting
in the FIM Energizer.
It has won many
e.g., the Gold Medal at the 1986
Zagreb International Fair, the Silver
Medal at the 35th Brussels Eureka Worlds
Fair for Inventions, and the Chinese
Science and Technology Invention Award.