Water bottle bag invented to fight effects of radiation

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Monday, August 25, 2014


AN INVENTION was launched by a Baguio City-based inventor, which has the capability to energize and protect a body from radiation.

The Natural Anti-Radiation and Energy Enhancer (Naree) H20 Bottle Bag is a patented handy bottle bag with Patent Registration No. 1201000096 issued by the Intellectual Property Office.

The bottle bag is embedded with anti-radiation and energy enhancer technology, which contains bio-elements.

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Inventor Vic Casiquing called this technology phyto-energy compressed in oil extracts of plants, which was technically engineered.

He explained the bottle bag can work when a bottle of refreshment is stored in the bag for even for only few seconds.

The natural energy generated by the phyto-energy through fusion techniques and photodynamic process, can be transferred from the liquid in the bottle to the human body once it is drank.

Casiquing shared the natural energies created by the bottle bag can eliminate or lessen effects of radiation in the body caused by electromagnetic devices such as mobile phones, computers and other electronic devices.

He added eliminating the effects of radiation results in a more energized body.

It will also prevent someone from getting migraine, eye strain, stress and fatigue among others.

The inventor highlighted this new innovation is needed especially now that humans are dependent on technology which emits radiation which causes premature aging, a weak immune system and other multiple health illnesses, some fatal.

Casiquing revealed his invention will also help encourage people to drink more thus keeping them hydrated with the liquid the body needs.
Currently the bottle bag is available for sale at P750 for 500ml and P850 at 1000ml.

To support and avail of this invention, orders can be made through A More Invention Cottage (AMIR) at mobile numbers 0909439737 and 09055546154 or at rev_naaree@yahoo.com.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on August 26, 2014.

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