Necklaces intended to "protect" wearers from 5G have been found to be radioactive

The Dutch Authority for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection (ANVS) has issued a warning about 10 products that give off harmful ionizing radiation after conducting testing.

Anti-5G pendant said to be emitting harmful ionizing radiation

In an attempt to "protect" themselves from 5G devices and frequencies, some individuals have purchased necklaces and accessories that is said to ward off harmful effects of 5G. Unfortunately it seems that the real culprit in emitting harmful effects may have been necklaces called "Quantum Pendants" or jewelry items containing "negative ions".

The ANVS has officially advised individuals to stop wearing these items due to the ionizing radiation but proceeded to state that "The level of radiation measured is low and risk of health problems is low too." Nevertheless, the Dutch committee cannot completely rule out long-term harmful effects after extended periods of use. Consequently, the ANVS has notified all vendors selling the aforementioned products within the Netherlands to cease sales immediately.

If an individual living within the Netherlands has one of these products, the ANVS is advising them to store it away safely, contact them (ANVS), and await instructions on how to initiate a return of the product.

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