The Ashwin
The Ashwin is a monthly webzine for ΑΩ Labs' customers -- February, 2003 Edition
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To Our Readers in the U.S. -- The products/devices mentioned on this page, and the information presented herein, have not been examined or evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Adminstration. Therefore, these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Their purchase in your country can only be for research purposes only.

AO Natural Suppositories
'Natural Suppositories'

This month we introduce the first in what will be a growing line of 'natural suppositories' that make uses of herbal extracts (although one of the new products, Chelatox, uses as its active ingredient, a complex salt of EDTA, a commonly used chelating agent).
On our suppository introductory page we discuss the advantages of suppositories as a means of delivering many pharmacological and nutraceutical agents, as well as summaries on the first three products to be introduced from this line.
Cansema Suppository - overview In addition, each suppository has its own product page:
(1) Cansema Suppositories, another internal application of our Cansema Black Topical Salve, (2) Chelatox, a cost competitive alternative to Medicardium, and (3) Neem Oil Suppositories, a research product with enormous potential as a broad-based pregnancy and STD prophylactic.

Nicholas Tesla
The Marvels of the
Tesla Photon Machine
Most people remember Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) from grade school -- the lanky Serbian American and inventive genius who brought us alternating current, wireless communication, radio, fluorescent lights, and the rotating magnetic field principle. It can be argued that no other inventor of the last 200 years had more profound influence in altering the course of civilization.
The Vibe Machine And yet very few people know the medical applications of Tesla's work. Two years ago we became acquainted with a medical researcher in the U.S. who was working on applying Tesla coil electromagnetic fields to noble gases (principally the lightest four in the Periodic Table after helium -- neon, argon, krypton, and xenon). There is a very similar unit which is called Vibe Machine (, where he currently retails the device for about $25,000 (wholesale prices are nearly $18,000 per unit). The interesting thing is --- the units DO sell quite well, because, like the Prologue unit in the right column, this machine produces amazing results -- or so people claim ... but more on that later.
One of the purposes behind Alpha Omega Labs is to find cost effective health care solutions -- and this is such an area. The truth is, as amazing as this device is, considering all that it does, it really does cost just $2,500 worth of parts to build it. With labor and various "G & A" expenses, a fair price, in our humble opinion, is $5,995.
The 'Tesla Crown' of our device So that is exactly what we've decided to charge for it, as we manufacture it ourselves.
The operation of the unit involves passing very small current (measureable in milliamps) with high voltage (around 20,000 volts) through various gas tubes, wherein you provide sufficient conductivity to the energize the gas tubes, which then give off "healing frequencies."

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Note to our Readers: This is 5th edition of the 2nd year of our Ashwin (pronounced "Ah-sh' win"), covering February, 2003. Previous editions are archived. If you have questions, email us.

The Prologue with Probe
Is This the Face
Of New Medicine?

This device produces results that are equal or superior to similar bioenergetic machines now on the market. At $1,595 -- it costs less than half ...

Operator's Manual

Recently, we had an associate travel to Moscow to research some of the latest technology to come out of that country's space and military programs. That space or military research would yield valuable medical technology seems quite an anomoly -- but anyone who knows this country can tell you it is filled with wondrous contradictions.
The Prologue What impressed us most were the physicians willing to step forward to discuss their clinical experiences -- (we are formatting the video shot there, which should be online some time within the next two weeks). The detailed protocols for a wide variety of ailments, some involving years of research, coupled with the fact that this device has been certified by the government of the Russian Federation, (through their Ministry of Health, which first authorized its use in 1995), was also quite surprising. (In Russia, this is the equivalent of what would be called "FDA Approval" in the U.S.)

"I can readily see a day coming when most pharmaceuticals, as we now know them, will be a doctor's secondary therapeutic choice - quite distant at that," one Moscovite doctor told us. Even something as commonplace as the intravenous drug delivery method is being overhauled --- why, the very purpose of the "probe" which the Prologue comes with (see picture above), is to give users the option of placing a pharmaceutical on the skin, and then "driving the agent" through the skin by means of the vibrations emanating from the probe.
In terms of operation, the Prologue takes feedback from the user and actually "decides" which frequencies are needed to bring the user "back in to balance." A complete Operations Manual is currently being prepared in English for viewing on this site, along with the aforementioned videos.
This product will be available for both purchase and rental by mid-February. If you have advance inquiries, please email us.

Tesla Photon Machine
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From what has been observed over the last few years, the body appears to absorb those frequencies in which it is deficient - discarding what it doesn't. This is not unlike the body's assimilation of micronutrients from food that it needs, and discarding of nutrients that it doesn't need. You simply sit close to the machine while it is activated -- with a daily dose consisting of no more than 60 seconds of exposure time. (We normally extend our arms with the palms of our hands pointed towards the tubes, for best results.)

The range of anecdotal claims that this device has been garnering is nothing short of astonishing. Our view, especially for our friends in the U.S. and Canada, is that a safer and more politically palatable way of "introducing" our Tesla Photon Machine is as a research device. Given what this device does, we strongly urge our associates to avoid medical claims -- it just isn't necessary ... Really.
People will see for themselves what this device does. As with the Prologue, this device is available for both purchase and rental.
Additional details, protocols, and related information will be posted shortly.

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