"What's in it?"
Q: “What’s in it?” These are the questions we get asked the most. “How does smartnute work…”
A: Before we answer these questions, first think about how many products you use daily that rely on crystals in order to function.
Printed circuit boards for computers and mobile phones use crystals.
The list for uses of crystals is long and can include an electric guitar to the axial tomograph used for brain scanning in the hospital to the satellites circling our planet and the starships going to Mars and beyond.
You are around crystals all the time, from your wristwatch to your car to your personal computer and mobile phone, all your current electronic devices work thanks to the properties of crystals.
You’ll find semiconductor crystals in chips; piezoelectric crystals in electronic watches, microphones and loudspeakers; pyroelectric crystals in thermographs and alarm systems; and liquid crystals in the displays of mobile phones and televisions.
And you’ll find crystals such as graphene or quasicrystals in the materials of the future. These are just a few areas where crystals (natural or man-made) and their resonant frequencies are captivating the minds of scientists.
Natural crystals millions of years old.
All of these crystal applications are carrying information – as do the crystals in SmartNute as they drift around in the pure substrate of distilled water.
SmartNute is formulated by imprinting energetic signatures (frequencies) into the substrate and tiny crystals.
Nikola Tesla (who invented AC electricity, technology for smartphones, etc.) knew more about resonant frequencies than anyone else. He said, “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” Hence, SmartNute...
The tiny crystals found in nature and used in SmartNute help store and deliver pre-determined information to SmartNute's target soil, substrate, plants, and also pests and plant enemies.