The terahertz range refers to electromagnetic waves with frequencies between 100 GHz and 10 THz, or wavelengths between 3 mm and 30 m. Light between radio waves and infrared has some unique properties.
Terahertz can “see inside” plastics and textiles, paper and cardboard. Many biomolecules, proteins, explosives or narcotics also have characteristic absorption lines, so-called spectral “fingerprints,” with frequencies between 0.1 and 5 THz. Thus, the two main advantages of terahertz radiation are penetration of conventionally opaque materials on the one hand and high chemical selectivity on the other.
Unlike X-rays, terahertz waves have no ionizing effects and are biologically harmless.
The iTeracare device uses focused terahertz frequencies that can penetrate up to 20 – 30 cm into the body without causing any discomfort or irritation. Every cell in our body vibrates at a certain frequency which is expressed in Hertz. Terahertz resonates in the body at the same frequency as healthy, human cells … this corresponds to billions of vibrations per second.
The electromagnetic waves from the terahertz region are used in medicine today as a biophysical factor to correct back all kinds of disorders and abnormalities.