Is The Amega Amwand A Scam?

June 24th, 2010 | Posted in Hot Topics, Misc, Money Issues, Opinion, Reviews, video | Comments Off

The short answer to the question posed in the title of this entry is a resounding “YES!”.

Specifically, the Amwand claims to use zero point energy to achieve all kinds of results. Claims have been made that it can relieve pain and improve your overall health just by waving this thing over the affected area like it was some kind of magic wand.

Personally, rather than spend $300 on the Amega Amwand, I would much rather use it to get this Acer Aspire laptop. I would have something much more useful. Something that can actually DO what it’s makers say it can do, unlike the Amwand.

Claims have also been made that you can wave it over food and drink to infuse them with zero point energy and make them better and more effective.

Before spending money on the Amwand, I think it would be very much worth your while to watch this video about it.

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