Hi! I am physicist FK Kari Nokela and I use vedapulse products in Finland. (qualifier: The image above does not represent me). My official company name is Ayurvedakonsultti Kari Nokela. Vedapulse measures the electrical ecg signal of the heart, analyzes it and prints a wide variety of health information. It is an excellent holistic health extension. The international company is in the background. More information about me through the menu page “I Kari Nokela + blogs”.
The electrical signals from the heart tell a lot.
The vedapulse consultation is a calm peaceful 5-minute wrist electrical voltage measurement. The voltage is routed through the electrodes and the coupling unit to the computer. This voltage, as a function of time, reflects the electrical activity of the Heart (ecg). From the ecg, the computer calculates Spectrum in which the different frequency ranges correspond to Ayurvedic Doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Including The graphs of Chinese Medicine, nutritional advice and energy therapy are calculated from the same ecg. The yoga instructor will benefit from the Vedapulse’s Yoga asana guidelines. In calculating the parameters, the “heart rate variability” (HRV) method is used: the heart rate of the frequency is a slight change throughout the time, and this slight variation is registered in both the time and frequency levels. (Do you have difficulty understanding? Don’t worry. Measurement is easy and understandable in practice.)
How reliable are the ayurveda dosha measurements with Vedapulse compared to the traditional finger pulse reading? (For millennia, ayurvedic measurements have been performed by feeling the wrist pulse with fingers). In studies in 85% of cases, both methods of measurement gave the same result. Why not then a hundred percent? It is very possible that the manual measurement is less accurate? Be difficult to obtain clarity without thorough scientific monitoring.
In Finland: Quote from Katin kauneuskulman vedapulse page:
The Vedapulse meter indicates the current Ayurvedic state of the person being measured; The balance of the Vata, Pitta and Kapha, the equilibrium of the body’s energy centers, the stress status of the body, the balance of the different elements and meridians, and the function of the parts of the body. Based on the measurement results, the program provides guidance on lifestyle, food and spices to help balance the body’s condition.
Pulse reading has been one of the most important methods of diagnosing Oriental medicine throughout the ages. The measurement combines Western technology with Oriental Medicine.
Scientists have developed an ECG-based medical measuring device from Asian medicine and cardiography expert Prof. Under the direction of Oleg Sorokin. The diagnosis is made from the pulse and cardiac curve measured from both wrists. The measurement corresponds to the Ayurvedic pulse reading.
You will get instructions and lecture results and instructions to beat the balance. “
Can it get an electric shock?
During the measurement, electricity travels from the heart through the wrists to the electronic switching unit and, through it, to the computer. Not in the other direction. If your computer would have a bad technical defect, it could not cause a higher than battery voltage. The computer operates at a voltage of 5 volts.
The next is a series of sample prints from the needs of the nutritionist.
When you click on the image, you will be able to visit the international website more thoroughly:
Ayurvedic Dosha pilars 3 (Vata yellow. Pitta red, Kapha blue).
Foot-bed zones for the zone therapist.