Earthing and so-called “dirty electricity”

We often receive inquiries about "dirty electricity," typically stemming from various online sources. One common concern revolves around the idea that grounding oneself indoors through a wall outlet can lead to the transmission of "dirty electricity" through the ground cord, grounding product, and the body, posing a potential danger.

However, this claim lacks a factual basis. "Dirty electricity" refers to high-frequency peaks in electrical wiring caused by devices like dimmer switches, refrigerators, and other appliances. Contrary to being hazardous, grounding serves as a preventive measure, demonstrated in a well-conducted study by a Polish neurosurgeon and cardiologist.

Earthing products by Earthing Harmony address safety concerns by incorporating grounding cords with a built-in 100K Ohm resistor, effectively blocking any potentially harmful current flow. Grounding has been shown to restore and rejuvenate the body's cells, reducing inflammation associated with common diseases.

There is no published evidence supporting the idea that "dirty electricity" penetrates a grounded body. On the contrary, existing research suggests that proper grounding prevents such spikes from entering the body. Potential issues may arise only if the home's grounding system is malfunctioning (in which case consulting an electrician is recommended) or if an individual is electro-hypersensitive.