What the Heck is Biotech?




Biotech is my latest obsession- and for good reason. 

If I told you that your body as you know it isn’t functioning at optimal capacity, would you believe me?

What if I told you that you could change that with biotech? 

You’d get excited- right?! 

I mean, after a bit of healthy skepticism and experience, sure.

That’s what happened to me anyway.

After a serious injury, my very dear friend told me about biotech and how it could help me recover faster. 

With nothing to lose (and SO much to gain), I gave it a shot- despite initial thoughts that my mate might actually be bat-sh!t crazy.

You can check out my journey with Mystech in this short video.

So, what the heck is biotech? 

Let’s not over-complicate this. Bio (biology) + tech (technology) = biotech (biotechnology). 

Expanded Definition:

When we combine “the science of life and living organisms” (What is Biology? - NTNU, n.d.) with “the practical application of knowledge...in a particular area” (Definition of TECHNOLOGY, 2020), we get biotechnology- the use of a living organism, or some component of a living system, to make a useful product” (Biotechnology | Biology | Science | Khan Academy, n.d.)

To understand how it works for you, you need to have a basic understanding of how the human body functions.

Here’s a quick lesson. 

The central nervous system (CNS) is made up of your brain, spinal cord, and retina. Its responsibilities include receiving, processing, and responding to sensory information…[which] travels from the body to the spinal cord before reaching the brain” (Thau, Reddy and Singh, 2020). 

In other words, your body is a big electric circuit board. All of your physical responses and motor functions are possible because of something called bioelectricity. 

Bioelectricity refers to electrical currents occurring within or produced by the human body” (E-QURE - The Science of Bioelectricity, n.d.).

Now that we know what biotech is and how the body works, let’s explore electricity a little further. 

You’ve probably heard about EMFs- electromagnetic fields. These are created by all things electronic, including the human body. 

Electronics (ie, lights, wi-fi, cell phones, etc) emit frequencies that are foreign to the human body. These frequencies disrupt the way your body functions on a cellular level. 

Let’s put this into context.

Think about when a cell phone rings while you're listening to the radio- you hear distortion or interference. 

That's two electromagnetic fields interfering with each other. This is the same thing that happens to your body when you are within about 5,000 ft (nearly a mile; or, 1.5 km!) of anything electronic.


What this means for your body-

What happens is your protons spin out of control, unsure of which frequency they should respond to. This creates very distorted pathways for those signals that are traveling through your CNS. 

This amplifies and radiates pain signals, for example.

Have you ever experienced: 

  • “sleep disturbances, including insomnia
  • headache
  • depression and depressive symptoms
  • tiredness and fatigue
  • dysesthesia (a painful, often itchy sensation)
  • lack of concentration
  • changes in memory
  • dizziness
  • irritability
  • loss of appetite and weight loss
  • restlessness and anxiety
  • nausea
  • skin burning and tingling
  • changes in an electroencephalogram (which measures electrical activity in the brain)"?

This is a list of reported side-effects of EMF exposure, ironically, coming from an article on HealthLine where author, Erica Cirino (2019) suggests there isn’t enough evidence to prove EMFs affect the human body in a dangerous way. In the same article, she notes that there could be a relation between EMF exposure and various types of cancer. 

Unsurprisingly, there are countless studies that will tell you the same sort of thing: it *could* cause (insert any issue from a headache to death here) *but* we can’t conclude these findings”. 

With the emergence of 5G, you’ve probably already started seeing more articles and talks coming out from expert scientists, medical professionals, technology and electrical engineers; and more about how these side-effects are in fact conclusively caused by EMF exposure- especially prolonged or excessive exposure. Sure, who could that affect in an increasingly digital world? 

*Hint*- any biological being within a 5,000ft radius of electronics. 

If you want to fact-check this, just have a little look at the fine print of your mobile device. You probably threw it away- we all do. So, Google one or check out the documentary and they’ll show you this fine print as well as more well-documented findings.

Should I freak out now?

While you should be concerned about this, there is something you can do about it.
Knowledge isn’t power. Taking action with that knowledge is. 

This is where Mystech comes in. They use the component side of biotech in the form of resonant frequency.

What is resonant frequency? 

Do you remember 7th-grade science class? Specifically, the part where we learned about waves, harmonics, and vibration?

That’s frequency. The rate of vibration of an object.
Everything is energy; everything is vibrating; everything is constantly moving.

Resonant Frequency is defined by Dr. Rod Nave in HyperPhysics (2000), as follows: 

In sound applications, a resonant frequency is a natural frequency of vibration determined by the physical parameters of the vibrating object. This same basic idea of physically determined natural frequencies applies throughout physics in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and even throughout the realm of modern physics”.  

Your body naturally resonates at 7.83hz. This is called the Schumann Resonance.
This is your resonant frequency. 

How does it work?

Remember the children's toy with the metal filings and a magnetic tip pen? The filings stand on end to make a picture as the magnet draws them into place.


Resonant frequency works in much the same way. While magnets don’t work on biological beings (living things); resonant frequency behaves like magnets for biological beings. 

By wearing or applying something imprinted with your body's natural resonant frequency, EMFs are diffused and your protons get realigned; resulting in clear pathways for those signals traveling through your CNS. 

What are the effects?

This equates to better balance, improved flexibility, reduced pain, and greater strength. Your body will now be functioning at its optimal capacity and can repair itself much faster. This means faster muscle recovery, less sick days, reduced or eliminated prescription drugs (according to numerous testimonials), and improved rest. 

Mystech has 10 years of customer feedback with 5,000+ people (for each individual ailment) reporting 25-65% improvements in pain, fibromyalgia, OCD, ADHD, flexibility, migraines, mood, rotator cuff, focus, carpal tunnel, vertigo, energy, arthritis, tennis elbow, sciatica, back pain, motion sickness, muscle mobility, tremors, memory, and joint pain within their first week of wearing the technology. Mystech is only a handful of testimonials away from adding Alzheimers, dementia, and Parkinson's Disease to this list! 

Ok, so, that’s for wearable tech- what about skincare? 

Since your body absorbs around 60% of what you put on it, you are absorbing this technology to really put your body in its optimal state. Imprinting the ingredients ensures the ingredients themselves are in their best state by changing their molecular structures.

Imagine having a topical moisturizing ibuprofen- except, natural and WAY better. 

Whether you’re in need of a quick “dose” for a headache or achy muscles; or you simply need a daily moisturizer, you’ll be good to go. 

I like to think of it as magic- but, in reality, it's just science! Which is pretty magical. 

Why be good, when you can be great?


There's a variety of options for all-natural skincare these days. There's even some that use biotech.

To understand the difference, let's break it down quickly.


Biotech used in other brands refers to ingredients such as essential oils, for example.

Mystech uses the component part- aka, resonant frequency.

Both have their uses (that's why Propriis uses both😉). The synergy of these different forms of biotech and fully sustainable (compostable) packaging is what sets us apart.

We're not here to be good. We're here to elevate your GREATness.

Nikola Tesla was WAY ahead of his time.

Still ahead of the times with over a decade in business- Mystech continued and applied his findings to create the single best wearable biotech products in the world today.

Propriis is currently the only skincare brand in the world to utilize this technology. I can’t wait for you to experience it =D 


Propriis users have reported a decrease or elimination of nerve pain, acute tendonitis, arthritic pain, pain caused by Lupus, acute pain, rosacea, Keratosis Polaris, increased mobility, and healing excessively dry skin- including dehydrated skin, cracked heels, and calluses formed over decades of repeated tasks (ie, kneeling for work).


Further Research Information: 

This documentary was done by 3rd party physicists based in the UK. They explain what EMFs are and how they affect our bodies and our environment. They also introduce you to the Schumann Resonance (which is the natural frequency of the earth and your body): 

The Earthing Movie- based on the book Earthing, is a documentary that came out in November 2019. It features experts in science, medicine, and holistic health who explain how earthing (aka grounding) affects the human body. 

This is a recent live blood analysis done on a woman pre-Mystech and again after just four hours of wearing Mystech technology:

THIS is why we use Mystech in the Propriis product line.





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