Bemer Mat Review

In this Bemer mat review, also known as a Bemer Machine, we will examine the Bemer mat’s PEMF therapy including the waveform, intensity, frequency of the therapy.

If you are looking for local practitioners in your area who use the Bemer mat, or have it available please see our Bemer Therapy Near Me directory page.

In addition on this page we will also examine the Bemer mat’s certifications, warranties, what you should know, and available devices & pricing.

There have been changes to the Bemer product line over the years, and even recently to the packs they offer, so we keep this page updated and you’ll notice some history is included in the updated sections.

We cover a lot on this review page, check the table of contents for an overview and leave us a comment if there’s something we haven’t answered!

Table of Contents

Bemer Mat Summary

Bemer PEMF Therapy

Bemer Therapies

Product Details

Total Score

Bemer PEMF Therapy

1  – Waveform Types

2  – Frequency Levels

0.35  – Mat Intensity (Gauss)

 – Pulse Duration Levels

Bemer Therapies

*Separate red light therapy device called the B.Light was included with now discontinued and unavailable version of the Bemer called the Bemer Pro Set 

Product Details

Starting Price
• $5,285

Return Policy
• 30 Day Partial

• Mat – 3 Year
• Controller – 6 Month

Sizes Available
• 2 Options

Total Score

How Does Bemer Mat Compare!

The Bemer Life Group is likely the most well known in the field of pulsed electro magnetic field therapy or PEMF. 

They’ve been around since 1990 and have been largely popularized through the years through MLM (multi-level marketed) distributors.

The Bemer Group is out of Liechtenstein, and “Bemer” stands for Bio Electro Magnetic Energy Regulation.

Many people also compare the Biomat to the Bemer, you can see our comparison between them on this page, Bemer vs Biomat.

bemer therapy mat and controller
Bemer Controller & Mat

Where are Bemer Products Found?

MLM, or multi-level marketing a form of network marketing, means that Bemer Group produces the products but they are also sold through various third parties that you will find locally or online.

Some practitioners may also use the Bemer and offer it as a service at their offices, we created a directory to help you find those locations on our Bemer Therapy Near Me page.

Bemer now has a line up of PEMF products which are sold only through their MLM distributor network.

This means, you can’t simply go purchase a Bemer mat from their website like a normal online store, you need to be matched with an independent (MLM) Bemer distributor first.

If you don’t know your local Bemer independent distributor, you can fill out a form on the Bemer Group website which will match you with someone.

You can also find a good selection of new and used Bemer mats on eBay.

We would recommend this over buying used Bemer mat somewhere locally as eBay and Paypal offer buyer protection.

Be aware, that a used Bemer mat won’t have a warranty, and if you buy one new, make sure you sign register your device for the warranty.

Which Bemer Product Are We Reviewing?

Note that for the purposes of this Bemer therapy review we will be considering the Bemer Starter-Set and Bemer Deluxe-Set offerings.

The Bemer Deluxe-Set is considered the Bemer flagship product, and was previously known as the Bemer Home-Edition and before that, the Bemer Pro.

Previously our review page considered the Bemer Go-Edition and Home-Edition, and before that, the Bemer Pro and Bemer Classic models, which were formerly the most recent versions and the new releases after the original Bemer product, the Bemer 3000.

In many ways this review considers all Bemer products, new and old, because the Bemer PEMF technology used in the Bemer 3000 back in 2007, is the same as used today in the Deluxe-Set and Starter-Set.

Only the packaging, controllers, and applicators have changed over the years while the Bemer PEMF signal itself has remained the same and hasn’t been updated since the 2007 version.

Short Summary of Bemer Product History

Don’t be too confused by all the different names of the editions and packs from Bemer, these have changed a bit recently but are mostly just re-naming of the same device components.

For clarity,  the original Bemer 3000 product came first, then the Bemer Pro and Bemer Classic, then the Home-Edition and Go-Edition, and then these were renamed/repackaged to the current day offerings of the Bemer Starter-Set, Deluxe-Set and add-ons the Go-Pack and Office-Pack.

What's the difference between the Bemer Starter-Set & Bemer Deluxe-Set?

The PEMF, also known as the Bemer Signal or Bemer therapy, of the Starter-Set and the Deluxe-Set are the same.

The difference is that the Deluxe-Set includes something called the B.Pad, which is a pad PEMF applicator which can be for example wrapped around your arm.

The Starter-Set also includes a spot applicator called the B.Spot, for local PEMF application, so the main difference between the sets is just that you have a PEMF applicator which you can strap to your arm or leg (although the B.Spot comes with a wearable strap also.)

The other difference is that the Deluxe-Set comes with the things you would need to take your Bemer on the road, like a battery, car cable for charging, and a Bemer backpack.

What's the difference between Bemer Go-Pack and Bemer Home-Pack?

The Bemer Go-Pack and Home-Pack are the new names used for what was previously called the Go-Edition and Home-Edition, and you should know also, that the Bemer Starter-Set is simply the Basic Pack and Home-Pack combined.

You can’t actually buy the Basic-Pack by itself, it needs to be purchased together with a Home-Pack making it a Bemer Starter-Set, or with the Go-Pack.

The main difference between the Go-Pack and Home-Pack are that the Go-Pack comes with a spot applicator for PEMF on the go, and the Home-Pack comes with a mat applicator for PEMF at home.

Bemer Home-Pack

  • Home-Pack comes with a mat applicator called the B.Body
  • Home-Pack does not come with the B.Pad which is a smaller applicator
  • Formerly known as the Home-Edition

Bemer Go-Pack

  • Go-Pack does not come with the mat applicator called the B.Body
  • Go-Pack does come with the B.Pad which is a smaller applicator, and a backpack to carry the smaller applicators
  • Formerly known as the Go-Edition

Both Packs

  • Both the Home-Pack and Go-Pack both come with the smaller applicators the B.Grip, B.Spot
  • Neither the Home-Pack or the Go-Pack come with the B.Sit, the seat applicator, this is only available with the add-on Office-Pack

Both editions utilize the same B.Box controller and same PEMF, so the main differences are simply the applicators included.

These are the primary differences, there are other small accessories that are respective to each edition, like a shoe cover for the Home-Pack for use with the mat, or the battery for the B.Pad which comes with the Go-Pack.

If you’re looking at the older versions of the Bemer and want to know the differences between the last versions the Bemer Pro and the Bemer Classic, read on in the next section.

What's the difference between Bemer PRO & Bemer Classic?

These are now unavailable for purchase (except used versions) and discontinued however include most the same components as the current Bemer Starter-Set and Bemer Deluxe-Set.

The primary difference between the Bemer Pro and Bemer Classic is the mat controller and accessories which they come with.

In fact we haven’t been able to tell any difference between the B.Body Classic mat and B.Body Pro mat, other than the Pro mat is made using Alcantara which helps with durability and stain protection.

Otherwise the mats have the same PEMF therapy, flux densities, weights, and size. 

The controllers however differ between the Classic and the Pro along with accessories included. The Bemer Pro set includes more PEMF applicators than the Classic bundle does.

Full Review Video of the Bemer Mat!

In our review video above we will cover all of the topics noted to the right with the time stamps.

Or watch from the beginning to see the full review!

*Note that I’ve added a correction to the video (No YouTube tool to add a text correction to the video itself unfortunately)

Video Topic Time Stamps:

1:23 – Background
1:49 – Product Types & Sizes
3:09 – Bemer Mat Therapy
3:54 – Bemer Mat Therapy – Waveform
5:15 – Bemer Mat Therapy – Frequency
7:48 – Bemer Mat Therapy – Intensity
11:07 – Does Bemer Mat PEMF Work? (Watch us test it!)
13:00 – Bemer Mat Intensity Check (Watch us test it!)
14:16 – Does Bemer have the Best PEMF?
18:39 – Certifications
20:35 – FDA Certifications
22:46 – Pricing
23:08 – Guarantee*
24:53 – Warranty
25:49 – Where to Buy & Where to Find
26:28 – Considerations & Other Things to Know
27:23 – Combining PEMF with Other Therapies

*In the Guarantee section of the video I say “in its original unopened box”, this is an error, and the box can be opened and still returned provided the other required conditions of return are met. See all details in the Guarantee Return Policy section on this page*

Check out reviews of other PEMF products & the Bemer compared!

Bemer Therapy

Bemer therapy is the name given to describe the specific PEMF therapy configuration generated by the Bemer PEMF device and controller.

People often also refer to Bemer therapy as physical Bemer vascular therapy or even micro circulation therapy.

Pain relief and circulation improvement through the blood vessels are often reported as the benefits of Bemer therapy and explain also why it’s referred to as vascular therapy, but does Bemer therapy really work?

Does Bemer Therapy Really Work? - What the Research Indicates

There are some publicly available studies which have been done using Bemer therapy and the results show either positively, inconclusively or ineffective.

The large amount of research from the PubMed showed interestingly that there is no evidence to suggest the patented Bemer waveform is more effective than any other form of PEMF.

The Pubmed research indicates that a therapeutic PEMF intensity of 1 – 10 Gauss and frequencies from 1-30 Hz are thus far found to be the most effective. (Bemer intensity: 0.035 up to 0.35 Gauss, Bemer frequency: 10Hz OR 33Hz)

You can find the Bemer Pubmed studies, as well as a long list of other positively indicating PEMF studies on our page, What is the Best PEMF Therapy?, PEMF Therapy – 7 Answers from 335 PEMF Studiesbut our best research in answering whether PEMF therapy & Bemer therapy really work is on our page.

We think it noteworthy to mention there is a brand of PEMF mat which closely aligns with a multitude of PubMed PEMF research.

This is the Healthy Wave Pro Multi-Wave PEMF Mat, which provides a variable intensity of up to 3 Gauss and variable frequency between 1-30Hz, in addition to multiple waveforms and further PEMF customization.

For example, a list of positive indicating PEMF studies from the PubMed website with PEMF that can be replicated or closely replicated by the Healthy Wave Pro Multi-Wave PEMF mat are as follows, use the next and previous buttons to go from page 1 to 3.

PEMF Research StudyFrequency (Hz)Intensity (G)
Targeting Mesenchymal Cells with PEMF Potential to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis5 Hz0.4 Gauss
PEMF Promotes Osteogenesis in Bone Defect Repair15 Hz0.5 Gauss
Effects of PEMF & Swimming on Rat Sciatic Nerve Injury2 Hz3 Gauss
Effects of PEMF on Functional Index of Injured Sciatic Nerve in Rat2 Hz3 Gauss
Circadian Rhythm Influeces Promoting Role of PEMF in Sciatic Nerve Regeneration2 Hz3 Gauss
Evaluation of Cyto & Genotoxic Effects of PEMF on Mesenchymal Cells5 Hz4 Gauss
Exposure to PEMF Protect Structural Integrity of Cila Harmed by Cigarette Smoke16 Hz2.82 Gauss
Effects of PEMF on a Murine Osteosarcoma (Cancer) Cell Line10 Hz4 Gauss
PEMF for Peripheral Blood Circulation in People with Diabetes12 Hz5 Gauss
PEMF Regulate Osteocyte Apoptosis15Hz5 Gauss
Effect of Long Term PEMF on Osteoporosis12 Hz3 Gauss
Physiological & Molecular Effects of PEMF on Human Neuronal Cells (NASA STUDY)10 Hz0.2 Gauss
Stimulation of Sciatic Nerve Regeneration with PEMF2 Hz3 Gauss
Enhancement of Functional Recovery after Crush Lesion to Sciatic Nerve with PEMF2 Hz3 Gauss
PEMF Effects on Osteogenesis of Mesenchymal (Bone) Stem Cells7.5 Hz1.3 Gauss
Stimulation of Osteogenic (Bone Marrow) Differentiation in Human Osteoprogenitor Cells by PEMF15 Hz1 Gauss
Review of PEMF Mechanisms at a Cellular Level15 Hz1 Gauss
Effects of PEMF on Osteoblast (Bone Marrow) Cell Activities15 Hz1 Gauss
Optimization of PEMF for Arthritis Management5 Hz0.04 Gauss
Low Frequency, Low Intensity PEMF Anti Inflammatory Effect5 Hz0.04 Gauss
Osteoblast (Bone Marrow) Cells Responsive to Low Frequency PEMF10 Hz0.06 Gauss
PEMF Improves Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Osteoblast Culture16 Hz0.06 Gauss
Low Frequency PEMF Cause Anti-Oxidative Mechanism in Human Osteoblasts16 Hz0.06 Gauss

Bemer Vasomotion Micro Circulation

While researching the Bemer mat to put together this review page, we frequently came across a term called Vasomotion.

The Bemer marketing message is that nobody does vasomotion better than Bemer, and this is why they sometimes refer to it as Bemer Vascular Therapy.

Vasomotion is also known as angiokinesis and is what facilitates micro circulation in the body’s arteries and veins.

Micro circulation is the movement of blood on the microscopic level, the final runs of arteries and veins which bring blood to the very fringes of our body, the furthest reaches from our main arteries and veins.

We decided to try and find out as much as we could about the Bemer vasomotion as it is so highly touted, and it did not take us long to find a study which actually found Bemer to be ineffective in enhancing micro circulation.

The study of Bemer PEMF on PubMed, Effects of low-dosed and high-dosed low-frequency electromagnetic fields on Microcirculation, found that,

“With both pulsed low-dosed magnetic field and pulsed high-dosed magnetic field, just as with the sham treatment, a minor drop in temperature and decrease in microcirculation took place”, and

“It was concluded that a local application of a pulsed low-frequency magnetic field to the foot did not enhance temperature or cutaneous microcirculation.”

In this study it’s necessary to read between the lines to determine that it is a Bemer which they are testing, we paid for the full text source of the study so we could find confirmation of the device they used; however even in the free study summary they give details of the PEMF used, 100uT at 30Hz, which is Bemer’s PEMF configuration.

Looking further we were able to find numerous other PEMF research studies which improved circulation and microcirculation and one highly interesting literature review of multiple PEMF studies (non Bemer) which improved blood flow,

A Literature Review: The Effects of Magnetic Field Exposure on Blood Flow and Blood Vessels in the Microvasculature

We also found a study performed by the inventor of the Bemer, Dr. Klopp, which supported Bemer’s marketing claims of vasomotion improvement, Dr. Klopp Vasomotion PEMF Study.

We’re hesitant to put too much confidence in this study due to the contradictory independent studies seen, and the fact that it was indeed performed by the inventor of the Bemer and not an independent research group; however it does demonstrate positive results.

Bemer Nasa Agreement

The Bemer Nasa agreement is a popular point of marketing for the Bemer brand, so we took time to look into exactly what it means.

Nasa often engages in partnerships with external entities, contractors, academia, public, and other stakeholders.

We found this page on the Nasa website to be beneficial in describing their partnerships with various entities, Frequently Asked Questions about Nasa Partnerships

Nasa Agreement 1

The first thing that we noticed when we visited Nasa’s page for their Current Space Act Agreements, is that Bemer is NOT currently listed as a partner on their current list of agreements, it appears that their partnership has been expired for a number of months now since March 12, 2021. 

What we could find were previous lists of Active Space Agreements which were current as of March 31, 2018, September 30, 2019, and June 30, 2020 (linked below); each listing the starting of the agreement with Bemer as March 12, 2015 and the most recent listing the expiration as March 12, 2021.

Space Act Agreements – March 31, 2018 – Bemer on line 646

Space Act Agreements – Sept 30, 2019 – Bemer on line 595

Space Act Agreements – June 30, 2020 – Bemer on line 599

The current list of Active Space Act Agreements (for 2023, last updated June 30, 2023, and last checked by us August 31, 2023) with Nasa has two lists for domestic entities, and the Bemer company isn’t found on either of these two lists (or the list of international partnerships either).

Domestic Space Act Agreements – Current

Domestic Space Act Agreements List 2 – Current

Bemer is, or was engaged in what is known as a “Non-Reimbursable SAA” (Space Act Agreement), with Nasa; to us it is unclear now whether this agreement is on-going as they are no longer listed in Nasa’s list of active agreements, however they are still using this as a point of marketing.

We’ll take the definition of this type of agreement straight from the Nasa FAQ page linked above, 

Nonreimbursable SAAs are collaborative agreements in which NASA and another party each contribute resources – which can include personnel, facilities, expertise, equipment or technology – with no transfer of funds. Each party agrees to fund its own participation in the activity for their mutual benefit.

Nasa is engaged in close to a thousand of these agreements every year, as can be seen on Nasa’s List of Active Space Act Agreements, and these range from many agreements with high school science teams to universities to companies like Bemer among others.

The title of the Bemer agreement with Nasa is, “Prototype Countermeasure Garment for Enhancing Microcirculation”, and its listed value is a “Non-Reimbursable”, $10,587, which is approximately the price of 2 Bemer devices.

What we find curious, in addition to the fact that the agreement currently appears to be expired, is that we haven’t seen any updates on any kind of developments with the agreement/research which was ongoing for more than 6 years.

We’ll be interested to see if we ever hear any further updates or developments with this appearingly expired collaboration.

Nasa PEMF Study

Often also referenced in the PEMF world is the Nasa PEMF Study, a highly interesting study performed independently by Nasa and finding highly positive results from PEMF therapy using a 10Hz, Square Wave between 10-200 mGauss.

It’s important to note that the Nasa PEMF study does NOT involve the Bemer mat in any way.

The Bemer Nasa agreement is an entirely separate agreement as outlined above, the Nasa PEMF study is a study completed independently by Nasa years ago and the configuration of the PEMF used in their study is very different from the Bemer PEMF signal.

You can check out the PEMF configuration of the study yourself on page 4 of the study, 10 of 37 of the PDF, Nasa PEMF Study.

Many PEMF devices reference the Nasa study including Bemer to show that PEMF is an effective therapy, oddly enough, none of them actually provide a 10hz, square wave PEMF like used in the Nasa study.

Another mat we review on our website, the Healthy Wave Multi-Wave Mat, actually provides square and sine wave PEMF from 1-30Hz, with an adjustable intensity up to 3 Gauss; meaning you can actually configure a 10Hz, Square wave, the exact PEMF therapy used in the original Nasa study using the Healthy Wave Multi-Wave Mat.

To us this is actually very cool that a PEMF mat can be configured to provide the same signal as used in the Nasa study; no other PEMF mats or devices have done this to date despite how often the Nasa study is used as part of a marketing pitch.

Bemer PEMF (pulsed electro-magnetic field)

The Bemer mat incorporates a single therapy known as PEMF, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy.

What defines this therapy is the structure of the PEMF waveform, along with its frequency and intensity, read on below.

PEMF Waveform

The defining attribute of the PEMF of the Bemer mat is the waveform that it uses.

Bemer has patented the waveform which they use which is a cascading sine wave pulsetrain which repeats 33 times per second.

The waveform is controlled by the B.Box controller.

The polarity of the waveform on the Bemer reverses every two minutes. 

Polarity reversal is widely agreed upon as effective & most PEMF mats utilize a polarity reversal with their own style of waveform.

When we scoured through the PubMed PEMF research we did not find any studies which tested a cascading sine wave pulse train, except for the Bemer specific studies.

The PEMF research which widely indicated positive results used either a Sine wave, or a Square wave at an intensity of 1 – 10 Gauss and frequency between 1-30 Hz.

Our representation of the Bemer Signal (note the polarity reversal)(note also that the Bemer signal has 40 pulses per "pulse", we represent less here to make it easier to visualize)

PEMF Frequency

Within the Bemer sine wave pulse train waveform there are 40 sine waves that gradually increase in both frequency and amplitude; this combination results in over 1200 pulses per second.

There is also a sleep setting which runs at 10 Hz, resulting in a much larger, or “longer” waveform.

This means you have 2 frequency settings to run the Bemer at, 33Hz or 10Hz

PEMF Intensity

The intensity ranges for the Bemer mat differ for the mat vs. point applicators available to plug into the box controller.

For the Bemer mats, the intensity range is from 3.5 to 35 microTesla (0.035 to 0.35 Gauss).

The Bemer point applicators run up to 100 microTesla and up to 150 microTesla with the Plus signal; this applies to the B.Spot, B.Pad and the new B.Sit. (0.1 to 1.5 Gauss)

What are the most effective PEMF waveforms, intensity & frequency?

Most PEMF therapy brands claim their waveform is the most effective, but how do we know if that’s really the case?

There is in fact hundreds of studies on PEMF publicly available on the PubMed website, but oddly enough most PEMF brands do not reference any of these studies.

Years ago we compiled 56 of the most relevant PEMF studies we could find and summarized the information for you on our page, What is the Best PEMF Therapy?, then more recently to find more comprehensive answers we created a PEMF research study database of 335 studies and found answers to many PEMF questions on our page all about PEMF Therapy

The PEMF research available on PubMed doesn’t indicate that one certain PEMF therapy brand and their waveform is the best, surprise, surprise.

What the research indicates, is that a PEMF intensity of between 1-10 Gauss, and between a 1-30Hz frequency provides repeatedly positive results and even many studies outside this range indicate positive results. (studies were primarily done using a regular sine wave)

We should note there is now one brand offering a PEMF product that allows 1-30Hz frequency modulation at a 3 Gauss variable intensity, using a sine wave like the PubMed studies, this is the Healthy Wave Pro Multi-Wave PEMF Mat.

What is the most natural PEMF waveform, frequency, & intensity?

Some things we do know are that, each cell of the human body has its own small electromagnetic field and these tend to be between the range of 0-30Hz.

The Earth has a magnetic field of its own which is highly varying and has a fundamental resonance frequency around 7.83Hz referred to as the Schumann Frequency, this is a relatively low frequency meaning it has a larger waveform associated with it.

earth ionosphere schumann resonance
Earth's Ionosphere with Schumann Resonance

It would make sense to hypothesize therefore that the most natural PEMF would be at this 7.83Hz Schumann Frequency.

Read more on our page specifically about Natural Earth based PEMF.

A common misstatement is that the Earth’s frequency is a sinusoidal wave, the Earth has in fact a highly variable waveform which is constantly changing and resonates at the Schumann Frequency.

The intensity of the earth’s magnetic field is only in the range of 30-60 microTesla, 0.3-0.6 Gauss.

Thus far the common agreement appears to be that between 0-30Hz is the most effective range for frequency. The common agreement around intensity is that a very high intensity does not yield better results, most PubMed studies show that intensity in the range of 1-10 Gauss is effective.

We say this because comparative studies have shown lower intensity to provide improved results over higher intensity, but also because most studies no matter the intensity come up with positive results in the literature.

See our detailed review of 335 PubMed PEMF studies on our page, PEMF Therapy – 7 Answers from 335 PEMF Studies.

PEMF Considerations

A 20 minute session of PEMF is recommended once per day to receive the benefits of the therapy. 

Bemer specifically recommends an 8 minute session which can be done twice a day.

A longer duration is not harmful, but also not necessary as you will receive the maximum benefits of PEMF in just a 20 minute period.

One important thing to note is that individuals with pacemakers and pregnant women should not use PEMF therapy, it doesn’t say this when visiting the BEMER website so be sure to consult your own physician and make your own choices.

Scroll down to our section on the FDA device recall for Bemer devices for more information on contraindications and warnings.

Bemer Light Therapy (Red Light Therapy Applicator)

The previous flagship line of Bemer, called the Bemer mat Pro package used to include something they call the B.LIGHT.

When we search for this now, we can only find this item as out of stock; and it is not currently being marketed so it appears to be an item only included the previous editions of the Bemer Pro Mat package.

The B.Light is, or was, a red light therapy applicator and is not PEMF and is not integrated into the mat.

This applicator could be used separately for point application of red light therapy, but note this accessory comes only came with the (now unavailable), Bemer Pro Set.

We reviewed 335 PEMF Research Articles from PubMed to determine if PEMF Really Works and the best waveform, intensity & frequency

Therapies Not Included

The Bemer mat is a PEMF only device; you may notice between other mats reviewed on this site that the Bemer has a more intricate controller, this is the focus of the Bemer mat to provide PEMF therapy only and a sleek visual controller for its use. 

This is kind of like a vehicle with high-line trim package, both will get you there but one looks shinier than the other along the way. 

Not Included in Bemer Mat:

  • Far Infrared Therapy
  • Negative Ions
  • Crystal Therapy

Combining PEMF with Far Infrared Therapy

Combining PEMF with far infrared therapy can be an effective way to maximize therapeutic benefits.

There is a relatively simple explanation for this.

PEMF will raise the energy of your cells within range of the therapy increasing their ability to heal.

Far infrared therapy will increase blood flow throughout the body.

By allowing the body to bring as much blood flow through the areas receiving the benefit of PEMF as possible, these benefits will effectively be transported throughout the rest of your body.

Some PEMF mats are built to include far infrared therapy, you can see which ones in our comparison table page, PEMF Mat Reviews.

Bemer Starter-Set vs Deluxe-Set & What You Should Know

The two current, main, product offerings by Bemer are the Bemer Starter-Set and the Bemer Deluxe-Set, and the main difference between them is that the Deluxe-Set comes with the B.Pad applicator and some other small accessories.

There are two other products, one called the Go-Pack (previously the Go-Edition) and one called the Office-Pack; you’ll also see the Home-Pack (previously the Home-Edition), but this is just part of the Starter-Set.

There is also something called the Basic-Pack on the Bemer website, this is included in the different sets and is not sold separately but it is needed because it includes the Bemer controller, the B.Box which generates the PEMF signal.

The Basic-Pack is therefore required in order to operate the Office-Pack and the Go-Pack because the Office-Pack only includes the accessory called the B.Sit along with a carrying case and the Go-Pack only includes the B.Pad and a backpack.

This means both the Office and Go-Packs still need the Bemer controller, the B.Box to function, which you get from one of the other sets (Starter, Deluxe, or Basic-Pack.)

When it comes to the Bemer PEMF Signal that you get from the Starter-Set, Deluxe-Set, Go-Pack, Home-Pack, and Office-Pack, all are exactly the same and are generated by the B.Box, the Bemer controller.

Some people may consider the price points of these Bemer packages to be rather high.

This is often the case with MLM (multi-level marketing) or network marketing style products. 

Because the network of distributors of the product provide marketing and support for Bemer’s product, the product prices tend to be higher than average because the distributors need to be compensated. Rather than like with a standard direct from business to consumer model, the MLM or network style model incorporates many more people into the sales process, all of whom need to be paid.

It is these additional layers of individuals between the business and the end consumer that account for the majority of the cost inflation of MLM or network style marketed products.

Prices on new and used mats can be seen on eBay as well, however pay close attention as the warranty will vary widely on these products.

Bemer Product List with Prices & Details

BEMER Deluxe-Set


  • Includes:
    • B.Box Professional – professional mat controller
    • B.Body – the mat applicator
    • B.Spot – spot applicator
    • B.Grip – a grip/handle for using the B.Spot 
    • B.Pad – a wearable pad to apply PEMF to localized spots on your body, good for travel
    • B.Scan – to test the mat’s signal
    • Wall mount & battery for B.Box, shoe cover, car power cable for B.Box, custom backpack from the Go-Pack

BEMER Starter-Set


  • Includes:
    • B.Box Professional – professional mat controller
    • B.Body – the mat applicator
    • B.Spot – spot applicator
    • B.Grip – a grip/handle for using the B.Spot 
    • B.Scan – to test the mat’s signal
    • Wall mount for the B.Box, shoe cover for the mat applicator

BEMER Office-Pack


  • Includes:
    • B.Sit – pad applicator designed to be sit upon
    • Office Edition carrying bag
    • NOTE: No B.Box controller included, this pack only to be purchased as an add-on to the Home or Go Packs



  • Available only in the Bemer Office-Pack
  • The B.Sit by Bemer also known as the Bemer Chair
  • This is a pad applicator ONLY, this REQUIRES A CONTROLLER TO WORK
  • The B.Sit, or Bemer Chair, is a good accessory for individuals who sit frequently and wish to use their BEMER
  • Dimensions – 17.7” W x 15” L


Price $675

  • Includes:
    • B.Pad – pad applicator design to wrap an arm or leg for localized PEMF application
    • Go-Edition Back Pack
    • Car Power Cable accessory
  • Note: No B.Box controller included, this pack only to be purchased as an add-on to the Home-Pack, or Starter-Set (these accessories are included in the Deluxe-Set already)
  • Note: the Go-Pack was previously known as the Go-Edition


Price $675

  • The B.Pad is a good accessory for individuals who want localized application and is a good travel accessory
  • Included in the Go-Pack, or for purchase separately
  • Dimensions – 43.7” L x 5.1” W

Bemer Classic Vs Pro - Prices & What Differences to Know

There were previously 2 main product packages, the Pro and the Classic, both of these are now discontinued by Bemer, but many of the components remain the same between them and the Go-Pack and Home-Pack as described above.

In case you’re looking at a used Bemer Pro or Bemer Classic set, or if you’re interested in the history, we’ll keep this information here on our page for your reference.

These kits, the Pro and Classic sets, included what you needed to get started with the Bemer product line. There are also other types of applicators available, but the first thing you need is a controller.

Alternatively you could (previously but not any longer) buy a controller separately and only one of the applicator accessories to use with it.

The therapies offered by the classic and Pro mat controllers appear to be the same, the difference is the control interface.

The Classic and Pro mat also appear to be nearly the same, the difference by their specification being that the Pro uses Alcantara in its construction which is harder to stain and more resilient material.

It’s important to know that the Bemer PEMF Signal has not changed since 2007.

Whether you buy a used Classic set, Pro set, or even the older Bemer 3000 (from 2007 or newer), the Bemer PEMF therapy itself will be the same as with the brand new Home-Edition and Go-Editions, the difference is only in the controller interface and scheduling capabilities.

Prices on new and used mats can be seen on eBay and you’ll likely encounter some of these previous Bemer versions, the Bemer 3000, Pro, and Classic sets, which as mentioned provide the exact same PEMF as the new Home and Go-Editions.

However be careful of the warranty offered with used Bemer products, as it is likely only DOA (dead on arrival) buyer protection and you won’t have a direct from Bemer warranty.


Size – 23.6” W x 70.8” L – $5,990.00 (now discontinued)

  • Includes:
    • B.Box Professional – professional mat controller
    • B.Body Pro – the pro mat applicator
    • B.Spot – spot applicator, fixing strap (to hold the mat on a bed)
    • B.Grip – a grip/handle for using the B.Spot and B.Light
    • B.Pad – a wearable pad to apply PEMF to localized spots on your body, good for travel
    • B.Scan – to test the mat’s signal
    • B.Light – red light therapy applicator
    • Wall mount, foot protection, car power cable

BEMER Classic Set

Size – 23.6” W x 70.8” L – $4,290.00 (now discontinued)

  • Includes:
    • B.Box Classic – classic mat controller
    • B.Body Classic – the classic mat
    • B.Spot – spot applicator, fixing strap (to hold the mat on a bed)
    • B.Grip – a grip/handle for using the B.Spot and B.Light
    • B.Scan – to test the mat’s signal

Certifications, Production, Distribution

MDC Marking

The Bemer products have been certified by MDC and also have the CE marking.

MDC is an independent review company which works in the medical field to check whether devices are safe for use; companies pay for MDC to review their products to show that they are safe for use.

CE Marking

The CE means “European Conformity” (in French, conformity European hence CE), any product with the CE marking means that the product falls within the directives of the EU for safe use.

Within the CE marking, Bemer complies with ISO 13485 which is a European standard for safety and quality standards generally for medical devices. 

The interesting fact about the CE marking, is that businesses can put this marking on their product without actually ever having their product tested. When they put the CE marking on their product they are simply declaring themselves that it falls within these regulatory guidelines, but it does not mean that the product was ever test.

The only way to verify if the product was actually tested by the CE is that the CE marking on the product will then have a number stamped with the marking. This is the review or certification number pertaining to when the product was actually reviewed and tested.

Production & Distribution

The mats & signal generators are manufactured in Liechtenstein, Switzerland by the Bemer Group, this appears to be the location of the company headquarters as well.

The Bemer Life Group has been primarily distributed since their conception via an MLM structure (multi-level marketed).

This means that any individual purchasing a mat, can for a relatively small surcharge can become a distributor of the product themselves.

These distributors will then have specialized logins for the Bemer website to sell to their friends and others and once a sale is made these distributors will receive a commission.

Via the structure of an MLM organization, this means that not only the end level distributor will receive a commission, but also all levels above this person will also receive a share of commission.

This is the leading factor when it comes to the high price levels of MLM distributed products, there are so many levels of individuals taking a commission between the end user and the business that prices must be inflated to pay all the “middle-men”.

Currently you can visit the Bemer Group homepage to be matched with a local distributor create an account to purchase from their website yourself.

Often times if you go to one of the distributor webpages through a simple google search you’ll find that the checkout page is actually a sub-page of the official Bemer Groups website. You may also be able to purchase Bemer in person from a distributor or used on other websites.

Be careful if you’re buying a used mat to check its functionality (you could check this using the B.Scan). Or purchase on eBay used for their buyer protection.

Bemer FDA Approval

Bemer products are FDA registered (not FDA approved) as a Class 2 medical devices with 510(K) clearance.

It’s important to differentiate between FDA Approval and FDA Registration.

When a device is “registered” this means it simply fits into a category of devices the FDA has already decided is safe.

When a device (or pharmaceutical drug) undergoes “approval”, this means the device is entirely new and needs a new category unto itself (this approval process can cost in the millions).

Bemer’s Class 2 with 510(K) clearance simply means that the device has received its PMN (pre-market notification) and is cleared for sale in the USA, ie. registered and falling into a pre-existing category of devices.

The categories progress from Class 1 to 3 for most stringent regulation by the FDA.

The 510(K) form is intended to determine whether or not a product or device falls into a category of devices already deemed safe by the FDA.

In this case the FDA has determined that the Bemer mat falls into the category of devices, “Powered Muscle Stimulator”.

This being said, the Class 2 with 510(K) still means the product is reviewed and deemed safe for sale to the public by the FDA.

Bemer had to submit for a new 510(k) Premarket approval, because it’s original became obsolete when a Class 2 Device Recall was issued on the Bemer Classic and Pro Set. 

Bemer’s original 510(k) form approval can be seen here on the FDA website, Bemer 510(K) Premarket Notification, and we’ve also included a screenshot here for you. 

This 510(k) approval as you can see at the bottom of the screenshot, includes a recall because of safety concerns.

Note that Bemer has now an updated 510(k) pre-market approval from the FDA and is once again cleared as safe for sale to the public, scroll down to see more details on Bemer’s current FDA status.

bemer 510k form original
Bemer FDA 510(K) Form (now outdated)

Bemer FDA Class 2 Device Recall - Classic Set, Pro Set

Bemer issued a recall on their products on January 12, 2021 because, quoting the recall,

“ There potential that electromagnetic fields generated in the therapy system may cause technical defects in a patient using an insulin pumps or a malfunction of a pacemaker.”

You can see this notice on the FDA website here, Class 2 Device Recall Bemer Classic Set, Bemer Pro Set

We’ve also excerpted it here for you to see:

bemer class 2 device recall
Bemer Class 2 Device Recall
Bemer Class 2 Device Recall Specified Actions

Effectively the recall was to notify anyone using any kind of medical pumps such as for insulin that there is an absolute contraindication to using Bemer therapy, or anyone who uses pacemakers that they need to consult with a specialist physician before using the Bemer product because it may interfere with the operation of their device.

It seems to us disagreeable that this issue arose, because, since the beginning of this website and our reviews we have always advocated that anyone using a pacemaker or similar medical device consult with their health professional before using any and all PEMF devices including Bemer.

Meanwhile many Bemer distributors had been marketing the Bemer as safe for use for people with pacemakers, that is until now. 

  • (it is worth noting that in many cases, PEMF is safe for use with devices like pacemakers, but not in ALL cases, and therefore you must always consult with your health professional first if you rely on any medical device like a pacemaker) 
  • Per the recall for devices like insulin pumps there is an absolute contraindication to the use of Bemer devices (and in our opinion any other PEMF device)
  • Always consult your trusted professional physician with any questions related to these topics and do not rely on advice from other websites, or from our website, on any issue relating to your health

Bemer was undergoing an FDA Import alert which started in late 2019 and was ongoing until late 2020, it’s unclear whether this import alert is related to the device recall above initiated on January 13, 2021.

If this recall was issued by Bemer on January 12, 2021 as a result of the FDA flagging their products for not providing a warning for those with pacemakers and medical device pumps in 2019 late into 2020 we are not very impressed with their timeliness. 

If however the import alert (still for unclear reasons) was not due to the safety recall, and Bemer issued this recall on January 12, 2021 of their own volition, then they should be commended for taking appropriate actions as soon as they could, however this information is not available on the FDA website so it is unclear the reasoning.

Bemer FDA Import Alert

The FDA keeps a list of devices and items which will automatically be detained when being brought into the USA and it is updated often. 

Typically products with their 510(K) form are exempt from this situation, however on October 17, 2019 Bemer was added to this list despite having their 510(K) form which was listed as being possibly insufficient to overcome the appearance of violation.

Bemer has since been removed from this list, however you can see the current list of FDA import Alerts here, FDA Import Alert 89-08

While the Bemer products were still on this list we made a snapshot as pictured below.

It can be seen that the Classic and Pro sets were added to the import alert list on October 17, 2019, and remained there for a number of months. The last check we did that still showed Bemer on the Import Alert list was back on March 23, 2020.

We checked back again and currently, as of June, 2022, Bemer is no longer on the FDA Import Alert list.

The reason for being on the Import Alert list is still unclear, however if it was due to the necessity of adding warnings for those with pacemakers and medical pumps then in my opinion they should have taken much more timely action with the issued recall.

FDA import list
Bemer FDA Import Alert list
Previous FDA Import Alert on Bemer Devices (now outdated)

Bemer FDA Approval Current Status

The current situation is that, since Bemer’s previous 510(k) form is obsolete due to the recall, they have successfully registered another 510(k) form for the Bemer products.

You can see this current 510(k) form edition here, Bemer Current 510(k) Form Premarket Notification

We’ve also included a screenshot for you here below of what you’ll find on the FDA website for Bemer’s 510(k) form.

Bemer FDA 510K form excerpt
Bemer FDA 510(K) Form - Current (2023)

As you can see, it is now up to date as of June 9th, 2023, and remains the current edition of the 510(k) form presently on August 31, 2023.

Despite the Import Alert on the Bemer products which lasted nearly a year and the device recall because of lack of safety labelling; it now appears that the Bemer products, with their updated labelling and Class 2, 510(k) form registration completed, has been successfully reviewed and deemed safe for sale to the public by the FDA.

Warranty & Guarantee


When considering any large purchase the warranty and return policies of the product are of utmost importance.

The Bemer Group lists their full terms and conditions at the bottom of their official webpage, we recommend before making a purchase you read through the entirety to make sure you know what guarantees you’ll receive for your purchase.

You can also see their return & warranty policies here, Bemer Returns & Warranty Policy.

Warranty - What You Should Know

All registered Bemer products have a 3 year warranty with the exception of the battery and the B.Light (now discontinued), these items have a 6 month warranty.

The 3 year warranty includes the B.Box controller which is good to see as the B.Box is the mat controller & signal generator which is typically the most complex and expensive part of the system. The mat itself is a very simple construction of fabric and wire, not much at all which could fail or go wrong.

Some PEMF products offer a worse warranty period on the controller than the rest of the system and for the reason above it’s always important to consider the warranty on the controller.

Other PEMF products offer an even longer warranty on the controller than on the rest of the product which lends a lot of confidence in the quality of the product, in the case of Healthy Wave Multi-Wave, a 5 year controller warranty and 2 year mat warranty.

Guarantee Return Policy

There is a 30-day money back guarantee return policy for the Bemer Starter-Set and Deluxe-Set, and previously for the Bemer Classic and Bemer Pro-Set products but only when they have been purchased directly through the Bemer Group website.

There is also a 72 hour, 3 day, cancellation guarantee for all purchases for the full purchase price as long as the same conditions are met as for the 30 day guarantee as listed below.

If the product was purchased on the official website, then provided conditions are met there is a 30 day guarantee.

Some of these conditions include,

  • Return request made within 30 days
  • Product in original packaging
  • All additional items included (accessories) with shipment to be included
  • A copy of the original invoice.

If these conditions are met then the mat can be returned for a refund, minus all shipping and handling and minus a 10% re-stocking fee.

If the items are at all damaged then there is no refund.

The terms & conditions document on the Bemer website was previously particularly challenging to find, so we excerpted the Return Policy portion for you here and you can see the conditions listed above.

The language used where we have underlined in purple opens the door to confusion around whether or not product returns are permitted if the original packaging has been opened.

We called Bemer headquarters to clarify this for our readers and they were clear in their answer that the product can be returned after the box has been opened so long as all the components are there, and you meet the rest of the required return conditions.

Bemer return policy
Bemer Return Policy from Bemer Website

This section of the terms and conditions on Bemer’s website now seems to have been updated, and they’ve thankfully made it easier to find, you can see it here, Bemer Returns & Warranty Policy.

We’ve also excerpted the important part of the return policy from the new document and highlighted it for you here, it can be found in the link in the paragraph above.

Bemer return policy
Bemer Return & Warranty Policy from Bemer Website Current 2022

Guarantee - What You Should Know

The independent MLM distributors of the Bemer product are called IBD’s (Independent Bemer Distributors).

In the past, if you became an IBD within the first 30 day purchase period then the money back guarantee was no longer applicable.

Thankfully, this has now been updated by the Bemer Group and the 30 day money back guarantee now applies to both regular customers and individuals who register to become an IBD.

Something else important to note, is that purchases made through one of the MLM distributors, IBD’s, do not necessarily receive the same 30 day guarantee that Bemer Group offers if made through the IBD’s private inventory. We caution anyone making purchases from an IBD to do their due diligence as support, warranties, and guarantees can vary from vendor to vendor.

This is because as noted in the policy, excerpted here for you to see, “it is the responsibility of the IBD to guarantee that the same return policy as outlined herein is followed”; this means if you purchase from an IBD’s inventory, you’re relying on the independent Bemer distributor’s business to fulfill on the return policy and not on the Bemer company itself.

Return Policy when purchased through IBD Current Policy 2022

Another important thing to note that if a Bemer mat is purchased through an IBD then it is the end customer’s responsibility to register the product with Bemer for warranty purposes. If the mat is purchased direct from the Bemer Group website then it is automatically registered.

bemer product registration

There is another new development in the guarantee offered by Bemer, and this one is oddly a bit of an about face to the previous policy where independent Bemer distributors couldn’t return their product.

The new policy states that there is a 12 month return guarantee for IBD’s, minus the 10% restocking fee.

I would caution here however because the language makes this return policy seem to only apply to inventory which the IBD is purchasing for resale locally.

This is because of the language of the requirement, “(i) they were unable to sell the product”, indicating the Bemer was not for personal use.

You can see the language used here in this excerpt:

Bemer IBD Current Return Policy for Inventory 2022

Where to Buy

There are numerous avenues to purchase a Bemer product due to all of the IBD’s or independent distributors.

 A Google search will likely turn up used Bemer products for sale as well as health & wellness centres located locally where you can go to try out the technology. (if you’re a local center or clinic that provides Bemer Therapy, get in touch with us to be listed in our Bemer Therapy Near Me directory!)

If you intend to purchase a second hand mat, our recommendation would be to purchase from eBay.

This is for the customer protection they offer that you wont find buying locally from Craigslist for example.

Many of the health centres which have Bemer products for use by their customers like you may find in our Bemer Therapy Near Me directory are also IBD’s selling the Bemer technology. 

As mentioned before we recommend doing your due diligence when it comes to evaluating the support you’ll get from any of the many distributors before purchase.

Our recommendation would be to buy your Bemer device from the official Bemer Group website or in good condition from eBay. 

Purchasing from the official Bemer website ensures that you’re covered under their 30 day return policy (provided conditions are met), and the product is also automatically registered for the warranty with no further registration actions required on your part. 

You can follow this link to the official website, Bemer Group, or this link to check out Bemer products for sale on eBay.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a Bemer Mat cost?

The basic Bemer Starter-Set costs $5,285 USD, the Bemer Deluxe-Set costs $5,920 USD, the add-on the Go-Pack costs $675 and the add-on the Office-Pack costs $665.

Does the Bemer Mat really work?

The short answer is yes the Bemer mat works, but the real question and answer are that it depends upon what you want to use it for. PEMF, including the Bemer Signal PEMF, has been shown to improve blood circulation in the body. Despite the benefits of the Bemer mat it is not a “cure all”, and you should always consult your medical professional about any ailments you may have.

What is a Bemer Mat?

A Bemer mat is a PEMF device which uses the Bemer Group’s proprietary PEMF therapy configuration which they call the  “Bemer Signal”. It primarily consists of a mat (the Bemer mat), roughly the size of a yoga mat, and something called a signal generator which the Bemer Group calls the B.Box. The B.Box outputs the Bemer Signal PEMF through the Bemer mat.

What does a Bemer Mat do?

A Bemer mat outputs a specific configuration of PEMF therapy called the Bemer Signal which has been shown, like other PEMF mats, to improve circulation in the body. The Bemer Signal which the Bemer mat outputs is a proprietary configuration of PEMF belonging to the Bemer company.

Where can I purchase a Bemer Mat?

The Bemer mat can only be purchased from any of the Bemer Group’s independent distributors. If you do not already know a Bemer Independent Distributor, the Bemer Group website will help you find one by clicking the “Start Your Bemer Journey” button at the top right corner of their website, Bemer Group.

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18 thoughts on “Bemer Mat Review”

  1. I just had an aortic value replacement. Can I use the beamer. Could I use it only on my head (for cognition) or lower extremities if not safe for total body.

    • Hi Myrna!

      to our knowledge, the only time that you should be concerned with using a PEMF mat is when you have a pacemaker (because of the electronics inside it).

      Funny that most PEMF manufacturers don’t mention this warning!

      We think it should be just fine to use for the whole body in your case, but as always, please refer to your medical professional for advice and don’t take our opinion here as a replacement for your medical professional’s advice.

      Thanks for the comment!

    • Hi Barry!

      We recommend you check out the Bemer Life Group’s home page for more information on this, they’ll be happy to help you there!

  2. The reason Bemer does not say that it can’t be used by people with pacemakers is because it is safe. A few other PEMF treatments have also been found to be safe. I have a pacemaker and have been using Bemer technology for 3 years with only health improvement & no negative side effects.

    • Hi Jacquie,

      thanks for the comment.

      Indeed Bemer used to say that it was safe for use with pacemakers, or at least did not give any warning to individuals who used them.

      I made a point of calling this out as a negative in my earlier (now updated) review of the Bemer mat on this page because I disagreed with this statement or lack of warning.

      We have always recommended to consult your own doctor with any questions pertaining to the use of PEMF in conjunction with any medical device like a pacemaker and never, ever take medical advice from our website, any comments on our website or anything else you may find on the internet. Trust only these important questions with your own, professional, trusted physician.

      As we now found out, Bemer had to issue a recall on their devices because of contraindications while using medical pumps, and on a case by case basis for use with pacemakers.

      It’s unfortunate that it took until this recall for what I would consider basic logic based on the physics.

      PEMF is a pulsing magnetic field, which “could” alter the functionality of electronic devices via electric current induction from the pulsing magnetic field (based on a number of factors such as magnetic field strength).

      We can be glad this is now included as a warning with all Bemer devices, and was mailed out to all Bemer owners by their IBD’s as outlined in Bemer’s device recall on the FDA website.

      Glad to hear you’ve been getting great results with no negative side effects!

      All the best! 🙂

  3. Barry,

    In your waveform explaination you mention that the Bemer pulse is bi-phasic but leave it out of your calculations. Do the rise and fall waves total 33hz or just alternate over the 33hz?

    • Hi, this is Greg.

      The Bemer signal itself is like a rising sine wave which rises and falls 33 times within one “pulse”, but all these 33 remain in one magnetic direction, then the polarity of the whole pulse flips and the rising sine wave rises in the “other” polarity direction, also 33 times, before switching back and so forth.

      In other words it’s the whole 33hz “Bemer signal” which is bi-phasic and alternates polarity.

      It’s a little tricky to describe in words, but hopefully this was helpful! 🙂


  4. The BEMER Mat is no longer available here in the U.S. FDA was in the process of giving BEMER a Class II clearance on all components of the BEMER Pro set, but had to divert it’s attention to the COVID-19 issues. The BBOX, BPad and BSpot all passed FDA clearance before they shifted to focus on COVID-19.

    • Hi Rob,

      sorry for a very late response to your comment.

      I’m sure you know now that Bemer is once again available, though for a period of time FDA had prevented their import (though the reasons for this are unclear).

      At the moment, they’re permitted though :).

      Thanks for the comment,


    • Sorry to hear this Kelly, hopefully you can find someone to help with the issues you’re having.

      When I called in to the Bemer headquarters one time to clarify something for my readers I actually didn’t have to wait on hold for too long.

      Good luck!

  5. Very informative article and your thorough research is much appreciated. I only just heard about Bemer products and used a Google search to find out more and came upon your site. I’m glad I did and now I actually feel that I’m informed enough to provide others with information about this if needed. Thanks again!

    • Really glad to hear it Robert.

      Make sure you check back soon because I will be adding updates not only to this page but a bunch of PEMF research I think you might find interesting.

      Thanks for letting me know this helped you, keeps me motivated!


  6. My husband has had 2 strokes and 1 heart attack (and stents).
    We are trying a used mat for a month from a distributor (for $700)
    He’s offering us a one year warranty if we buy it.
    I’ve read the warnings about blood thinners.
    He’s on 2 types: Eliquis (anticoagulant) and Plavix (antiplatlets)
    Is this product safe for him?

    • Hi Debbie,

      I wish I could answer this question for you, but I can’t offer any health or medical advice.

      Please consult your husband’s doctor for anything specific related to his health.

      I hope he is doing well!

  7. I have a Bemer and love it!!! We have had it for a year now and the improvements in my life have been out of this world. The energy I have, the healing it has done to my arthritis, i had gout and no longer have flareups, my eyesight is better than it has been in years, i know longer have back pain after working out in the garden. It has truly saved my life. Customer service is great. I contact my rep and my concerns or questions have always been answered. If they don’t know the answer they know someone who does. Very pleased that they came to my house to set it up. They answer my texts within the day with my answers. I have attended conferences and they had speakers there that answered a lot of questions as well. I couldn’t imagine my life without it. I love the B Box. It is easy to use. I love that it has a battery pack that works for a very long time. We went camping off grid and used it for 4 days and did not lose power. Great product. I am interested in researching the crystal mats as well. I love crystals. Thank you for the reviews

    • Hi Trecie,

      thanks for leaving a comment! Glad to hear it’s working so well for you.

      I agree the amethyst crystal mats are pretty awesome, especially in winter time. Comment anywhere on our review pages if you there’s a question we haven’t answered :).

      Glad you’re finding our reviews useful!


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