The Otto (osteophonic) tuners are placed by the ears and on joints, muscle and nerve groups which in turn resonate throughout the body providing relief from arthritis, knee or back pain, surgery or a strenuous workout. Otto tuning forks have a weight atop each prong.
This set includes the:
- Otto 32
- Otto 64
- Otto 128
- Om 136.1 (also referred to as mid-ohm)
The Otto 128 has been shown by Dr. John Beaulieu to promote the release of nitric oxide, a gas in our blood vessels known to relieve joint pain and promote relaxation and health. The Otto 128 tuning fork comes with a 3" handle.
Using with the Om 136.1hz Tuner with Otto 128 can be very meditative and relaxing helping to reduce stress. The Om 136.1 tuning fork comes with a 3" handle.
The Otto 64 is a weighted tuning fork used primarily on the lower back and hips for easing pain and stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system but can really be placed anywhere on the body. This fork is great for body workers such as massage therapists, acupuncturists, chiropractors and people with back or hip pain.
The Otto 32 is a weighted tuning fork used along the skin to regenerate and stimulate nerves. It is also used around the cranium for head aches and eye strain. It may also assist in regenerating nerve damage. The Otto 32 is also effective in stimulating the cranial sacral pulse when used on the feet and ankles. Please note: the Otto 32 does not come with a bag.
Common Uses of the Otto Tuning Forks
- Stress reduction
- Joint, muscle and never pain
- Muscle Spasms
- Improve Circulation
- Promotes relaxation
Do I need an activator with this tuning fork?
Not really. You can activate a weighted tuning fork by tapping it against the palm of your hand. Watch the Getting Started videos to learn how.
For more information about the Otto Tuning Forks visit our Education Center.
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very nice quality
I've used some of these forks before from a different company but these are nicer and better sound
Great service, fast shipping and love the quality of my Ottos! Thanks!