Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a way to take the guesswork out of the product selection process? What if, instead of just guessing which essential oils and supplements your body needs, you could know what it was asking for? Well, there is a way and it’s called a Zyto Scan.
Before I go any further, let me just say that the Zyto Scan is not all-knowing and it cannot diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease. Rather, it is a tool that can help to give some insight to the inner workings of your body, helping you to make informed choices.
The Zyto Scan is a simple, safe, and easy way to help guide your wellness decisions. After entering your personal information into the computer software and selecting the products categories you’re interested in, you place your hand on the hand cradle. Using proprietary software and galvanic skin response (GSR) technology, a scan is done that will measure your body’s response to a virtual item. Each virtual item represents a different Young Living product, such as an essential oil or nutritional supplement. The software then analyzes your body’s response and gives you a report that will let you know which products are best for your body. It all takes less than 10 minutes!
Because the scan measures changes in the energy field of your body which changes rapidly, each scan will be different. It’s recommended that scans are done no more than once a month. That gives you time to use the products recommended and keep track of how you feel.
Many Young Living leaders have invested in the Zyto Scan to give their organizations access to this amazing tool. If you’re interested in getting scanned, a great place to start is by asking your enroller or upline Silver leader for Zyto scanners in your area. The cost for a scan varies from person to person, but is usually between $10 to $40 a scan – a solid investment indeed!
Why not start the New Year knowing what your body needs? Get a Zyto scan today!
Watch this video for more information on how the technology works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YJBX6XeR-A&feature=youtu.be
Have you had a Zyto scan done? What did you think?