Plush & Soft Blanket
Use as a Semi-Sheet
Comforting & Warm
The Earthing Throw is a plush, soft, cotton conductive semi-blanket/ suede semi-sheet to keep you warm while Grounding. Can use while relaxing, watching TV, meditating as well as to lay on in bed.
Experience the Earth's natural energy for improved wellness while you sit, rest, relax or sleep with our beautiful soft Throw Blanket.
The Throw is a plush,soft cotton conductive semi-blanket/ faux suede semi-sheet.
You can use the throw in a variety of ways, such as a top or bottom semi sheet/blanket in your bed, at the computer, meditating or to snuggle up with while relaxing. If you feel the cold the Throw will provide that extra bit of warmth while grounding you.
Only one side of the throw is conductive (the soft white with conductive silver thread) which you have against your skin. The tan suede side is not conductive.
Measures approx. 101 cm x 165 cm.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE USA VIDEO AND YOU WILL NEED OUR INCLUDED AUSTRALIAN ADAPTER PLUG TO GO INTO THE POWER POINT FIRST.
Step 1: Check Your Outlets Are Earthed with our Socket Tester:
In order to use your Earthing products through an electrical outlet, you must connect it to the “earth port” of an earthed 3 prong outlet. Before plugging in your Earthing product, check that the outlet is earthed by plugging in the Socket Tester. Three orange lights illuminated is GOOD and means that you have a proper earth and you are ready to connect your Earthing product. Any other light combination means your outlet is NOT properly earthed. Try testing another outlet. If it still doesn’t work, then you will need to use a grounding rod in the optional step 2 below.
Please Note: In Australia it is compulsory by law to have all electrical power outlets Earthed, however, if in doubt for any reason it is easy to check with our socket tester which are inclusive in all our Starter Packs, otherwise you can purchase individually – please click here to order.
Step 2: (Optional) Using The Ground Rod When Outlets Aren't Earthed:
a. First Push the Ground Rod directly into the earth around 20cm to 25cm, close to the foundation of the building and where vegetation is growing or the area is damp.
b. Run the cord from the Ground Rod, under or around a window or door, near where you will be using your product.
c. Make sure to cover the cord to prevent tripping.
d. Plug the prong end of your cord into the receptacle end of the Ground Rod cord. If you live in a dry area, such as a desert, soak the earth around the Ground Rod from time to time for maximum conductivity.
Step 3: Setting Up The Throw:
a. The Earthing throw is quite portable and can be used in a variety of locations. Just remember that only one side of the throw is conductive and not the other. Make sure you have direct bare skin contact with the side of the throw that shows the parallel rows of silver fiber stitching and the word “Earthing.”
b. Some people use the throw in bed as a half-sheet. If that’s how you use it, place it over the bottom sheet and tuck in the ends under the mattress. You must have bare skin contact with the conductive side. Similarly if you use it as a wrap-around while seated, make sure the conductive side has some contact with your bare skin.
c. Insert the metal pin end of the Earthing cord into the grey adapter plug supplied, then into a properly earthed wall outlet or if using a Ground Rod, connect to cord of an Earthing ground rod placed in the Earth outside.
d. Find the connecting black tab on the Throw and snap other end of Earthing cord onto the black tab.
e. When you lie down on the connected Throw, any bare skin contact will transfer the Earth’s energy to your body.
Step 4: How To Test For Conductivity With The Product Continuity Tester:
The purpose of the tester is to verify that your Earthing sheet is conductive
a. Firstly verify that the Product Tester itself is operational by pressing button that says “press” and release—the small light on front will flash green one time then goes off. Indicates tester is good. If no green light battery (Lithium CR2032) may be flat or unit faulty.
b. Snap Coil Cord included onto Product Tester’s metal press stud, if not already assembled.
c. Insert your grey Earthing Adapter Plug into the power outlet you intend to use with your product.
d. Insert prong end of Product Tester Cord into one receptacle of the adapter plug or if using a Ground Rod, attach a splitter to end of ground rod cord and insert into one of the receptacles.
e. Plug Earthing cord from sheet into the other receptacle. You should now have both the Earthing sheet and Tester connected to the plug that is in a power outlet.
f. Place product tester flat on the sheet. The round metal plate must be in contact with surface of the sheet. Press firmly on the sheet to obtain a good contact and press down on the "Press" button. A green light means that sheet is in working order. In unlikely case that no green light comes on, the sheet may be defective or has lost conductivity and should be replaced – you should also check your connecting cords to make sure they are conductive as well (see below).
Sometimes, people have difficulty testing their sheets. If the light doesn’t come on, place one hand on the sheet while holding the tester in the other hand and with one finger on the silver button on back of tester. A green light would show that the body is grounded when touching the sheet. Make sure that both the tester and the sheet are plugged in to the earth, as described above. The reason for perhaps the light not going on: you aren't pressing hard enough on the tester. The surface fabric of the sheet sometimes prevents the button from contacting the conductive silver fibres of the sheet. The surface seems smooth, but if you were to look at it with a microscope you would see "hills and valleys." The pliant surface of the skin, unlike the hard metal button, will bend around fibres and make good contact. You can also put some moisture on your finger tips to create a better contact.
g. Disconnect product tester from the adapter plug or ground rod. However, it is fine to leave plugged in to test when needed later on
h. You don’t have to test your sheet often. Perhaps after cleaning. The more you use the tester, the sooner the batteries in the tester will expire, replace battery (Lithium CR2032) by unscrewing the back panel.
Test Your Product Cords For Conductivity:
- Replace the coil cord already on the product tester with the cord to be tested.
- Touch the metal pin of the testing cord to the back of the metal disk on the tester
- Hold down and press the “Press” button for at least 3 seconds.
- A green light indicates that the cord is in good working order.
Step 5: How To Wash and Care For Your Earthing Sheet
It is good to wash your Earthing sheet. It will not be harmed by washing, in fact it is beneficial. Washing in warm water strips body sweat and natural skin oils from the silver keeping it conductive.
- Wash a minimum of 2x per month or weekly
- Wash in a washing machine, with a mild detergent such as Earth Choice “standard”
- Wash with warm water, approximately 40-60 degrees Celsius (105 Fahrenheit)
- Dry in a dryer on low or line dry
- Iron on low heat – only if needed
- Don’t wash with bleach or fabric softeners
- Don’t use whitening detergents (including lemons), oxi-detergents OR detergents with oils like lavender, coconut oil or eucalyptus oil.
- Don’t use dryer sheet fabric softeners or wool washes
- Don't apply lotions, medical creams or body oils before bed.
Bleach, body lotions and oils can tarnish the silver thread rendering it non-conductive. Fabric softener builds up on the silver and also ruins its conductive properties. Whiteners and bleaches will ruin the silver quickly and render them non-conductive.
It is advised to wait one hour to use the product after applying lotion to the skin and to make sure the lotions have been absorbed by the skin
Fiber Content: 30% Organic Cotton, 68% Polyester, 5% Silver
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Restless Legs Gone!By: Sophie on 25 February 2019I was having a few bouts of restless leg syndrome, but since I started walking barefoot regularly and sleeping earthed I haven't had a single occurrence of RLS (Restless Leg Syndrome). RLS is so horribly painful and frequent for some so just thought I'd mention it