Instructions: How To Use Qi Infusions

How To Use Qi Infusions

New and Improved: You Control The Intensity

Qi Infusions are made out of 100% organic sugar balls (cane sugar — not homeopathic lactose pills). They look like homeopathic pills but this is not homeopathy — but a new expression of medical Qi Gong. You control the intensity of your energy infusion each time you use the product. 1 tiny sugar ball is a super light intervention whilst 10 represents the highest possible intensity (more than 10 is equivalent to 10 so don’t overdo it). You control the intensity that works best for you. Each Qi Infusion contains approximately 300 tiny sugar balls — which means almost a year of daily usage at a super light interventions or approximately a month of daily usage at the highest possible power (also, please note that many of our products are not needed to be used daily — meaning each Infusion you buy can last a very long time).


  1. Decide how strong you want your infusion
  2. Count out the number of sugar balls between 1 to 10 that matches the intensity you desire. The treatments are not released touching your hand or fingers.
  3. Make sure all of the sugar balls you are taking are in your mouth at the same time or touch your lips at the same time.
  4. If you don’t want to ingest the sugar pills you can either a) pucker up and kiss the pills, or b) spit them right out. Energy is transfered on contact to the lips, tongue, or inside mouth. Once the energy is transferred, it is out of the pills and they can’t be reused.

The products are shelf stable and do not expire.

Tips & Tricks

Start off using the lightest intensity (1 sugar ball). If it works to your satisfaction — terrific! If not, step up to 2 sugar pills together, then, if needed, continue ramping up. Do this not in a single sitting but over several days as you might not immediately notice changes. In fact, most people will not see instant results especially the first time. Find the intensity that is right for your unique body and your unique needs.

Keep a symptom journal. On the one hand, it is necessary should you want to take advantage of the Satisfaction Guarantee. On the other hand, it is important to see even the most subtle of changes as these likely will build up over time.