Outcomes from Fractal & 5-Tone Therapy Research Provide Clues to the Power of N.O.W. Tone Therapy

When we get to talking about the N.O.W. Tone Therapy System, one of the similarities people often draw is to Tibetan singing bowls — and in fact, sound therapy in one form or another has been around for thousands of years, with sound wave therapy specifically originating in the 1950s.

Tone therapy in particular, with its clear frequencies and vibrations, has been shown in various studies to offer a myriad of benefits:


  • When treated with the five-tone therapy of traditional Chinese medicine, patients with irritable bowel syndrome found their responses to treatment more efficient — and experienced lower levels of depression, anxiety, and even the occurrence of symptoms. (The Journal of Practical Nursing)
  • The use of fractal tones (similar to what N.O.W. Tone Therapy does: melodic and harmonic tones played in sequence, like a windchime, without a set pattern or tune) improved focus, concentration, attention, sleep, reading, and social activities among patients dealing with chronic tinnitus in a preliminary study.  (International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology)
  • And as recently as last year, another study showed that five-tone therapy improved the symptoms of insomnia by a full 10 percent, leading to longer sleep, better sleep, and more restorative sleep — the kind of results you could expect from a full meditation session! (Journal of Integrative Nursing)

Not by coincidence, this is exactly the kind of benefit offered by N.O.W. Tone Therapy — the concentration, relaxation, and focused mental state brought on by deep meditation, all achieved in 3 minutes or less.

Occasionally, we get requests for reports or research on the efficacy of the devices, to which we have to answer: It’s simply too new for that. But creator Michael Joly can explain in great detail the technology that goes into making these Pucks of Peace as marvelous as they are at aligning the brain into a calmer and more peaceful state — in fact, the latest Q&A with him is from September of this year:

So, as we say buh-bye to 2020, there’s good reason to consider N.O.W. Tone Therapy in your holiday shopping — or as a treat for yourself (though with carrier delays, we can’t guarantee they’ll arrive in time for the big day). We’re talking the latest in tone, frequency, and vibrations refined for optimal effect; a convenient, portable, attractive little system that can be easily tucked right into your purse or go-bag; three minutes of never-the-same, crystal-clear pleasing “bings and boings”; a new tool for longtime meditators; the perfect devices for those who can’t or won’t meditate in the traditional sense...

And if you happened to read our guest blog from the divine Traci Stein, you’ll know we ain’t kidding when we say that adding aromatherapy to the N.O.W.s can seriously add to the experience — encouraging you even further into that relaxing, peaceful state. (That’s what the Rapid Relaxer Set is for!)

And who says lavender can’t be a holiday scent?