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A tensor is a fine, radiesthetic measuring instrument (radiesthesia, derived from the Latin radius (ray) and the Greek aisthesis (sensation). Radiesthesia (also radioesthesia) is the science of so-called ray effects on organisms. The tensor consists of a handle, a rod and a tip. The rod and tip are made of conductive material. They are not only used at home, but are also used by therapists, doctors and naturopathic practitioners.
The basis of tensor testing is the knowledge that every material, element or molecule has its own vibration/radiation. Tensors are mostly used to test for intolerances. This includes, but is not limited to, testing for food, dental materials, medications, and allergies.