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Ethernet Grounding Adapter REAL Review – Do They Actually Work?

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Originally published on: December 4th, 2020
Last updated on: December 17th, 2020

Once you start researching EMF, you start to see both the good and bad aspects of living in a high-tech society.

On one hand, we all love our internet-connected devices.

Smartphones and laptops make it easier to share value with one another.

The Mystic Future website probably wouldn’t exist without the internet or laptops.

On the other hand, if you’re located in an environment with heavy EMF signals, you might choose to do what you can to limit or reduce your exposure to EMF.

Here are the components of today’s ethernet grounding adapter set-up guide (what you may need)

#1. Ethernet Grounding Adapter#2. Shielded Ethernet Cables#3. Internet Modem & Router#4. Ethernet Switch (Metallic)#5. Inline Couplers
Recommended Brand:ElectraHealth Ethernet Grounding AdapterMonoprice Entergrade Cat 7 Ethernet Cable (50 Ft.)AnyNetgear 5-Port Ethernet Switch Any
Price Range:Slightly priceyCheapAnyCheapCheap
Benefit:Reduce EMFReduce EMFNecessaryReduce EMFConnect ethernet cables

Here’s what happened when I spent the night at a hotel located next to powerlines (why this matters)…

I once stayed at a Candlewood Suites hotel that was surprisingly comfortable.

Except for one big caveat…

This particular hotel was located next to a massive powerline complex.

This event took place before I even knew what EMF was!

So this hotel was surprisingly comfy except for the faint feeling I got that something was off.

My mind felt a little bit fuzzy at times.

It was nothing major.

But it was definitely noticeable.

I believe that EMF probably affects everyone.

But only those who are sensitive to EMF actually notice.

These days, I’m perfectly fine using Wi-Fi 99% of the time.

But occasionally, I’ll feel that subtle mental “heaviness” that comes from being in an EMF-heavy environment.

Like staying at a cheap hotel next to a LOT of powerlines.

If you need help figuring out if there is a significant EMF presence in your home or workplace, you can read my review of the cheap METERK EMF tester.

Or just keep reading to learn about the ethernet grounding adapter I’m reviewing today…

Why would you need to ground your ethernet connection in the first place?

The ground is an amazing “absorber” of dirty electricity.

You can thank Mother Earth for helping us out.

The only problem is that most electrical plugs today aren’t being made in the traditional three-prong style that allows for a grounded connection.

Although wall outlets in America are designed to accommodate three prong plugs, most modern laptops, chargers and similar electronic devices come with two-prong plugs.

Two-prong plugs do not allow for a properly grounded connection.

If you thought you could beat dirty EMF by using an ethernet cord on its own, you’re on the right track.

But there’s still a chance that your ethernet connection isn’t grounded.

To ensure you’re using a grounded ethernet connection, you just have to use an ethernet grounding adapter and possibly a couple other items.

Ethernet grounding adapters are surprisingly difficult to find.

But there are a few available. I managed to snag one and try it out for myself.

Here’s a video of my experience:

As you can see from the video above, I’ve had a positive experience with my ethernet grounding adapter.

Today, I can strongly recommend using one.

Having a properly-grounded ethernet connection can be extremely valuable for anyone who works from home or spends a lot of time at their laptop.

I will give you a brief breakdown of every item in my grounded-ethernet-arsenal.

Item #1. The ethernet grounding adapter

Ethernet Grounding Adapter Review With WiFi Router and Ethernet_edited
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The ethernet grounding adapter forms a connection between your WiFi router, your ethernet port, and a three-prong plug outlet.

The ethernet grounding adapter is designed to send dirty electricity out and away from your living environment.

This results in lower exposure to EMF and most likely a healthier local environment.

Item #2. The ethernet cables

Ethernet Grounding Adapter Ethernet Cables Mystic Future

You’ll want shielded ethernet cables that are category 7 or better.

Shielded ethernet cables are strong and sturdy.

I feel much more comfortable using shielded rather than unshielded ethernet cables.

I use the Monoprice Entergrade Cat 7 ethernet cables.

Item #3. The Wi-Fi router

Ethernet Grounding Adapter WiFi Router Mystic Future

While I still use Wi-Fi to this day, I don’t need to use as much Wi-Fi as I used to, ever since switching to a grounded ethernet connection.

You will need a Wi-Fi router because Wi-Fi routers basically control the flow of your internet connection.

You can turn Wi-Fi off at any time if you don’t want to use Wi-Fi.

Wi-Fi routers contain ethernet ports, so this is the biggest reason why you need a Wi-Fi router.

Important note: If your Wi-Fi router contains a metallic ethernet port – you do not need to buy an ethernet switch or ethernet port extension hub.

You can tell pretty quickly if your ethernet port is made with metal inserts or not.

Item #4. The ethernet switch (ethernet port extension hub with metal tabs)

Ethernet Grounding Adapter Ethernet Switch Mystic Future

If your Wi-Fi router doesn’t contain metallic ethernet ports, you’ll need to pick up an ethernet switch with metallic ethernet ports to ensure that your ethernet connection is fully grounded.

This is because metal is conductive to electricity and allows for the ethernet grounding adapter to work properly.

If you were to use an ethernet grounding adapter with a plastic ethernet port, your internet connection wouldn’t be properly grounded.

I personally had to buy an ethernet switch because the ethernet ports in my Wi-Fi router were made of plastic.

This might seem like a wasteful purchase, but it’s actually pretty important.

I use this Netgear 5-Port Ethernet Switch with metal tabs.

Item #5. The internet modem (usually provided by your local internet servicer)

Ethernet Grounding Adapter Internet Modem Mystic Future

You probably already have an internet modem at home, because your Internet Service Provider (ISP) almost always offers to provide their customers with an internet modem.

So this is going to sound obvious.

But having an internet modem is essential to grounding your ethernet connection.

Item #6. Inline couplers (optional – only necessary if you must connect really long ethernet cables)

Ethernet Grounding Adapter Inline Couplers Mystic Future

Inline couplers allow you to connect ethernet cables together.

For example, these can be valuable if you have a 5 foot ethernet cable and a 10 foot ethernet cable, and you need to cover 15 feet in length.

Inline couplers are totally optional.

If you want to be safe, you can always buy a 50 foot ethernet cable or even a 100 foot ethernet cable!

(In reality, most people will probably only need a few 15 foot ethernet cables and possibly a few inline couplers just to be safe).

In summary…

Overall, I hope this article helps you properly ground your ethernet connection, reduce your exposure to unhealthy EMF, and live a higher quality of life.

Grounding your ethernet connection might seem a little bit overcomplicated at first.

But I promise this entire process is super easy.

It takes about 5 minutes to set up, once you have all the right equipment.

Locating the correct equipment is the only “problem” I personally had.

And that’s exactly why I wanted to write this article.

I’ve already done most of the hard work for you.

Just remember the core components to grounding your ethernet connection:

  • Ethernet grounding adapter
  • Ethernet cables
  • Wi-Fi router with metallic ethernet ports
  • Ethernet switch with metallic ethernet ports (optional)
  • Internet modem
  • Inline couplers (optional)

If you’re lucky, you’ll only need to pick up one ethernet grounding adapter and maybe an ethernet cable.

Worst case scenario, you’ll have to buy a few affordable items that could potentially improve your health and quality of life.

Quality of life is priceless and always worth investing in.

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