Where it all started:

The Story Behind the BioCharger

A tale of dedication, diligence, distinction, and ingenuity.

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How it began

Jim Girard, Jim Law, and Colin Bester each grew up in homes that valued honesty, health, and most of all, family. All three, inquisitive by nature, with a love for the outdoors and anything motorized, spent the majority of their time riding dirt bikes, fixing go-karts, and launching backyard rockets. The three adventurous boys all recall having a defining moment in their lives that lead them to believe they could have anything they wanted if they worked for it. Little did they know about what destiny had in store for them. 

From different parts of the world, Jim G, Jim L, and Colin were each on the path to the BioCharger, a bio-technology they would invent to change the world.

How it came together

In 1985, Jim Girard bought his first Tesla coil, embarking on the journey to develop the BioCharger, while on opposite sides of the world, Colin and Jim Law were pushing the limits of entrepreneurship and engineering. Jim L and Colin would go on to meet and found a company called Site Controls.

Jim L. and Jim G. would meet through their sons, who grew up together, realizing both men shared a passion for all things mechanical. Colin became interested in the connection between health and engineering through The Body Electric by Robert O. Becker.

All three men would find themselves in a room, through nothing short of fate, where Colin is distinctly remembered as saying, “I don’t know what you have, but you don’t have nothing,” standing before Jim Girard’s odd-looking box of electricity-filled coils, and noble gases. The three assumed their roles: Jim G, the scientist; Jim L, the entrepreneur; Colin, the engineer.

From this point forward, Jim Girard’s health-inspired technological fantasy would be known as the BioCharger NG, and the three men together, as Advanced BioTechnologies (ABT).


Early prototyping was hindered primarily by electromagnetic interference (dirty energy). From the whiteboard to getting shocked, to burning a hole in the plastic outer enclosures of the early prototypes, and back to the whiteboard, commercializing the BioCharger brought out the youthful inventiveness of the three founders. From a fully-enclosed concrete basement for safety and testing purposes in 2013, to backstage at a Dierks Bentley concert in 2019, ABT managed to engineer a culmination of health and technology, now known and loved by thousands of people across the world.


The BioCharger, now a mature product with a phenomenal and devout community of supporters, experts, and enthusiasts, is built and manufactured in Texas with an emphasis on quality and innovation. The standard of manufacturing excellence ABT holds itself to includes its software, which is designed to support the current and future needs of its growing community through innovative platforms such as myCloud. At the heart of ABT is a love and dedication to health, continued education, innovation, and community.

The scientific roots behind the BioCharger

The BioCharger NG is a health optimization platform designed to transmit energy that stimulates and invigorates the entire body to optimize and improve potential health, wellness, and athletic performance.

Nikola Tesla

Once upon a time, a brilliant inventor named Nikola Tesla was making waves in the scientific community with his groundbreaking discoveries. Tesla's discoveries went beyond paving the way for wireless energy transmission and revolutionizing electricity to include therapeutic applications as well.

Georges Lakhovsky

One of the researchers who continued Tesla’s line of investigations was Georges Lakhovsky, a Russian émigré who invented the Multi-Wave Oscillator (MWO). Christopher Bird, the author of The Secret Life of Plants and as well as other books, described Lakhovsky as seeming to have been an associate of, or a colleague of Tesla.

Royal Rife

During the 1920s and ’30s, Rife reportedly achieved astounding accomplishments in medicine and biology. He first invented and built five novel optical microscopes that allowed him to observe viruses in live cells and tissue cultures.

Alexander Gurwitsch

The therapeutic value of light and color therapy has been investigated since before the turn of the last century. Notable researchers from the period who influenced the development of the BioCharger NG include Alexander Gurwitsch, among others.

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