What is a vortex?
According to Wikipedia, in fluid dynamics, a vortex is a region in a fluid in which the flow revolves around an axis line, which may be straight or curved. Google Dictionary defines a vortex as a mass of whirling fluid or air, especially a whirlpool or whirlwind.
What is a coil?
Google Dictionary defines a coil as a length of something wound or arranged in a spiral or sequence of rings.
The Vortex Coils I have created incorporate both the torroidal (torus or donut shaped) and the spiral aspects of the vortex.
As you go from the center of the coil to the outside, the dominant spiral on the outside determines this. If it goes counterclockwise as you move from the center to the outside, then the coil is left handed or female. If the dominant spiral goes clockwise as you move from the center to the outside, then the coil is right handed or male. The right handed vortex coil is more about amplifying and projecting energy outwards while the left handed vortex coil is more about amplifying and drawing energies inwards.
Very simply, Vortexes do two things: 1) clean energies and 2) amplify energies.