I am frequently asked ‘Gloria if there is one product ONLY
you could keep, what would it be?’ Then my mind goes Magnecore Discs? Magneton?
Mattress Pad? Magneton? Mattress Pad.. and so on, back and forth – turmoil! But
at the end of the day, it would have to come down to the Mattress Pad. Since I
have been on it apart from the problem I found magnet therapy with (my knees)
in the 15 years since I started with magnets nothing else seem to have
deteriorated. My back – the same.
Shoulders/Neck - the same.
There have been numerous studies, on "Does Magnet Therapy work"
Well I don`t know about you, but I am getting fed up with all the negative comments.
Let`s be honest the last thing the Medical Profession want is a positive spin on Complimentary medicine .
We have numerous Testimonies from people that "Magnet Therapy" does help their situation, they feel much
better after using an appliance or wearing a magnetic aid.
Like everything in life it does not work for everybody, but it is a safe way to find out if it is right for you.
A question from James
Can I magnetise my Jojoba oil?
for your inquiry. I do magnetise my oils and creams. After a lot of research many companies are now
beginning to sell ‘energised’ products. Indeed one really expensive company
sells a face cream for £120 which has a minute magnet in the top of the jar and
as the cream passes the top ‘ whoops’ it’s magnetised.
That is a
bit of a leap for me. The easiest way is to have a Magnetic Coaster in the
house and simply place your products on it for 20 minutes.
My reply to today's question.
help hair loss?
That is a
good question, and in all honesty the answer is that there is not enough
evidence as yet to show we can regenerate new growth. We CAN say that if the
hair follicles are still ‘alive’ and functioning, we can encourage their
ability to remain active and hopefully slow the process of hair loss. We can
see that anyone using a good magnetic product over a long enough period will
see their hair condition improve and grow faster than normal.
Today Janet wrote:
Can magnets help with pain in my fingers?
Obviously fingers are difficult
places to work, and just sometimes if the pain / arthritis is not acute, wearing
a powerful magnetic bracelet (north pole only) will help.
the pain is severe the best and most successful treatment is to wear the
Magnecore discs taped as close to the area of pain as you can get. This can be
difficult – knives and forks may want to stick…. But even taping them to the
back of the hand in the region where the blood and nerves run down to the
fingers, will bring considerable relief.
Today I received the following question from someone who read about The Magneton on the internet.
Gloria, will The Magneton help with migraine and headaches?
I have been told by many of our migraine sufferers that
The Magneton is really a great help to them. Some who suffer from cluster
headaches when they wake up in the morning, simply keep it by their bed and before
they get up, just use it for 4 to 5 minutes. Others use it to relax for 5
minutes when they have an attack. Just close your eyes and use it on level One.
Hi guys thank you so much for the kind comments we are receiving from you. I will now try and blog, more frequently, now I understand there are really people 'out there'.
Elaine, recently asked what is the difference in the magnets that are used in our wraps and products and the EMF's (electro-magnetic fields) that are not good for us. Here is the easy answer from Val, our head therapist.
Yes, I agree it is very confusing that two very similar energies are
reported to have very different effects.
Kerry recently wrote to me on behalf of his mother who is getting relief from our magnets from the pain in her back caused by arthritis and nerve damage. He asked "Do the magnets wear out?" His mother heard that they do. Well the answer is No! At least not the ones we use. We power our magnets up to a very high gauss rating and they will them hold this power, indefinitely. The neoprene wraps might well go before the magnets.
Maybe Kerry's mother had heard of the little weenie plaster type magnets that are as big as a pin head.
It just gets worse in the cold weather doesn't it? The knees don't
bend and the back stiffens up. I know - as an aging, creaky old dancer,
skier and aerobics fanatic the wear and tear takes its toll. Whilst
there is nothing we can do about the degenerating bone structure, magnet
therapy can help ease the pain and keep the areas warm either with the
supporting wrap, or just with the Magnecore discs bringing extra blood
flow to the areas and getting rid of some of the toxins and debris at
THE BACK WRAP
Why did i call it the Back Wrap? I must have been half sleep. It is sooo much more than that. It should be called the BODY Wrap or the TORSO Wrap because it does all that, and judging by your comments you guys worked it out all by yourselves. Have had comments from those of you with hip pain, shoulder pain and of course the dreaded Sciatica! I am so glad we are helping.
Make sure you buy a wrap with a large enough wrap-over so you can move it from mid back to upper back to hips and over the bum-bum.