Acupressure Pain Relief Holographic Discs with Coverlet Reinforcements - (35 of each)
The ancient art of acupressure meets with modern holographic technology in these unique pain relief discs. These discs are programmed with electromagnetic frequencies that, when placed on acupressure points on the skin that are especially sensitive to bioelectrical impulses, block pain impulses and reduce inflammation. For over five thousand years, Asian cultures have recognized that these areas conduct human energy. In recent years, Western scientists have mapped out and proven the existence of these systems. Science has also shown that stimulating these points can result in a whole host of natural body reactions including neurochemical release which can block pain from anything like exercise over-use to trauma and disease. In addition, a double-blind study showed a 59% decrease in overall pain in participants wearing the pain relief discs compared to the control group who did not. The body's response is directly related to how the holograms are programmed and their exact placement on the meridians. This is an all-natural response - The hologram does nothing more than influence the body to function at its most efficient level.
Provided with each order is simple illustrated information on the placement of the discs and how to find the correct meridians on the body based on the location of your pain. We suggest that you start at the point of discomfort or pain. Place the first disc directly on the affected area. Place an additional disc on the opposite side of the affected area. Also included is a pack of 35 Coverlet Reinforcements. Get extended use from your discs with these dressings. Just place a dressing over top of the disc and your disc will stay applied longer and resist water!
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Example: if there is discomfort or pain on the top of the wrist, place one disc on the top of the wrist and one on the bottom of the wrist as well. When dealing with back pain, you may want to place a few discs around the exact spot and use a "cross" pattern of one disc on the pain and four more in the cross pattern around it approximately 2 inches apart (see Illustrated Directions).