Any Side Effects Using Your Rings? Still Looking


Posted by Ricardo Cruz on May 08, 19100 at 06:46:23:

Posted by Ricardo Cruz on May 06, 19100 at 19:53:55:

I have been doing some research on magnetic healing and it's effects on the aging process and I have yet to uncover any known side effects. How extensive is your own research on this matter? Surely, there must be some risk involved when dealing with the manipulation of man's natural magnetic field. Up to this point my own research has uncovered that magnetic therapy is most effective with shorter people and on a thermogram Europeans display accelerated blood flow(the only logical explanation I can find for this could be diet and the minerals found in those foods). In my own case I have experienced an increase in energy and hair loss has halted completely. It used to be that I would take a shower and clumps of hair would fall out. Perhaps more information on the science involved in your Immortality rings can be posted so that others like myself can do more research.

Answer: As far as I know, there is no side effects. Chinese and other Asian countries have used magnetic therapy for over 3,000 years. We are still looking for any side effects.

Well, I guess I can be a bit more detailed about what I mean by side effects. Usually the term side effects mean something negative in your body due to the therapy.

With magnets, there cannot be anything that are negative, because even though it's true that you are accelerating the body's natural Chi flow and thus creating more powerful blodd circulation, that flow is IN the direction of the natural flow.

However, we do have many testimonials that say that they have many unexpected benefits from using our devices. I guess you can call these "side-effects" as well: only postive though.

Bottom line: we need to spend TIME and MONEY to do an in-depth research on this phenemonon to do it the justice it deserves. But as far as the established medical industries are concerend, unless they can sythesize something and get a patent on it - which they can't because magnets appear naturally in nature. It will be like someone trying to get a patent on water or salt! - they will not spend millions of dollars to do "proper" research, I'm afraid.

So it's up to people like you and me to do EMPIRICAL testing. Which means we need to ask a lot of question from many different people to come to some sort of conclusion.

Just like you, I'm still looking for NEGATIVE side-effects, and to this day, I haven't found one.

Keep using the magnets, my friend. You won't regret it.

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