Saturday, September 22, 2007

I'm a Seeing is Believing Kinda Gal


It's not easy to bullshit me, don't get me wrong, in most instances, I'd rather believe what a person tells me than not, but I do tend to disbelieve most of the hype on TV commercials or magazine ads. I figure, in those cases, they're gonna tell you mostly what they think you want to hear/read and if it means some major exaggeration to sell something, they'll do it in a heartbeat. They want your money, ya know?

Anyway, in my meandering way, I'm trying to say that I'm not easily fooled into spending my money on foolishness so I'd like to tell you about something I tried a sample of, and just ordered a 2 month supply of.
After using the sample, for 3 nights (it only included 6 patches), I woke up after the 2nd night without pain in most of my bodily parts for the first time in several years.

Those foot detox patches are pretty fine. The heat from the Detox Pad (Patch) helps absorb perspiration from the bottom of your foot. The bottom of the foot is the location where most of the nerves in our body end. Therefore it's used on the sole of the foot to clean out waste and toxic materials that are expelled in the form of sweat.

I decided to try them after visiting an online site about pain relief for arthritis. Old Arthur has been dealing me a heap of misery lately and I was near 'bout to get to the end of my rope. The patches are used for a whole lot of stuff like, "arthritis, to improve your immunity system, increase vitality and energy,
reduce stress and anxiety, improve circulation, improve sleep, hot flashes, and mood swings, among other things.

The main ingredients are wood vinegar extract, bamboo vinegar extract, and Tourmaline, but there's some more stuff the Japanese throw in there. It's all natural stuff too.

I'm going to try a round of 30 treatments first off cause I'm pretty sure there are enough toxins in my system to cause Green Peace to take up residence in my back yard. I'll let you know how it goes.

8 comments:

T*mmy said...

Now this is something I have never heard of...keep us posted as to how it goes!
;)

Anonymous said...

Yea - I can post this time.

I'm going to order some of these, Ms. Brenda. Sounds good to me. I did notice on the reviews to not overdo it if you take meds. This will be so much simpler than trying to detoxify with all those pills, and if it helps with pain as you say, I'm ALL over it. :)

Thanks a bunch!
Sally

Special K said...

Ya know what else works, and for less money?

Epsom salts. Seriously.

Brenda said...

Would I have to be awake to use the
epsom salts?

AndiePandie said...

Tell me more about these, how do you use them? Do you stick them in your shoes?

My dad, when he first discovered he was ill, went to a naturalist/herbalist. And she did detoxes on him all the time via his feet. It was pretty interesting to learn about.

Cindra said...

Wow! That does sound like something of interest. Wonder if it would help with diabetes?
My sil is having problems with hot flashes. Hmmmmmm.

Attila The Mom said...

Hahahaha---when I looked at the picture I thought you were writing about condoms! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Sis, What is it called. I'm interested in it. Love ya.