I grow weary of all the misguided placebo types who mislead me.
Someone was raving to me via email that she LOVES her neodymium magnets (and she owned both magnetic pulser and neo's). She said each helps her in different ways. So I thought, hey, if magnetic pulsers have such a good reputation, even by a testifier on the Lyme-Rife group as well as by a prominent Curezone member, maybe I should investigate Neo's, since, at least according to her, neo's are neck & neck with pulsers.
So I researched the Chiu propaganda.
Then I ordered STRONG one-inch by 1/8" and one-inch by 3/16" neo's and taped them to my knee. Tried both north sides & south sides.
As a child, baloney made me vomit.
Seems there's an encore with virtual baloney!
Furthermore the Chiu Rings, which I also got, are VERY uncomfortably rough, and too loose even at their tightest.
Thank goodness I did not get the foot braces, since I did my homework & found out via detective work that some people who purchased the braces were very dissatisfied with them.
Believe me, I don't enjoy posting "call-a-spade" testimonials, but SOMEBODY has to - in order to counteract the parade of people who steer others wrong, constantly causing them to lose more & more money.
The reason I hate it?
Because most people prefer positive posts even if negative ones are the truth. So people like myself become mighty unpopular.
But y'know what? I hate misinformation even more.