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October 11, 2010 / onemore123

NHS takes up magnetic therapy magnets

The times reported today that the HNS will take on magnetic therapy wraps.

The Times says that “Although its merits are challenged by traditional medics, it is used to treat joint pains, sports injuries, backache, muscle soreness and period pain. It is also used on animals…was inspired by a dog named Kiri, which developed severe arthritis. Conventional treatments did not help and, after researching the use of magnets… made a magnetic collar.”

Magnetic jewellery are the most common device used for magnetic therapy. Magnetic bracelets are easy to wear, suitable for many code of dress and will not cost the earth. For the largest selection of magnetic bracelets on the internat and in the UK, visit – sale is now on on most of the magnetic titanium bracelets.

Union represtntatives welcom this developement after a ballot titled ‘Unnecessary action’.



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  1. Jasian The Magnetic Therapy / Oct 12 2010 11:01 am

    My cat only drinks magnetized water when wearing a magnetic bracelet. It is another way of giving magnetic therapy benefits to your pet. He actually turns hi nose up at tap water now, and seems to know which one is magnetized when I put both down in front of him, but he is very clever. Although I’m sure your pet would get to like it too, and it’s good for him.

  2. David Delpinode / Oct 12 2010 3:54 pm

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  3. Ramin Aldan / Oct 13 2010 12:38 pm

    I am so happy that the Time reported that magnetic therapy is gaining truct and place it deserved in our national health strategy. I think that magnetic jewellery do help – A magnetic bracelet helped me with the pains I had in my wrist from playing golf. I am now a much happier golfer!

  4. Lisa the Magnetic Woman / Nov 7 2011 6:15 am

    Magnetic therapy is gaining ground also with people who are science oriented, cool 🙂 The fact that people benefit from magnetic jewelry should speak for itself but I guess we need this kind of stuff in our world to let more people benefit from magnetic therapy. Thanks for the post 🙂 Lisa

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