Acu-Pad works with your body to provide a natural pain relief solution and remove the actual cause of pain.
Acu-Pad is an effective and easy to use acupressure pain relief device. It is made from non-allergenic materials and consists of high density plastic spines which are precisely arranged to best stimulate the body’s internal abilities to treat itself.
Acu-Pad - a proven solution for pain management.
Acu-Pad works by applying non penetrative acupressure on numerous points over an area of the body.
The pressure spines stimulate blood flow and lymph circulation locally. Endorphins, the bodies own painkillers, are released. These are effective in blocking pain and producing analgesia and a sense of well-being.
The Acu-Pad principle was originally developed in the 1970s in response to a need in second world countries with limited medical resources for an effective readily affordable, “home doctor” without the costs of even quite ordinary drugs which we in the west have taken for granted for over a century and were simply unavailable to their ordinary citizens . It soon became available from every (state owned of course) pharmacy- but remember, unlike here in the west, there were no competing drugs companies with vested interests in promoting their own products which have to be bought time and time again..
Currently Acu-Pad is not available from pharmacies in the UK, and it is unlikely that the Pharmas will be promoting it! However it has recently been introduced and marketed successfully in pharmacies in Sweden so maybe we must not give up hope of being able to promote Acu-Pad in the High Street here!
The Acu-Pad principle has been put to use all over the world now even including the USA where expensive private medicine is for many people the only health care they can get, and has been successfully used by tens of millions of people. It eliminates muscle pain, increases the flexibility of joints and increases resistance to muscle fatigue. Acu-Pad produces exceptional results in the treatment of sciatica pain, lower back pain, numbness or tingling in legs and arms, pinched nerves, upper back pain, chronic pain in cervical spine, joint pains and spasms, all being conditions which we have traditionally turned to drugs, and sometimes homeopathy, osteopathy, and chiropractic to control.
But not only that kind of condition benefits from Acu-Pad. Acu-Pad also has an immediate effect on pain caused by hard physical work, over exertion in sport and other physical stress related activities. After a hard day’s gardening, a nice hot bath followed by a few minutes with Acu-pad works wonders.
Scientific research has also shown positive results for sufferers of low or high blood pressure, insomnia and chronic fatigue.
It’s hard to believe that our own bodies can do more to relieve our aches and pains than many pharmaceutical products, but it’s true. Endorphins, nature’s own painkillers, are always in our bodies, waiting to be released when pain strikes, and now with Acu-Pad we can kickstart high endorphin production by careful localised stimulation of blood flow and lymph circulation.
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