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Heal Patches are non-invasive foot patches and can be used in conjunction with other procedures. They are applied to the soles of the feet and can also be used on other parts of the body including palms of the hands, acupuncture points, and over swelling, sore or painful areas. Many people say they experiment on where the foot patches can be placed, depending on what issues they have to deal with.

Bamboo sap

All-natural dry powdered ingredients are inside the patches. The pads are placed intact on the adhesive plaster that comes in the pack. They are adhered like a big band-aid to wherever you choose to put them. Heal Patches can be used at any time but preferably while sleeping as the body shuts down to detoxify and rejuvenate overnight. Break the clear seal that contains two patches and apply patches just before getting into bed . Ideally, leave them on for eight to twelve hours for maximum effect.

Many people rotate two patches on the feet each night, starting with the ball of their feet the first night, the arch the second night, the heel the third night, then back to the ball of the foot to compare what comes out. If in a hurry, three foot patches on each foot can be applied overnight. Use from one to a maximum of six foot patches at any one time. If applying patches to other parts of the body, still put one or more on both feet. Socks worn over the foot pads may prevent accidentally kicking them off the feet during sleep. Do not place patches over the eyes or broken skin.

Before and after

Foot patches before and after

In the morning, remove the patches and check for changes. Patches may range from being light brown to dark brown and wet, to near black and soaking with a foul smell in more extreme circumstances. It depends on the individual but expect to see vivid results with your own eyes. Remove the wet used patches after sleep and discard them. If patches are still dry after use, they can be re-used. First time users tend to have more extreme results with patches.

Progressively, the patches may dry off. Unused patches can then be left in the box for another time. Some people apply new foot pads for three consecutive nights, others for three weeks and some for months. Some people apply a few foot patches every couple of months as a preventative maintenance.

Ingredients: Tourmaline mineral, Bamboo Vinegar, Siberian Ginseng, Achyranthis Radix, Paeoniae Rubrae Radix, Artemisia Lwayomogi, Caragana sinica, Platicodon grandiflorum.

Over four million boxes of foot pads are sold each month, mostly in Asia.

More Information about Heal Patches

Heal Patches contain 20% Tourmaline a semi-precious gem stone in the form of an ionic absorbable mineral that emits electromagnetic radiation in the far infrared region, at the same long wavelength of water in the body (wavelength 4-14 microns).

Studies in Japan revealed that exposure to Tourmaline significantly increased the concentration of calcium ion and the body's ability to engulf foreign materials that it encounters.

Bamboo vinegar is another major ingredient in Heal Patches. When dehydrated, the vinegar consists of 200 different components. It is a rich source of mineral and trace elements.

Ingredients in Heal Patches include a range of plants and herbs that are widely used in Chinese medicine. Heal Patches are free of starch fillers.

Toxic Accumulation can lead to Disease

Hundreds of thousands of chemicals have been invented since the Second World War. Adults have around 400 to 800 man-made chemicals lodged in their bodies. Normal healthy body elimination processes do not remove all these foreign chemicals. Foods, drinks, polluted air, medications, stress, metabolism, disease, products applied to skin, sprays, dust, synthetics, home and workplace chemicals all contribute to the body's toxic overload. They accumulate daily and build up over years setting up the internal environment favorable to disease.

The body is equipped with a natural immunity that has evolved over countless centuries. To be able to effectively resist disease, it first needs to reach a cellular balance between excretion of toxins and absorption of nutrients, water and oxygen.

Toxins Accumulate in Extremities, Furthest from the Heart

For centuries, Eastern medical study holds the view that due to gravity, toxins go downwards in the body and accumulate from the tips of the toes to the ankles. Toxins tend to sink to the lower part of the body during the day and accumulate around the feet. The feet are at the extremities from the heart, and the heart has the difficult job of pumping blood carrying toxins back up to itself, the kidneys, lungs, liver and also out through the skin for detoxifying the body.  Poor blood circulation brings many problems including the accumulation of fluids and toxins in the area around the ankles and feet.  Eastern medicine also understands that toxic accumulation leads to many degenerative diseases.

There is also an Eastern belief that aging comes from the foot. The feet are considered as important as a "second heart" and an abbreviated version of the body with 62 acupuncture points on the soles of the feet. Each point relates to an organ in the body. In foot Reflexology and Eastern Medicine, the top third of the foot relates to the organs in the top third of the body, the arch relates to the organs in the center of the body and the heel to the organs in the lower third of the body.

Toxins are kept furthest from the heart to accumulate in extremities of feet and hands. The heart has the job of providing life support by pumping blood. Blood carries nutrients, water and oxygen to every cell and then carries out toxins from cells to the kidneys, lungs, liver and skin for processing and excretion. Not all chemicals, acids and toxins leave the body, even if it is healthy.

 

 

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