We receive so many submissions for ''pain relief'' items that don't work that I've become jaded at any such claim. When one of my favorite natural health practitioners told me about the success he was having with these supports made from fabric containing bamboo charcoal, I was skeptical, but I told him I'd try them. Would you believe they had a 100% success rate among my friends and colleagues with mild to severe aches and pains? One of our buyers who experiences a lot of pain walking at gift shows was completely pain-free for five consecutive days while wearing the ankle support.
My kickboxing instructor, who is scheduled for knee surgery, has spent hundreds of dollars on knee braces, wraps, acupuncture, meds, etc., and he's so happy with the knee supports that he asked if he could sell them in his studio! They've improved his circulation so much that he's back in the ring coaching and performing like he's in his 30s. He says they're the best knee supports he has ever used (and he's been in martial arts for 50 years).
Whether you have arthritis, joint pain, or a sports injury, these supports might be the solution. They're made with bamboo charcoal which emits far-infrared rays as well as negative ions. After wearing them for just a few minutes, you will feel heat generated from the bamboo charcoal interacting with your own body heat. When I asked for the science behind this, I got 79 pages of documented clinical research. The bottom line for me is that good blood circulation promotes good health, and far-infrared energy has been shown to enhance circulation, provide anti-inflammatory effects, and boost the immune system. I'm very excited to pass these supports on to all who need relief from pain!
These items are washable in cold water, gentle cycle and low heat dry. Put under the sun to recharge once every 2-3 months and to reverse what they've absorbed - odor, energy, etc. The measurements below are the approximate circumference at the widest point for each support. They will stretch up to 2'' wider than this. You'll want them to fit a little snugly, so get one that's up to 2'' smaller than your measured circumference.