Mudoku Detox Foot Pads Results from Moisture
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THEAMERICANWRITER - Jan. 31, 2011 | 12:18 CST
JAPAN - Detox Footpads by MudokuTM are allegedly supposed to absorb toxins, heavy metals, metabolic waste and impurities while you sleep. The packaging claims it aids in natural cleansing. A little research showed that it from Japan, however, the box itself states it was made in China. I did try to locate information about the brand or company of MudokuTM, but was unable to find anything about them in Google, which was strange to say the least.
Nevertheless, I bought a box of from the Dollar Tree that consisted of 4 pads for just a one dollar. I just wanted to try it and see what it would do but wasn't going to pay anymore than $1.08 (tax included) for it. First off, I don't know what the ingredients are but it absolutely stinks! Despite the stinky smell of the ingredients, I went ahead and put the pads on before I went to bed and 8 hours later, I woke up, took them off and noticed the pads were a dark brown. I was skeptical. I was thinking that whatever they put in the pad could have caused the color once moisture occurs. Mudoku Detox Foot Pads
Detox Footpads Results Caused by Moisture
So to test that assumption, I took another pack of "powder patch" (box came with four packs of powder patch and four plaster sheets). I sprinkled just a little bit of water on it and the color started to come through. Believe it or not, it started to look like the after picture shown on the box. It was a lighter brown. I pressed on it for about 10 seconds and the color became darker. I've concluded based on this test that the longer it stays pressed up against your foot or whichever place on your skin you put this pad, the darker it will be when you finally take it off. It gets darker due to moisture. The moisture is kind of like when you take off a band-aid, you'll notice how your skin is wet and sometimes wrinkly depending on how long the band-aid has been on. It's the same moisture effect that you'll get with the Moduku detox footpads.
Color of Detox Pad Ingredients
Furthermore, my curiosity extended a bit. I wanted to know the color of the powder. So, I opened up the powder patch itself to see what color the ingredients were and you guessed it -- it's a shade of brown. We can all only wonder what the pad would REALLY look like if the original powder had no color.
What the Detox Footpads Did for Me
I can't say that it did anything for me but disturb my sleep due to the stinky smell. I mean they could have at least scented the the powder with something more pleasant like lavender or something. Or better yet, found a way to have it scentless. But the powder is just originally stinky. Once you take it out of the box you'll see exactly what I mean. I had to wash my hands a few times to remove the smell from my hands and then I used hand sanitizer, too. That was just from touching the pack and not the actual ingredients. This was before using it. It's just one of those products that naturally smell bad, in my honest opinion.
Did the pad remove toxins from my body? Well, how in the world would I be able to tell if it did? There isn't a way for me or anyone to prove that because the powder is brown and darkens when moisture or water is applied. You would have to first have some machine to be able measure your level of bodily toxins and what color those toxins are and how they look when they leave your body and then compare that to the results of the detox footpads. But you can't really test that with the pad because the color of the ingredients shows through immediately when moisture or water is applied. Technically, with this being a product of color ingredients that "bleed" due to moisture or water, you'll never really know if this is removing anything from your body. And since we'll never know, there would be no reason to buy this product for the sole purpose of removing bodily toxins; because you can't tell if it did or not. They should have made the ingredients without color so we all can tell if it really works to remove toxins from the body. But maybe they didn't because it doesn't really remove bodily toxins and they just wanted to put that in there just to get people's money. You know like a scam. Unfortunately, we live in a world where people set up scams/cons all for the purpose of money.
Does Mudoku Detox Foot Pads Eliminate Aches or Pains
I am not sure if the pads work on eliminating aches of any kind. It claims to. I put the pads on my foot and I don't have aches on my foot. So, what I will do is put a new patch (the last one I have not used yet of the four included in the box) on my hand since I have aches there and will let you know if in 8 to 10 hours the ache is gone. I will test it when I sleep tonight. I'm kind of hesitant because man that smell is just really bad and for me to have to put it on my hand just to test this out on aches, is not exactly encouraging.
Logical Reason to Buy Detox FootPads
If you're going to buy this, then it would only makes sense to buy them to see if it aids in eliminating pain.
Why? Because you are more likely able to prove whether or not it works to remove aches versus the removal of bodily toxins. How? Well, if you apply the patch to an area of your body that you are experiencing an ache or pain and 8-10 hours later you remove the patch and your pain is gone, then you can conclude that it more than likely had something to do with the Mudoku detox pad.
The detox footpads, as shown on the box, can be applied anywhere on the body - hand, elbow, shoulder, arm, leg, stomach and so on.
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