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Pain Relief Secrets

Updated on October 26, 2015

Pain is a signal from our body that something is not exactly right, and it indicates to each of us that we need to get some form of pain relief. I want to share a new pain relief secret with you, and trust me it works. The Q-Ray bracelet is one of the most well known and respected brands of ionized bracelets, which is a type of metal jewelry purported to relieve the joint pain of the wearer. The Q-Ray wellness bracelet helps restore the body's natural balance and vitality through Bio-Energy, so that a person can perform the way nature intended for them to. The Q-Ray bracelet works in a similar fashion to acupuncture without all of those nasty and sometimes painful needles.

A person's natural energy flows through the body via channels called meridians. With these fourteen meridian channels, there are approximately 360 acupuncture points which act as pathways for all of your natural energy. Your natural positive energy is optimized with the terminals of the ionized bracelet in contact with your acupoints.

Charles Park, president of Q-Ray explains that the term "ionized" does not mean the bracelets themselves are ionized, but rather that the term comes from their secret "ionization process" which, he asserts, affects the bracelets in undisclosed ways. There are positive effects of different types of metals on humans, and it is firmly believed that some metals offered a benefit when worn. Q-Ray ionized bracelets help with balancing your positive and negative energy, which is very important.

There's only one original Q-Ray ionized bracelet in this world, and don't let yourself be fooled or tricked by inexpensive knock-offs and imitations. These cheaper copy cat versions may save you a little bit of money in the short term, but they won't give you the same health benefits that the Q-Ray ionized bracelet will.

I've worked with a co-worker for 10 years or more who has been wearing a Q-Ray bracelet to work. Over the course of time I've inquired about the benefits of the Q-Ray bracelet with him. He told me that he started wearing the Q-Ray bracelet for a neck injury he had. To the best of his knowledge it does help relieve the pain, and since he's been wearing it he hasn't been in any pain. So he sees no reason to stop wearing it.

I put off getting one for myself for many years until I recently bumped into another co-worker who was also wearing a Q-Ray bracelet. He said that he decided to get a Q-Ray bracelet to help with the pain in his shoulders and knees. He truly believes in the power of the ionized Q-Ray bracelet. He said that one time he took it off to do something, and put it on his cluttered dresser. He forgot about it, and within a few weeks the pain returned. He discovered the bracelet once again on his dresser, and put it back on his wrist. The joint pain went away after he started wearing it again. (Note - it takes about two weeks for the full power of the Q-Ray bracelet to fully kick in, and take effect.) He said that about a year later he took it off again for some other reason, and when he didn't put it back on right away, the pain returned again as before. So after that incident he's been wearing it all of the time, and he's virtually pain free.

After hearing his sincere story I decided it was time to stop putting this off, and I finally got one of my own. Some of the people that I've bumped into say that it's all in the mind. However I've seen enough botched knee and shoulder surgeries in my lifetime that other people have gone through, that I feel it's certainly worth a try. So far I have no complaints, but every person out there has the right to decide on their own what's best for them. Just remember that there's somethings in this world that simply can't be fully explained, and the power of the Q-Ray ionized bracelet is just another one of those things.

This simple pain relief secret has really proved to work for me, and I'm very happy with the results. Before I started wearing this miracle Q Ray bracelet I could hardly move my shoulder without being in severe pain. I couldn't even open up the glove box in my truck while I was driving down the street. I had to literally pull over, and stop the truck. I then had to remove my seat belt before I could open my glove box and get out what I needed from inside of it. Now I can move my shoulder without any trouble or pain at all. It sure beats going through all of that totally unnecessary surgery. You can just about count on this pain relief secret working for you on any given day of the week. Speaking of days of the week, what is your favorite day of the week?

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      Seiboi Misao 18 months ago from India

      Pain is difficult to bear, irrespective of physical or emotional aspect. I haven't try the bracelet.

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      Jack Shorebird 2 years ago from Southeastern U.S.

      Recently read a piece about pain. Bloomberg article. About a guy born without it. They are studying him to get the genetic goodies. There's another guy with 100x bone density - he doesn't break so much. Science on him might lead to treatment for old bones like mine. There was a third guy with natural low cholesterol. Again - get the key and we can all benefit.

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      kbdressman 2 years ago from Harlem, New York

      Thanks for sharing. I don't know that I'm convinced it works, but I know that when I'm in pain I'm willing to try just about anything! Thanks for the informative hub!

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      Betsy Scott Fitzmeyer 2 years ago from Marietta, Georgia

      Interesting info. Thanks

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      Akriti Mattu 2 years ago from Shimla, India

      Thank you for the information. Nice post :)

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      Susan Trump 2 years ago from San Diego, California

      If "all in your head" aligns the body, who cares?

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      Rachel L Alba 2 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      I will have to look into that Q Ray bracelet. I have arthritis from my hips down to my knees and by the evening I could hardly walk right. Hope I could find an original and not a knock off. Thanks for sharing this information.

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      monia ben saad 2 years ago from In my Dream

      Thank you for those information .. Most people are now seeking new solutions to ease the pain away from the surgery and the risks surrounding it. I had read before about the treatment by needles and now I think that this is also a wonderful bracelet .

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      Padmajah Badri 2 years ago from India

      Very interesting hub .Thanks a ton for writing this hub.

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      torrilynn 2 years ago

      this was an interesting hub. its great to know that there are other alternatives besides being told that surgery is the only option. Best of wishes.

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      Kathleen Kerswig 2 years ago

      This is an interesting hub. I know that we are energy in a wide variety of forms. We have vibrations in the body that probably could be affected by this bracelet. Thank you for sharing this information with us. Blessings!

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      Linda F Correa 2 years ago from Spring Hill Florida

      Might be willing to try it. Wish you had put a link somewhere so I could see where to find one

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      Anna 2 years ago from Mars

      Thanks for your hubs. this is a great information and an interesting product. I always believe that people should use anything to decrease pain replace medicine.

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      stella vadakin 2 years ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

      If it works that's all that matters. People in pain will try anything, I also believe in other treatments than surgery. I have seen too many that seem to put the patient in worse pain. A very interesting hub.