Genital Itch

Joseph D.
By Joseph D. Latest Reply 2010-03-02 18:33:04 -0600
Started 2010-03-02 08:07:54 -0600

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Deborah L
Deborah L 2010-03-02 09:13:05 -0600 Report

I remember in Las Vegas when this was put in the first casino. The air was incredibly refreshing. Afterwards, they always had a larger crowd than everyone else even though they were a smaller casino. It sure encouraged people to put more money in those slots.
Thanks for reminding me. Would you believe I have one of these machines in my home but forget to use it?

MAYS
MAYS 2010-03-02 08:53:47 -0600 Report

The theory behind their products is the limitation of positive ions which have a negative effect on us, and replacing them with much more negative ions (anions) which our bodies accept readily as a source of ease and comfort.

This same theory is applied in nature by the release of negative ions into the air during thunder and lightning storms, after which we comment about the fresh air and positive feelings that we have, and how clean both the earth and air seem to be, this theory is also present with moving water, the waves and surf at the beach, a swift moving stream, brook or river, even a home shower creates and releases negative ions that rejuvenate and invigorate us.

Interesting products if they have actually harnessed this technologically.
I remember this well from my days as a photographer and lab technician, this method was used to clean and neutralize static electricity on my photography, laboratory and recording equipment, it worked then, why not now (negative ions produce positive results) even in humans .. !

Deborah L
Deborah L 2010-03-02 09:15:36 -0600 Report

Mays, in any of your reading, do you think those pads might help with ongoing acne? Antibiotics only work for the length of time I'm on them and I don't want to keep loading my body with that. Commercial and prescription products aren't doing it either. The itch drives me crazy.

MAYS
MAYS 2010-03-02 10:47:37 -0600 Report

Deborah,
Have you tried any type of topical Vitamin B-3 (Nicotinamide) Gel treatments or Tea Tree Oil ?
They are supposed to be very effective treatments.

http://www.vitamins-supplements.org/vitamin-B...

http://www.ehow.com/how_2295282_use-tea-tree-...

Deborah L
Deborah L 2010-03-02 10:56:23 -0600 Report

Yes, I have. I studied herbology and alternative healing for years and believe in it. Unfortunately, going on SSDI hasn't left any room for anything but basic bills. I'm going to plug in the machine and relax like you said. Thanks.

Joseph D.
Joseph D. 2010-03-02 18:33:04 -0600 Report

Hi Deborah L, the Love Moon pads work for everyone I know. However, there are always exceptions for everything. Just like paracetamol may not help everyone, so too the pad may not work for all. It worked for my wife who is diabetic and had an itch. It worked for me when I removed the strip and placed it on my forehead for a migraine, and it prevented soreness when I placed a liner in each shoe before embarking on a gruelling 15 mile fast power hike. It worked for my 18 year old son when he began wheezing. It worked for an 80 year old lady who had painful knees and walked with a stick. She does not need the stick anymore.