Monday, 7 February 2011

The Rugby Ref reviews the Trion:Z bracelet.

Recently The Rugby Ref was given a Trion:Z bracelet to test and review.  This is the bracelet The Rugby Ref was given.

It looks good, but what does it do?  OK, here goes with the "techy" bit:

Magnetic therapy is commonly used within Complimentary and Alternative medicine to help with a wide range of health conditions, including pain relief and injury recovery. The influence of negative magnetic fields is believed to naturally improve the flow of blood and oxygen to areas of injury to facilitate healing and cell regeneration.  Magnetic Therapy is a complimentary and non-invasive natural therapy, deemed a ‘no health risk’ by the World Health Organisation.

Research has shown that ion concentrations in the air can affect and influence our health and behaviour, controlling our energy levels, mood and ability to concentrate.  It is widely believed that the human body absorbs Positive Ions from electrical and digital appliances on a day to day basis. Positive ions are said to interfere with the natural balance and can lead to tiredness, lack of concentration and muscle fatigue.

•  Negative Ions are generally abundant in nature through plants, waterfalls, rain storms and forests. These Ions unfortunately are depleted in urban areas as a result of modern technology.

•  The human body is said to absorb Positive Ions from electronic equipment, cell phones, electrical wiring, and machinery encountered in everyday modern life. Physical stress and exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) Rays also elevates the positive ion levels within the body.

Negative Ion Technology in Trion:Z Products
Trion:Z and Colantotte products are made with negative ion-releasing capsules or with "Mineon Health® Fibers", a unique textile with negative-ion producing minerals woven into the fabric.
The negative-ions in Trion:Z products are released in measurable and significant amounts at rates 50 to 100 times higher than similar products.

What does all that mean?  It means that the Trion:Z bracelet should help with moods, tiredness, concentration and muscle or joint pain.  So if it works, it's a must have for The Rugby Ref.  But does it work?  The Rugby Ref is a scientific and practical person, but he is also open minded and knows that many complimentary medicines have astounding effects.

The Rugby Ref has been wearing his Trion:Z bracelet for a week now, he will continue to report over the coming weeks on any effects.

To celebrate the Six Nations, The Rugby Ref and Trion:Z are giving you the opportunity to win one of 5 Trion:Z Dual Loop, Patriot bracelets.  You get to choose from any of the following bracelets worth £19.99 each.

Keep checking back to for details of how to enter.

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