ionized bracelets

ionized bracelets

Deviced claimed by their manufacturers to ‘balance positive and negative ions in the body’ and thereby improve health. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial on people with shoulder, neck, low back or knee pain has failed to show any difference between placebo bracelets and the genuine article.
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Similar numbers of participants in both treatment groups had previously used ionized bracelets (4.5%), and about 80% believed the ionized bracelet would work.
First, study participants were mostly middle-aged, white women recruited in a tertiary care center who believed that ionized bracelets work.
The ionized bracelets, which are marketed as Q-Ray bracelets and contain 85% copper and 15% zinc, were invented in 1973 by Dr.
The ionized bracelets, which are marketed as Q-Ray bracelets, contain 85% copper and 15% zinc.