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$9 – Negative Ion Bands (Retail Value of $34.99)

If you’re an athlete or you watch them on tv – you will recognize these bands. They are thought to have positive physical properties. Here are the Frequently Asked Questions about negative ion bands:

How do the power bands work?

Power Bands produce a high amount of negative ions. Negative ions are produced by natural sunlight and are present in cleaner air. They are important because they help neutralize the harmful effects of positive ions in your body. Many of the electronics you use in your daily life pollute your environment with positive ions which can be harmful to your body. Too many positive ions interfere with our natural electrical balance and slow down blood circulation. This can often make you feel tired and unbalanced. The power bands work to counteract this effect with the release of negative ions.

Are they safe?

Power bands are a safe and natural form of therapy.

Are there any side effects to wearing these bands?

No significant side effects with these bands have been observed. A very small amount of users may experience very mild temporary symptoms such as light-headedness, tingling or increased thirst. If you experience these symptoms, try removing the band and wearing it at a slowly increasing rate.

Do power bands work on everyone?

Studies show that power bands work on the majority of people who use them. However, results are different for each person.

These bands are available at SaveMore today for just $9 – with your FREE $10 credit, you can get one of these for completely FREE (retail value $34.99). Even the shipping is FREE. for that price, you could try it out and see how accurate these claims are.

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