Missing from the high street

Classic ladies jet black and goldWith so many people suffering from arthritis and so many quack remedies out there, it is interesting that one of the few alternative remedies that has been shown in some cases to work – magnetic therapy – gets such bad press. Some of you may remember my earlier blogs in which I wrote about the reluctance of Wikipedia to report fairly on the results of clinical trials on magnetic therapy for osteoarthritis. Well, that’s understandable. They want to be thought of as “serious” and they tend to lump all alternative medicine together under the same banner.

But what is not so understandable is why magnetic therapy and magnetic bracelets are not more visible on the high street or in shopping centres. After all, we see Reiki, yoga, Pilates, Chinese herbal medicine with shop fronts and people going in (and coming out). So why not magnetic jewellery?

4 in one titaniumPart of the reason might be price perception. There are some people selling low-quality magnetic bracelets really cheaply and this probably gives the impression that all magnetic bracelets, necklaces and pendants are of the same shoddy standard. But this is not the case, Magnetic Products Store sells some of the best magnetic jewellery products for arthritis sufferers including its excellent range of jet-black bracelets.

It would seem then that there is something missing from the high street – a gap that needs to be filled.

Personally, I think it is only a matter of time before Magnetic Products Store fills that gap.

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