Archive for March, 2008

I have been aware of magnetic therapy for about 20 years now and have experienced it’s effects through treatments during a 19 year professional rugby career. I want to give a quick review of a new product that’s taking the professional sports world by storm. The product is a magnetic bracelet called “Trion Z”

I was first introduced to this product on a flight from Dubai back to the UK in early Feb. I met up with and ended up sitting next to an old friend of mine from Cheshire who runs a successful international golf business. Very early into the flight I noticed he was wearing a coloured wrist band (which I thought was a charity bracelet!). He then began to explain it was a brand new form of magnetic bracelet that was being used by over 200 PGA Golf Pro’s.

As an ex-professional rugby player I was intrigued as to the benefits for my sport and whether rugby players were actually aware of this new product. I was very impressed to learn about negative ions and how the bracelet releases 20 – 50 times more than competing products. Minus (negative) ions are generally abundant in nature through plants, waterfalls, rain storms and forest – all of which offer a natural good feeling. These ions unfortunately are depleted in urban areas as a result of modern technology.

I found out that the human body absorbs positive ions from mobile phones, electronic equipment and wireless networks. Research also shows that positive ions are associated with lack of concentration, muscle and joint pain, headaches and nausea.

Having an ache or two in my own body, I obviously had to have one, so I ordered a nice looking black number and thought I’d give it a couple of weeks to see if I felt anything different. Now the bad news is the the bracelet did not improve my golf handicap by a shot but the good news is after about 3 – 4 days, I would have to say that I genuinely felt better in myself and after about a week, an old wrist injury felt about 25% – 30% improved.

My first reaction to this was that it had to be psychosomatic but after listening to testimonials from family and friends (who I’d got to try out the bracelets too:)) the conclusion was that whether it was the magnets or the negative ions (or both) people were definitely feeling better as a result of wearing these bracelets.

I’m obviously going to start recommending these bracelets to the rugby guys but to be honest, anyone with a busy lifestyle will benefit from this product. I would guess that if you lived in a forest and you didn’t have a stressful job then you probably wouldn’t benefit from using Trion Z.

For the rest of us mere mortals you’ve just got to give them a go.

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Neil Harmon

Categories : Reviews, Trion Z
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