Magnetic Jewelry

 Posted by at 3:26 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 292009

This really isn’t an RV topic, but I wanted to share something with you, besides the fact that we are still moving from the bus to the Winnebago, between a never-ending series of rain storms that have made the move a real hassle.

Like most people, I have seen magnetic jewelry for sale at RV rallies and craft shows, and probably like most folks, I really didn’t give it a whole lot of credibility. I had heard that wearing a bracelet of magnetic hematite could reduce all kinds of physical pain, and over the years I have even had friends tell me that they have had amazing results when they tried the things. Still, I guess I am too much of a skeptic, so I wasn’t convinced. Until now.

For two or three months now, I have been dealing with a lot of pain in my right elbow, to the point where it seemed like I was taking Advil or Tylenol a couple of times a day just to keep the pain at bay. I’ll be having my annual checkup at the VA hospital in Lexington, Kentucky soon, and it was one of the things I had planned to talk to my primary healthcare provider about.

I have also been dealing with either a bone spur or something on my tailbone, which over the winter got so bad that I could not ride my bicycle, and just sitting in the office chair I use at my desk was extremely uncomfortable after more than an hour or two. That was also on my list for when I have my medical checkup.

Last year at our Ohio Gypsy Gathering rally, vendors Russ and Debbie Davis were selling magnetic bracelets, and they gave me one. I promptly laid it down on my desk and forgot all about it.

About three weeks ago I came across the bracelet when I was sorting through all of the stuff I allow to pile up on my desk, and I slipped it onto my wrist just to get it out of the way. About three or four hours later I suddenly realized that my elbow had stopped hurting! I was amazed, because the pain had been there so long, and it took me a while to notice that it was gone.

I have been wearing the bracelet pretty much fulltime ever since, and if I had not experienced it myself, I’d still be very skeptical. If I had to put it in mathematical terms, I’d honestly have to say that the pain has been reduced by 80%. My elbow still hurts if I lay on it wrong at night, or if I leave it extended in any position for a long time, but otherwise, I really am not aware of it any longer.  

Just this week there was a vendor at the Carriage RV rally selling magnetic bracelets, and I bought a couple more. When Miss Terry and I were talking about how much the bracelet has helped my elbow, I suddenly realized that the pain in my tailbone has been dramatically reduced too.

Yeah, I know some of you are shaking your heads right now, but all I can tell you is what I have experienced. I can’t explain how it works, but for me, it does. I’m not selling magnetic jewelry, and I’m not pointing you toward any particular vendor who does. But I know I have felt a tremendous reduction in my pain levels since I’ve been wearing the bracelet, and for the few bucks they cost, you might want to give one a try. What do you have to lose?

Thought For The Day – Friendship isn’t a big thing – it’s a million little things.

Nick Russell

World-Famous, New York Times Best Selling Author, and All-Around Nice Guy!

  13 Responses to “Magnetic Jewelry”

  1. Bad Judy wants to know where you were wearing the magnetic bracelet that it helped your tail bone. :-0

  2. Bad Nick would say that it expands to make a necklace.

  3. Don’t both you and Bad Nick wish THAT was true!!!

  4. Nick, glad you are seeing relief from the magnetic bracelet we gave you last year! If you remember, we also gave you our ENIVA VIBE dietary supplement to try that ALSO could have helped with your symptoms. Lucky for you, if you allow us, we will be returning to the Ohio Gypsy Journal Rally this year and we will again have both products there for folks to try. Hopefully you still have room for us as we had a great time last year! Thanks, Russ & Debbie Davis

  5. It has been a known fact that Bad Nick’s butt occasionally slipped up on Good Nick’s shoulder, but a magnetic butt? Do not get to close to a steel bridge!

  6. I’m definitely a skeptic. I think this is the same thing as putting a magnet on your fuel line to get better gas mileage. Doesn’t help! Coincidences do occur. The older we get the longer aches and pains take to resolve themselves. You just got to a point where it would have improved without the bracelet.

  7. I can’t add to that chatter, so I won’t even try.

    But maybe we can find one of those magnetic bracelets that will help Suzy’s multiple pain areas! Will Russ and Debbie be at the Yuma Gypsy Gathering?

  8. I’m not sure if they will go west this year for Yuma,

  9. Good for you!! Glad you are feeling better – and glad you are trying “alternative” solutions to pain etc. We all just “pop a pill” and hope to feel better. I have known about the magnetic jewelry for years and think it does work. Just a caution – it is dangerous for people with pace makers or other type electronics in their bodies. I have long been a believer in the healing properties of various stones and gems as well as other “alternative” methods. If you are interested, please contact me.

    PS: I am not selling anything, just sharing my experiences:-)

  10. You can get magnetic jewelry at the Arizona Market Place which is just down the road a little bit from the Yuma Fairgrounds.

  11. So far my bracelet has hung on the range hood for 3 years now. At least I haven’t heard any complaints.

  12. Follow this link. Millions of people worldwide have discovered what you discovered and would not be without their magnets. We have a Nikken wellness home in our 5er. The magnetic mattress and seat cushion are especially nice for RVers. Doug

  13. So glad you decided to wear the bracelet and got the benefit from it.I have been wearing and selling magnetic bracelets and necklaces for 7 years and have had a lot of people tell me the same thing as you have experienced. I am also very glad you wrote about it and shared how it has helped you,maybe the sceptics will hear what you are saying and will try it for themselves.

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