By: Chanda Torrey
WOW. This thing is a miracle worker. I have no idea how it works, but it does. My guess is that it is just voodoo magic or that it is made up of unicorn bones.
I’ve had two back surgeries so traveling in a plane or a car is excruciating. After about 15 minutes, I start wincing in pain and shortly thereafter, I am in tears. I have been like that for years, so I have tried everything; back braces, hot cream, hot patches, pills, and every cushion ever made. Nothing worked.
I have never been into ‘natural’ cures or any of that hocus pocus, but I was desperate. Someone told me about this sorcery magic of a Back Magnet and I decided to give it a try. What could hurt?
The first time was on a short flight. I didn’t feel anything different when I slid it into the waistband of my pants (they have a belt you can buy, but I didn’t), but maybe it takes a while? After a few minutes, I totally forgot it was there. When I landed, I realized I wasn’t in tears, but I thought, “Maybe my back cured itself and I didn’t need this back-magnet thing”. I never thought about the fact that it could have been the Back Magnet that helped with the pain.
On the return flight, I forgot to put it on and within 15 minutes I was searching for pain meds and a Vodka Soda. In my search, I found the magnet in my bag and decided to try it out. The pain slowly subsided and I didn’t need the pain meds. I probably still had the Vodka Soda, but not for the pain this time.
A couple of months later, I took a flight to Asia. I was dreading the 30-hour flight and tried to stock up on every pain med I could get my hands on. I brought the magical Back Magnet with me in case it might help. And WOW. I made it all the way to Vietnam without shedding a tear! I was a little sore, but that was to be expected for anyone. But I wasn’t in pain.
Now I use it anytime I travel longer than 15 minutes in a car, plane or train. I keep my Back Magnet in my bag in case I need it. I can’t recommend it more.