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"Week seven was a huge sign that I was actually pregnant. There were a few days that it took me hours to get off the bathroom floor and actually function. After I bought my Psi Bands, that was a thing of the past. Almost instantly I felt a difference. Now I put them on before bed and wake up feeling like a normal human being and not some creature from the porcelain lagoon!"
"I was very nauseous for the first several months of my pregnancy and I was skeptical about whether or not Psi Bands could help. But they relieved my nausea instantaneously. Since then, I’ve been recommending them to all of my pregnant friends."
"For someone who gets queasy at the sight of moving water, Psi Bands were a great discovery. On a recent cruise I had the opportunity to test them across different types of vessels with varying levels of movement and Psi Bands passed all of the tests. What an effective and quality product!"
"Psi Bands worked wonderfully for me both on a sail boat and--most amazingly of all--in a car. I have never been able to read while in a car before, but with Psi Bands I did so without any difficulty at all."
"As a pediatrician and nausea researcher, I know that acupressure points can relieve nausea for patients on chemotherapy. There is a product called Psi Bands that helps. Before I knew about Psi Bands, the only option I knew was to have kids with nausea hold wrist pressure with a hair band and rolled up tissue which is, of course, inelegant and impractical. I recommend Psi Bands to my patients with nausea."
"I took chemotherapy injections for five months. During this time, I had a lot of nausea. After about three months of chemotherapy, I found out about Psi Bands. After using Psi Bands, my nausea subsided. In my opinion, Psi Bands work EXTREMELY well for nausea."
"Post surgery, I had to take medications that made me nauseous. I put on Psi Bands after the onset of nausea and found relief within minutes! I didn't remove the bands until I was off the medication for fear of the nausea returning. I was definitely able to breathe a Psi of relief!"