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AMC Group Limited

Magnetic Mattress, Therapy Mattress, Bio Mattress manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Hot Popular Bio Magnetic Mattress, Magnetic Tool Rack, C-02 Balun Ferrite Core From China AMC and so on.

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Hot Popular Bio Magnetic Mattress

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50-99 100+
FOB Unit Price: US $29.63 US $28.11
Purchase Qty. (Pieces) FOB Unit Price
50-99 US $29.63
100+ US $28.11
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Production Capacity: 1000PCS/Month
Transport Package: PVC Packing
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Paypal, Money Gram, Western Union

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Basic Info
  • Model NO.: A-009-01
  • Size: 92cm X 188cm
  • Hardness: Soft
  • Shape: Rectangular
  • Seasons: Winter
  • Filling: Magnets
  • Trademark: Bioliving
  • HS Code: 9404904000
  • Type: Wool
  • Usage: Home
  • Thickness: Medium
  • Age Group: Adults
  • Condition: New
  • Material: Austrial Wool
  • Origin: China
Product Description

magnetic therapy mattress protect rheumatism periarthrits humeroscapularis, arthritis, high blood pressure,neurasthenia and muscle strain. It can also help to improve general symptoms of discomfort and take a good psychological effect.

First layer: 100% Australian super washed wool
Middle: removable magnetic aromatherapy insert, with 1000Gs each magnet
Bottom layer: 100% pure cotton, with zipper one side and four corner elastic strip,
binded edge

1) Comfortable, pain relief and activating the blood circulation

2) To be having sleep quality in good condition for magnetic pillow Magnet therapy involves the use of a magnetic device placed on or near the body to relieve pain and facilitate healing. The magnetic products on the market today come in many forms. They can be taped to the skin, worn as jewelry or in your shoes, or slept on as pillows and mattresses. Arthritis, insomnia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches
are among the long list of ailments for which people have tried magnet
therapy. Although no one can say how magnets work, advocates claim that they can
have a profound effect on the body, particularly in relieving pain. The lure of magnets
for medicinal purposes is not new. The ancient Greeks believed that lodestones
(natural magnetic rocks) had therapeutic powers. In the sixteenth century,
Swiss-born alchemist and physician Philippus von Hohenheim, who went by the pseudonym
Paracelsus, purportedly used magnets to draw illness from the body. Over
the past decade, magnet therapy has become increasingly popular, especially among
professional athletes who use it for aches and pains. Even so, magnet therapy
remains controversial. Scientists have only recently begun the well-designed research
needed to persuade most mainstream doctors to add magnets to their medicinal
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