Q-ray Bracelets

Written by Sierra Rein
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Most people have heard of Q-ray bracelets, but many do not completely understand their use and benefits. The science behind these beautiful yet functional wrist pieces arrived through the ancient oriental theory of Yin and Yang energies. According to this theory, when the body's negative energy (Yin) becomes balanced with the body's positive energy (Yang), the state of Chi has been reached. This Chi state allows the natural functions of the body to perform to their optimum capabilities.

To make this ancient theory applicable to modern science, Q-ray bracelets are ionized to accept and reject the flow of positive and negative energies in the body. According to their designers, the bracelet's circular form reduces resistance of the bioelectrical flow and can help an individual with stress, poor diet, energy loss, and chronic muscle pains and joint aches. Some wearers who suffer from migraines have also claimed that their Q-ray bracelets have relieved their headaches and neck pain within 30 minutes.

The great thing about Q-ray bracelets is that they are attractive and beautiful, no matter what their ultimate function. They can be purchased in a natural silver or gold standard finish or a combination of these two types of metal luster. The Premiere Edition versions are made of a tarnish-resistant flexi-stainless wire and are designed to last their users forever. To find the correct size, measure the right wrist: an extra small should be worn for those with wrists 6 inches and under, a small for 6 to 7 inches, a medium for 7 to 7.75 inches, and a large for individuals above 7.75 inches.

When Not to Wear Q-Ray Bracelets

These bracelets should not be worn by individuals with pacemakers or other electronic devices, those with allergies to non-plated metals, or while utilizing any product that is electric or magnetic in nature (like tanning beds and electric blankets). The bracelets should be removed before becoming submerged in salt water or chlorine and can become damaged if worn next to another piece of metal jewelry or watch. De-ionization may occur if the ends of the bracelets (terminals) touch each other.


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