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End the Pain…Period…With MN8

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Drug-Free Pain Relief for Everyone Woman’s Favorite Time!



   I don’t know about you, but once a month I am either curled up in the fetal position around a heating pad, laying in a hot bath, eating Aleve like it is going out of style or a combination of all three!  My whole adult life has been spent this way for the first day to first-day-and-a-half of that time.

   So when I was given the opportunity to review a new-to-the-US, drug-free magnetic device by Magnopulse, LTD. called MN8, I was quite curious to see if it would work!  I have always heard how magnets can help with arthritis pain and other types of ailments, so I was quite hopeful, though I will admit a bit skeptical, about MN8.

 What Is MN8?

   MN8 is a small pear-shaped magnet device that helps women deal with the effects of their period without the use of over-the-counter medicines or prescriptions.  It attaches discreetly to the top band of your panty, where it can rest against your abdomen.  All you do is clip it on about 1 day before you start, and keep it on through out your cycle.

   But cramps are not the only thing MN8 can possibly help!  *According to the MN8 website, after many supervised consumer studies, women reported that MN8 helped with breast tenderness (simply clip it to your bra), water retention, bloating, facial spots and some claim it even helped with endometriosis symptoms and PMS symptoms such as “mood swings”!*   It is also believed it may also boost your body naturally giving you softer skin, shiny hair and stronger nails!

  After reading that, I was ready to give it a try!  So, the day before my least favorite time of the month, I clipped the MN8 on as directed. It is simple to clip on, as it is really two pieces that hold together by the magnet.  The larger pear-shaped piece is what you want on the inside of your panty resting against your abdomen about 4” below your navel.  The smaller, round ‘button’ clips on the outside of your panty and holds the MN8 in place. It is extremely strong, so I had absolutely no problems with it falling off. 

   There are some possible side effects when you first start wearing the MN8 which include possible headaches and maybe even some nausea.  It is said these will quickly fade, and to drink a lot of water.  I personally did not have any of those side effects, but I did notice a slight metallic taste in my mouth.

   What else did I notice?  Amazingly, I noticed a HUGE reduction in the painful cramps I always suffer.  For the first time in I don’t know how long, I was not curled up with a heating pad, bemoaning my lack of a Y chromosome!  And I only took some Aleve one time.  I was amazed, and extremely grateful! 

Where Can I Get a MN8?

MN8 can be purchased directly through the Ladycare website.  It costs $39.95, and will last for 10 years!   The relief it could provide for you is priceless!

*based on facts and testimonials found on the MN8 website


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Tuesday 9th of April 2013

I could use this right now!! Thanks for sharing I'll be looking in to it cause i'd try anything to not have to eat so many pills. I had to take 2 tylenol pm on top of regular cramping meds and now i'm ready to pass out! OMW to their site now!

Keith Itsaglamthing

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

What an interesting product, with a lot of information. Great review...

Lauren Ivy Chiong

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

What an interesting product--thank you for the great review!

Michell Pulliam

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

Wowee! I think they've stumbled upon a gold mine! Lol! Sounds very interesting! I'm looking forward to reading future post as you continue to use it. May you have a wonderful evening! ;-)

Kayla @ TheEclecticElement

Tuesday 9th of April 2013

Okay, I'm pretty sure I love you right now! I've always suffered bad periods, but the past few years it's become ridiculous to the point I've really considered having a full hysterectomy just to stop everything and I'm only 23!

You know it's sad when I'm downright scared to death for that time of the month to roll around.

This is something I'm DEFINITELY going to look into and if it helps, I'll send you flowers myself! Lol

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