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I found the coolest muscle stim / massage gadget

By Robyn Openshaw, MSW | May 02, 2010

Stress after work, stiff neck, joint pain, sore feet, cramping legs, back pain, achy shoulders? You will love this!

When I went to Expo West in Anaheim recently, I saw 1,900 booths in 3 days! It’s like a trade-show marathon, that place! You could eat all kinds of “organic” and “natural” junk food. At the end of the day, though, it’s just junk food. If gummy bears are a 1 on a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being healthy), organic gummy bears are a 1.5!

I found just a handful of products that I think would actually enhance your lifestyle. Only a few nutrition products competing in the “health food” space are worth your money.

But O. M. G. There was one booth I just didn’t want to leave. It’s this Korean company with this incredibly affordable product that combines Chinese acupuncture with deep tissue massage sensations to relieve pain. The little hand-held controller has wide variability on strength, in the re-usable stimulation pads that you can use anywhere on your body. It sends bio-electrical signals directly to the muscle to relieve pain and stress.

No meds, no side effects. I sat in a chair and put the electrodes on my shoulder blades–then on my feet–

Unbelievable! Every bit as good as the electrical stim you get at the physical therapists’ office. The result was as good as a massage.

I couldn’t believe the price they let me get them for. They sell the Massage XP III that I fell in love with, for $250 ON SALE. But I signed a paper that I would never sell for less than $139, so that’s what I’m doing in the store for a limited time. Plus I’m throwing in a set of the large pads (great for large muscles like the back of your shoulders) for FREE.

I bought 50 and had them shipped. So be one of the first 50 to grab them in my store and ENJOY! You will love this! Take it to work and let your co-workers enjoy it:


(Get the shoes, too, if you want to do your feet–HEAVEN!)


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6 thoughts on “I found the coolest muscle stim / massage gadget”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Hey Robyn, I just grabbed one. I have been using a stimulator that I had to rent through my insurance company because it was sooo expensive. I also bought the shoes (what a cool idea!) hoping that the pain associated with my bone spur can be lessened.

    I really want to buy two more and will after I try mine out. I just hope you have some left!

    Thanks for a great buy. It pays to have ‘friends’ in the right business!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m don’t see any other place on the page to ask a question, so this is not related to the heavenly massage unit….has anyone tried blendtech-ing the live wheat and barley grass they sell at the grocery store? My friends tell me I have to have a special and seperate ‘grass juicer’ for it but what is your opinion? I know we can’t just eat it because of the sharp edges it has and we can’t physically chew that well. Anyone?

    1. Robyn Openshaw, MSW says:

      I have. Put grasses in my smoothie, that is. Read my book The Green Smoothies Diet on this subject.

      Ann Wigmore always said that you don’t EAT wheatgrass because our stomachs (unlike 4-chambered ones) can’t digest it. Well, we don’t digest insoluble fiber anyway, so who cares that we don’t digest it?

      Back then, there were no BlendTec blender to break the greens down totally. Throw it in your green smoothie, no problem.

  3. Alright, I’m taking your advice and getting one! I think DH and I could really benefit from something like this. You can bet I’ll be blogging about it too, can’t wait for it to arrive!

  4. Anonymous says:

    The link to the shoes just goes to the original stimulator. I need the stimulator and the shoes

    1. Robyn Openshaw, MSW says:

      Sorry. See “products” in the store.

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