1. patricia ann eads

    Well guess what? If you have experienced alternative healing techniques… Reiki, Rolfing,Meditation,Acupunture etc.
    Then you know the body is electric and magnetic.
    Vudu not needed.
    These crazy little patches worked for my roommate and myself. I am very grateful for this technology. Not perfect, adhesive strips woefully inadequate, there are cheap ways to get around this. Money back for those who simply want to try.

    • admin

      Yes, for people who don’t care if this is a scam or not, and who don’t care if they are paying $120 or not for a placebo pill, I too highly recommend spending money on non-scientific treatments like Kailo out of sheer desperation for pain relief.

  2. Jonathan Smyth

    I saw a YouTube ad and came across this website after being infuriated by the claims. I feel like their marketing materials are crossing the threshold of allowable bullshit for non-medical products. Maybe a formal complaint with the FDA would be appropriate?

  3. I see you are making fun of everyone who tries to tell you this patch works for them. I bought one, moved it slightly several times and found that it did relieve about 80% of the pain I was having in my legs that kept me awake at night. I got several more and gave them to my mom and two of my best friends. All three of them LOVED it and have thanked me over and over for thinking of them. I’ve now bought several more to give as CHRISTmas gifts and to have spares to carry in my purse and leave in my travel bag. I’m sleeping better than I have slept in years because the pain in my legs is gone most of the time and reduced to almost nothing the rest of the time. I hate that you make fun of everyone who says it works, because there are people out there, like me, who could greatly benefit from this patch. Go ahead and make fun of me now, but, this patch is an answered prayer for me and for other people I know.

    • By the way… I don’t feel a tingle, I don’t feel warmth… I don’t feel anything coming from the patch at all. I also don’t feel the amount of pain I used to feel. That’s all that matters to me. Plus I’m not hurting the lining of my stomach, etc, like I used to when I took Advil constantly.

    • admin

      Please dont hear me making fun of you. If you get pain-relief from it, good for you. Like I said, I believe the placebo affect is very strong. I’m just putting out there,that physics and science both tell me that this cannot possibly work, and I point out that the manufacturer has not done any studies that are credible to prove otherwise. If you choose to ignore the red flags and, “just believe”, that’s up to you. I can understand how desperate people are for a solution. I certainly am very sympathetic to those who feel they have no other options, but those who have been warned it is a scam, and choose to buy anyway… If it ‘stops working’ for you one day, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

      Kailo themselves told me in mid 2019, they had “many studies” in progress. Not one has been published in the last year. You make the call yourself, it’s your money.

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