This Futuristic Patch Uses Nanotech To Relieve Your Pain – Here’s How It Works
Imagine owning a device that diminishes pain at the source.
You can use it whenever you want – even all the time. It’s completely safe.
It doesn’t use chemicals, medicine, or drugs, nor does it change anything about your mind or body. In fact, it doesn’t even go past your skin.
It’s not permanent, either – you can take it off whenever you want.
Sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, right? And if you suffer from chronic pain, then it just sounds like a dream…
But 2020 is here. And, thanks to an accidental discovery at a military research lab, so is this “pain diminisher” – which actually comes in the form of a nanotech patch called Kailo.
Don’t believe me? I don’t blame you. When I first heard about it, I didn’t believe it either. But then I put it on…
First, What is Kailo?
Kailo is a non-invasive patch that’s embedded with billions of tiny nanocapacitors. These nanocapacitors work together like a bio-antenna (more on that later) to naturally relieve pain in seconds.
Using the patch is easy and safe for all ages: When you’re feeling pain, all you do is stick a Kailo to your body (somewhere between the pain and your brain). Within moments, you’ll feel the pain easing away.
Some describe a warming sensation, others say the pain gets “quiet”, but for many (including me), the pain just… diminished at a rapid pace.
Kailo Is Here, It’s Weird, And It WORKS
I first heard about Kailo from their crowdfunding campaign. They raised a staggering $1.4 million in under 30 days – so, as a tech writer with chronic back pain, I had to try it out.
First, some important facts:
- Kailo doesn’t use medicine or drugs, so nothing foreign or toxic enters your body.
- The nanocapacitors are 100% safe to use all day, every day – with zero side effects.
- Kailo is reusable and lasts for years. The only maintenance involves replacing the adhesive every now and again.
- Kailo helps a lot more than just back pain – in fact, it works pretty much anywhere you place it. It’s already been shown to relieve migraines and headaches, knee pain, elbow pain, menstrual cramps, and more… and since nanotech is so new, they’re still finding exciting uses for it!
How It Works: The Science Behind Kailo
It’s difficult to put this simply, but I’ll give it a shot:
When you experience pain, it’s typically the result of electrical signals being sent from the location of the pain to your brain. The worse the pain, the stronger the signal.
Kailo’s nanocapacitors communicate directly with the brain’s electrical system, telling it to “turn down the volume” of the pain signal (like a “bio-antenna”). This allows your brain to send help, reducing the pain immediately.
What’s inside Kailo?
Let’s take a look inside Kailo’s innovative, licensed technology. It was invented as a leading-edge antenna technology and in a EUREKA! moment was discovered to also help relieve pain. So what’s inside a Kailo? What makes it work?
- Carrier Layer
This non-conductive layer is made from a special kind of synthetic polymer that works as a base for the particle mixture. The laminate helps to protect the particles from friction and water damage.
This is the layer that interacts with the body’s electrical system. It contains billions of charged nanocapacitors that work as an antenna, assisting the body in clear communication and reducing the signals that cause pain.
The nanoparticles are flood coated with a patented substrate that holds everything in place to create a dust-free and water-tight seal.
If you’re familiar with TENS or other widely-used electric therapies, then Kailo probably doesn’t seem so strange to you (it’s similar – just easier to use, more affordable and less invasive).
A Tip On “Hacking” Kailo For Maximum Relief
When you first put on Kailo, you’ll feel relief right away… and if you’re like me, you’ll scream “WHOA, it works!” and leave it at that. But I learned a neat trick from other beta testers: even if you feel good, keep trying new placements!
Just like placing a TV antenna, you can actually move your Kailo around and FEEL the relief improving – and eventually, you’ll find your “sweet spot”. I thought mine was in a good place at first, but then I found an even better spot!
The Future Is Here – And It Feels Goooood!
I suffer from back pain due to an old injury, and I had tried pretty much everything under the sun… yet nothing gave me lasting relief. But now I have Kailo – and I’m so grateful for it.
Of course, I know what you’re thinking: it still sounds like science fiction, or even nonsense. That’s the reaction I get from most people… until I let them try mine. You really have to experience it to believe it.
NEWS FLASH UPDATE ON THIS PRODUCT
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Are you thinking about getting this nanotech pain relieving patch? Well, I advise you not to. The reason I say this is because it would be a far better idea to find out the pros and cons so you can make a better informed decision.
So what is Kailo exactly? It’s a special type of patch that you either hold to a part of your body that you feel pain or you use the adhesive strip and attach it directly to the place of pain. It’s supposed to work with your body’s electrical system and disrupt the pain signals being sent to your brain.
The specifics of exactly how it works via this mechanism can get very technical and confusing. But what is clear is that it works very well for lots of people who report that pain is greatly diminished or even eliminated after only a few seconds or minutes. So many people have been intrigued by the Kailo patch after seeing so many people get these type of results and so quickly.
People have used it for all sorts of pains and aches. There are the common issues like pains to do with the knee, back, wrists and hands, elbow, feet and so on. Then there are typical problems like headaches and migraines which this patch is supposed to work very well on. And people have also used this to help conditions such as fibromyalgia and menstrual cramps. So this device is being used for many different types of pain.
Perhaps the best thing about this product is that it works fast. Most people report that it works within under 60 seconds of wearing it. Kailo works by turning down the strength of the pain signals in the body. And it seems to do this particularly well.
Many Kailo reviews I’ve seen don’t address how long the actual pain relief lasts. And from my research it seems as though people report mixed results. Some can just wear the device for a few minutes and then take it off and continue to experience pain relief, while others only feel the relief while wearing the device and if they take it off, they can feel it again.
Another major benefit to wearing this is the fact that it’s free of side effects. I’m sure you know how potentially damaging and dangerous pain medication can be for the body. So solutions that work and are side effect free are in high demand. And this product is completely natural and that is why there is a lot of attention surrounding it.
Okay, so there are a few positive points about Kailo but what about the negatives?
As I’ve already hinted at, although many people report benefits from using this, there still exists a minority who experience to relief. Pain is a very unique and individual response for all people. And I just don’t think a product that works on the signaling system can work for all people and all conditions and all the time.
It’s obviously great when it does work. But the only real way to find out if it does work, is to simply test it. They do have a money back guarantee so you can test it fully. And the other thing I think people need to realize and this is important is the fact that this is not a cure.
It can help reduce pain but the reason for the pain will still need to be addressed with your health care provider. I talk about this more in the video here:
As I wrap up this Kailo review, I can’t say whether I recommend this or not. I would definitely say to give it a try but please realize that it won’t work for everyone. So you might just have to experiment with this and give it a shot to see.