If you’ve been thinking about trying a Farabloc blanket to help alleviate your Tripawds’ phantom pain and other types of chronic aches, get yours now before Thursday June 30. Why? Because the Farabloc blanket pain relief product is made in Canada and on July 2nd Canada’s mail could come to a screeching halt. Canadian postal workers may go on strike and shipments will be delayed indefinitely.
Three Facts About Farabloc Blanket Pain Relief
- Farabloc blanket pain relief offers drug-free therapy to reduce and eliminate amputation side effects like phantom limb pain.
- It works by shielding the body from high frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs)
- The absence of EMFs has been shown to speed recovery and reduce pain in human and animal amputees as well as horses.
Through the years we’ve encountered many positive reviews written by pet parents who have had tremendous success with the Farabloc blanket.
“. . . we used a piece of Farabloc fabric as a wrap around her stiff joint for the night. Within 4 days she was walking with barely a limp.”
We’ve tried it ourselves to alleviate migraine pain. After stealing Wyatt Ray’s Farabloc, we found that it helps reduce headache pressure and get rid of migraine pains.
Of course testimonials are one thing, but more importantly, Farabloc has published, scientific research backing it. You’ll find Farabloc’s results documented in the U.S. National Institute of Health online database “PubMed,” and health publications including Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine and the Clinical Journal of Pain.
Like any holistic product or pharmaceutical, Farabloc results may vary from animal to animal and person to person. Farabloc representatives are ready to help you get the most benefit from the product and are always reachable by phone or email. However the company does not accept returns so please consider your purchase carefully.
Read our previous posts about this non-pharmaceutical pain relief tool and if you decide to buy a Farabloc, be sure to do it no later than 5pm Eastern on June 30. Any orders received at Canada’s post office after that day could be held up indefinitely.