Healing Properties of Jade

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5 Benefits–Including 1 Proven Scientifically!

Jade Stones

Jade stones have been promoted for their healing properties for centuries

Even though we are adopting practices like acupuncture and drinking green tea, Westerners tend to be a little bit skeptical of ancient medicinal practices–especially when it comes to healing with crystals and gemstones.

Some say, “It’s just a rock!” while others insist they can’t go anywhere without their rose quartz (known for promoting love and healing).

Personally, I’m neutral. What I care about is results. That’s why when I heard that the gemstone jade actually relieves pain, I immediately went into research mode.

Here’s what I found…

In ancient lore, cultures from the Chinese to the Aztecs prized jade even higher than gold for its beauty. The Chinese revered jade for its ability to bring about health, wealth, and longevity. Ancient shamans also believed jade could treat kidney and adrenal gland disorders.

Jade is claimed by some to:

  1. Aid in detoxification by strengthening the body’s filtration and cleansing systems
  2. Boost the immune system
  3. Improve the heart, lungs, and thymus
  4. Stimulate Qi–what the Chinese call your “life force”

Granted, I’ve found no “real” proof for these healing properties, but again I’m all about results. If wearing a beaded jade belt keeps you off kidney dialysis, by all means wear one.

However, I discovered at least one scientifically proven healing property of jade.

There is one property that has been clinically tested and proven to benefit your health in an enormous way. In fact, as soon as I discovered it, I tripped all over myself to get this information to you as fast as possible.

Why? Because it’s going to forever change the way you treat your pain. Here is the one ultimate, scientifically proven health benefit of jade:

Jade is a phenomenal conductor of far infrared heat!

…Okay, so that may not seem like amazing and helpful news to you just yet. But just wait... When you find out exactly how to apply jade stones heated with far infrared waves, I promise, you’ll never look at pain the same way again.

I’m sure you’ve heard of infrared before–infrared cameras and photography, especially. Far infrared has a longer wave than that of infrared. It can’t be seen–only experienced as heat. This type of wave is responsible for the deep-penetrating heat you soak up when you lay out in the sun, but without the harmful UV rays. Far infrared heat is isolated and has no dangerous effects whatsoever.

It turns out, jade and far infrared heat get along extremely well, and your aching back or chronically cold feet are going to benefit from it! Jade stones absorb the FIR waves and distribute them evenly and continuously better than almost any other material.

With proper application, hot jade stones have been proven to relieve:

  • Back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Deep muscle tissue pain
  • Hypertension
  • Arthritis pain
  • …and basically any body pain you’d take painkillers or get massage therapy for!

Now, you don’t want to put your grandmother’s jade egg into the microwave or a boiling pot of water and rub it all over your body. Instead, I have a much easier proposal.

There is one easy way to get the healing properties of jade stones and far infrared heat. All it requires of you is to sit back, relax, and let the deep-penetrating heating pad heal your every ache and pain.

The best part is that the relief lasts for hours, not just a few minutes. When the special FIR heat passes through the jade stones, it allows the heat to penetrate 2-3 inches beneath the skin, getting deep into your muscles, joints and organs. It increases your blood circulation–which leads directly to pain relief and healing–in 30 minutes or less.

Let me SHOW you exactly what I mean…

Jade and Far Infrared Heat





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  1. Arlene says

    Havwe anIfrared heating pad, and of course jade stones.. Now how do wecombine both to get teh maximumelief from the body aches etc. listed in your article.. Place the jade on your body?? or on the infra red heating pad??
    Must be sometning out there to accomoodate the actions..
    Thanks,
    Arlene Gaal

  2. Steve says

    Arene,

    1. The pads are designed for you to use the stones facing towards the body, please though place a protective layer between you and the stones as they can get hot and second to keep the pad clean.

    2. To get the best results you will have to use the pad according to the manufactures suggested use and try different temperatures and try different positions and try different use times and try different times of the day when using it.

    and in time you will find what works best for you…

    Steve

  3. JOE SULTANA says

    If I may ask,do you warm up the jade stones before you apply them to your body ? or do just place them on your body.

    regards
    Joe

  4. Melinda Sleight says

    I have purchased two of these from you to give as gifts, and they have been very appreciated. I would like to know, however, if you have any information on how the jade stones compare to the amethyst stones in biomats. Comparable, or each type has different attributes?

    Thank you!

  5. Steve says

    Melinda,
    All Far-Infrared heating pads, regardless of the stone used, work like this…

    The stones are energized (heated up) by the workings of the pad and then the stones emit the Far-Infrared energy, there is only a small difference in the frequancy between Jade and Amethyst inside of the Far-Infrared spectrum and thus we choose to use Jade for our pads, as you may have already seen the Biomat pad are far more expensive…

    Steve

  6. Katherine Bridwell says

    I have used crystals for quite a while. Smoky quartz also works for hip pain. Love the jade crystals as well as many of the other crystals for various reasons. The energy emitted is phenomenal. Thank you for this article. Very interesting.

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