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Holy Krishna's Magnetic Mala/Magnetic Rosary Blood Circulation Reduces Diabetes+ Free Laxmi ATM YANTRA Free

Holy Krishna's Magnetic Mala/Magnetic Rosary Blood Circulation Reduces Diabetes+ Free Laxmi ATM YANTRA Free

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Magnetic therapy dates back at least 2,000 years, according to a report by New York University's Langone Medical Center. Folk healers in Europe and Asia are believed to have used magnets to try to treat a variety of ailments.

  • Magnetic therapy dates back at least 2,000 years, according to a report by New York University's Langone Medical Center. Folk healers in Europe and Asia are believed to have used magnets to try to treat a variety of ailments.
  • According for the most recent evaluation designed it spots magnetic mala getting a unquestionable arthritis option to support alleviate the discomfort brought on by arthritis
  • It is warming, improves circulation and protects from negative energy.
  • This belief has led to the popularization of an industry involving the sale of magnetic-based products for "healing" purposes: magnetic bracelets and jewelry; magnetic straps for wrists, ankles, and the back; shoe insoles, mattresses, and magnetic blankets (blankets with magnets woven into the material); and even water that has been "magnetized".
  • Check for Holy Krishna 100% Genuine Quality Sticker (Geniune Product caries Holy Krishna Sticker).Infringement or Imitation of our trade marks or LOGO can be punishable offences.

BrandHoly Krishna
Item Weight41 g
Product Dimensions35 x 2 x 35 cm
Item model numberHKMAGNETIC-1
Manufacturer Part NumberHKMAGNETIC-1
FoldableNo
MaterialMagnetic
ColourBlack
Stain Resistant?No
Assembly RequiredNo

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Holy Krishna's Magnetic Mala/Magnetic Rosary Blood Circulation Reduces Diabetes+ Free Laxmi ATM YANTRA Free

Holy Krishna's Magnetic Mala/Magnetic Rosary Blood Circulation Reduces Diabetes+ Free Laxmi ATM YANTRA Free

Magnetic therapy dates back at least 2,000 years, according to a report by New York University's Langone Medical Center. Folk healers in Europe and Asia are believed to have used magnets to try to treat a variety of ailments.

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