Do you Soqi?

Soqi BedAbout two years ago a chiropractor recommended to my dad that I look into  Far Infrared Ray (FIR) technology to ease my pain and hopefully help my body fight off cancer.   After doing some extensive research, Dave and I decided to make the investment in a bed for our home and it has been something we have used daily ever since.   Dave did not have a single cold last winter, and we attribute a lot of that to his daily use of the Soqi bed.  I have experienced increased energy, relaxation, less swelling in my joints and believe that my current holding pattern in tumor growth and metastasis is in part due to my use of the Soqi bed.

Unfortunately, the FDA has yet to approve the sale of this technology in the US, so finding a Soqi bed to use or purchase may prove a little challenging.  Just what is the Soqi bed and it’s partner the Chi Machine?  Read on below for more information.  You can also check out some of my Soqi bed protocol videos here.

The Soqi bed consists of domes that emit Far Infrared Rays (FIR) which are the safest and most beneficial from the sun.  The reaction between our bodies and the FIR is what creates the healing benefits.   FIR beds increase your circulation, allow the release of toxins from cells, increased relaxation, decreased tension, reduced pain and inflammation.

The Chi Machine lies at the end of the Soqi bed and is an option to use while laying in the bed or on its own.  It promotes circulation and temporarily relieves minor muscle aches through its unique massage. The chi machine oscillates from right to left, or left to right, approximately 144 times per minute producing a harmonious figure “8” motion.  This motion oxygenates the blood and clears the lymphatic system.  Fifteen minutes on the chi machine gives your body the equivalent oxygen benefit of 1-½ hours of walking and the equivalent lymphatic benefit of a one hour manual lymphatic massage.

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