PLEASE NOTE: AB+, AB- and B- Formulations are currently unavailable as we are still in testing phase. Please check back later or contact us through email@example.com.
How Does The Pocket Patch Work?
- Product is applied directly to the area of pain.
- Relief can be experienced within minutes. (Response times may vary)
- Our studies show pain level reduction lasts as long as the product is worn.
- Pocket patches use revolutionary blends of minerals mined from the Earth.
- There is a specific formula for each blood type. (A+, A-, B+, B-, O+, O-, AB+, AB-)
- These different stones and minerals “vibrate” at specific frequencies.
- Designed to enhance cellular vibration through frequency response.
Why Is Frequency Important ?
“When we bring the crystal into our electromagnetic field, two things occur. The electromagnetic frequencies carried by the stone will vibrate with related frequencies in their own energy field through the physical law of resonance, creating a third larger vibration field. The nervous system is attuned to these shifts in energy and transmits this information to the brain. Here the frequencies stimulate biochemical shifts that affect the physical body…” [Simmons & Ahsian 2005:28]
BioVibe Pocket Patch Instructions:
- Loosely place product near or on the desired area for pain relief.
- Lower back and sciatica pain – tuck inside waist band
- Neck and shoulders pain – tuck under shirt or inside collar
- Head pain – place on pain area or tuck under hat or cap
- Foot or ankle pain – tuck inside sock or shoe
- Product can be folded and placed in pockets
- Product can be used in combination with the BioVibe Band
It’s important you know your blood type or the blood type of the intended user, before purchasing a BioVibe product. After countless hours of pain studies, our team has developed individual formulas for each of the eight major blood types.
Our pocket patches are made of comfortable denim and assembled by hand here in the US. Their sleek, thin design makes it convenient for direct application to the affected area(s).