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Lotus Mat Review

Hey Neighbors,

I have a neat product to share. It is called the Lotus Healing Mat. This mat is designed to help relieve pain, stress, muscle tension, and trouble sleeping. The mat has over 6000 therapeutic pressure points, that target key pressure points.

Lotus Healing:

Most importantly, it:
  • Relieves stress
  • Increases metabolism
  • Decreases inflammation
Basically, this is all possible because of a series of points strategically attached to the Lotus Healing Mat’s cotton base. While one lies across the series of 6,000 points, a Tibetan acupressure mat, endorphins are released, and the body succumbs to a natural healing process. Endorphins, which are essentially the body’s natural anti-stress and anti-pain hormone, are released throughout the body and a mild tingling sensation washes over one’s body and encourages the body to relax, and succumb to the holistic healing processes. Endorphins- are among the brain chemicals known as neurotransmitters, and they are necessary for achieving day-to-day relaxation.
How It Works:
  • You will feel a slight tingling sensation or slight pressure, within the first 1-3 minutes.
  • However, this tingling sensation will eventually subside and initiate a warm relaxed state.
  • Distribute your body weight evenly over this holistic mat and breathe normally.
  • We highly recommend The Lotus Healing Mat on bare skin to achieve ultimate relaxation and holistic healing.
  • *However, if the sensation is too strong, use a very thin cloth between you and the mat.
Traveling with your Lotus Healing Mat:
  • The Lotus Healing Mat is space saving and promotes easy traveling.
  • The foam is removable and can be carried easily during one’s travels.
  • Also, using The Lotus Healing Mat on your bed without the foam causes the mat to shape to your body, which is ideal,
    since the Lotus Healing Mat works best during short-long periods of rest or sleep.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat,
cure, or prevent any disease. Use in conjunction with any sensible diet and exercise program. Individual results will vary. "

Now, I do need to clarify here that I have not had time to really see any results with the Lotus Healing Mat, but perhaps I can do another update at a later time.

The Lotus Healing Mat is available in 5 colors. It comes with a 60 day satisfaction guarantee. And as I always state in posts like this one please consult your doctor if you have any questions before using. You can purchase the mat on their website for $29.95 plus shipping.

Disclosure:I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. I did receive a Lotus Healing Mat for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Lotus Healing Mat website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


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