I look forward to it almost every day. Blowing off steam from the day, winding through my favorite neighborhoods and breathing in the fresh spring air while I listen to my favorite playlist. Getting my “runner’s high” on is one of my favorite things in the world!
But recently my knee has started to hurt, and it’s sucking all the fun out of my evening runs. I’ve identified it as “runner’s knee” and I even went to see a doctor, who told me to go for shorter runs and take it easy. UGGHH, so I did. I didn’t run for 3 weeks.
When I started running again, the pain was still there. Nothing had changed. I was desperate now, because the last thing I wanted was to feel the effects of my age on my body - I just turned 45! I don't want to have to start running the 5k at fun runs instead of the 10k!
I wanted my fast, fun, hard paced evening runs back. So I started doing some research into the latest technology for pain management. I began posting on running forums, reaching out to friends, and even went so far as to email professors at top tech schools like MIT to see if they’d heard of anything new.
To my surprise, one of the professors at MIT actually emailed me back! He said my timing couldn’t be more perfect because their lab had just finished developing a “pain patch” for their athletes, specifically designed to help their women’s track team manage their pain while running so they could run harder and faster. He went on to say “the patch is 100% legal because it doesn’t use drugs, medicine, or chemicals of any kind. It instead relies solely on nanotechnology.”
Nanotechnology? Huh? I’ll explain later.
He said they called it the Kailo pain patch
and that they had recently started selling it to the public because of its wide ranging use cases for pain management outside of running, like managing painful arthritis.
He sent me a video they'd made that explains it a little better, take a look:
My Experience - Did It Actually Help My Knee?
I had to try one, and the professor agreed to ship me one for free as long as I took detailed notes on how it worked for me and sent them back for their research. Agreed!
Within a matter of days my Kailo patch
showed up in the mail and I was beyond thrilled, because the pain was bad. I couldn’t wait to try it out and see if it would help get rid of the pain in my knee so I could get back to running like I used to.
The instructions said to place it on the body between the area in pain, and the brain. So I put it on my thigh and started out with some light yoga on that hurt knee… Well, I didn’t have to wait long because within about a minute the pain in my knee was gone. I was in shock and was able to fully bend it without pain! It was like someone turned off the “pain light switch” in my body.
So then I decided to put the patch to the real test and go for a long run with it on. It may have gotten rid of the pain with me just standing there doing yoga around the living room, but there’s no way it could get rid of the pain in my knee while I run… right? Wrong! I went for a 5 mile run that evening and felt like a freakin’ cyborg! No pain in my knee whatsoever! “How is this possible?!” I thought.
The Science Behind The Kailo Pain Patch?
is a non-invasive patch that uses billions of tiny nanocapacitors to naturally turn off your body’s pain signals without chemicals, medicine, or drugs
- like a light switch. It can be put on over your clothes or on your skin, doesn’t matter as long as it can sense your body’s electrical signals, kind of like a “bio-antenna.”
When you experience pain - like shin splints for example - it’s typically the result of electrical signals being sent from the location of the pain to your brain. The worse the pain, the stronger the signal.
If you stick Kailo
on your body between your shin splints and your brain - on the thigh let’s say - Kailo’s nanocapacitors will intercept these signals and communicate directly with the brain’s electrical system, telling it to “turn off” your pain like a light switch – providing natural relief, anywhere on your body, in seconds. Then you can go for a run and actually ENJOY IT without worrying about any pain!
Sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, right? Unless you suffer from chronic pain, then it just sounds like a dream…
What’s In The Kailo Patch That Makes It Work?
This non-conductive layer is made from a special kind of synthetic polymer that works as a base for the particle mixture. The laminate helps to protect the particles from friction and water damage.
This is the layer that interacts with the body’s electrical system. It contains billions of charged nanocapacitors that work as an antenna, assisting the body in clear communication and reducing the signals that cause pain.
The nanoparticles are flood coated with a patented substrate that holds everything in place to create a dust-free and water-tight seal.
With Over 20,000 Sold, It’s Clear This Isn’t Just For Runners
Since they started selling the Kailo pain patch early this year, they’ve sold over 20,000 of them, and many of them went to people who aren’t runners. One senior citizen said she used it to take her severe rheumatoid arthritis from “pain level 9 to pain level 1.” Kailo can be used for bad backs, migraines, and even menstrual cramps! It has so many applications for anyone who’s experiencing pain. But so far it seems like it’s helping athletes in all walks of life perform at a higher level.
How Can I Get One?
Kailo has just recently been released to the public, and the demand for this product has been through the roof
. In the first month they sold over 20,000 of them! As of this writing you can only get them on their website HERE
, and they gave me a special discount code for readers of this site to get $21 off your purchase
. Just click the button below go check availability and apply the $21 discount. And the best part is they have a 30-day, no questions asked money back guarantee
. So if for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied with your Kailo patch, you can easily return it, hassle-free!