Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Ceragem Master Massage


Have you tried or heard Ceragym Massage? One of my officemate talked about this new kind of massage. One of her friend was testifying that this is very helpful and have many benefits for our body. So she really tried this yesterday! And the result is very relaxing and she only pay very cheap for one session good for 45 minutes. I want to try too.LOL! This is good for my back I guess. I have now searched about this equipment.

Here’s the complete information about Ceragem:
Information : electrobeauty.com

Ceragem Master is a therapeutic/massaging bed, that is based on the principles of oriental science. It combines main techniques of eastern medicine:
1. Massage
2. Acupressure
3. Acupuncture effect
4. Heat (moxibustion effect)
5. Far-infrared rays
6. Jade effect

Ceregem Master uses projectors that consists of two different kinds of light; far-infrared, and helium. The projector produces heat, and far-infrared rays. Both are essential in healing process, and especially in detoxification process. Going back to principles of oriental medicine, clean blood, and proper blood circulation are essential for our well-being. Heat, and far-infrared rays literally wash the cholesterol, and blood lumps out of our vain, by first dissolving it. Ceragem Master also helps generate blood from the marrow, which is important, especially for those whose immune systems are weak. In addition, far-infrared rays have very important ability to shrink down the tissue. If there is any infection, or inflammation in our system, far-infrared rays have been named “21st century medicine”, for helping our bodies heal without being non-invasive, and without any side effects.

Helium light also help strengthen our immune system by strengthen our white blood cell and also helps produce interferon. Also, the reason it is part of Ceragem Master is that helium helps far-infrared rays go deeper inside our bodies. As a concept, the combination of far-infrared, and helium has been invented by German scientists, and incorporation in oriental medicine.

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