Imagine owning a device that diminishes pain at the source.
You can use it whenever you want – even all the time. It’s completely safe.
It doesn’t use chemicals, medicine, or drugs, nor does it change anything about your mind or body. In fact, it doesn’t even go past your skin.
It’s not permanent, either – you can take it off whenever you want.
Sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, right? And if you suffer from chronic pain, then it just sounds like a dream…
But 2020 is here. And, thanks to an accidental discovery at a military research lab, so is this “pain diminisher” – which actually comes in the form of a microtech patch called Kailo.
Don’t believe me? I don’t blame you. When I first heard about it, I didn’t believe it either. But then I put it on…
Kailo is a non-invasive patch that’s embedded with billions of tiny microcapacitors. These microcapacitors work together like a bio-antenna (more on that later) to naturally relieve pain in seconds.
Using the patch is easy and safe for all ages: When you’re feeling pain, all you do is stick a Kailo to your body (somewhere between the pain and your brain). Within moments, you’ll feel the pain easing away.
Some describe a warming sensation, others say the pain gets “quiet”, but for many (including me), the pain just… diminished at a rapid pace.
I first heard about Kailo from their crowdfunding campaign. They raised a staggering $1.4 million in under 30 days – so, as a tech writer with chronic back pain, I had to try it out.
First, some important facts:
It’s difficult to put this simply, but I’ll give it a shot:
When you experience pain, 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.
Kailo’s microcapacitors communicate directly with the brain’s electrical system, telling it to “turn down the volume” of the pain signal (like a “bio-antenna”). This allows your brain to send help, reducing the pain immediately.
What’s inside Kailo?
Let’s take a look inside Kailo’s innovative, licensed technology. It was invented as a leading-edge antenna technology and in a EUREKA! moment was discovered to also help relieve pain. So what’s inside a Kailo? What makes it work?
If you’re familiar with TENS or other widely-used electric therapies, then Kailo probably doesn’t seem so strange to you (it’s similar – just easier to use, more affordable and less invasive).
When you first put on Kailo, you’ll feel relief right away… and if you’re like me, you’ll scream “WHOA, it works!” and leave it at that. But I learned a neat trick from other beta testers: even if you feel good, keep trying new placements!