Allay Patch – Pain Free Relief from Cramping

The HotMama received a curious little box from BioElectronics.  A “patch” that promised to relieve monthly cramping without drugs.  Instead the patch uses electromagnetic therapy to reduce swelling, pain and discomfort.  We decided to try it out.  The patch comes in a discrete little pouch.  A disposable cotton covering holds the electromagnetic device.  You then place the patch against your stomach – you pretty much have to slip it into your underwear – and the pulses work on reduce swelling and cramping.  The pouches are disposable so you don’t have to worry about re-using them.  All in all it sounds great.  But does it work?

Based on a totally unscientific trial, this user says yes.  True my cramping isn’t so bad that I feel like I need to sit out from activities for a few days every month, but I usually do pop a motrin or two.  Well wearing the ‘device’ felt nice.  Nice enough that I wasn’t tempted to unscrew the medicine bottle.

According to company literature, multiple studies prove the efficacy and safety, etc, etc.  As we said, our unscientific study proved the same thing.  So if you’re looking for a non-drug method to beat PMS try the Allay Patch. You can find out more on their website:

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