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Tylenol Doesn’t Work

April 13, 2021by ResonaHealth0

When it comes to back pain that is, but you already knew that right ? Well now the largest study ever done for pain relief proves it. Tylenol is just one brand name of many for the most common pain medicine in the world called paracetamol.

The largest review of paracetamol for pain relief, led by University of Sydney, Australia, has found only four conditions where it was shown to relieve pain. The evidence for lower back pain is that it provides no better outcomes than placebo.

The recommended maximum daily dose for an adult is three to four grams. Higher doses may lead to toxicity, including liver failure. Paracetamol poisoning is the foremost cause of acute liver failure in the Western world, and accounts for most drug overdoses in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.

3000 people a year die in the United States from Tylenol overdose.

Resonance Frequency Therapy for Back Pain is a drug free alternative for back pain.

Resonance Frequency Therapy uses safe magnetic fields (PEMF) which contain pairs of frequencies that are delivered in a specific sequence for a few minutes at a time and then the protocol moves to another pair. Each of these pairs run for roughly 2-4 minutes. This is contained in the program and there is nothing for you to do except play the protocol on your phone, tablet, or computer.

The protocol delivers frequency pairs. The first frequency pair targets torn (A) in the ligaments (B). The second frequency pair targets inflammation (A) in the nerves (B). Then we move to inflammation (A) in the cartilage (B). Then we stick with reducing inflammation in several other areas: bone, periosteum, joint capsule, and once again inflammation in the nerves to close out the initial inflammation part of the therapy.

Then the protocol moves to torn (A) disk parts (B) in two different disk types/locations. Next is inflammation in the disc parts in three separate types/locations. The removal of calcium deposits or hardening in the joint capsule, periosteum, and fascia. Next is scar removal in the joint capsule, nerves, and fascia followed by increase secretions in the facia. We finish with three more frequency pairs that promote vitality in the spine, disc parts, and periosteum.

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