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Crystal Synergy Advances To Bring Crystal Energy To A Topical Ointment

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Dayton, Ohio / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2014 / The first product of its kind, Crystal Synergy has created a new paradigm in thinking about how pain can be relieved by treating the root causes.

History is attempting to be made by the initial success of Crystal Synergy in alleviating many types of pain. Crystal Synergy seeks to help those suffering with debilitating pain without needing to subject themselves to the side effects of prescription painkillers and OTC pain medications. Mainstream medicine is in the habit of pumping out prescriptions in lieu of treating the root cause of the problem. 

Energy Therapies such as Acupuncture, Acupressure, Homeopathy have been used for thousands of years, but until now, there was no product that actually contained these substances available to the general public.

Crystal Synergy is the first product that actually contains a very powerful combination of finely crushed Crystal and Gemstone micro particles. There has been nothing like this ever presented to the public anywhere on the planet. There is an ever present “Energy” that flows throughout the human body as an “electromagnetic field”, and this is not just speculation, but can be measured through: EKG’s, EEG’s, and MRI’s. When the flow of this energy is impeded, illness, or disease occurs. Instead of masking the symptoms with drugs, it makes much more sense to “Clear” the point of impedance, and restore the natural flow of energy.

As an all natural topically applied ointment, the crystals are deposited on the surface of the skin, and are able to use their “Vibrational Frequency Levels” to finely tune the energy flow of the body. 

Crystals and Gemstones each have unique energy frequencies, and the correct combination yields superior results. Customers have used Crystal Synergy for Osteo & Rheumatoid Arthritis, Gout, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Back Pain, Headaches, Knee & Elbow Pain, Shoulder Pain, Sports Injuries, Hip Pain, Ankle Pain, Bruises, Fibromyalgia, and many more.

This product has created quite a buzz on the Health Forums and Blogs. Customer Testimonials are pouring in highly praising the entire line of products. 

Take a look at what Dr. Evelyn Zashlen had to say: “I want to let you know much I love your bio-energy cream called Crystal Synergy. I am pleasantly surprised at how well it works on my patient’s tight and spasmed muscles. It also helped relieve headaches.”

Clara Knouse, a nurse from Findley, Ohio, suffering from a bulging disc, osteo arthritis fibromyalgia and edema in her ankles gave Crystal Synergy a try one Sunday afternoon. She said “to my amazement, the pain was gone, and even after a very lengthy walk.., the pain did not come back. I have used this product every morning for a week and have been free from pain… I will never be without this product.”

For complete information, please visit: http://www.actherapies.com

About Crystal Synergy 

Crystal Synergy is designed to balance our energy fields, easing the pain, and allowing the body to create a state of good health.

Contact Information 

Attn: Media Relations

crystalsynergy@ameritech.net 

Phone : (937) 312-1009

 

 

SOURCE: Crystal Synergy  

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