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Desperately Seeking Aussie Lymphaciser

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by ahmo, Nov 15, 2013.

  1. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    Any of you Aussies know where I can get a Lymphaciser? I'm amazed to find it so hard to find. Starbounding website, a major distributor, seems to be inactive, and the other inquiries I've made have come to nothing. Maybe the question I should be asking is WHY it's N/A, given it's said to be the only one with the springs configured to minimize harmful/maximize helpful 'electricity' generated. cheers, ahmo
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    what is a lymphaciser ad how does it work please?
    In Aus but never heard of this
    I have a chi ancon machine - no help


    Ally
  3. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    Hi Allyson. A particular kind of rebounder. I've seen chi machines sold on same sites as Lymphacisers. It is, or was, made in NZ, so I'm perplexed that I can't find one here. Maybe gone out of business. cheers, ahmo
  4. anne_likes_red

    anne_likes_red Senior Member

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    I have one....it's about 25 years old now. Still looks and works like new. A lymphaciser was one of the first things recommended to me waaay back when first diagnosed. I used to do two minutes gentle rebounding twice per day and worked up to ten minutes. I haven't used it for a few years, since we moved house. I guess I didn't find it made enough of a real difference on it's own to make a priority of persevering with it.
    Yes the electricity aspect is important. I'm someone who always got shocks off a regular trampoline.....and from cars - even supermarket trollies on occasion LOL.
    Other PWME were using them back in the 90's too I remember. Those more severely affected were sitting on them.
    They're made so well, I'd imagine there must be a lot of second hand ones floating around.
  5. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    Thanks Anne. It looks like I've got one from ebay, from the US. Otherwise, I've not found any source, new or used, in Au/NZ. I've been using a common garage-sale rebounder for many years. This year, after a long hiatus, I've been working up to 10" also. cheers, ahmo
  6. anne_likes_red

    anne_likes_red Senior Member

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    I'm glad you've found one!
    I don't want to know what the postage on that is going to be...

    :)
  7. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    Oddly, with postage still in the same range as the one I was looking at from an Au seller (who seems to be out of business). And yes, expensive. A lifetime investment. :rolleyes:
    anne_likes_red likes this.

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