I had my gallbladder removed 23 years ago. For the last five years, I was having pain in my gallbladder incision area, right side, and right back area. After eating anything, the food felt like it was stuck at the beginning of the incision area, causing pain. I didn’t know what to do to relieve it! Punching hard on the area worked, so I did just that. Well it did relieve the pain. It seemed to push the food through.
I searched out many different healing avenues, but none worked! I finally went to a surgeon who told me I had adhesions, which he couldn’t operate on because they would only grow back. So I continued punching myself. Now, how do you punch yourself without looking like you really don’t like yourself or that you’re just plain NUTS? I had to explain or suffer without the punching until I could get with people that knew my condition.
I placed the Infratonic on the painful area for 40 minutes for one month. I no longer have to punch myself to move the food through the incision area. I have no pain, no feeling like my food is stuck in any area of the body. The adhesions are gone! What a relief!
-Adele Breeden (Salt Lake City, UT)