Kailo Nanotech Patch Reviews

Kailo Nanotech Patch
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About Kailo Nanotech Patch

Everywhere you turn, it seems as though there are new products and gimmicks being created to relieve pain and restore your natural energy.

The Kailo Nanotech Patch is one of the newest in the latest line of releases, funded by a crowdfunding project on Indiegogo.

But is it legit - and more importantly, does the Kailo patch really work? Here’s what you need to know about this new pain relief solution.

How Does it Work?

To date, the product has raised more than $2 million AUD on Indiegogo. It’s marketed as “the future of pain relief” and proclaims to not need batteries, touch, or ingestion in order to work. It operates via a nanotech bio-antenna that interacts with the electrical signals that naturally occur in your body to relieve pain quickly.

Here’s how it works for pain management - the instructions are relatively straightforward.  This non-transdermal technological patch is reusable, interacting with the electrical signals in your body to relieve pain. To use it, you place your Kailo patch near (but slightly above) the source of your pain. Then, you will move it away from the pain and toward your brian, following the pathway of your nervous system.

You can use the Kailo patch anywhere on your body where it will provide pain relief. It can be used for headaches or even for migraines, according to the manufacturer. Many people also use the patch for sciatica or back pain, too. Once you identify the source of your pain, you are supposed to remove the plastic on the device and place it on your skin or over lightweight clothing. The adhesive makes it possible for you to reuse the device multiple times.

Although there is a lot of so-called “science” behind the invention, there are some major concerns with how the product is marketed. For starters, as an electrical system, it would need to have a conductive pathway to the body in order to work - it must touch the body, that is. Since the Kailo Nanotech Patch does not require contact with the skin - or any kind of power source - it’s unclear how, exactly, it would work.

The Kailo Nanotech Patch also uses a unique array of nanocapacitors that are supposed to pick up on nerve signals in your skin to inhibit pain. However, these nerve signals are faint and there is no scientific evidence claiming that the nanocapacitors alone can relieve pain.

Cost and Price Plans

You will have a few purchasing options. You can buy a single Kailo bundle, which comes with a reusable Kailo, three free adhesives, and a soft carrying case, for $99 with free domestic shipping. You can also buy two and get one free for a total of $198, or $66 each with free shipping. The final option is to buy three, and get two free options. You’ll pay $59.40 each for a grand total of $297.

Competitors and Alternatives

If you are looking for a natural way to relieve your pain, you don’t have to rely on fake solutions in order to feel better. Nor do you need to start popping pills or invest in daily, expensive massages.

If you’re suffering from chronic pain, you may want to try a few solutions that are backed by science. One such option is hemp cream. Hemp is scientifically proven to help relieve all kinds of pain, from joint pain to muscle pain, and it also provides benefits for arthritis, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, and other conditions. It offers relief in mere minutes, and since it’s applied topically instead of ingested, it is a much safer alternative to pain medications.

Another way to relieve pain is to begin taking natural supplements like turmeric. Although these are not FDA-approved, they help support a healthy inflammatory response and can change the way your body responds to pain.

Acupressure is another option. You don’t have to visit an acupuncturist to see relief, either - there are mats and pillows you can purchase that are designed to reduce tension simply by lying on them for half an hour a day.

Online Customer Reviews/Complaints

Customer reviews for the Kailo Nanotech Patch are mixed. Visit Facebook, and you’ll notice that, while some customers claim things like, “immediately upon placing it on my lower back I could feel warmth and my pain decreased rapidly,” others argue that it “simply does not work.”

In fact, the Amazon reviews are split solidly down the middle, with only about half of the reviewers giving wholly positive reviews.

Customer Service

Getting in touch with customer support at the Kailo Nanotech Patch can be difficult, which is just another reason why we think this company might be a scam. You can only contact support by emailing [email protected] The product is manufactured in Silicon Slopes, Utah.

Where to Buy?

You can only buy the product from the manufacturer and from Amazon.

Is it Worth It?

So is the Kailo Nanotech Patch worth it? Probably it. While there are some positive reviews for the patch on Amazon as well as on the company’s website, there’s a good likelihood that the placebo effect comes into play when wearing this device. Unfortunately, without a lot of scientific evidence to back up this product’s efficacy, it’s most likely just a snake oil scheme and nothing else.

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April2, 2020

This product definitely does not work. Will be calling them.

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March29, 2020

without saying yes or no you have said no!! you yourself have not done nor have you had a friend do a test for you.
Secondly you recomend CBD as a good pain relieve, better then the Nano Tecn.
Do you work for the CBD Industry?? Cbd is not approved for pain. Is has never undergone any Testing for pain, what little pain relieve it does provide the Patient becomes tolerent to and you have to increase the dose. CBD increases the rates of insantiy and violent outbreaks!! It also causes your blood pressure to rise increaseing your chances of heart attack or stroke. better do research before you lift the pen with you shallow efforts on reveiw of devices.

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April 07, 2020

I don't use CBD products, although I have tried them. I don't understand this rebuttal statement. It seems to me that if the product worked as well as claimed, that you would apply your efforts towards promoting it. A direct comparison of the products mentioned might be more informative than attacking a competing product. The entire statement seems emotional at best. It undermines the reputation and legitimacy of the technology you're representing. I think I'll pass on trying your product as I would expect a professional response from a companies public relations respondent.

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