Back in the nineties there was a new craze around the world called Rayma Balance Bracelet. These bracelets styled in gold and silver plated finish, provided not only proclaimed health benefits but also a stylish trendy look. With over 15 million bracelet sold worldwide, the bracelets were most popular with the U.S. golf market.
And now more than 10 years later, two near bracelets are being promoted for their balance properties. The Power Balance and the IRenew bracelets can be found on TV and in many retailers. The Power Balance is a cylicone bracelet with two electrically charged disc on polar ends to each other and IRenew is an adjustable simple bracelet.
Compared to the Rayma Bracelet, the styling of gold or silver plated bracelets with the trademark spheres on the end just make a better looking piece of jewelry. The only drawback to the Rayma Balance Bracelet is it cannot be worn doing most athletic play.
Below is some information that I found about the Rayma Balanced Bracelets. www.raymabracelet.com has these power balance bracelets available starting at $19.95 to $39.95. So if you are looking for a power balance bracelet that is a little more stylish then you should look at the Rayma Balance Bracelet.
The human body is made up of billions of cells, which form organs and tissue, each of which is characterized by a certain excitation frequency, known as its “resonant frequency.” When pain develops in the body, it is believed that it is caused by static energy. Therefore, the natural electromagnetic energy flow is being impaired and the ions in the body become out of balance.
Scientist Heinrich R. Hertz first discovered this “resonant frequency” in 1887. The Rayma Research Department has continued Hertz’s work, focusing on its action upon accumulated static electricity and ionic equilibrium. The Rayma Research Department has found that it has an effect on various afflictions and or bio-energy imbalances of the body’s organism. Under a strict scientific process, a precise electrical charge is applied to the bracelet. This electrical charge creates a passive-energy resonator, providing the wearer with possible therapeutic effects in aching muscles, joints and their general well being. With the Rayma Bracelet, the body will maintain balance in its natural energy pathways.
By the principle of self-induction, the induced current has the opposite charge to the inducing current, so that the field produced by the induced current (in the case on the bracelet) tends to oppose the inducing or harmful current. An induction effect is set up between the organism and the bracelet. The organism induces certain energy onto the bracelet; if this energy is in the frequency band of the bracelet then the bracelet starts resonating, generating energy of opposite charge to that produced by the organic affliction.