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Unfortunately there are many unscrupulous companies out there that sell either counterfeit items or products that have no health benefits whatsoever. Many have bogus claims, and usually lack any sort of scientifc evidence to back up these claims.Ionic Balance bands are different to other silicone bracelets.
Came across these tourmaline 'ionic balance' wriststraps on Facebook. http://www.ionic-balance.com/technology/tourmaline.htmlCan they really make these wild claims? Theres a lot of shocking bad science here. People are paying £23 for a rubber wristband with a bit of mineral in it. Power of placebo? Is there actually any real scientific study backing up this snake-oil sales pitch?