Saturday, December 28, 2013

Zeta Touch Stone Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

You guys know that I have RA and Fibromyalgia, so whenever I see something that says it might help with either one of those, I try to get one so that I can test it out to see how much relief I get. That is why I got the above Zeta Touch Stone to review from Zeta Techbnology Group, Inc.
*Reduction of swelling, joint aches and pains
*Ideal for hand therapy and strengthening
*Perfect for traditional hot or cold and far infrared therapy
*Soothes muscle spasms and promotes increasing flexibility
*Cutting edge hand therapy product that provides natural relief from pain and stress
*Made in the USA
*FDA registered

Convenient and easy to use No skin irritation
  • Not Greasy
  • Non staining
  • No Electricity
  • Non staining

    This can be used to help treat symptoms resulting from arthritis, repetitive stress injury, stroke recovery and more.
    What the stone actually is:
    The Zeta Touch Stone – Acupressure Style is an exceptional hand therapy product, that provides pain and stress relief, and can be used to help treat symptoms of arthritis, repetitive stress injury and stroke recovery.  
    The Zeta Touch Stone – Acupressure Style is easily rolled between the users hands, and gripped alternately to provide the desired effects. Zeta Technology products are engineered to channel natural Far Infrared and other energies to the body. Zeta Technology products are safe for all ages.
    Preparing the Zeta Touch Stone FOR applications: 

    The Zeta Touch Stone does not need to be pre-heated or chilled for an effective far-infrared effect. It only needs to be in contact with the skin. However, by increasing the temperature of the disc, the far-infrared emission will be stronger.

    Cold Therapy: Place Touch Stone over ice cube for 30 seconds or longer. Touch Stones can also be chilled in freezer.

    Heat Therapy: Submerge Touch Stone in warm water at desired temperature - as warm as the user can comfortably tolerate, but no hotter. Submerge the Touch Stone for 30 seconds or longer.


    Each person reacts differently to the application of heat & cold:

    • Do not microwave, boil.
    • Do not overheat or under cool product to avoid harming the skin or tissue.
    • Do not use on open wounds or open sores.
    • In the event of skin irritation or other discomfort, discontinue use. If irritation persists, see a physician.
    • Not suitable for persons with diabetic neuropathy, heart disease or kidney infection, a history of frost bite or cold related injury, or peripheral vascular disease.
    • Heat and cold therapies should not be used by persons with any kind of metal implants. 
    Okay, here is where I wasn't sure if I should use this or not. The last statement says not to use if you have metal implants and I have had both knee's replaced so I wasn't sure if I should try this or not. To be on the safe side, I gave this Zeta Stone to my best friend who has some minor arthritis pain in her legs and she used the heat because she said it worked best for her that way.
    We both agree that cold therapy has never really done either one of us any good. But, because I didn't personally review this Zeta Stone, I can't say one way or the other how it would have worked with this stone.  I need to find out why you can't use if you have metal in your body. This took me by surprise so I am curious now as to what would happen if you did.

    They have a lot of other products besides the Zeta Stone to try for pain management but until I figure out why people with metal in their body can't use these, I guess I won't be trying anything else for now. I am still puzzled over this and hope I can get someone to explain to me what the problem is and what will it do to me.

    Okay, I dug a little deeper and found out that I can use this product because it involves my hands only, not my knees. Here is where the confusion lies. It is an FDA requirement that this warning be on the packaging because the product can be used for hot/cold therapy. The Zeta's products are used for far-infrared therapy and that is why they have to put that warning there, which is what confused me. But, the warnings do not apply to me and the use of this product for my hands. The products are absolutely safe under any circumstances.
    About Zeta Technology:
    Zeta Technology produces a range of therapy products that provide pain and stress relief. Using unique patented technology, these products channel Far-Infrared and other energies to the body, reducing pain, swelling, and surface bruising. Use Zeta therapy products to help treat arthritis, repetitive stress injury, muscular inflammation, and to provide overall stress relief.
    I am providing the link to the video testimonies since I wasn't able to give a 100% review because of the issue with my metal in my knees. This way you can listen to some others who have used the stone and see what they have to say.

    Connect with Zeta Stone Technology:

    Mailing Address:
    4607 Lakeview Canyon Rd #628
    Westlake Village, Ca 91361
    Phone: 805-277-9092
    I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


    spock7005 said...

    Hi Mary! I was curious, too, so I did some searching. It seems that in general, heat/cold therapies are contraindicated for areas of metal implants. Here's a link to a great site that explains it all: scain54(at)aol(dot)com