How often should I apply the patches?

The patches are applied and worn through the night and then discarded in the morning (single use). Normally one patch is worn each consecutive night (approx 8-10hrs) over the area affected, although more than one can be worn if required.

Testimonials

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Hi Toky, Just to let you know your product is amazing. I’ve been using it every night, and I have noticed a huge difference on my knee, Thanks

- Yusuf I, Ontario, Canada

Hello! I am writing to sing your praises!  I am not kidding.  I was first diagnosed with a Baker’s cyst approximately three months ago.  The pain became increasingly intense, so I finally made an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon.  He explained that the cyst was most likely the result from a torn meniscus and that […]

- Ms. Dale C, Georgia, United States

Hi, I have been using the patches for a bakers cyst caused by torn miniscus. The patch takes care of it but in comes back in about a week. Is it safe to use a patch a week for an indefinite amount of time? Thank you,

- Susan S, Ohio, United States

I have used the patches for a week now and am happy to say that the swelling of my bakers cyst has reduced to the point of very little pain now. I am so pleased that I will tell my consultant about the patches, and my daughter who is a holistic nutritionist. She will recommend […]

- Marianne N, Arezzo, Italy

Hi Toky,  I just received my parcel yesterday Wed Dec. 29th and after following the directions how to apply I put one on and it’s easing the pain in my shoulder. It seems that it’s working for me and I have to be careful to watch the food I am eating. I am quite please […]

- JLee-C, Calgary Alberta, Canada
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