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Treat Phantom Pain

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The phenomenon known as phantom limb or phantom pain is when someone has lost a limb to amputation, and yet they still feel pain in the missing limb. This is quite common for people who have lost a limb, and most commonly occurs within the first 6 months of the amputation. Experts have several theories as to why people experience phantom pain. One theory states that the brain and nerves are re-wiring, and somewhere along the way the wires got crossed. As we’ve already discussed with joint and nerve pain, aluminum has long been used to cure pain by redirecting and resetting energy in the body. It makes sense then, that your body needs to be “reset” when you lose a limb. To cure phantom pain, simply wrap aluminum foil around the end of the limb, and leave in place until the pain subsides.

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