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Dear Friends and Vibrant Readers,
I've come across a product that has blown me away. It's potential impact on women's health (and men's) is very exciting and far-reaching, so I feel a strong responsibility to share it with you.
Winalite's flagship product is the Love Moon Sanitary Napkin. Besides providing the obvious function of absorption during a woman's menstrual cycle--and better because of higher absorbency--it enhances physical health and mental well-being by emitting negative ions (anions) during use.
Ions are electrically charged atoms that can carry either a positive or negative charge. Negatively-charged atoms (anions) are required to sustain life. They have strong absorption capabilities, removing micro-particles in the air. Anions in the air are as important as vitamins in food! When anions are low or missing, body chemistry changes leading to fatigue, pain, and a host of other symptoms.
After many years of research, Winalite International successfully integrated an "anionic strip" into sanitary pads. Negative ions are released by the friction of wearing the pads or moisture. The anions may help reduce odors, general stress, and enhance metabolism and hormonal balance.
The anion-enhanced pads have also been scientifically documented to help the respiratory system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, and the immune system.
These features put these unique pads head and shoulders above other name brands, and does it in the same price range! Winalite's Love Moon pads have seven layers including the anion strip and a unique absorbent material that holds and isolates twice as much fluid as leading brands.
I can't say enough about these pads! I've been using them now for a month, and they are simply wonderful. I hope you'll check them out. I am especially interested in seeing young women using these for the long-term health benefits. Read our featured article this month, "Toxic Tampons," and you'll get your eyes opened about this under-reported and extreme health risk.
A man's viewpoint on Love Moon pads...
The Love Moon pads, because of their unique negative-ion generating anionic strip, can be used by men, too. The panty liners can be used in shoes to keep the feet fresh and comfortable, put one in the underwear for genital health--protecting against funguses and urinary symptoms, for genital itching, and for destressing the prostate.
Beyond that, with healthier, happier women in the world, it makes the world a healthier and happier place for men! --Boyd Martin
So, I urge you to check out this important product for women's (and men's) health. Find out how you can get a free package of Love Moon pads to try for yourself!
Until next time...
In vibrant health,
"Whether you think you can or think you can't--you are right." -- Henry Ford
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