Acupuncture's origins date back to 100 B.C where Chinese practitioners used sharpened stones called "plen" to treat a wide range of illnesses. (People have been relying on this relief method for a long time.)
More popular today than ever, patients regularly seek out acupuncture and acupressure treatment for bodily pain, headaches, insomnia, nausea... the list goes on and on.
The problem? These treatments often require scheduling many appointments with expensive specialists. Finding an acupuncturist you actually trust is another challenge entirely.
We wanted a natural, acupressure solution — for our own aches and pains — we could use when we want, in the comfort of our homes. Pay once, have acupressure treatment for life.
We've accomplished this with our Kanjo Acupressure Mat. We'd love for you to join in the relief with us.
Our acupressure mat works in somewhat... mysterious... ways.
Lying on the mat's stimulators (pointy plastic spikes) might be slightly uncomfortable at first. But it's not long before your body starts to adjust.
Many feel a wave of warmth, pulsing in and out at once. And while this sensation has a clear pain relieving effect on the neck, back and shoulders... it also provides a remarkable sense of relaxation.
Stress, headaches, tension... they just, sort of... melt away...
Really, it's hard to explain. You have to try yourself. (Ask one of the tens of thousands of Kanjo Mat users — they'll know what you're talking about.)
Try the Kanjo Mat yourself. Join the club! Let us know what it feels like for you!
For hundreds of years, this salt has been used to treat ailments, such as constipation, insomnia, and fibromyalgia. Despite its name, Epsom salt is a completely different compound than table salt. It was most likely termed “salt” because of its chemical structure. When Epsom salt is dissolved in water, it releases magnesium and sulfate ions.
All Kanjo Acupressure Mats are FSA/ HSA eligible. Simply use your FSA or HSA debit card at checkout.
Our Acupressure Mat offers relief in many forms. Here are just a few: