View Full Version : Jukusui Detox Footpads
26-11-2010, 05:01 PM
Hi all , as ive been looking at these over the last 2 years like shown from the things advertised and never bought them before , does anyone think thed be any good and worth it , someone else done a thread on these ages ago it seems and thought id refresh the topic of detox footpads
as ive heard alot of them would be cons , i like to think not all of them are
like the Jukusui ones shown on here , i wonder if our icke himself uses them which would be cool if he uses alot of good items for his good
yes i think there expensive but i think whats good for you is a good way to waste money even if its not really wasting money depending what money is to you when it comes to health , if i went for them i dont think id go overboard at least once a year if theres hardly any signs of toxins from the detox footpads , ive never drank or smoked in my life at the age of 30 and always drink alot of tea which i think Tea is Great for clearing out my system and good for you but perhaps these pads would go mroe further with toxins in your body , anyone got anything to say on these detox footpads , so has any advice or anything intresting to say on them ?
Thanks and Cheers Gary
26-11-2010, 05:15 PM
Hello Gary, I've used these before and have been impressed with the results, but not all foot patches are created equal I found out. You can get them from dealers in the US, but these end up being 50 cents to 2 bucks per use (which is ridiculous IMO if you want to use them nightly). I have ordered 3 batches from different Chinese dealers on ebay, but only 2 out of the 3 batches did I feel did any good. I am not sure why the other one didn't work. The US sold ones work fine, but that price!! I am frugal, so I prefer ordering 100 patches + adhesives for $18-$25 over the prices available at AVON or the health food store. Something I do notice about good Chinese ebayers (that have 100% positive feedback) is that they will give refunds immediately if you are not happy with their product. I never officially complained, but I could have if I wanted a refund. The difference was, the sets of patches I used that I liked had a vinegar-y/bamboo smell and had a brown sludgy result in the morning. I felt detoxed and my feet especially felt good. The batch I didn't like so much, instead of that dark brown sludgy effect, came out metallic/shiny gray-like colored. These were just sticky and annoying but I did not notice a real difference. I don't know what they are putting in the patches that would make them come out silver. So I think this was a bad or cheaply made batch. Hope this helps :).
29-11-2010, 11:08 PM
Hey BibleGirl nice to hear from you for the first time on the detox footpads with some of your information using them , so youve used those Jukusui ones then ?
and thats Great youve had some results and most importantly they seem to make you feel good as you probably know the con detox footpads are suppose to activate some sort of fake signs of toxins due to the sweat id gather from the feet
ive heard that putting a cabbage on your feet with cling film can be a way to act as a kind of detox footpads , it was a female teacher in college who told me about this when i mentioned detox footpads to her and she suggested that but ive not found anything online about it or videos on you tube , perhaps a rare idea to come across , it was a class based on essential oils and abit about plants i got on friday mornings last year not doing it anymore as its finished now as ive been doing abit of diffrent things at college part time each year , so this may be a Great idea the cabbage thing , certainly would be cheaper but i guess detox footpads would be way more better but ill find out BibleGirl
Thanks Gary x
02-12-2010, 09:27 PM
I have used these regularly and so have my friends with great success.I buy them from ebay and there is a seller up newcastle way that is not very expensive and the pads work very well.They produce the brown gunk by morning and in these temperatures it sure isn't sweat.
The other thing worth noting is that if you have pain anywhere put a patch on there and it will disappear. Really.
The cabbage leaf is good for sprains,pain etc..I used to use it on my horse.It needed ironing first (the leaf lol) to release the goodness then was bandaged on.Hope this helps
03-12-2010, 03:45 AM
Hey Morgs , Cheers for the Good word on them
and thats cool somehas came across the cabbage idea
although i never knew of it being done for sprains or pain as to just removing toxins but ill remember that even if i ever have a Horse someday lol which id love a Horse myself but ill think of a dog just for now before having a farm of Animals lol as i could even afford just the leg of a horse lol but its cute youve brought your Horse into this , whats it called and how come you have a horse , just a pet or does it race ?
be nice to hear back from you again Morgs , i like your name Morgs for some reason lol but theres lots of amusing names on here isnt there Morgs Bud
03-12-2010, 05:26 AM
$41.95 for a box of 20 patches from the health food store. A red and purple box is the best description, also has a foot on the box with lots of circles around the foot, like a bullseye. I just described it because I don't know if I'm allowed to name the product.
So, since I have 2 feet (LOL) I need 2 patches and that is over 4 dollars for a treatment. :eek: And you need to treat yourself probably a whole week or more. :eek: They definately aren't cheap. They do work though, and if you use them regularly, less of the toxins come out and sometimes the patch can be reused if it isn't too yucky. The first several days though, the patches can get gross. They smell like vinegar and if you don't wash your feet well, you smell like a pickle the rest of the day, LOL.
I don't use them as often as I'd like because of the cost. I'm definately going to try the cabbage thing.
03-12-2010, 05:28 AM
Oh, I wanted to add that they don't hurt at all. Some other forms of detox, like pills and vitamins, can cause stomach upset, so these are a nice change of pace. :)
03-12-2010, 11:55 AM
Hi llanfairpwll , yeah there not cheap but getting them now and them seems a fun way to detox yourself by putting them on your feet
i didnt know you could re use them if they begin to show lesser signs of toxins the more you use them , so be better re using them after another period of time where more toxins have built up , id go for a year then after using them and having the toxins cleared that id try them again , for most people i guess a good or great amount of toxins would be removed in the first go with them as people after years of living would come across them
ive never gaven the cabbage idea a go yet , i cant why it would do any harm putting a cabbage on your feet as thats all it is , but how much they work is something i dont know either , mabye some result as in seeing some crap released into the cling film would seem a way its worked till no more crap shows later from using the bits of cabbage
but if you give it ago then let me know how you get on with it , the idea of getting a cabbage in your local supermarket seems cool and handy and the best of all being cheap , if its so great an idea then more cling film as to why one would normally use it if one was to keep on doing this on there feet
i guess ironing the cabbage would just be for Morgs Horse
i dont know also if it would be best to rinse the cabbage first , any ideas anyone ?
Thanks for for post llanfairpwl , be nice to hear back from you again Bud along with Morg on this thread
19-03-2011, 03:19 AM
Hi all, I'm rather interested in trying out some Jukusui foot pads, can someone please direct me to a reliable seller on Ebay?
19-03-2011, 04:50 AM
If you put water on them will they turn dark? I mean just some pure water with no toxins in it. No contact with with feet either.
Just to test them out so to speak.
23-05-2011, 11:12 AM
Truth Juicer you sure can get them on David Ickes Health Corner of Great Health products which they sometimes pop up to click on the advertisemnt for bottom the David Icke forum screen
i guess ebay would sell alot of fake or not the real full deal of detox footpads even for the prices possibly even Jukusui ones which ive never seen the Jukusui ones on ebay but od course ebay is a Great palce to buy things but id just not be as keen on something like detox footpads on there but thats just my thoughts on that , the decision and confidence in where you buy your detox footpads even mabye Jukusi ones if they ever show up on ebay is yours Truthjuicer mate , Cheers
08-01-2012, 02:33 PM
can anyone bring anything new to this topic as its been a while since anyone has contributed to it , Many Thanks guys to everyone so far whos made a post on it