Combined for Relief
The Janson Ear Clip is
based on the KAI TAK method of two traditional Asian treatments consisting
of acupuncture and magnetism. While acupuncture involves needles utilized
at certain acupuncture points, the Janson Ear Clip utilizes slight
pressure and magnetism at the same points as acupuncture. Wearing
the Janson Ear Clip stimulates a specific acupuncture point, thus
functioning as a specialized form of acupressure. This accomplishes
the same basic effect as acupuncture.
The Janson Ear Clip is
intended primarily for use as a form of selftreatment for various
disorders as explained further on. However,
the most significant benefit appears to be appetite suppression. Exactly
halfway up along the outer edge the ear is a point designated as "JI-KE-DIAN".
The approximate translation of the Chinese term is "Hunger-Thirst
Point". European test and experience have shown stimulation of
this point is useful in the treatment not only for overweight, but
for a number of other conditions as well. It may be appropriate to
regard this location as a general "addiction point", which
may also be very useful in the treatment of alcoholism or nicotine
dependency. In particular, the desire for high-calorie, fattening
foods such as candy and pastries is reduced. Advocates of ear acupuncture
explain the effects as a stimulation of specific centers in the brain,
caused by the stimulation of a precise location on the ear.
There are 100 acupunture
points on the ear (indeed, there could hardly be room for any more
within such a limited surface area.) The KAI TAK method uses only
seven of these points. This is because of the specially designed Janson
Ear Clip on which the method is based. The Janson Ear Clip is designed
to be placed on the outer edge of the ear with the small magnet directly
on or slightly in front of the ear lip.
In ear acupuncture, only
one ear is treated. There is a very good reason for this: the brain
consists of two hemispheres, the left half, "controlling"
the right side of the body and vice versa. This is why right-handed
persons should wear the Janson Ear Clip on the left ear, while left-handed
persons should utilize the right ear. The wearer may choose fo keep
the ear clip on for a period of several hours during the day, but
it can easily be worn throughout the day or night. If the Janson Ear
Clip is worn halfway up the ear at the "Hunger-
Thirst point", the desired effect is twofold: To reduce feeling
of hunger, while also stimulating the metablolism. It could also reduce
the urge for alcohol and tobacco.
The healing effects of
KAI TAK is in part attributable to the accupressure stimulus of the
Janson Ear Clip on the "Shang Bei" point. However, the 500-Gauss
magnetic field (the unit used to measure the strength of a magnetic
field named for the famed German matheatician Carl Friedrich Gauss)
also plays and a part. The Janson Ear Clip works very much like electroacupuncture,
which combines the acupuncture needle with an electical current source.
this is not surprising, in that the effects of the magneteic and electrmagnetic
fields are quite similar.
EARCLIPS in stock!
EARCLIPS are SOLD OUT! Also, they are NOT EVEN MADE ANYMORE... I
tried to get a dealership myself, but the producer of the Janson
Earclip has stopped production.
you for your support. There are NO MORE
EAR CLIPS AVAILABLE...
father, Kenneth Patterson was a dealer and a believer of this product.
He was brutally beaten to death in his own garage at home November
12, 2001. I, his daughter recovered the supply of these Janson Earclips
and have continued his online business venture on his behalf. I
wanted to renew his dealership with his supplier, but they are no
longer distributing this product either. This site is up for in
loving memory of my Dad until the stock in my possession is sold.
© 1998-2001 In Loving Memory For: KD Patterson