Besides being an investor here, I recently had shoulder surgery and is/am having pain from edema and slow healing. I modified an elbow patch for my shoulder, and the pain went from an 8 to a 4. At first I was only wearing it at night, but then it was hurting during the day, so I just kept it on all day. Now that the battery has died, I wish I had another...so Ill just see how it goes.
but another point was, I bought mine through Amazon, which I dont know why I can buy it without being approved in the US...but a family friend tried to get one through a Canadian site, but wouldnt sell it to him due to being in the USA. So he actually emailed the company and they sent him a free back patch.
So my point is, for me it worked...and second, why would a company send out free products if they didnt work. If it didnt, word would get around and people wouldnt buy it when it gets approved.
I think that the reason the price is down on low volume is that the MMs are trying to scare people out of their shares for the next run up. I plan on buying more while its cheap.
Whether, or not, the product works in 2011 is redundant. Because I can bring up several testimonials about the product, confirming people really like it. You're just another on confirming what most have already known for years, now.
You said, "I think that the reason the price is down on low volume is that the MMs are trying to scare people out of their shares for the next run up". When exactly was this "down on low volume" period you're speaking of? Are you even aware that BIEL shares traded a little over 12 cents over a year ago? I've followed this company since June of 2009, what about you? BTW, what will be the catalyst for the "next run up"? Because it sure won't be ant FDA approval, as the demand for their product is minimal.