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Side Effects & Adverse Reactions
Patients should be instructed to strictly adhere to the recommended dosage and administration guidelines set forth in this literature and on your prescription label.
- Accidental Exposure in Children: the potential exists for a small child or a pet to suffer adverse effects from chewing or ingesting a new or used Pallerix biofrequency chip. It is important for patients to store and dispose of Pallerix biofrequency chips out of the reach of children and pets.
- For external use only.
- Although the Pallerix biofrequency chip contains low frequency waves, it has not been studied with a cardiac pacemaker or defibrillator. Consultation with the attending cardiologist is recommended for patients with implanted electrical devices.
- The Pallerix biofrequency chip should be removed prior to any imaging procedures (e.g. CT scan, MRI, X-ray etc.).
- The Pallerix biofrequency chip should not be used if there are mental or physical conditions that may preclude compliance with physician instructions.
- When traveling by air, do not wear the Pallerix biofrequency chip when passing through passenger screening devices or the biofrequency chip could be damaged.
- Application to broken or inflamed skin, although not tested, may result in higher blood concentrations from increased absorption. Pallerix is only recommended for use on intact skin.
- The contact of Pallerix biofrequency chips with eyes, although not studied, should be avoided based on the findings of severe eye irritations with the use of similar products in animals. If eye contact occurs, immediately wash out the eye with water or saline.
The safety of Pallerix biofrequency chip has not been established during pregnancy.
The most common adverse reactions are application site reactions, including dermatitis, itching or scaling. These tend to be dose-limiting and diminish with time.
There have been no reports of over-dosage with Pallerix biofrequency chip. Signs of overdosage could include vomiting, drowsiness, coma, respiratory depression, and seizures. In the case of an overdosage, discontinue the product immediately, treat the patient symptomatically, and institute supportive measures.
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Pallerix medicated biofrequency chip is used to assist patients greater than 12 years in age in the treatment of mild to moderate acute or chronic aches, muscle or joint pain. Two Pallerix biofrequency chips should be administered to the site of discomfort every 12 hours or twice a day. Muscle or joint pain can be due to musculoligamentous strains, simple backache, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, peripheral neuropathies or post herpetic neuralgia, and other complex regional pains.
Remain hydrated: The Pallerix biofrequency chip performs optimally when the body is adequately hydrated and contains normal levels of electrolytes such as calcium, sodium, potassium, and magnesium. On average men need 3.7 liters and women need 2.7 liters of fluids per day to remain properly hydrated.
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Pallerix is a topical dosage form containing 30 medicated biofrequency chips (2 disc-shaped chips on individually wrapped sterile cards X 15 per box of 30). Pallerix (Menthol 5%/Capsaicin 0.0375%) is comprised of an adhesive material containing Menthol and Capsaicin which is applied to a biofrequency chip backing and secured on an application card. Two biofrequency chips are removed from the application card and applied to the skin. The card is discarded after removing the biofrequency chips. The size of each copper colored medicated biofrequency chip is 1.18 X 2.36 inches (3 cm X 6 cm). Menthol is present in a 5% concentration. Menthol is chemically designated as 2-Isopropyl-5-methylcyclohexanol. It is colorless, hexagonal crystals, usually needle-like; fused masses or crystalline powder with a pleasant, peppermint-like odor. It has a melting point between 31°C to 36° C. Capsaicin is present in a 0.0375% concentration. Capsaicin is chemically designated as (6E)-N-(4-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzyl)-8-methyl-6-nonenamide. It is crystalline white powder. It has a melting point of 65° C. It also contains the following inactive ingredients: Polyester-7, Aluminum Acetate, Ethyl Cyanoacrylate, Paraffin, and Propylene Glycol
The disc-shaped biofrequency chip dosage form is programed with bioactive frequencies using longitudinal electromagnetic (scalar) waves that complement the active ingredients menthol and capsaicin.