Jeju Island: Reaping the Benefits of Mantis Stem Cell Therapy
Once you’ve gotten the taste for traveling, you will keep coming back for more: more adventures, higher peaks, deeper waters, lusher landscapes, as far as your passport and body can take you.
That’s the thing though, you may have the money, you may have the will, but as you age, your body may not always have the ability to keep up where your mind takes you.
What travel has taught me: the amount of investment I place on the experience parallels the amount of investment I must place on my health.
You must realize, experiences of every kind cost time, money & effort. So it only makes sense to milk all you can from it to its fullest potential. To do that – you need to be strong and agile.
You need to be physically capable for multiple activities, eating one too many “I’m on vacation meals,” warped time zones, early days, late nights and whatever else you wanna throw in to that list.
While traveling may be expensive, so is treating an illness.
And as I’ve gotten older, especially after my brother passing away so suddenly, I’ve given so much more emphasis on taking care of my health.
It’s been a year now since I started sharing with you via social media, the impressive results I’ve experienced since doing the Mantis Stem Cell Therapy at Amy Patdu Medical Clinic in Alabang (also Fort BGC).
Let me share just some of the changes I’ve noticed overall:
1. After one treatment, I went on a month-long strenuous trip all around Turkey in April 2016.
Surprisingly never woke or ended the day with any body aches despite the many ancient unpaved ruins we hiked.
I didn’t realize it until I got back where I had this a-ha moment, “oh shit, I actually didn’t feel any pain this trip!”
2. After about 4-5 sessions, my sleep was much deeper and waking up has gotten so much easier.
Highly nocturnal, I have a bad case of insomnia. So it was absolute bliss to finally experience a “good night’s rest.”
3. It had been 10years of dealing with an irregular menstrual cycle. However, after just 4 months of 2-3 sessions a week, I noticed my period slowly but surely came back. Then as of this month, I am happy to announce I am completely regular! Definitely did not see that coming!
This means my hormones have stabilized, which is so vital for balancing our moods, fighting the aging process, regulating the metabolism and so much more.
4. I could barely last a couple of hours wearing 5-inch stilettos without giving up in spasms and pain with numb toes.
Amazingly, I hosted an event in said heels for, I kid you not – 9 hrs with only sitting down twice! Of course my feet were sore in the end but it was the fact that I lasted that long with enough energy to spare was nothing short of amazing.
5. Relatedly, the muscle pain recovery period from wearing heels, which also hurts your back and other activities while traveling such as hiking, biking, hours of walking and lugging baggage from one train to another, has been impressively quick.
Literally bouncing back with a lot of energy daily easily.
6. Food coma is the worst!
When you eat so much junk, your body crashes so hard. Imagine what alcohol and drugs do to your body.
Sugars, bad carbs, MSG and preservatives are easily accessible and consumed daily. These are actual poisons to our body but eversince the treatment, my body doesn’t take the fall as hard as it used to. Just like with pain recovery, recovering from bad food/drink choices have been more manageable.
Given that the Mantis reboots the internal mechanism of our body through electromagnetic therapy, I am sure it has also done so much within my body that I am not aware of. I am only noticing the external effects.
This episode you’ll see & learn:
1. Me during treatment
2. Explains exactly how the Mantis works
3. Who can benefit from this
4. Why it is safe, all-natural, non-invasive and ESSENTIAL for optimum quality of life!
5. While showing the absolute beauty of South Korea’s vacation destination for its celebrities, Jeju Island.
I sound like an ad, haha, but I am really just an overjoyed customer!
This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks!
Today’s episode proves that for someone like me who doesn’t exercise at all, I am able to excel and thrive at strenuous activities (while filming for this vlog)!
Making every trip even more meaningful, exciting and are ticking-off-bucketlist kind of experiences.
My tired face after reaching the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak and relishing the breathtaking view of Jeju Island despite the cloudy day!!
Blushy cheeks courtesy of adrenaline and amazement!
Since our bodies are not the same and we live different lifestyles, the effects of the treatment, I presume will vary as well.
To give you a background, I live a relatively clean lifestyle: vegetarian, occasionally vegan, no drugs, alcohol or cigarettes.
The only thing I lack in the name of healthy living is I don’t exercise. I try to make up for it by eating clean and exerting myself activity-wise when traveling.
I did not have any expectations because to be honest, I’ve tried one too many treatments from other clinics that were just alright.
However the benefits I experienced from the Mantis really took me by surprise because they weren’t instant until I became a believer. So much so I would rearrange my schedule to make time for it twice a week.
Even my mom shared how her arm pain disappeared after just one treatment. So I encourage her to continue because maintenance is key to a long healthy life.
Find out more about the Mantis from Amy Patdu Medical Clinic:
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Love, light and good health,
Location: Jeju Island, South Korea
Disclaimer: This is not a paid ad. I am just so surprisingly overjoyed for having discovered such a treatment that I cannot stop talking about. I truly want everyone to have an improved quality of life as the Mantis has done for me.
I cannot promise you will reap the same benefits as I have as I am only sharing my own account. Effects vary per person. All info support is in the video.
Also, since my brother passed away last January, I admittedly had lost the will to go back but I felt the difference since discontinuing. So I’ve slowly returned to try and get back into the groove of my normal routine again.