I went to show it to my friend, my friend was going to Ireland that day. She has Parkinson’s so i said to her I think you need this Mojo to help you with your trip, as she was not steady on her feet at the best of times. Well I didn’t get it back as she wouldn’t take it off! She was over the moon with it, she says she feels a lot steadier on her feet, and better in herself, so I bought another one. I have Arthritis in my knees and back, and found it hard to go up and down stairs, with every step I took pain would shoot through my knees, Well I have not changed my diet at all, but I bought a Mojo, and the pain in my knees and back has 99% gone I don’t have any more trouble going up or down stairs now, thanks to my Mojo, I have now purchased another two, another one for me, and one for my other friend.

Barbara Maynard

After what I have experienced with the band today I am totally interested. When (not if) Sarah gets positive results with her horse, she will want to be able to sell directly to her clients as well. For what it is worth my understanding of the holographic technology is as follows. Our bio-electrical (vibrational) field is patterns of light/energy. Our thoughts, emotional states conscious and unconscious are all patterns within this field. Our manifest existence is a continual flow of energy from the quantum level (enlightened) of ourselves to solid reality and back again. However this optimal free flow of information, ideas, awareness (essentially, the manifest reality that is our life) is blocked by dissonant patterns (fear, aggression, confusion) both conscious and unconscious. Hence we are unhappy, and suffer. The Mojo creates a static benign pattern in our field that allows a much improved flow to take place from the quantum level to the physical and back again. As such, you could accurately describe it as a 3D portal. Forgive me for sounding so confident, but I do believe that this will prove to be a reasonably accurate model of understanding of what is actually happening. Great to meet you – and again, I am totally interested in selling such a cool breakthrough.


It has effected the right side of body hugely and has been getting gradually worse. I’ve been unable to put my socks on in the morning as I cannot bend my knee, the pain in my knee and right hip has been almost constant and I have a tremor in my right arm and leg and my right wrist and fingers have been getting stiffer by the day and are gradually feeling as though they don’t belong to me. I have been taking pain killers constantly just to get through the day and to be honest every day was a bit of a struggle. 72 hours with a MOJO on my wrist and I can’t believe how different life is. The pain in my knees and my hip is now non existent, my wrist, hand and fingers feel like they belong to me again and I haven’t taken one single pain killer since putting the band on. I cannot begin to tell you how it feels to just be able to hold a knife and fork without any pain. I can cross my legs where as I could hardly bend them before and putting my socks on is now just an everyday thing rather than a major painful task.

How it works? I don’t know. Does it work? In my case I have to say undoubtedly, yes. I simply cant believe the difference. To anybody reading this that’s sceptical, you really should try it, if it changes your life for the better by 1% its got to be worth it. For me, if it improved my pain and mobility one iota it would have been worth it, but the outcome is just incredible and I actually feel like I’ve got my life back.Thanks again for all your help and advice, I really cant put into words what a massive difference it has made to my life and its only been 3 days.

Andrew Smith

I have given one to my father who had a stroke a year ago and is now bed riden and cannot move. 10 Days after wearing the mojo the nurses (who did not know he had the mojo on) commented on how relaxed my Dad had become, This made him much easier to move. My mother also commented that Dad had started on the odd occasion moving his legs by straightening them out himself, this is something that caused him great pain. My mother stole the mojo for a day as she has had a constant pain in her thumb, after wearing it she found the pain had disappeared after years of suffering, if she took it off the pain came back, I now need another Mojo for my Dad as Mom will not take it off!!

Sue Worcester

When I was introduced to the band I had a trapped nerve in my back from lugging the piano across London. I had at least one day off work with it and the odd afternoon getting scans or seeing my remarkably uninterested GP. The problem wasn’t going away and after three weeks I was facing spending hundreds on a chiropractor and more time off work. After two days of wearing the Mojo band the pain went away. However, the most outstanding piece of evidence was when I met a lady who had been medically retired for 18 years, suffering from Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and Menieres disease (similar to having constant vertigo and motion sickness). A quick balance and strength test showed that the band immediately worked a treat. She wore it overnight to see what effects it may have and for the first time in 18 years she woke up without feeling sick or dizzy – she was in tears she was happy. I took it back and told her to get her own!

Rory Elliot

So, when I became disabled six years ago my athletic activities were, to say the least, curtailed. When I was introduced to the MOJO band I was sceptical (as I am with many things). How wrong I was! I now have better balance. I feel generally better, and – while the pain remains – I feel more ‘centred’ and able to deal with my leg problem in a much more positive way. My MOJO has not just helped physically, more importantly it has helped my confidence, and to continue to push myself to get close to the performances I used to be capable of. I returned only last week from a skiing trip and felt better than I have done for six years. I can only put this down to my MOJO band. Although I can never return to what I was capable six years ago, I do sincerely believe my MOJO has returned… perhaps not fully… but you cannot have your MOJO BAND BACK! It is mine for life.

Stuart Matthews