Restless Legs Syndrome
I would like to comment on your RLS section. I have heard of the soap, known many, many people who have seriously tried it, and it has not done a thing for us. I am talking about a support group of over 1200 people that have been together since 1998 on yahoo groups. I AM a strong believer in the placebo effect, and at least the soap will make your sheets smell clean! The problem that I have with your statements is that you are lumping leg cramps and charlie horses and RLS together. IT is not true, and you should do a little more research about it. RLS is neurological, and leg cramps are a totally diffrent thing. I hate when there is misinformation out there. The soap is for LEG CRAMPS, if at all, and RLS has not a thing to do with leg cramps. RLS is the strong urge to move when at rest, not a muscle cramping up into a ball like Grandpa's charlie horses. I moderate over 2,000 people in several groups. I live and breathe RLS, and mine is very severe. Yes, I tried the soap when I was desperate
years ago. YOU make it sound as if it will just take everyone's RLS away, and that is just not so! I have hundreds of very passionate people and doctors looking for RLS answers, and this is not the place to get them.
Get your info straight please. It is rather insulting after all the work we have done for you to intimate that soap is a cure for a very debilitating condition that costs people their jobs, relationships, and is generally a living nightmare in most cases.
LIke I said, the placebo effect can be a very strong thing, and there is nothing wrong with that, but your info on RLS facts is just not correct, and you are making a common mistake witn the leg cramps reference.
I DO want to say however, that you have some great ideas here, just not happy about the RLS section.