Gravity is the best, easy-to-use, drug free solution to Pain Relief

Review by Darren Yates ('Nuts')

Gravity is an award-winning, easy-to-use drug-free solution to Pain Relief.

Gravity Life for pain reliefInventor Dr Murnaghan was an expert in Chinese medicine for more than 20 years. In 2008, he had an accident which left him with a broken back. In a desperate bid to find a solution for the pain he was experiencing – Gravity was born.

This amazing therapy in a box comes in two parts and the cost is £99 and involves two separate pieces of equipment that work together to reduce pain.

It is designed to be used for 20 minutes a day. It uses your own bodyweight to gently and naturally release tension to re-align the neck, spine and, pelvis. It also takes into consideration age, wear and tear and mechanical intervention.

You can purchase the product online, or at various stores across the UK.

Here’s what we said about it on the show…

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80% say using GRAVITY reduced their levels of pain

Gravity is an award-winning, easy-to-use drug-free solution to Pain Relief
Photo: Gravity Life

Gravity is easy-to-use and gets the official thumbs up from Ginger and Nuts. It was recently awarded The Hong Kong LOHAS (Lifestyle of Health and Sustainability) Award for Best Health and Wellness Product 2018.

According to The Mirror, a host of celebrities including Niall Horan and HRH Prince Andrew are now using this Gravity for pain relief.

Dragons make a costly mistake

The Dragons’ Den panel did make a big mistake when rejecting this ‘revolutionary orthopaedic system’. The five millionaires claimed the people behind Gravity lacked medical evidence.

Gravity Life Team on Dragons Den

A year later, the Gravity Life team have all the medical research to prove that it really DOES reduces pain and they’re worth a whopping £3Million.


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Ginger and Nuts boast a 25 years’ award-winning track record in Marketing and PR. With their creative imagination and innovative approach, they have a natural ability to turn ideas into reality. Behind the mic, Darren ('Nuts') struggles with chronic anxiety.