Product Reviews

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Zebra Pit Product Reviews

Whether you’re looking for a great book to read, a way to relieve pain or even a new hobby, these posts provide an in-depth review of some of our favorite finds for people with chronic illness.

The Top Five

  1. Quercetin and MCADs – Find out how the natural supplement quercetin can help you get control of your MCAS, Allergies, Histamine Intolerance or Interstitial Cystitis
  2. Book Review: ‘Hypermobility Without Tears’ by Jeannie Di Bon – Find out why every zebra loves this movement book!
  3. See Ya, Tremors! Bye-Bye Brain Fog! – A review of Parasym Plus and how it reduced my brain fog, fatigue, tummy issues, dysautonomia and more!
  4. Fascia Treatments for EDS and Fibromyalgia  is my initial review of FasciaBlasters, a self-use tool for a massage therapy that dramatically decreases the chronic pain associated with EDS, Fibromyalgia, CRPS, neuropathy and more
  5. Book Review: ‘Mast Cells United’ by Amber Walker – A comprehensive guide to the diagnosis, treatment and current research available on this newly discovered condition that’s a major comorbid condition with hypermobility disorders like EDS and HSD.

Assistance, Mobility and Wellness Devices


  • Book Review: A Light in the Darkness A memoir of creative inspiration in chronic illness by DM sufferer and musician Lisa Sniderman, aka Aoede.
  • Book Review: Salt in My Soul – Author Mallory Smith may have lost the battle in her fight with Cystic Fibrosis, but she left behind an incredible legacy in this journal style memoir that takes us through her brief, but courageous and beautiful life.
  • Book Review: Hypermobility Without Tears – Jeannie Di Bon shares her methods and philosophies that are the Integrated Movement Method in this fantastic book for people with hypermobility.
  • Book Review: Mast Cells United – Amber Walker put together an amazing resource for people with mast cell activation syndrome in this comprehensive book about the condition!
  • Book Review: Take Daily As Needed – Kathryn Trueblood captures what life is really like in a multiple chronic illness household, dealing with aging parents and getting spread too thin when you’re the family caretaker. A must read book for every spoonie for it’s refreshing honesty about life with chronic illness.

Hobby, Entertainment & Beauty

  • The Creative Chronic Life – Features a number of suggestions for how to get your creative juices flowing to reduce pain and distract from symptoms. Includes several affordable kits and books to choose from.
  • A Fish Keeper’s Guide To the Galaxy – maintaining an aquarium can provide some fantastic benefits, from reducing anxiety and pain to providing a delightful hobby. Includes tips on how to get started along with some product recommendations.
  • Pop Sockets: Safe, Convenient, & Awareness Raising – Another great device that spares people with hypermobility, arthritis and other conditions from unnecessary hand pain.