Rub on Relief – Powerful Natural Pain Reliever Creams

When you’re in pain, you want to get rid of it fast. No waiting around for pills to absorb or for smelly creams to sink in. You need relief that works the first time… every time.

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The moment the first soothing dab of Rub On Relief® cream hits your skin you’ll know it’s different… better.

painreliefrubFirst off, it doesn’t smell.

It’s not greasy. It absorbs with incredible ease. You’ll feel the ten miracle pain-relieving nutrients rushing deep down to your pain points to get rid of your pain fast.

It starts working long before you can even swallow your first pain pill. Now that’s speed relief you won’t find anywhere else.

click on the left hand banners and you will get the Fast Acting Rub on Relief Pain Relief Creams for arthritis, back pain, neck pain, muscle pain. The Pain relief Cream consist of more than ten natural herbs, chemicals, and snakes. This Pain Relief cream is the best Pain relief Cream on the world.

Rub on Relief is Different…Better!

The 10 ingredients in Rub On Relief®work together to stop any pain you may experience—with NO side effects! No other pain cream can say that!

ror3001. Menthol for Cooling Relief

Menthol is an ancient herbal medicine used by the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians to rapidly cool painful flare-ups in your muscles and tendons. It’s why when you use a menthol-containing cream you instantly feel cool relief to aching muscles.

What’s more, menthol actually tricks the body with its cooling touch. Menthol sends a cooling pleasing sensation to your brain that thwarts the stinging heat of inflammation. Menthol then acts fast to increase the blood flow by widening the blood vessels to reduce inflammation and pain.

2. Ignatia Relieves Stress Pain

Ignatia was discovered by a Jesuit missionary serving in the Philippines in the late 1600’s. This homeopath calms nerves and reduces the stress which can lead to tight shoulders, a tight neck and painful tension headaches. It relieves emotional distress, allowing your muscles to relax.

3. Magnesium Sulfate Relaxes Spasms

Perhaps there’s nothing more painful than sudden painful muscle spasms. Well there’s nothing more fast-acting at stopping muscle spasms and twitching than this vital mineral compound. It’s also been shown to reduce aching joint pain by 80%.

4. Lachesis Mutus Relieves Painful Swelling

A rare homeopathic remedy from Central and South America, Lachesis Mutus, has been prescribed for centuries as a blood thinner. This thinning quickly improves blood flow which speeds healing by removing toxins from the blood.

5. Phosphorous Stops Muscle Pain

Phosphorous is the second most abundant mineral in your body. And it relieves the burning sensation of tight, painful muscles by stopping the nerves from sending pain messages to the brain. It’s especially good at helping muscles rebound after a workout.

6. Belladonna Stops Shooting Pains

For centuries, healers have used Belladona as a powerful anesthetic for surgeries. It reduces swelling, eliminates muscle twitches, relieves nerve pain, ends muscle aches and stops shooting pains.

7. Rhus Tox Eases Stiffness

Another ancient natural remedy, Rhus Tox helps to eliminate stiffness and aches in both muscles and joints. It’s good for sprains and back aches too!

8. Naja for Calming Relief

This rare but amazingly potent homeopathic remedy from India quickly calms nerve-based pain and brings fast relief from inflammation. It’s also very effective at curing migraine headaches.

CMO rub_check Relieves Aching Joints
MSM rub_check Blocks Nerve Pain
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Belladonna rub_check Stops Shooting Pain
Magnesium Sulfate rub_check Relaxes Muscle Spasm
Phosphorous rub_check Soothes Burning Pain
Ignatia rub_check Calms Emotional Pain
Lachesis Mutus rub_check Relieves Painful Swelling
Naja rub_check Stills Nerve-based Pain

Remember, Rub On Relief® contains only natural healing ingredients and contains no chemicals, preservatives or junk that can be toxic to your body. There are NO side effects. NO stomach upset. NO adverse reactions.

It is so safe you can use it on your children or grandchildren age 12 and up. And because Rub On Relief® is a topical cream, you’re not swallowing pills that first have to pass through your stomach, kidneys and liver to get to your pain. Instead, you’re applying a soothing cream directly to any painful area on your body. The pain-relieving ingredients quickly pass through all 7 layers of skin to bring sweet relief in moments.

 

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With Rub On Relief®, there’s no reason for you or a loved one to spend another minute in pain. Because it contains all natural ingredients, it works without side effects. Because it’s easily absorbed through the skin, it works directly at the source of your pain. And because it’s backed by numerous clinical tests and studies, it works for practically everyone.

It’s time to reclaim pain-free living once again and return to all the activities you enjoy… biking, hiking, gardening, golfing, writing, tennis, swimming… the possibilities are endless.

What have you got to lose? Rub On Relief® will stop your pain and increase your mobility without dangerous side effects… plus you’re covered by my ironclad, 90-day money back guarantee. So take your first step today towards a pain-free life. Order Rub On Relief®now!

 

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Treatments for 5 types of common foot pain

Foot pain is common among a lot of people and it can affect the entire foot like toes, heel, arch and sole. Many causes of the pain can be easily treated, but in some cases surgery is required. Some of the causes and treatment of common types of foot pain are

Plantar Fasciitis

If you are suffering from foot pain in heel especially during morning hours when you wake up, chances are that you have Plantar Fasciitis. The irritating pain in foot means that the tissue band that connects the heels to the toes is inflamed.

Treatment: rest and stretching can help you handle foot pain related to Plantar Fasciitis. In some patients medication like anti-inflammatory medicine is prescribed.

Corns

Corns appear as thickened skin on your toes or side of your foot. They occur due to improper fitting shoes.

Treatment:  The foot pain caused due to corns can be relieved using shoes that are properly fitted. If you experience severe foot pain due the infection caused around corn, antibiotics are often prescribed. If you want immediate relief from foot pain, soak the foot in warm water; use a pumice stone to rub down your corn. Pumice stone is found in many drug stores.

Heel spurs

A heel spur occurs on heel bone and is a small hook. Heel spurs also occur in people suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. Consult a podiatrist if you suffer from any one of the foot pain conditions. The podiatrist can analyze your foot condition with the help of X-Ray.

Treatment: avoid using heel inserts as they contribute to foot pain that occurs due to heel spurs. Treatment ranges from physical therapy, cortisone shots to tailored orthonics.

Tendonitis

Gradually, wear and tear attacks the tendons present in your foot particularly Achilles tendon

Treatment:  in the beginning the doctors would suggest NSAIDs like ibuprofen to reduce foot pain. Sometimes physical therapy is suggested to strengthen your muscles.

Bunions

It is a common condition that affects the big toe base. It occurs when your big toe is impelled towards your second toe.

Treatment: If you observe bunion forming, shift to comfortable and wider shoes. If bunion gets severe and cause relentless pain in foot or deformity, there are chances that surgery may be required. If the doctor suggests surgery, go for a second opinion.

 

If any type of foot pain persists even after self treatment of 2 weeks, talk to podiatrist or your doctor. Also if the weight on your foot becomes unbearable, there is deformity, bruising or blood exists, it is better to see a doctor.

Looking at the symptoms you can consult the doctor as symptoms that lasts for more than 2 weeks can be a matter that needs medical attention. Your foot bears your entire body weight and takes care of your movement so do not compromise or delay foot pain treatment to avoid further complications. In case of surgeries, you can take second opinion to make sure the foot condition you are suffering from requires surgery.

Consult a podiatric physician when you have foot pain!

A number of people have to face pain and there problems related to their feet. Every year millions of people visit clinics for seeking help from the podiatric physicians to solve the problem related to their foot. If you are one of them and you have been facing pain and problem than you should not waste your valuable time and should go to a podiatric physician in order to solve the problem which you are facing recently. A number of people avoid going to a podiatric physician as most of the people think that the pain or problem which they are facing with their foot will go away on its own. If you take your feet for granted and you are doing the same as mentioned above than you should know that you are wrong. It is important to solve the problem or pain related to foot as soon as possible because if the problem is left unattended than its severity can increase.

How to know if you need a podiatric physician? 

You should know that not all the pains and aches in your feet need podiatrist’s attention. Several times a hot soak or a good foot massage can solve the problem. A number of people face foot related problem because of wrong shoe or socks. In such cases contacting a podiatric physician will be of no use to you. One can say that visiting a podiatric physician in such situation will be of no use, and it will be nothing more than wastage of money. if you are facing pain and other problem which is not fading away than you should consider seeking the help of an expert to treat the pain or problem in your foot.

Pain in the foot if increases with activity it is a sure sign that your problem needs expert consultation of podiatric physician. In case if resting your feet doesn’t relieve the pain than it is better to see a podiatric physician for getting relief from the pain ,as the pain which you are facing might be because of a fracture or any other thing which cannot be treated without right medication and care.

Foot pain because of underlying disease!

Foot Pain can also be related to various possible medical situations such as Gout, Arthritis, and also Diabetes. These may either cause foot to turn out to be stiff, minimize the full range of your foot’s motion, lead to swelling in your toes and other parts of feet, and, at the worst it can even lead to nerve damage. In case you have any kind of history of any such medical concerns, or even if you suspect about them it is suggested to consult your doctor without delay to discuss about the possible options you may have for relieving sever foot pain. If required, your doctor can even give you complete and in depth clarification of what are the causes pain, and how efficiently you can deal with foot pain.

Foot Corn Removal

The accumulation of the dead skin cells lead to corns on the foot, which causes the area to harden and thicken. These look like projections of the feet. It has a cone-shaped core with a point, which can press on a nerve below causing pain. The first step in dealing with a foot corn is to eliminate the reason the corn has developed. This often means it is time for a new pair of shoes. Wearing shoes that are too snug or that cause points of pressure and friction on the foot will eventually result in a foot corn developing. With all this pressure corns and calluses can form on your toes. Toe corns can be uncomfortable and sometimes be extremely painful. They can cause long-term problems with mobility if not treated properly.

Improper footwear is the leading cause of the development of corns and calluses on feet. Consult your doctor about the proper footwear that will take pressure off of vulnerable areas, and prevent corns from developing. Corns are caused by thickened skin much like calluses. The biggest difference is size and location. Corns are found on the toes and top sides of feet while calluses are found on the heels and balls of feet. In general, corns usually appear with thickened and sometimes horny skin, and may be dry and scaly, or in the case of soft corns (they form between the toes, usually the fourth and fifth) might be white and moist.

Infections in the treatment of corns on toes can be avoided by ever so gently scraping the affected area daily, making sure that the live skin underneath is not chafed, then using a topical disinfectant. All equipment used in corn removal must be sterilized. It is important to sterilize all equipment used in corn removal. A Pedi-egg, for instance, can accumulate a large amount of dead skin cells once used. This will cause bacteria to multiply. Today corns are treated with a variety of preparations. Some are caustic agents that are applied topically and eat into the skin layer. These ‘keracolytic’ products are only able to destroy the actual growth, so if the roots are intact the corn will mushroom again.

If you have pain in a corn, even when you do not have shoes on, you have most likely developed bursitis which is inflammation of the joint under the corn. Bursitis is often treated with an injection of anti-inflammatory into the inflamed area. Another effective alternative is to give you feet a good long soak in a basin full of warm water with a cupful of apple cider vinegar. Then do some gentle scrubbing using a pumice stone to rid your feet of all that dead skin. By reducing pressure on the affected area, corns and calluses can be prevented to re-arise. You can do this by using a corn protector or wearing more comfy shoes. Continued pressure on the area will likely bring the corn or callus back. In addition to directly treating the problem, proper foot corn removal would not be complete without some form of prevention. Get a pair of comfortable shoes that does not put pressure on problem areas on the feet.

Jimmy Foot

I’ve been a Chiropractor for seventeen years, and began using EFT on my patients with chronic pain syndromes as a last resort. The results I achieved were so startling to me that it took weeks for me to process the enormity of this wonderful technique you created.

I thought you would enjoy this story. Being a doctor, I often get phone calls at home from my friends and family with health concerns and for advice. My friend Joanna called me late one evening worried about her right foot. It started off as a slight ache in the morning, but as the day progressed it got considerably worse. She could not recall any precipitating factors or injuries that would make her foot hurt so badly. She described the foot pain as throbbing, cold, and too painful to walk on. I thought it might be an arterial obstruction, and advised her to go to the emergency room. Joanna works for the hospital and dreaded the thought of being in the ER. I then suggested we try EFT on it.

Knowing Joanna as well as I do, I was careful not to step on her “other foot” regarding her boyfriend Jimmy who she had just spent the weekend with and who often times frustrates her. I also knew that there was some anger attached to past experiences with him so I began tapping with her gingerly.

“Even though I’m angry, I deeply and completely accept myself.” Keeping it general the first round decreased the pain from a 10 to a 7. The second round was more specific. “Even though I have anger in my right foot, because I can’t express it and I have to put it some where, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.” That brought it down to a 4. Completely surprised that her foot felt warm and that the pain had decreased so much, she also was able to admit that she had been angry at Jimmy all day. So our last round went like this.

“Even though I’m mad at Jimmy and it’s in my right foot, I deeply and completely love and accept myself”. Halfway through the shortcut tapping she exclaimed “I’ve wanted to kick him in the ass all day!” We both started laughing hysterically and when we stopped laughing enough to talk she admitted that he had made her mad and she had to fight the urge all day to give him a swift kick in pants. She exclaimed that her foot pain was completely gone, it looked and felt normal again, and that the medical terminology for her mysterious foot pain was called her “Jimmy Foot!”

Rossanna Massey, D.C., EFTCert-I, EFT-ADV

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