Sunday, October 21, 2012

Noxicare Pain Relief Cream Review & Giveaway **Closed**




I got to review a new kind of pain relief cream that is so very different from other creams or gels in that it does not burn your skin when you put it on! I got a tube of Noxicare Natural Pain Relief Cream to review along with a very nice white cotton tee that you will see later on in the article.

 
I can tell you another reason why I liked it so much was because it also does not have that strong medicine smell! Gosh, everybody in the whole room could smell you and knew exactly what you had on. I don't miss those days at all! But, mostly, I hated that burning feeling and then if you accidently rubbed your eyes, oh my goodness, it really does hurt! I also don't mind not having to worry about touching any part of my body to the spot that had the gel on it because then the burning would be on the other leg or arm!

These are the ingrediants that are in this great pain relief that will help you with natural pain relief:

**Ginger

**Willow Bark

**Tumeric

**Rosemary Extract

**Holy Basil

**Boswellia Extract

**Alpha Lipoic Acids

All of those herbs play an important role in making this great cream work but the one that is the most powerful is the Tumeric. I have heard in the past that it has an effect on inflammation so I cook with it quite often like in spaghetti sauces, chili and veggie soups. I mostly put it in anything I cook that has alot of tomatoes in the recipe to help cut the acidity level down. Of course, I probably still don't eat enough of it in my diet or else I still would not be having such a rough patch with my RA flaring up along with the Fibromyalgia.

Ginger acts the same way but goes just a little bit further. It is suppose to help with nausea and with your digestive tract in removing gas from your intestional tract. The only problem with me taking Ginger is that it is also spicey and that would make my IC (chronic bladder pain) act up, so I keep hoping someone somewhere will come forward and say yes, it really does work because I tried it! I wish I could afford to be a guinea pig, but I got too much going on to be a test subject for anyone. But, I will keep my fingers crossed that this really does help.

You can also check out real people and their testimonies on using the Noxicare Pain Relief Cream by checking out the link I provided if you need more assurance than what I am saying. I also found out that you could get them in capsules if you don't care for creams. They are out of stock right now so if you want to try the capsules, just keep checking back with them.

I took a small part of their insight on Noxicare Pain Relief and here is what I found out about some of the herbs and spices used in Noxicare:

Turmeric

One of the most powerful natural pain relievers known to exist; recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric is a powerful herb in the ginger family that contains curcumin as its active ingredient. Curcumin provides the health benefits of turmeric and turmeric extract, useful as an anti-inflammatory agent and as an antioxidant. Studies have shown that turmeric may help reduce the pain and irritation experienced by patients with irritable bowel syndrome and its anti-inflammatory properties help to naturally relieve pain associated with arthritis by reducing inflammation in the joints.

Willow Bark

Has been used for natural pain relief and inflammation since the time of Ancient Egypt and Greece. The use of willow bark dates back thousands of years when patients chewed on the bark to reduce fever and inflammation. Willow bark continues to be used today for the treatment of pain (particularly low back pain, tension headaches and osteoarthritis), and inflammatory conditions such as bursitis and tendinitis.

Ginger

Helps relieve muscle pains, arthritis and rheumatism, and is a catalyst for improving the effectiveness of other herbs. Ginger is an effective anti-inflammatory agent used for thousands of years to alleviate arthritis, headaches, rheumatism and sore throat, while also naturally relieving muscle strains and knee pains experienced by athletes. The medicinal part of ginger is the rhizome, an underground stem that most people refer to as the root. Western herbalists classify ginger as a carminative, which settles the intestine and eases pain by removing gas from the digestive tract. This versatile and useful herb also serves as a catalyst for improving the effectiveness of other natural pain relieving herbs found in Noxicare™. 
 
There are 4 other herbs/spices in Noxicare and it would really be beneficial for you to learn about them and what they do. I find it very fascinating when we can use everyday products to make ourselves feel better or look better. It would be worth investigating anyway!
 
Connect with Noxicare Pain Relief Cream by several ways:

Mailing Address:
Truceuticals®
5530 Wisconsin Avenue
Suite 1550
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Corporate office: (240) 391-0155
Noxicare questions or to re-order: 877-NOXICARE (877-669-4227)

Noxicare has been kind enough to offer (2) winners the same exact tube of Noxicare Natural Pain Relief Cream and tshirt that I got to review. Open to the U.S. only.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

5 comments:

Catie said...

My sister-in-law could definitely use this! She suffered a knee injury last year at work, and is currently off on disability. This would be great for her when she is having a flare-up.

Devona Fryer said...

My husband and I both need it. We live with Chronic Pain every single day!

Carolyn Colley said...

Me, I suffer from neuropathy & fibromyalgia both
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Chelsea said...

My mom could probably use this.

Paula L. said...

That would most definitely be me.

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