Thursday, August 6, 2015

OxyRub® Pain Relief Cream from Healthy Directions & Developed by one of the world's most renowned pain specialists - Dr. Joseph Pergolizzi

Review: I've lived with pain, particularly back pain, for years and have taken a variety of over-the-counter and prescription medicines to achieve relief. Sometimes it is really hard to get that relief.

My usual method of dealing with pain is to try topical methods before consuming pills. This usually works for mild pain or discomfort. Then I progress to low dosage OTC pills. And then if it is truly impeding my ability to function, I resort to prescriptions. Prescriptions are really hard on my system so I avoid them as much as possible.

When given the opportunity to try OxyRub® I was very interested because it promotes that this provides pain relief that seems to work better than most rub in pain relief creams.  I love this information taken directly from their website.....
OxyRub's secret lies in a patented blend of menthol, emollients, and oxygenated essential oil in a soothing, non-greasy cream that's absorbed into the skin with NO burning or irritation!
Clinical studies prove OxyRub has twice the pain-fighting power
In a double-blind, randomized, controlled head-to-head study, OxyRub was put to the test against a leading, mainstream menthol-only cream. After eight days, users reported their acute pain decreased by an impressive 27.8% compared to just 13.7% in the menthol-only group. That's more than double the effectiveness of the mainstream pain cream!
I used the OxyRub® Pain Relief Cream on knees, back, and shoulders. I was totally amazed that the scent of this menthol based cream was not overbearing and the little scent it did have dissipated in a few minutes. A real plus when you need to apply the cream and go out 'n about and don't want to smell like you've been dipped in menthol.

Next, I found that it helped me in that the mild pain and discomfort of knee, shoulder, and back pain was relieved and in a short time. When this episode was in full-bloom, I used the cream several times during the day achieving relief.

I did have an episode of more sever back pain to occur and tried the cream. It did not get deep enough for this and I had to take some pills to get to it. But the OxyRub® Pain Relief Cream was my first step in achieving relief.

I can recommend this as a product to use for pain relief that is not unpleasant to use and will provide some measure of relief. Dr. Pergnolizzi's OxyRub® Pain Relief Cream seems to me to be a quality product.

About the Product (provided by manufacturer: OxyRub® pain relief cream rubs away pain—right on contact!

OxyRub® works within minutes to:
  • Dissolve arthritis pain in knees, hips, fingers, and wrists
  • Relieve tense, painful back, leg, and neck muscles
  • Cool and soothe stubborn bursitis pain
  • Take the throbs out of bumps, sprains, and bruises
Pain is the single most common reason that patients seek medical care—and yet, there have been shockingly few truly effective solutions. NOT ANYMORE. Now, not even the worst chronic pain can stand up to the pain-relieving power of OxyRub. Whether you've been fighting arthritis pain for ages or just suffer from aches and pains after a round of golf or an afternoon in the garden, OxyRub pain relief cream can eliminate your pain—quickly.

OxyRub combines the pain-relieving power of menthol with a patented, proprietary oxygenated essential oil into a soothing, pleasant-smelling cream.

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Purchase it with a Reader Discount: 20% Off - Promotion code expires 12/31/15 - Reader Discount Code: SAVEOXY2 (regularly priced at $39.99 per tube)

DISCLOSURE: I was provided a free complimentary product powered by BrandBacker in exchange for my honest review. I have tried the product to determine my opinion. I received no compensation for this review.

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