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The Differences Between Types of Cannabis Products

Debra Murray

  Even a cannabis expert may sometimes struggle to understand the differences between types of cannabis plants and products. We understand that it can be confusing, from those who are simply curious to cannabis connoisseurs. This article will define several types of cannabis plants, cannabinoid compounds, and the various products that contain them with an aim to help develop a better understanding about what these different cannabis compounds and products are, and what they are used for. Hemp Hemp is a type of cannabis plant different from the marijuana plant. It doesn’t produce the chemical compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC - the...

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What is Capsicum Heat Booster?

Debra Murray

  Capsicum Heat Booster was created by BLUESPRING for a safe and effective boost of heat to enhance your pain management.   Capsicum Heat Booster is delivered in a massaging roll-on application with ingredients that hare proven to enhance the pain-relieving power of Super Blue Stuff OTC and Super White Stuff OTC - without any negative side effects – only positive ones. The combination of natural ingredients is carefully formulated and documented to provide a heating warmth and relief. What makes this Booster powerful is in its twofold results. It is made to boost and complement the BLUESPRING pain relief...

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What is Menthol Spray Booster?

Debra Murray

  Menthol Spray Booster is a cooling spray designed to boost your pain relief PLUS deliver results to those hard-to-reach areas of your body! Menthol, naturally derived from peppermint, is the active ingredient in Super Blue Stuff OTC and featured in Menthol Spray Booster. By boosting the Menthol percentage – you get an added impact to fight pain – but only where you really need it.   Use after rubbing on your Super Blue Stuff OTC or Super White Stuff OTC and the ingredients will carry this cooling menthol spray through your skin to give quick relief. You can also use...

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What is Arnica Cream Booster?

Debra Murray

  Arnica Cream Booster is a high quality herbal remedy created by BLUESPRING for a safe and effective boost to your pain management. The combination of natural ingredients is carefully formulated to provide relief from bruising, edema and insect bites.   What makes Arnica Cream Booster powerful is its dual nature. It is customizable for individual use and is made to boost and complement two of BLUESPRING’s most highly regarded pain relief products, Super Blue Stuff OTC and Super White Stuff OTC.   Just as an immunization can be improved by adding a booster shot, Arnica Cream Booster can bolster...

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Did You Know: Arthritis Related Fibromyalgia?

Debra Murray

  Fibromyalgia has been a poorly understood disorder for many years that is typified by moderate to intense pain with seemingly no origin. Many doctors will diagnose a patient with fibromyalgia if he or she has consistent complaints of chronic pain and the doctor can neither locate a cause nor a cure. In recent years, many physicians have begun to suspect that fibromyalgia is actually arthritis, and can thus be treated by arthritis remedies. In fact, the National Arthritis Foundation lists fibromyalgia as one of the over 100 types of arthritis. It is considered an arthritis related syndrome.    Fibromyalgia Diagnosed More in Women  Fibromyalgia...

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The Ten Most Common Types of Arthritis

Debra Murray

There are many kinds of arthritis that a person can develop. So it is important to know the signs and symptoms of each one to look for. Read on for a list of ten of the most common forms of arthritis and how their symptoms can be relieved by BLUESPRING natural pain relief products.    Osteoarthritis    Osteoarthritis is caused by the slow degradation of the cartilage that cushions the bones. This type of arthritis most commonly affects the hands, hips, spine, and knees. It can cause bone spurs to form, and each area with cartilage loss will be in a lot of...

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Common Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Debra Murray

 Pain The types of pain that is associated with this disease can vary. Sometimes, it is felt deep in the bones and muscles, which makes movement and exercise very difficult. Other times, the pain is more topical and localized. A person may also feel like their skin hurts if it is touched too roughly. Over the counter topical pain relief cream can help with these symptoms though, and it isn't addicting.   Fatigue One of the most difficult aspects of fibromyalgia is the way that it causes crushing fatigue in those who suffer from it. Performing the most simple...

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Why You Should Not Ignore Joint or Muscle Pain

Debra Murray

Most pain disappears after a person rests and takes it easy for a short while, so it can be a little alarming when the pain lingers on for months at a time. Pain is the body's way of letting someone know that there something is wrong. It is like a defense mechanism to persuade a person to seek medical help, especially when it occurs in the muscles and joints. Read on for a list of four reasons why you should never ignore pain.    Pain is a Sign of a Hidden Injury   Some injuries are not visible from outside of...

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What is Myalgia, and How Can It Be Treated?

Debra Murray

In medical terms, muscle pain is called “myalgia”. It can be caused by many different medical conditions, but it most commonly occurs from the muscles being strained or distended from overuse. If this is the case, it can be treated using a combination of any of the following methods:      Rest  It is best to rest for a few days after an injury to the muscles. That way, further damage won't occur. After this, it is important to resume movement because the muscles will get stiff otherwise. This makes them more susceptible to being injured again. Sometimes, doctors recommend physical therapy for muscle strains, which...

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Health Tips for Fibromyalgia Pain

Debra Murray

  Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that causes chronic widespread pain and tenderness on different points of the body. Although there is no known cure, there are several things that a patient can do to help relieve the symptoms. Sleep Because one of the main symptoms of fibromyalgia is chronic fatigue, getting enough sleep is essential. To do this you should practice good sleeping habits. Develop a sleep schedule and stick to it. Try to get 8 or 9 hours a night. For a better nights rest, avoid napping during the daytime. Avoid Stress This doesn't mean that you have to quit your job. But...

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Ease the Pain of Fibromyalgia

Debra Murray

Anyone who deals with the pain of fibromyalgia understands how debilitating and frustrating it can be. This condition involves pervasive pain throughout the body. Chronic in nature, it can flare up, intensifying with certain triggers, easing at other times. Inflammation is believed to be at the heart of this disorder, yet a definite cause is still unknown. Those who suffer can take heart. Lifestyle changes can help to ease their pain. Adequate rest is essential A good night's sleep is absolutely vital for anyone who has fibromyalgia. When you don't get enough sleep, your body produces more stress levels. This then results in more inflammation,...

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The Relationship Between Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

Debra Murray

If you are one of the unlucky people to suffer from arthritis, fibromyalgia, or a combination of both, you know how difficult it can be to face each day that is filled with pain. If you have been recently diagnosed, or suspect that this could be your problem, you'll want to see a specialist and pin point exactly what is causing your pain. You might be surprised to find that arthritis and fibromyalgia are related.  Fibromyalgia and Arthritis: Making the Connection  Arthritis is associated with aging. However, it can strike at any age and is caused by inflammation of the joints. This inflammation results...

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Simple Health Tips for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Debra Murray

  Simple Health Tips for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) According to US Federal government statistics, an estimated 50 million adults in the United States have reported being told by a doctor that they have some form of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus, or fibromyalgia. That number is astounding when you consider the effects of arthritis. Some forms of arthritis develop as a result of other underlying issues. One of those issues is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). If left untreated, CTS can cause permanent nerve damage, resulting in a  loss of function and feeling. Additionally, it can cause rheumatoid arthritis.     Cause of CTS CTS is...

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