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What is Super Blue Stuff OTC Pain Relief Cream?

Debra Murray

    Super Blue Stuff OTC Pain Relief Cream by BLUESPRING is a safe topical remedy that provides amazing results in as fast as 5 minutes. It is uniquely formulated from 23 natural ingredients, 11 of which are therapeutic herbs. For this reason, it is safer to use than aspirin, pharmaceuticals and drug store pain pills.   In fact, it can safely be used together with many other medications and prescriptions. It absorbs deeply and quickly into the skin providing soothing and effective natural pain relief.   And no worries about continuous use – all of the side effects are...

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What is Super White Stuff OTC Pain Relief Cream?

Debra Murray

    Super White Stuff OTC pain relief cream is a safe and effective way to manage pain. It has been used by sports professionals and doctors for years to give safe and effective pain relief.   Many of the natural ingredients in Super White Stuff OTC Pain Relief Cream have been used for centuries to treat pain. Individuals with persistent pain or minor sports injuries benefit from the many therapeutic benefits of this powerful cream. Ideal for those with skin sensitivities, the cream is made from the world’s most powerful herbs.   The odorless and fragrance-free formula treats pain...

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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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Breaking Health News on Sciatica Pain

Debra Murray

    Many people suffer from back pain, including sciatica. Back pain causes more than 3 million people to seek emergency treatment every year in the United States. Sciatica is one of the most commonly experienced back problems. About 40 percent of all people will experience it at some point in their lives. Sciatica pain refers to irritation somewhere along the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down each leg.    Sciatica pain usually only affects one side of the body when it occurs. Some people describe it as a sharp, burning pain while...

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Simple Health Tips to Relieve Lower Back Pain

Debra Murray

Lower back pain can make standing, sitting and bending down cumbersome. This condition is usually the result of sprains, strains, spinal wear and tear and such age-related conditions as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Don't let back pain interfere with your life. Use these simple tips to get relief.    Use Hot and Cold Compresses    Applying a hot and cold compress simultaneously can be very effective at relieving lower back pain. Cold reduces inflammation and makes pain more tolerable. Heat loosens tense muscles and relaxes painful back spasms. Wait about 48 hours after the initial back injury to apply heat. Using...

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Five Tips to Prevent Injury Before a Big Game

Debra Murray

  Five Tips to Prevent Injury Before a Big Game  High school athletes have a higher risk of injury than professional sports players do. Part of the reason for this is the overwhelming pressure to perform well enough for a college recruiter to be impressed. Sometimes, kids push themselves to do more than they are physically able to do to make their parents and teammates happy as well. A trophy isn't going to mean much if someone is injured during a big game, though. It will set them back in training time and possibly cause long-term health problems and pain....

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