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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 an 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 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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Health Warning: Dangers of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

Debra Murray

    Carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, is a wrist condition that afflicts between 2 and 3 percent of all men and women at some point during their lifetimes. It is slightly more common in women and most prevalent in women over 55. The hormonal changes during pregnancy and the onset of menopause often signal the development of CTS.    The Anatomy of CTS  Located within the wrist is a ligamentous structure called the carpal tunnel. The carpal nerve runs through the carpal tunnel. When the soft tissue adjacent to the tunnel becomes inflamed or there is too much fluid in the surrounding wrist tissue, it places pressure on the carpal tunnel. This, in turn, exerts pressure...

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