The Opioid Crisis
It’s not a stretch to say that our country has a problem on its hands when it comes to pain management.
Millions of prescriptions are written every single month for drugs that have known histories of creating addiction and destroying lives.
The good news is the number of scripts doctors write for these pills are on the decline.
However, the number of people who have to battle pain isn’t exactly going in the same direction.
The truth of the matter is there are absolutely essential instances where a pain-management medicine should be a person’s first and last choice. Post surgery is a good bet.
The problem is a lot of people continue to use them long after the pain is lessened and the phantom pain they experience is more in their head than in their body.
And for people who want to help control pain, without relying on drugs, there aren’t too many options.
We know of 1 decent option for helping to relieve low-grade pain and combat muscle aches and fatigue.
Patients and customers love this rub on balm because it provides muscle-relaxing magnesium that is easily (and greaselessly) absorbed into the skin to provide quick relief from cramped and sore muscles.
It might not take away the pain of a broken bone that occurs directly after a car accident… but it’ll soothe battered and bruised muscles 4-6 months after the fact.
Knocks Out Common Pain Fast
We want to reiterate something important to the pain-relieving effects of the Magnesium Body Balm.
This pain-reducing lotion doesn’t have the same pain-cancelling effects as opioids or Tylenol or Motrin.
And yet, it should be your first go-to to help manage common pain.
The reason why is simple.
While other pain treatments work, they do so at great cost to the user. Especially when they’re used on a consistent basis.
Even low-powered drugs can have adverse effects. Consistent use of acetaminophen (Tylenol) can cause liver damage and interfere with hormone function. And NSAIDS (Motrin) can wreak havoc on your gut.
Magnesium Body Balm has no adverse side effects and in addition to helping manage pain can help reduce a magnesium deficiency too, which is incredibly important for general health.
If you want to learn more about it, click the link on the video below where Dr. Wiggy talks all about it.