Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Review with Giveaway for Noxicare Natural Pain Relief (Ends 12/20/12)

I received a 1.5 oz bottle of Noxicare Natural Pain Relief to review for all of you! A little over 4 years ago, I was in a car accident that changed my life. I now "suffer" from nerve pain from my neck down my entire left arm. Some days are better than others. Some days are HORRIBLE. But the pain is DAILY. I have been searching for something natural to use to relieve the pain as we don't use over the counter or prescription drugs. When I found Noxicare, I was ecstatic to try using it to help relieve my pain naturally.

The first time I used Noxicare, I was very nervous because I SO wanted it to work for me. I did ask my husband to help apply it on my neck so that I did not get it all in my hair :)  He wore a disposable vinyl glove so that he did not get the natural pain reliever in his own system, as he had no pain that warranted it. We are extremely careful about only taking in what our bodies need and our skin IS our largest organ!

I felt relief within about 5 minutes! I felt it not only in my neck, but my shoulder, elbow, forearm and wrist! All of my pain was dramatically decreased! I was really impressed with how quickly I felt such a huge difference.

I have since used the Noxicare several times. Only a small amount is needed. A little goes a LONG way. Well, for me at least, since my system isn't used to any medication at all! :) I have to say that I am pleased to have found a literal answer to my prayers.

Noxicare is for more than just nerve pain. Noxicare is recommended for fibromyalgia pain, arthritis pain, tension headaches, neuropathy, and more! But HOW? What makes it work so well? As a person who regularly scrutinizes labels and ingredient lists, I was curious:

What is in Noxicare™ Natural Pain Reliever?
One of the most powerful natural pain relievers known to exist; recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties. Turmeric is a powerful herb in the ginger family that contains curcumin as its active ingredient. Curcumin provides the health benefits of turmeric and turmeric extract, useful as an anti-inflammatory agent and as an antioxidant. Studies have shown that turmeric may help reduce the pain and irritation experienced by patients with irritable bowel syndrome and its anti-inflammatory properties help to naturally relieve pain associated with arthritis by reducing inflammation in the joints.
Willow Bark
Has been used for natural pain relief and inflammation since the time of Ancient Egypt and Greece. The use of willow bark dates back thousands of years when patients chewed on the bark to reduce fever and inflammation. Willow bark continues to be used today for the treatment of pain (particularly low back pain, tension headaches and osteoarthritis), and inflammatory conditions such as bursitis and tendinitis.
Helps relieve muscle pains, arthritis and rheumatism, and is a catalyst for improving the effectiveness of other herbs. Ginger is an effective anti-inflammatory agent used for thousands of years to alleviate arthritis, headaches, rheumatism and sore throat, while also naturally relieving muscle strains and knee pains experienced by athletes. The medicinal part of ginger is the rhizome, an underground stem that most people refer to as the root. Western herbalists classify ginger as a carminative, which settles the intestine and eases pain by removing gas from the digestive tract. This versatile and useful herb also serves as a catalyst for improving the effectiveness of other natural pain relieving herbs found in Noxicare™.
Rosemary Extract
Has served a variety of purposes including topical use for joint or musculoskeletal pain. Ancient Egyptians knew to relieve musculoskeletal pain by rubbing rosemary extract oil into their skin. Today, rosemary has become important due to its natural pain relief ability, as well as stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity and relieve respiratory problems.
Holy Basil
Properties include anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial and antiviral. Holy Basil is a plant indigenous to India and extremely well-regarded as beneficial for many different health problems. Holy basil inhibits inflammatory-causing enzymes that contribute to arthritis and other types of pain caused by inflammation. Holy basil has antimicrobial and anti-viral properties, and expectorant properties as well, useful in respiratory tract infections and during respiratory stress.
Boswellia Extract
Boswellia is a genus of trees native to India known for their fragrant resin which has many pharmacological uses, particularly as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. Boswellia extracts and oils have been used to treat back pain and has been compared in effectiveness to steroids in treating Crohn’s disease and other intestinal problems—without causing ulcers like aspirin family medications.
Alpha Lipoic Acids
Antioxidants used for treating diabetic neuropathy and increasing blood flow to the nerves. Acid Alpha Lipoic Acid is a natural pain relief antioxidant made by every cell in the body, and is also found in foods such as red meats and spinach. It is well known for its proven pain relieving abilities, particularly against numbness, burning and pain often associated with diabetic neuropathy.  ALA also helps vitamins C and E work better, and is used to treat and detox the liver.

Noxicare comes in two forms - cream and capsules. I prefer creams because I can apply it directly where my pain is and not have to wait for it to circulate through my system to find the pain receptors. A 3.5 oz topical cream tube of Noxicare costs $26.95 - but remember how I said a little goes a long way! I have used my 1.5 oz tube several times and am *maybe* halfway through it! Or you can buy 60 capsules for $29.95!  Noxicare also sells several other supplements. Shop here for a natural pain reliever!

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