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Old 06-03-2015, 03:46 PM   #1
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I use a lot of topicals as I deal with OA, Fibro and a mess from hip replacement...this mess left me with Femoral Nerve Damage. My right thigh is numb and pretty dead. That is where the femoral nerve runs. Don't know if the nerves will ever come "alive".

Anyway, I somehow found Topricin and it contains 11 homeopathic solutions and on the bottle it describes what each solution is directed to: type pain.

On the front of the bottle it reads: Safe for Diabetics and Patented for Neuropathy.

I don't know if it's ever been mentioned here, but I love it and have read tons of reviews on various sites. For best prices I buy mine from web vitamins online.

Anyway, always trying to help myself and others. C
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I use a lot of topicals as I deal with OA, Fibro and a mess from hip replacement...this mess left me with Femoral Nerve Damage. My right thigh is numb and pretty dead. That is where the femoral nerve runs. Don't know if the nerves will ever come "alive".

Anyway, I somehow found Topricin and it contains 11 homeopathic solutions and on the bottle it describes what each solution is directed to: type pain.

On the front of the bottle it reads: Safe for Diabetics and Patented for Neuropathy.

I don't know if it's ever been mentioned here, but I love it and have read tons of reviews on various sites. For best prices I buy mine from web vitamins online.

Anyway, always trying to help myself and others. C


Recently, I mixed this with some Aspercream for a bad muscle ache and it worked very well. Of course, I'm not entirely sure which product was doing the trick. But the pain seemed "extra," so I grabbed both tubes and voila...it worked!!! Haven't tried it for nerve pain.
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I love to experiment with my "stuff"...add this supp, add some crushed aspirin, or white willow bark, etc....glad you got some better relief. That's what the suppliers, do they keep changing the ingredients to sell a different product, we can work on our own products... I add essential oils to some of the DMSO I work with, gives it a nicer fragrance.
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Time for a thumbs up testimony. I'm still using Topricin and for probably 2 yrs or more. I would not be without it. My knee for sure is chronic and Topricin gives me immediate pain relief and I can walk better for a while.

A friend just called and she's dealing now with OA and her knees are the big issue. She bought a bottle of Topricin about a year ago and never used it. Today she was out with a lot of errands and when she got home her knees were killing her. So she got out the Topricin Pain and like instantly she got pain relief. She called to thank me again for putting her on to Topricin. She won't be without it now. It's so good to hear back from people when something works for them. Her knees are not as chronic as mine, she did not go thru joint replacement for one thing.
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Still going strong with Topricin and working to save myself from knee surgery. And use the Topricin on shoulders and lower back, use a toothbrush to rub it where I can't reach.

Lately, I've been adding some drops of DMSO and Myrrh drops which are both used for pain. Giving my Topricin a little more UMPH. This works for me, but I experiment a lot to keep myself going.
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