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Old 06-21-2016, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default Pain-RX - Cox 2 Inhibitor

I have posted so much info here over the time I've been here, but don't think I've posted Pain-RX for pain. It's from Hi-Tech Pharmacetucals out of Georgia. It's an herbal proprietary blend.

I deal with pretty chronic pain but nothing that I would go to taking powerful drugs etc. Or the drugs one can find on TV...not for me.

I alternative ibuprofen and Pain-RX during my 24 hr period an I can live comfortably enough. I'd like to be more comfortable, but I'm doing the best with the least amount of side effects.

Take DGL daily too for stomach protection.

I get Pain-RX mostly thru LuckyVitamins. Other companies sell it but I like Lucky enough. I've asked iherb to carry but they don't...why I don't know.
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Old 08-02-2016, 01:20 PM   #2
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Here is more on Pain-RX, I own no stock and buy from company with best price and service.

There is a thorough write up on this Pain "killer" reducer, calmer, it does this for me.

Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Pain-Rx - IllPumpYouUp.com

I'm seeing a new DC and DO both work from same clinic and the DO is adamant about me getting off Ibuprofen. Says linked to heart attacks/strokes, probably keeping my BP elevated and would a patient rather take an opiod that is more likened to the body. But these opiates cause constipation and I won't take them. He wrote me two scripts and I'm not going to fill them.

The DO is working with dextrose prolotherapy for my joints and says the ibuprofen works AGAINST this work, so threatened to stop this work if I didn't get off ibuprofen. So...I'm leaning on Pain-RX and Arthritis Tylenol to keep moving and his work now.

Read the documentary on Pain RX and how it works.
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Since OFF ibuprofen for a whole week, my BP is coming down and I'm thrilled. I know now it was keeping my pressure higher.
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