Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Ease your pain with Salonpas pain patches

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 I was given the opportunity to review Salonpas Pain patches to see how they stand up to my MS pain and immediately I was able to put them to the test, days are getting colder here and Arthritis is kicking up full force adding to my already daily pain from MS. I was so impressed by the effectiveness of these patches I requested samples for my MS Support group to let them have an experience trying them out as well. The consensus was unanimous we all loved them.
  These patches last up to 12 hours where as my alternative pain relief I was lucky to get 3-4 hrs. Also because it is a patch full of medicine it goes to the source of the pain so you get almost immediate relief.
  Here is what the company has to say about Salonpas patches...

The First and Only FDA-Approved OTC Pain Relief Patch
Salonpas Pain Relief Patch is the only FDA-approved OTC pain relieving patch on the market

- Since it’s a patch, the medicine goes right to the site of pain

- Flexible and easy to wear

- Lasts up to 12 hours (most other pain medicines only last 2-hours)

- Great for muscle and joint pain, arthritis pain, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, sprains, strains, bruises

SALONPAS® PAIN RELIEF PATCH/SALONPAS® ARTHRITIS PAIN is the first and only FDA-Approved OTC topical Pain Relief Patch for the temporary relief of mild to moderate muscles and joints aches and pains of associated with arthritis, sprains, strains, bruises and simple backache, last up to 12 hours.

SALONPAS® PAIN RELIEF PATCH/SALONPAS® ARTHRITIS PAIN is manufactured using new ultra-thin Comfort Stretch™ technology that provides effective pain relief while allowing patients to maintain their active lifestyles. SALONPAS® PAIN RELIEF PATCH/SALONPAS® ARTHRITIS PAIN also represents a welcome alternative for pain sufferers including those who prefer to avoid the use of oral OTC pain relief medication labeled for minor aches and pains. Unlike medications from pills which go directly to the stomach and pass through your blood system to the pain, it goes direct to the site of your pain, right where it hurts.

What is “minor to moderate” Pain?

Levels of pain are described as “minor (mild) pain”, “moderate pain” and “severe pain”. “minor (mild) pain” is the weakest, and “severe pain” is the strongest. Click here for more information of “Comparative Pain Scale”.
  You can find Salonpas on facebook or twitter.  You can also visit jointhepainfreemovement.com for additional info as well.
You can also visit the Salonpas website and get your own FREE SAMPLE, don't take my word for it try it out for yourself and discover the Salonpas difference to pain management.

Disclaimer, I was not paid by Salonpas or any of its affiliates for this review I was simply given Free Samples for myself and my support group to test out and then provide my honest unbiased opinion on the product. The fact that I was given free samples did not influence the outcome of this review at all.

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