alternative treatment

The Miracle Cream

Mario Huerta Community Member October 20, 2009
  • My sister in law was diagnosed with RA when she was 25, she is 39 now, and it continues to worsen. She went through steroid treatment and also taking many pain pills. She got tired of it and she resigned herself to live with it. I introduced her to a products (On The Spot Arthritis Cream) and told her to try it for a week. She called me back within a couple of days to ask me about the cream. She said that she was no longer in pain and that she wasn't stiff anymore. Elisa is an assistant manager for a superstore and has had RA for almost 11 years, she wears a brace on her left wrist, and she can't bend her hand backwards or forwards. When I met her, I introduced her to the cream. To her surprise, she started to move her hand back and forth within seconds and she also said that her pain was gone. I went to see her 2 days later to follow up and she was so excited that she started telling everybody within the store. Well, she told me that she was getting ready to have surgery, and after using the cream for a couple of months, she postponed the surgery. Her wrist doesn't hurt anymore, and she is back to doing what she used to do before.

     

    Some people call it the miracle cream. You can find it on www.amazon.com Type on the spot arthritis cream on the search.

1 Comments
  • Lene  Andersen
    Health Guide
    Oct. 21, 2009

    please be aware that although creams and lotions may provide temporary pain relief, they do not cure RA. The best way to manage RA and prevent joint damage is allopathic medications like e.g., the Biologics. Alternative remedies may supplement more traditional Western approaches but again, most of them offer symptomatic relief and do not address the cause of...

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    please be aware that although creams and lotions may provide temporary pain relief, they do not cure RA. The best way to manage RA and prevent joint damage is allopathic medications like e.g., the Biologics. Alternative remedies may supplement more traditional Western approaches but again, most of them offer symptomatic relief and do not address the cause of RA.  always take claims of miracle treatments with a healthy grain of salt and keep in mind that as in the rest of life, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.