Belladonna

The extract from the flowering Belladonna perennial is so powerful it has been used for centuries as an anesthetic for surgery. It reduces swelling, eliminates muscle twitches, and ends both muscle aches and shooting pains.

Ignatia

Derived from the seeds of a small tree native to China and the Philippines, this traditional Chinese medicine secret calms nerves and relieves emotional distress, allowing muscles to relax and relieve aching pressure.

Rhus Tox

Yet another long-proven natural medicine, Rhus Tox is one of the best homeopathic remedies available for relieving the sharp aching pains of arthritis, sprains, and bachache.

Naja

This rare but amazingly potent homeopathic remedy quickly calms nerve-based pain right through your skin and brings fast relief from inflammation.

Menthol

Derived from peppermint and other mint family plants, menthol provides cool penetrating soothing of muscle and joint pain. By increasing circulation it allows blood to quickly flush away muscle toxins and speed healing.

Magnesium Sulfate

This vital mineral compound acts fast to reduce muscle irritability, twitching, and painful muscle spasms. It has been shown to effectively deliver comfort by reducing pain in arthritic joints by 80% by itself.

Phosphorous

Phosphorous relieves the burning sensation of tight, painful muscles by regulating the nerves sending pain signals to your brain. It’s like throwing a bucket water over those muscle fires.

Lachesis Mutus

Another rare homeopathic remedy, lachesis mutus is especially effective at enhancing blood flow to speed up the healing process and relieve painful swelling.

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