Sub-zero pain relieving gel

Sub-zero pain relieving gel is a topical product which provides quick-acting, long-lasting relief from minor pains thanks to a mixture of Ilex, Boswellia and Uncaria Tomentosa, Cat's claw and 3.9% Menthol. This gel can be used to soothe the symptoms of arthritis, neck and back pain, sore muscles, sprains and spasms. In addition, it can be employed to help recover from arduous exercise and the toll that some daily activities can have on the body. This 4oz tube is portable, and it is filled with a deep penetrating, cool crystal-clear, greaseless gel without artificial colorings.
Moreover, it is the only topical pain reliever containing Cat’s claw. Before we proceed any further let’s clarify that even though many plants are given that name, we’re talking about the real deal here; Uncaria tomentosa, the woody vine that grows in the South and Central American jungles. Cat’s claw is believed to have chemicals that might stimulate the immune system, fight cancer cells, and combat viruses.

This herb has been used to improve osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms; treat several digestive disorders such as diverticulitis, colitis, gastritis, stomach ulcers, hemorrhoids, and leaky bowel syndrome; for viral infections including shingles, cold sores, and AIDS; and also for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), wound healing, parasites, Alzheimer’s disease, asthma, hay fever, gonorrhea, dysentery, birth control, bone pains, and "cleansing" the kidneys.

In sub-zero pain relieving, though, the pain-healing properties of Cat’s claw have been harnessed and concentrated in order to bring users relief for their muscles and joints. The thick viscosity of the gel allows for maximum hands-on application in clinical setting and long-lasting relief right at home. Sub-zero pain relieving gel is not unlike a similar product called Biofreeze, in the sense that they work by way of a ‘counter-irritant’ mechanism. The menthol produces a sensation that supersedes pain signals to the brain, which is an application of the Gate Control Theory of pain. Some studies have suggested that menthol may activate cold receptors in the skin that may also help to control pain.
Therefore, if we take the cool relief that menthol brings to the table, and add the extraordinary characteristics of Cat’s claw, what we end up having is a product that puts together the best of two worlds and gives the phrase ‘pain relief’ a new meaning. If we also take into consideration its low price here on Discount Medical supplies, then we have a surefire winner.