NEURO-RELIEF BALM 1 oz

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Of the 16 million Americans with diabetes, 25% develop foot problems related to the disease. This is primarily due to a condition called neuropathy. Diabetic Neuropathy is a complication of diabetes that affects the nerves. The most common type of diabetic neuropathy is called peripheral neuropathy and affects the peripheral nerves. Peripheral nerves are the nerves that go out from the brain and spinal cord to the muscles, skin, internal organs, and glands. Peripheral neuropathy impairs proper functioning of these sensory and motor nerves. The most common symptoms of neuropathy include numbness and loss of feeling, usually in the feet and hands.

neuro relief balm for neuropathy

Directions: Apply NEURO RELIEF to feet, ankles and calves to aid circulation & provide anti-inflammatory pain relief. Avoid contact with eyes. Wash hands thoroughly after use. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if irritation develops. 

  • Ingredients: Jojoba oil,  Arnica, Calendula,  St. John's Wort, Angelica Root, Wintergreen Oil, Beeswax, Ginger, Comfrey Root, Cayenne, DMSO, Shea Butter, Menthol, Vitamin E, Grapefruit Seed Extract; Frankincense, Myrrh, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Cypress, Turmeric, Chamomile & Lavender essential oils

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    All recommendations are believed to be effective, but since actual use of these products is beyond our control and can vary from individual to individual, no guarantee as to the effects of their use can be given nor liability taken. Products are for external use only and are NOT for oral consumption. All products are intended for adult use and must be kept out of reach of children and pets. Please do not use any herbal products if pregnant, nursing, have epilepsy or have underlying conditions restricting you from using natural products. Please seek medical advice before using if any of the previously stated conditions apply to you. These products have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration and does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, any medical condition, or substitute care by a medical practitioner.