Premiere's Pain Spray
Back Pain Relief & Arthritis Pain Relief
- What is Pain Spray?
- Who should use Pain Spray?
- How often can Pain Spray be applied?
- What are the ingredients in Pain Spray?
- How does Pain Spray work?
- How long does the pain relief last?
- Can Pain Spray become addictive?
- Does Pain Spray interfere with prescription drugs?
What is Pain Spray?
Premiere’s Pain Spray is a soothing herbal pain relief spray that works in less than 2 minutes. More than 5 million bottles of this all-natural, clear liquid formula have been used by people of every age, living with all sorts of aches and pains. Apply a light mist to any part of the outside body that hurts and within seconds the relief begins. Safe & non-habit forming.
Who should use Pain Spray?
Pain Spray can help anyone in pain, whether it’s an occasional sports sprain or chronic joint pain. Perfect if you need muscle pain relief, back pain relief, joint relief, foot pain relief, neck pain relief or shoulder pain relief. Great for anyone with pinched nerves, carpal tunnel, leg cramps, ankle pain, tendonitis, muscle sprain, bruising, morning stiffness, restless leg syndrome or fibromyalgia. Pain Spray is popular with athletes and weekend sports enthusiasts who need to relieve minor injuries. Pregnant women can use it on their sore back, hips, legs and feet. And because it provides such powerful natural pain relief, it’s a favorite among chiropractors, physical therapists and massage therapists.
How often can Pain Spray be applied?
As often as you want. Because it’s an all herbal pain relief spray, you can use Pain Spray any time you need to stop pain fast. Some people find that 2 or 3 squirts each morning offer all-day relief. Others like to re-apply periodically throughout the day. Just point the spray-nozzle right at the places that hurt, and mist. The more you apply, the stronger the effect. Never messy, like old-fashioned creams, gels and ointments. And Pain Spray smells as refreshing as a field of peppermint.
What are the ingredients in Pain Spray?
Every ingredient in this herbal pain relief blend is approved by the FDA. The most powerful agent is extra-pure imported menthol, blended at 7 percent (the strongest level permitted for over-the-counter sale). Natural wintergreen, eucalyptus and peppermint oils are added to enhance the therapeutic benefits and to enhance the refreshing aroma. Then a variety of herbal moisturizers are blended in, to help protect skin from dryness. All-herbal Pain Spray is never greasy. It won’t stain skin or fabrics.
How does Pain Spray work?
Pain Spray was developed based on solid scientific data. When nerves, muscles or joints are irritated, they send powerful pain signals to the brain. The body’s natural reaction is to tense up. Unfortunately, that tension only increases the perception of pain. And the body tightens even more. It’s a vicious cycle. Pain Spray can stop pain fast because it takes advantage of an important research finding: the brain can process only one new sensory message at a time. By replacing pain signals with equally intense alternatives (initially a rejuvenating cool sensation followed by deep, soothing warmth) this herbal pain relief spray interrupts the pain-tension-pain cycle.
How long does the pain relief last?
Count on hours of relief. And the more you spray, the longer it will last. Typically, Pain Spray soothes discomfort for 1 to 5 hours, depending on the severity of the symptoms and the amount of formula that’s applied. You also can enjoy added benefit by taking a hot bath or shower before you spray it on. The warm water will gently open your pores, allowing the powerful herbal formula to sink deeper down, easing even more of the pain.
Can Pain Spray become addictive?
No, Pain Spray is 100% non-habit forming and never causes drowsiness. In fact, the formula is associated with absolutely no harmful side effects.
Does Pain Spray interfere with prescription drugs?
No, Pain Spray does not interfere with the efficacy of any prescription medication. In fact, it can be a wonderful "companion" to many traditional pain relief treatments and drugs.