Pain in the neck? A natural pain relief product that works for me

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A couple months ago I started having some serious neck pain. This was due to (in part) my work station and being unable to set it up to be ergonomically correct.

I already see a chiropractor yet it wasn’t enough to rid me of my neck pain. So I started getting a massage every two weeks. That was helping (and oh so relaxing!) yet wasn’t completely eradicating my neck pain.

Thanks to a co-worker I’ve discovered a natural pain relief gel that has worked wonders for me!

The product is Sombra Warm Therapy pain relieving gel. Manufactured by Sombra USA, the warm therapy gel (topical analgesic) contains ingredients such as aloe leaf juice, green tea leaf extract, orange peel oil, grapefruit seed extract, and witch hazel leaft extract. A full list of ingredients can be found here: Warm Therapy – Sombra USA.

I immediately felt pain relief upon applying this product. All it takes is just a little bit of product every night and my pain has consistently decreased after a stressful day at work (on my neck). So much so that since I’ve been using this product I’ve cut down my visits to both the chiropractor and masseuse.

The 8 ounce jar cost less than $20 and will probably last me six months. Not a bad price for pain relief!

Bonus: Their products are made in the USA in Albuquerque, New Mexico!

Visit Home – Sombra USA to learn about all their products.

NOTE: I am not a paid representative for this company. It’s just a product that has worked wonders for me.

Let us know if you have tried this product or found another that has brought you relief from aches and pains!

DCG

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DrE
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DrE
1 year ago

Thank you, DCG, for the tip!

joandarc
joandarc
1 year ago
Reply to  DrE

Me too DCG!

Brian
Brian
1 year ago

Doc were you able to delete all my post here they were to see if it worked and I never could see them my wife is looking at this product she is a Florist and works looking down at her hands that and her feet lol. Thank you she is thinking on buying some.

DrE
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DrE
1 year ago
Reply to  Brian

Yes, I did delete a sort-of duplicate comment of yours.
It took me a while to get the comments feature working. But now all approved comments are in public view. 😀

Brian
Brian
1 year ago
Reply to  DrE

🙂

Gracie Storvika
Gracie Storvika
1 year ago

I love the fact that this product is made in the USA. I have been having neck and shoulder pain, so I certainly plan on looking into this. (As an aside, I was looking for a particular kind of Vitamin C and one product certainly caught my eye–printed on the bottom front of the bottle were the words “China Free.” This particular item is made from a ingredients manufactured in Scotland, and actually processed and bottled in the USA. I am wondering if we will see more products with the “China Free” label appear.

Jackie Puppet
Jackie Puppet
1 year ago

I have PainShield from StopAgingNow (for joint, arthritis, muscle & back pain), which has some of the same ingredients, but the jury is out on whether it’s effective for me. I used some at first, but couldn’t notice anything. My knees have been my big concern, especially since I had major surgery on my left knee a decade ago (ruptured patella tendon in which my kneecap went to the inside of my left leg, and I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop for my right knee, especially after I had a meniscus tear there in which I could barely walk for a few days after.

I’d been taking Undenatured Collagen II tablets, but they always seemed to “maintain” instead of improving. Eventually, there were times when after doing some heavy lifting for awhile, my knees began to feel it. I have a TENS unit (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)my neighbor gave me – bless her heart; but that lasts only as long as I’m hooked up to it.

What has been working, is BioTrust’s Ageless Multi-Collagen Protein Powder. I started taking it last summer, and there’s been a quite noticeable improvement in my knees. My left one had felt a bit swollen, and it had begun to affect my sleep, making it more difficult to sleep in another position, or even getting out of bed. This powder had reduced the swelling, even though it may have been minimal, it no longer felt swollen.

I ran out in November, and hadn’t re-ordered, because the previous two months were difficult for me financially due to less work. So it was back to UC-II for awhile, and the swelling came back. Once I had enough saved up, I got more bags of powder, and I noticed the change back to better in a week.

On Labor Day weekend, I went out for a bike ride, in which I flipped over the handlebars after the front tire didn’t want to run over a tree branch in the street (this was a week after a major storm blew through). I landed on my elbows, and got a little road rash on my elbows & knees, and a few blood blisters (golf ball-sized one on my left elbow, and one the size of my hand on my right shin). I still feel the aftereffects in mychange that. right elbow if I bend it at just the wrong angle, but it doesn’t seem as if anything will be able to

Calgirl
Calgirl
1 year ago

OK…so, can someone out there on this line of posting tell me how to handle my bad knees….about 2 years ago, they both suddenly felt like there were ROCKS between my patella & everything else…..and then, it transitioned to where it felt like (and still does) there is an iron band across my knees in front. Some days are not so bad…others are almost end-game unmovable. If I don’t move, they freeze, if I walk too much to un-freeze them, it can be equally bad…it’s a balance.

Delphine
Delphine
1 year ago
Reply to  Calgirl

I have a similar problem in one knee. Started looking into antioxidants. If I make sure to get at least 1-2 avocados into my diet a week, plus bananas, the pain is greatly decreased. Where I once had needed a cane to walk, I now don’t. Also, avoid potatoes. There is still soreness and pain, but a lot less! Also put a band about two inches below my knee and that seems to help also. The hyaloronic shots (spelling?) didn’t work for me and the cortisone didn’t either. Best wishes, I know it’s hard to deal with every day!!

Calgirl
Calgirl
1 year ago
Reply to  Delphine

Thanks Delphine! I’ve started to use an athletic tape like you said, to support the knee tendon/muscle and that helps, tho’ I can’t do it every day b/c the glue on the tape makes my skin break out and itch (if it’s not one thing, it’s another!). I believe you abt the the avocados and bananas (could it be the magnesium?) and will try this, b/c I have experienced the potato thing! Has anyone tried curamin supplements for joint relief? I don’t like taking pills, but I’m getting about ready to if they are natural.

Delphine
Delphine
1 year ago
Reply to  Calgirl

On the band, I don’t use anything with glue or tape, just a band I made by cutting down one of those 10″ wide elastic knee supporter sleeves (that cover the whole knee) into a 4″ wide strip and folding that over to 2″. Sort of came to me by experimentation!