A transdermal cream that allows you to use over-the-counter generic pain relief pills (asperin, Advil, Alieve) that you take now but in topical form instead, to place the pain relief directly where it's needed. You blend your pain relief pills into this transdermal cream enabling you to apply the medication through your skin instead of swallowing them, also resulting in a lower overall dosage to your body.
Remove the jar cap and place it, inverted, on a counter top to dissolve the pain relief tablets. Pour about 2 teaspoonful’s of drinking water into the inverted jar cap (an amount that will just spread over the cap surface). Then place the selected number of 200 mg pain relief tablets into the water for 10 minutes so they can turn into a paste. Use additional water if needed. Peel off and discard the protective jar opening seal. With a spoon handle transfer the paste into the jar’s transdermal cream and stir until blended. To use completed Pain Relief Cream spread a layer onto the area of your body needing relief. It vanishes quickly and fully dries in 5 to 10 minutes. Reapply as needed.
Note: As a measure of potency, if you choose for example a 2.5% potency, then blending 15 of your 200 mg pain relief tablets into this 4 ounces of transdermal cream will give you about 30 separate topical applications of your finished cream, with each application containing approximately one-half of a dissolved tablet.
Active Ingredient, (none): Other Ingredients as shipped: Purified Water, Sodium acrylate / acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer / isohexadecane / polysorbate 80, Glycerin, d-alpha tocopheryl polyethylene glycol 1000 succinate (Vitamin E), d-Limonene, Mentha piperita, BA-dehydroacetic acid, Citric acid. Note: There are no moisturizing oils or other skin surface sealants in this product’s transdermal carrier cream.
For external use only. If ache persists see a doctor. Keep out of eyes. Do not ingest. Safety of this product relies on the publicly available toxicological test data of its ingredients and of similar products. Note: You can make your own topical pain relief cream for self-use, but be aware that the FDA has not approved premixed versions for U.S. marketing.
The pills you take now, aspirin, acetaminophen (Tylenol), or ibuprofen (Advil) can be easily dissolved into this transdermal pain relief cream. U-blend Technology allows you to combine a water-dissolved pain relief ingredient right into the transdermal cream without thinning the original cream or making it runny. Dissolving water is converted into more cream with the transdermal properties of the original cream.
Once blended the pain relief ingredient can work directly on the site of pain and inflammation without jeopardizing the rest of the body, permitting lower overall doses and minimizing side effects from taking medication by mouth.
As a measure of potency, if you choose for example a 2.5% potency, then blending 15 of your 200 mg pain relief tablets into this 4 ounces (118 ml) of transdermal cream will give you about 30 separate topical applications of your finished cream, with each application containing approximately one-half of a dissolved tablet.