Friday, April 13, 2012

Arnicare Gel Review and Giveaway

About Arnicare Gel:

    Brought to you by Boiron, world leader in homeopathic medicines, Arnicare Gel, made from Arnica montana, works naturally to ease muscle pain and stiffness due to minor injuries and overexertion. It also works to reduce swelling and discoloration of bruises. Arnica, a mountain plant from the daisy family, has been commonly used for centuries as a natural pain reliever and is recommended today by doctors, plastic surgeons and pharmacists—and used by professional athletes—worldwide.

My Thoughts:

    As most of you know, I suffer from chronic pain.  What you may not know is that I am not a big fan of pumping my body full of medicine.  When I was asked to review Arnicare Gel, I was very interested to see if it would be able to touch the pain that only strong narcotics had been able to touch in the past.  Seeing that it was an all-natural homeopathic remedy, I decided to give it a shot. "With Arnicare, there’s no risk of overdose, no contraindications, no drug interactions, and no side effects when used as directed. This unscented homeopathic gel is quickly absorbed by the skin, it’s non-greasy and paraben-free, and it does not contain methyl salicylate or camphor—common ingredients found in many pain relief creams which can be toxic in large doses. These benefits make Arnicare Gel safe for the whole family."  I was extremely surprised at the relief I felt after using it on my knees.  It felt a little warm immediately after applying the gel and within ten minutes I felt both knees relax.  It is definitely something that I will keeping around the house.  I recommend trying this product on your everyday aches and pains, as well as those painful bumps and bruises.

One reader of Between the Lines will win their very own bottle to try it out.  For those of you who are ready to try it out now,  Arnicare Gel can be purchased at Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and Whole Foods, as well as independent pharmacies and health food stores for an SRP of $9.99.  Arnicare is also available in several other forms, including cream, ointment, and oral pellets and tablets. Don't forget to visit their website to snag your $1 off coupon before heading to the store.


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Martha Lawson said...

My hubby! He has broken the same foot, twice. So he has a lot of pain in that foot, he also stands on concrete 10 hrs. a night. I am always looking for something to help his foot pain.

mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

JSweeps said...

I commented on Facebook:

Ashley R said...

I'd love to win this for my grandma who has arthritis!