Extreme PR Muscle and Joint Pain Relieving Lotion
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Bio-Scriptives’ ExtremePR (Pain Reliever) is a non-greasy topical pain relieving lotion designed for temporary relief from minor muscle and joint aches and pains. The product’s fast onset of action reduces minor pain and stiffness and cools and relaxes muscles and joints.

ExtremePR is designed to provide superior use advantages over other topical products. These use advantages include: no greasy residue, and quickly fading smell, as well as effective pain relief.

Topically applied ExtremePR is safer than most common oral pain relievers prescribed by doctors and also available without a prescription (e.g., aspirin, acetaminophen, NSAIDs, and Cox-2 inhibitors), which can cause an array of dangerous side effects such as gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers, acute liver failure, heart attack and stroke.

Benefits of ExtremePR

  • Larger bottle compared to other brands (4oz) with convenient pump
  • 4 to 6 hours of relief from sore aching muscles and joints
  • Ingredients delivered deep into the skin
  • Non-greasy formula absorbs fast leaving no greasy residue

More information about ExtremePR
Menthol, one of the ingredients in ExtremePR, has been shown to be an effective topical pain reliever and does not carry the risks and side effects associated with orally taken ibuprofen, acetaminophen, or aspirin, such as stomach bleeding and negative interactions with other medications.

The multi-layered ExtremePR formulation works in part by using menthol to replace the pain sensations with a cooling feeling to provide temporary relief from minor localized pain. When applied to the skin, ExtremePR’s ingredients are absorbed by the skin, allowing the menthol to create a cooling sensation, while providing temporary pain relief.

ExtremePR absorbs quickly and completely leaving no obnoxious odor or greasy residue. It is as convenient as taking a pill without the side effects of oral medication.

Dangers of oral pain medications
Many of the oral pain medications recommended by doctors and sold over-the-counter, including Tylenol, ibuprofen, and aspirin, can cause serious side effects, which, in some cases, have been fatal. The common classifications of pain medications include:

  • Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS), drugs such as Advil, Aleve, ibuprofen, naproxen, salicylates (aspirin), and Cox-2 inhibitors
  • Acetaminophen (Paracetamol), the active ingredient in Tylenol products
  • Opiate-based medications, such as Vicodin, Percocet, hydrocodone, oxycodone

The most widely quoted NSAID mortality estimates of 16,500 annual NSAID-related U.S. deaths come from the Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Aging Medical Information System (ARAMIS) database although a more recent study presented in the American Journal of Gastroenterology put the U.S. NSAID-related annual death rate closer to 5,000, including 1,600 deaths related to low dose aspirin. Higher doses of aspirin or prolonged use at lower doses can also increase the likelihood of perforated ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding, which are also the biggest known risks from taking NSAIDs. Cox-2 inhibitors, a type of NSAID, may increase cardiac risk (e.g., heart attack, stroke) at high doses as well.

Acetaminophen does not fare much better as acetaminophen-related liver injury is the leading cause of acute liver failure. Additionally, acetaminophen side effects cause an estimated 18,184 emergency room visits each year. Opiate-based medications, often given after surgery or a major accident, can also cause problems due to their addictive properties and can lead to potential overdoses.

Active Ingredients
Menthol 4.4% (found in mint)

Other Ingredients
Allantoin (naturally occuring compound), Althaea Officinalis Root (marshmallow plant), Arginine Hcl (amino acid), Cetyl Alcohol, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil (blue gum), Fucus Vesiculosus Extract (bladderwrack), Glyceryl Stearate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, PEG-100 Stearate, Propylene Glycol, Water, and Xanthan Gum.

Q: Why is Extreme Pain Reliever safer than my oral pain medications?
A: Oral Non-Steroidal Medication (NSAIDs) which include ibuprofen and aspirin among others have all been associated with stomach bleeding or other gastrointestinal issues. Drugs like acetaminophen (Tylenol) has been associated with liver toxicity and death. Additionally, these oral over the counter drugs can cause negative interactions with prescription and other over the counter medications. Since ExtremePR is topical, it works differently and does not exhibit these risks.

Q: How often can you apply Extreme Pain Reliever?
A: The benefits last between 4 to 6 hours. Adults and children 2 years of age and older should apply product to the affected area not more than 3 to 4 times daily. Children under 2 years of age should consult a doctor.

Q: Does ExtremePR have a distinct scent?
A: ExtremePR has a fresh menthol scent that will disappear after about 10 minutes. The scent comes from the menthol in the product that works to help temporarily relieve minor pain. In addition, ExtremePR has a disappearing formula that absorbs completely into the skin eliminating the greasy residue and annoying petrolatum mess associated with topical products. ExtremePR is applied and disappears providing the safety of a topical product with the convenience of an oral medication.

For temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with arthritis, sprains, strains, and simple backache.

Extreme PR is dye and fragrance free. What you see and smell is an abundance of nourishing, natural ingredients!




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Rating Totally worth it
My daughter was in a bad accident back in September. She was the passenger and had her belt on but still hit her head on the dashboard. She was in quite a bit of pain and couldn't get headache relief. [...] So we rubbed it on her shoulders at night and she was actually able to get some relief. It is not a pain medicine. It does not take the place of seeing a doctor. But it truly did help relieve some of the pain in her muscles. [...] If you are a weigh lifter and need minor muscle relief, this would be great for you. Sit at a computer all day and your shoulders stiffen up at night? Try this instead of motrin and see if it helps.
Reviewed by: from 5 Lil Bass in Tow. on 11/22/2013
5/5
Rating Great for chronic aches
I injured my chest in 2005 and developed costochondritis, an inflammation of the entire rib cage, that had me in bed for almost a year. I still get pain and flare ups now and again and have been using Extreme PR on my chest and back to help soothe the cartilage. It works great - better than any I've tried - and I have used Bengay, Aspercreme, Emu products, Mineral Ice & more! Extreme PR works fast and you can feel it deep in you as it absorbs thoroughly and leaves no odor or grease. I used to be embarrassed by the smell of Bengay or Mineral Ice, and greasy and icky under my clothes. But this is not a problem with Extreme PR.
Reviewed by: from NJ. on 11/22/2013
5/5
Rating Works well without a trace!
After only a small application, my knee was no longer hurting and I could walk with out any trouble. I also loved the fact that I didn't break out from this lotion as I have from other's that claim to do the same thing. I also liked that this ointment was not greasy as others on the market. This way I didn't have to worry about it getting on my clothes and staining in any way.
Reviewed by: from A Lucky Ladybug. on 9/24/2013
5/5
Rating Great for a gym bag
Unlike some products, the menthol smell doesn't hang around forever - you know, the ones that make you feel self conscious that everyone is going to know you used it. [...] It absorbs really quickly into the skin - I'll admit I was surprised - and it's not greasy, so you can apply this on your skin and wear shorts out in the gym for instance, and no one would be the wiser. Now I only used it on light aches and pains, so I can't say if it would help with those really bad ones, but it seemed to help out pretty good, especially on sore knees. If you work out regularly at the gym, I'd keep ExtremePR in your gym bag for quick relief so you can continue your workout.
Reviewed by: from Confessions of a Psychotic Housewife. on 9/13/2013
4/5