Which Product Would Suit You.

If you are new to my products, it can be hard to know which one/s are for you?

Root PRO Spray. (Small Red Spray Bottle)

This is my strongest pain relief product, it also tends to last longer than any balm. I recommend it for Severe, Flare-up, Acute or Nasty Sharp Pain. It was not designed for everyday use, although most people are using it daily. I have had several people tell me it lasts from 8 to 24 hours per application. So it’s particularly good for use before bed to ensure a painless sleep.

Read Reviews for Root PRO Spray

Strong Pain Relief Balm.

This product is a very good pain relief balm, and until I started making the root pro spray, it was the product I directed everyone towards regarding their pain issues. It has been used by bone cancer patients, enabling them to stop using their heavily prescribed medications (thus reducing their side effects) and allows them to spend their days with the pain much more manageable or even pain-free with clear thinking. At the same time, Strong Pain Relief is safe enough to be used on young children for things like bee stings.

This product was designed to be used every day, just be aware a little goes a long way. If you put too much on to start with, wipe off the excess, before allowing your clothes to absorb it.

Most users find the Strong Pain Balm 100ml tin lasts about a year.

Read Reviews for Strong Pain Relief Balm

Magnesium Oil.

Mag oil is a product everyone in your family should use in my (not at all humble) opinion. It’s not only a great pain relief product (especially for muscle pain), but since magnesium is needed for over 300 bodily functions, it is a great product to use regularly to keep up optimal health. The oil form is also far superior to tablets. Most users find the mag oil 200 ml bottle lasts about a year.

Read Reviews for my Magnesium Oil Testimonials

The 3 Products above I offer in the Triple Pain Combo Pack. I recommend this pack if you have pain conditions that can get severe but are generally an ongoing day in and day out occurrence.

Cough Control

Used for any coughs or breathing and chest issues.

Read Cough Control Reviews, (there will be more soon)

Kawakawa Balm

Kawakawa balm does have pain relief properties, but it is its skin healing properties that it is best known for.

Read Kawakawa Balm Reviews

Cayenne Balm. 

Cayenne Balm has few testimonials, yet it gets ordered a lot, mainly for either hot prickly feet, or cold and numb feet. Either way, this balm is good for nerve pain.

Read Reviews for Cayenne Balm

So how do you use any of my products?

All my products are to be rubbed on your skin, usually over the area of the pain you have. Try our products and see how they go for you!

If you are buying one of the combination packs I would suggest you use each product separately and get to know how each product works best on your body and your pain. How long it takes for pain relief to work and how much pain relief you can get from that product is up to the individual person – you may get 40% pain relief, or you may get 99% pain relief. The time it takes for you to notice the pain returning also depends on person to person. It’s a very good idea to make a study of your pain, so keep a pen and paper beside you! First note down all the areas of your body that you experience pain, even if that area isn’t currently disturbing you.

You can do this part after you make your first order and before your products are delivered.

Sometimes it’s easy to think, especially if you have some pain condition like Fibromyalgia, “well my pain is everywhere…” but usually, in fact, there are places where the pain has different intensity levels, or it somehow feels different to other pains.

The more exact you can be at this stage, the more you will gain control over your pain, instead of it controlling you.

For a start scan your body carefully and slowly.

It’s also important to take note of places you don’t have pain. I’ll do this on my body now so you can understand what I mean.

Starting at my little finger on my left hand, does my fingernail hurt? Nope.
Does the area between the fingernail and the first joint hurt? No.
Does that joint cause pain? No
Carrying on up that finger, is there pain for me? No.
Carry on through the other fingers, no pain until I get to my thumb, now that sucker hurts in both joints, but the first joint is more painful than the joint at the top of my thumb.

So already I have learned that in fact in my fingers on my left hand are all good except for my thumb, and the pain in my left thumb is only in the two joints, with the middle joint being the worst. This may sound silly or a waste of time, but I know when I took prescription pain relief, my fingernails were painful to press on, heck I would get a nasty toothache, and I wear dentures. I kid you not.

Anyway back to the body scan, try moving each finger, does that cause pain that wasn’t there when you just checked them relaxed?
Make a fist, hold something like a coffee mug, is that painful? Grip the coffee much tighter, how does that feel? How about holding a pen tightly, how does that feel? For me, gripping anything with my left hand just makes my thumb joints more painful, but other than that my left hand and fingers are pretty good.
Moving to your left wrist, how did that react to holding the coffee mug tighter? How about if the mug was full (heavier)? Move that wrist forwards, backward, in a circle, how does that all feel? For me it’s not painful.

Keep going through the rest of your body, noting where the pain is, what it feels like – sharp, dull, annoying, disabling, throbbing, like an electric shock, like there is a lump of pain, hot, cold, whatever or however you would describe your pain.
And also noting where the pain isn’t.
Using an outline like below, to map your pain areas could be very helpful, you can save the pictures and get them printed, maybe a few copies of each.

This post is getting too long, so I will stop here, and if there is any interest, I’ll write a part 2-3-4…100 if need be, or as many as required for you to become the master of your pain.
You and only you are the person that can know exactly what it’s like. You are doing this for you. So be honest. It’s not a test. There is no right and wrong way to do this.

Plan of Action (Part 2)