Learn Why Topical Joint Pain Relief is the Safest Pain Killer
Oral Pain Relief
- Unnatural substance to your body
- Affects every cell, not just the inflamed area
- Is terrible for your liver and kidneys
- Is more localized
- Over time, moves throughout your whole body
- Can cause joint and cartilage damage, and lead to tendon rupture
- Is the most localized
- Uses ingredients of your own body’s inflammation response system
- No side effects!
Say No To Side Effects: Get Topical Joint Pain Relief
Pain-relieving prescription drugs come with an ultimatum: Do you want to keep your pain or trade it for potential addiction? At Epiphany, we vote neither. That’s why we’ve developed homeopathic remedies for joint pain and stiffness, as well as other natural remedies for skin irritation and digestive discomfort.
We can’t ignore the issue: roughly 1 out of every 3 Americans suffer from chronic pain, and 1 out of every 3 Americans has opioids prescribed for pain, despite the now-known link to addiction and abuse. Coincidence? No. Opioids are the go-to prescription for pain relief, and that relief comes with a catch: the likelihood of becoming dependent on these addictive medications.
Pharmaceutical pain relief comes with a price. At Epiphany, we believe there’s another way. We provide inspired alternatives to conventional prescriptions (like opioid-based drugs). We believe in easing persistent pain and irritation without unwanted side effects or the possibility of dangerous addictions. Joint pain can be a tremendous challenge to manage, namely because most of the prescription treatments currently available come with serious side effects when used long-term. This includes both over-the-counter and prescription pain medications, as well as oral and topical steroids and medications specifically directed toward arthritis sufferers.
Because of this, many men and women are now seeking natural remedies to relieve joint pain and stiffness. Because chronic inflammation is at the heart of joint pain and stiffness (including many types of arthritis), finding homeopathic ways to calm that inflammation without disrupting the body’s ability to protect itself is the key to alleviating symptoms of joint pain. Unfortunately, most medications aimed at reducing inflammation can result in a weakened immune system and a whole slew of other health problems that eventually follow suit. Instead, there are a homeopathic remedies for joint pain and stiffness that you can implement to control of pain management without turning to opioids.
Epiphany Therapeutics has developed Enduras Recovery Cream to do our part to help remedy the state of national healthcare as it currently stands. Enduras isn’t a drug. We haven’t paid for clinical trials or peer-reviewed publications. What we’ve done is develop a simple, obvious solution for pain that contains essential micronutrients to calm inflammation and relieve symptoms. Enduras has already helped many men and women suffering from a wide array of ailments. And the best part? There are no scary side effects. Enduras Recovery Cream is different. It is a gentle, lightweight lotion that has been formulated with essential micronutrients like vitamins A, C, and E, along with a naturally derived anti-inflammatory ingredient to help relieve joint pain without causing any worrisome side effects.
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