Benefits of a topical pain reliever versus an oral pain reliever

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When you have muscle or joint pain, you want immediate relief!

When you reach into your bag or cupboard, do you go for a topical or oral pain reliever?

Consider using a topical pain relief option instead of an oral pain reliever to help you with immediate and long lasting relief that won't be harmful to organs in your body. Learn more about how our products can help you prevent, relieve, and heal pain so that you can focus on what's important.

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Fast and Long-Lasting Pain Management –Combine the Best of Both for Ultimate Pain Prevention, Relief and Healing

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MEDISTIK’s pain management products are designed to include very high levels of active ingredients, as well as anti-inflammatories to prevent, relieve and heal pain, while most topical pain relievers only mask the pain for temporary relief.

Our Extra Strength formula is available in both an Extra-Strength Stick and a Fast-Acting Spray format.

Many people have asked what the difference is between the two, but few realize that when the two are combined, you get a complete pain management system for ultimate performance.

Learn more about how these products work together to provide fast acting and long lasting relief.

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MEDISTIK's Complete 3X Pain Management System

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Together, MEDISTIK's three product variations provide a 3X Pain Management System that goes beyond many topical pain relievers that simply mask pain. MEDISTIK not only PREVENTS pain by preparing and relaxing tight muscles, it also quickly RELIEVES acute and chronic pain, while HEALING the source of pain, by blocking the enzymes that cause inflammation.
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HOW PAIN IS PROCESSED BY THE BRAIN

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Why do we hurt? Do we actually experience pain, or is it merely illusion? In this TEDx video, Lorimer Moseley explores these questions, and positions the pain that we feel as our bodies' way of protecting us from damaging tissues further. He also looks at what this might mean for those who suffer from chronic pain.

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