More Topricin Information

How is Topricin different from other pain relievers on the market?

Topricin is a non-analgesic healing technology. Unlike all over-the-counter (OTC), chemical-based oral pain pills and topical analgesic products (hot, smelly, greasy ointments), Topricin is free of the chemicals which cause life-threatening side effects. Topricin contains no petroleum or parabens or any other harsh chemicals. Topricin produces no side effects, making it ideal for the entire family.

  • No Acetaminophen (a leading cause of liver damage and failure in the United States)
  • No Ibuprofen (kidney damage, ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding, Ibuprofen has been found to increase the risk of high blood pressure and stroke in people with a history of cardiovascular disease)
  • No Naproxen (toxic and damaging to the stomach and intestinal tract. It is known to increase the risk of heart attack and stroke.

Is Topricin safe to use if you are taking other medications?

Topricin will not interfere with any other medication you may be taking. It provides safe, effective relief — without side effects — and may actually help reduce your need for all classes of chemical based oral pain pills. Always be sure to check with your doctor anytime you are considering self-help treatments of any kind.

Is Topricin safe to use while pregnant?

Topricin is a completely safe, effective treatment for the swelling of the ankles and feet, muscle cramps and nerve pain common in pregnancy. It is among a few pain relief products safe for pregnant women and children. It is often recommended for the aches and pains of pregnancy by doctors. Always let your doctor know about any self-help treatments you are considering while pregnant.

Is Topricin safe for diabetics?

Topricin is completely safe for diabetics, and is especially soothing for the burning, throbbing nerve pain in the feet, ankles and legs. Topricin also contains medicines for treating the dryness or cracking skin of the feet. Our Topricin Foot Therapy is best in these circumstances. Diabetics should maintain regular visits with their doctor, maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and follow his/her recommendations. Always let your doctor know when you are considering any self-help treatments.

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