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RTPR – A Closer Look

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I have and will experience pain from time to time and as I get older it’s gonna come as with all things.

It’s just how it is!

Taking a pill to alleviate pain is a natural thing to do in our drug culture.  Have you ever stopped and considered what we are really doing to our stomachs?  If and when I have to gain relief from the pain I am sure that a topical solution is better than ingesting the remedy.  I also have to realize that I am not doing my body any good by taking drugs that can cause further damage over time.

RTPR Works at Three Levels

Pain happens because something is wrong. Most drugs merely mask the pain–and that’s not so bad, but they do other things too, like reduce your pain tolerance (so you have to use more of the drug) and oftentimes, they damage your body.

Our approach is different–RTPR works at three levels to resolve your pain, not just relieve it.

1. Immediate, long-lasting localized relief –
Our ingredients go into the body through your skin, right at the site of your pain. …

2. Restoring your pain threshold –
One of our ingredients is unique in its ability to restore the pain tolerance you lose when taking oral pain medications. …

3. Restoring tissue health –
Pain means damage. A blow to the muscle or bone, the shredding of muscle fiber in aggressive exercise, or the wear and tear of time on joints. …

I can also see that people recovering from being addicted to drugs might have a need for a pain medication that doesn’t require them to ingest pills and such.  Keeping them clean and sober is just one of the benefits that a topical solution offers.

“Deaths from medication mistakes at home increased from 1,132 deaths in 1983 to 12,426 in 2004. Adjusted for population growth, that amounts to an increase of more than 700 percent during that time. In contrast, there was only a 5 percent increase in fatal medication errors away from home, including hospitals, and not involving alcohol or street drugs”

“By 2004, fatal medication errors were responsible for far more years of potential life lost than were all accidents from firearms, falls, fire and flames, drowning and non-medication poisonings combined,” Phillips said – Submitted by Armen Hareyan on 2008-07-29

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