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Live Pain Free Naturally with Curamin

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Live your life pain free naturally with Curamin.

Living with Fibromyalgia there are many different prescription meds that a Doctor can and will put you on.  For me, I don’t want to be dependent on those pain meds.  I don’t want the side effects, the long term damage they can do, becoming addicted to certain drugs, having to keep getting my dose upped due to my body becoming used to them, and not to mention the high cost of meds if you have no insurance or poor insurance.   Why pump your body full of bad stuff, when you already feel bad?  Why do your body more harm than good ?  I have to admit, I have been on prescribed meds for my Fibro and probably will again.  But, I am doing what I can right now to make sure that I can live as pain free as possible, for as long as possible without being a slave to the drugs.  For now, I use Curamin.  I was sent some Curamin to review about a year ago and I took it for 3 months.   Well, I wasn’t sure if it was working.  I felt better, but with Fibro there are so many ups and downs that one just never really knows why they are having a good day or bad day.. they just are.  So, when my last bottle ran out I started feeling really bad.  My body was hurting and I realized, Curamin was helping me.  I am now back on Curamin and have to say that only a week back on and I can tell the difference.

Did you know that 4 out of 5 Americans think that pain in normal.  That when you get older you just have pain.  Well that is true to some point, but not to the point of not being able to live your life due to pain.  Don’t live with pain any more.  Curamin is natural and is a blend of 4 powerful, effective and clinically proven ingredients into one product that provides an unprecedented level of relief.. naturally!

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Comments

  1. Sherri Lewis says:

    I live in pain 24/7…. I have fibromyalgia, chronic back pain, and arthritis…. besides prescription meds I have tried biofreeze, noxicare, ibuprofen, tylenol, alleve, excedrin, icy hot, cold packs, heat packs…..

  2. Sherri Lewis says:

    I have a thermal aid koala bear…. if I heat that up it helps the back some

  3. Sherri Lewis says:

    As far as prescriptions go, Meloxicam seems to work the best, but since it makes me sleepy I can only take it at night

  4. Sherri Lewis says:

    Noxicare works fairly well…. I would like to give the capsules a try and see how they work.

  5. Sherri Lewis says:

    Riding my stationary bike helps some with the knee pain…. on that day. But then the next day it is hurting twice as bad so I have to skip riding until the pain eases back off……very frustrating

    • I totally understand. I have to find myself a filter for exercise. I hit it to hard sometimes and then can’t workout for a few days cuz I hurt. It is all about learning a balance.

  6. Maryann D. says:

    I also have Fibromyalgia and have different pains each day along with herniated disk problems. I have tried prescription meds and I dislike them very much and stopped quickly. I only use Advil now when needed, but this would be great to try.

    • I try not to use Advil to much as it gives me an upset stomach so using something natural is a nice change.

      • Maryann D. says:

        I agree with you, I only take Advil when I feel like a have a fever but I really don’t. I need it to get through the day at work. I would really like a natural product also.

  7. Sherri Lewis says:

    I tried Pain-Aid by Plant Therapy and ca’t really tell that it helps….. I was hoping it would since it is a natural remedy, but I couldn’t feel a difference

  8. Sherri Lewis says:

    I tried glucosamine for the arthritis in my knees and all it did was mess my stomach up. I haven’t found anything that helps that except rest, and I am supposed to be exercising to lose weight. I feel like I am in a vicious cycle right now.

    • I do hear you on the vicious cycle. Exercise, helps sleep, and sleep helps, pain, and no pain helps you exercise…. Hmmm…. Drugs all seem to make it worse … the sleep, the weight gain, the pain. For me natural is the way to go ;)

  9. Maryann D. says:

    I have also tried various pain lotions.

  10. Sherri Lewis says:

    I have heard a lot of benefits of fish oil & krill oil in terms of helping with joint pain/arthritis…. I want to give that a try also and see if I notice any difference

  11. Maryann D. says:

    I have tried different roll on pain meds also.

  12. Maryann D. says:

    I have tried different types of cold packs also.

    • A cold pack does not help me. I am always cold, and adding something cold makes me hurt worse. I do use rubs like icy hot, or biofreeze or other stuff and that makes me cold so adding ice packs.. Yikes.. LOL

      • Maryann D. says:

        I am usually cold too, and in the winter my aches are worse. I usually use the cold packs in the summer though.

  13. Sherri Lewis says:

    I tried accupuncture once and it caused me to have a flare, so I never tried it again. Some say it helps though.

    • I have heard it helps, but am not interested. LOL! I get a 90 min massage at least once a month, and sometimes twice. That helps. Not for the first day after thought. I am in pain from the massage, but then it helps for a week or so.

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    I always have pain, but I do try stretching exercises and they does help for a while.

    • Maryann,

      Living with pain is well.. a huge pain!! I am sorry you are in pain and I know it is no help when someone says they do understand.. but I do ;) I do find that I have to stretch often thru the day since my job requires me to sit for many hours at a time. And, when I stretch, it hurts.. but in a good way.

  16. Sherri Lewis says:

    I am having a fibro flare today and so far nothing I have tried has helped. The only thing I know left to do is take something that will knock me out and go on to bed.

  17. Maryann D. says:

    I have also tried yoga exercises for my back pain.

  18. Maryann D. says:

    I have tried acupuncture when I had bad heal foot pain. It hurt a lot but I do think it helped me eventually, the heal pain went away. But now I have other pains and cannot afford acupuncture anymore!

    • Yikes.. Sorry. My Dad’s Girlfriend tried it for her back, said she thought it helped but only for a short time. If I am paying for something it will be for massage :)

  19. Maryann D. says:

    I do agree that massage helps! I have had that also. My doctor was hoping my insurance would cover massage therapy, but they do not.

    • I wish insurance covered it too. But, if it did a massage therapist wouldn’t be able to afford to do what they do. Insurance pays crap :(

      • Maryann D. says:

        I agree with you about insurance. I am going to treat myself every now and then to a massage, because I do know it really helps with the painful areas from the fibro.

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  21. Sherri Lewis says:

    Soaking in a hot bath with epsom salts does seem to help some with the pain

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  24. Sherri Lewis says:

    Massage has helped a little…. I think it would help more if I was able to afford to get regular massages, rather than just 1 or 2 a year

  25. That sounds interesting! I haven’t heard of this but might give it a try, always up for a natural alternative!!

  26. I am really glad it seems to be making a difference for you!

  27. Sherri Lewis says:

    As part of physical therapy I did some water therapy…. that helped as long as I was in the water, but as soon as I got out I was hurting again. I don’t have access to a pool so I don’t know if doing it on a daily basis would help more or not

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  30. Sherri Lewis says:

    I have had steroid injections in both knees and in my hips. It didn’t help with the knees but it did get rid of the hip pain after the 2nd injection

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  32. Sherri Lewis says:

    My doctor gave me a tordal (sp?) shot every time I went to see her….. for the rest of the day I would be pain-free. Unfortunately it never lasted longer than that

  33. My husband is the one that lives with the pain. He has Gout. We have tried Burdock root, go-out, gout out, and several other all natural pain remedies.

  34. YES BACK PAIN, JUST OVER THE COUNTER MEDS.

  35. Marti Parks says:

    My son has a bad back and it’ s bad for a young man to be in pain so often. It gets worse when he has a strenuous day at work. he gets tired of taking overt the counter pain relievers.

  36. This could actually work for me!

  37. kathy dalton says:

    i have disc disease and have been using patches

  38. Maryann D. says:
  39. Maryann D. says:

    I have also tried different pain patches.

  40. Diane Cooper says:

    I live with constant pain in my foot, after having broken it several years ago. I have tried pretty much everything, except this.

  41. Sherri Lewis says:

    I have tried different pain patches…. thermacare, icy hot, solanas….. can’t really tell much if any difference though

    • I too have tried just about every cream on the market. But, I found one that does work. It is from a company called doTerra and is an all natural essential oil in a cream. Amazing!! Even my sister and brother in law tried it this past weekend and were so amazed at how fast it worked. I am joining the company so if you are interested let me know :)

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