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Learn more about Topical Analgesic and Topical Counterirritants Benefits Below
DEFINITION -- TERMINOLOGY-- MECHANISMSEXTERNAL ANALGESIC.
Counterirritants Address Edema and Swelling (visualized & thermally visualized)To Reduce Tenderness
ARNEU CHARGED DUAL PURPOSE TOPICAL ANALGESIC AND COUNTER-IRRITANT GEL
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The only patented self-generating microvoltage dual
purpose topical analgesic and counter-irritant gel for temporary relief
of minor aches and pains.
A topically applied substance that may have a topical analgesic, anesthetic, antipruritic, or counterirritant effect. REF. ATOPICAL ANALGESIC.
An externally applied substance that relieves pain without necessarily
abolishing other sensations, or one that causes partial blockade of
subcutaneous terminal nerve endings so that a minimal stimulus evokes no
painful response, but a greater stimulus does. REF. A
ingredients penetrate the nerve endings and cause temporary reversible
charge in the nerve membrane, preventing the development of the
electrical current at a given point in a nerve fiber that transmits the impulses along a nerve. REF. A
"Pharmacological Principles of Regional
Pain Relief"TOPICAL COUNTERIRRITANT.
An externally applied substance that causes irritation or mild
inflammation of the skin for the purpose of relieving pain in muscles,
joints and viscera distal to the site of application. REF. A
differ from the anesthetics, analgesics, and antipruritic agents,
however, in that the pain relief they produce results from stimulation
--- rather than depression --- of the cutaneous sensory receptors and
occurs in structures of the body other than the skin areas to which they
are applied as for example, in joints, muscles, tendons and certain
viscera. The use of these products dates from antiquity. REF. A
3) Counterirritants act by producing a transient, reversible, and mild inflammation or irritation of the skin. REF. A
(Welts or raised rashes are considered adverse effects and should be reported to the manufacturer
. Only a smooth redness or no visible redness should occur.)
The Panel does not accept claims that counterirritants relieve pain by
penetrating the skin and passing into muscles, joints and other
structures. REF. A
5) In addition to irritation, counterirritants may
also produce sensitization,in which case immunological phenomena are
involved. REF. A
6) For counerirritant drugs the statement should be
"for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and
joints,such as simple backache, lumbago, arthritis, neuralgia, strains,
bruises, and sprains. REF. ANEURALGIA.
Neuralgia, understood as resulting
from nerve compression due to edema or swelling within the muscles and
viscera being felt as tenderness (aka pain). Where tenderness (aka
pain) is a characteristic of swelling as described in REF. A
2) acute paroxysmal pain radiating along the course of one or more nerves
usually without demonstrable changes in the nerve structure REF. DPHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS.
panel stresses that in most cases continued contact of a film of the
active ingredient is essential for efficacy. REF. A
(Do not rub in,
keep on top of the skin.)INFLAMMATION, ADDRESSED BY HYDROCORTISONE PRODUCT.
1) Inflammation is a pathological process (not the disease) that occurs in the blood vessels and adjacent tissues. REF. A
Inflammation is characterized by heat, redness, swelling and tenderness
of the affected tissues. REF. A
(Heat can be seen visually or by
advanced technology such as FDA Medical Devices Clearance Regarding Infrared Cameras.
)EDEMA & SWELLING IN JOINTS
1) ADDRESSED USING COUNTER IRRITANTSMUSCLES.
1) Cardiac Muscle, Found solely in the walls of the heart. It has similarities with
skeletal muscles in that it is striated and with smooth muscles in that
its contractions are not under conscious control
2) Skeletal Muscles are those which attach to bones and have the main
function of contracting to facilitate movement of our skeletons. They
are also sometimes known as striated muscles due to their appearance.
3) Smooth muscle is found in the walls of hollow organs such as the
Stomach, Oesophagus, Bronchi and in the walls of blood vessels. This
muscle type is stimulated by involuntary neurogenic impulses and has
slow, rhythmical contractions used in controlling internal organs, for
example, moving food along the Oesophagus or contricting blood vessels
during Vasoconstriction. (Most affected muscle when it comes to edema and inflammation causing tenderness aka pain.)
4) Example Venous Smooth Muscles
, Venous valves prevent the blood from flowing backwards,
thereby permitting unidirectional flow that enhances venous return. Ref. http://www.cvphysiology.com/Cardiac%20Function/CF018.htm
5) Vascular smooth muscle
refers to the particular type of smooth muscle found within, and composing the majority of the wall of blood vessels. Ref. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vascular_smooth_muscle
Serious illnesses can cause physical symptoms, such as pain, nausea or
fatigue. You may also have psychological symptoms like depression or
anxiety. The treatments for your disease may cause symptoms or side
effects. Palliative care relieves symptoms without curing your disease.
2) Three forms of nonnarcotic palliative care approaches include Analgesic, Counterirritants and Warm Baths As Referenced
(not hot baths).
RELIABLE OBJECTIVE METHODS FOR DETERMINING THE EFFICACY OF EXTERNALLY APPLIED INGREDIENTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE (back in 1979) . REF. A
Presently using Thermal Imaging / Infrared Cameras that has been
approved by the FDA as an objective method of visualizing edema, swelling ,
circulation changes, while also visualizing reactions under microscope
viewing and measuring electrical charge using EKG electrodes connected
to voltmeters downloading results into computer data base. Thermal
Images & measurement of electrical charges have not been evaluated
or approved by the FDA in determining External Analgesic Efficacy. Ref. Infrared Camera Inc.
for edema, swelling and circulation observations (2008). C Morgan
REF. A: United States Federal Register / Vol. 44, No. 234 / Tuesday, December 4, 1979 pp 69768 - 69866 & United States Federal Register / Vol. 48, No. 27 / Tuesday, February 8, 1983
REF. B: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
REF. C: National Library of Medicine, http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html
REF. D: http://www.merriam-webster.com/medlineplus/
What makes it healthy to eliminate all edema and swelling within the body when it is used by so many functions to reduce further injury, the reason we believe when it is possible, ArNeu maybe a better choice for addressing pain symptoms.
WHY USE ArNeu FOR MUSCLE & JOINTS
CHRONIC PAIN ●
POST SURGICAL PAIN DUE TO STRAINS & SPRAINS
INJURY, DISEASE and TOXICITY RELATED PAINS IN MUSCLES & JOINTS
WHILE WE ARE REVISING OUR WEBSITE PLEASE USE THE INFORMATION BELOW
understand the contents of this site for in part pertaining to the
definition of "pain", "muscle & joint", "penetrating", "for the
temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints" refer
back to "Federal Register / Vol. 44, No. 234 / December 4, 1979" and the
following up dates found in "Federal Register/ Vol. 48, No. 27 /
Tuesday, February 8, 1983", and the Referenced Materials, reading this before mentioned references should easily bring content to words such as 1) inflammation 2) musculoskeletal 3) generally recognized as safe and effective and not misbranded 4)
ingredients which stimulate cutaneous sensory receptors (it is not
noted or designated as being a chemical toxin stimulation or electrical
stimulation derived from metabolic waste and the counter-irritant, c
Morgan) can be further
classified pharmacological as topical counterirritants 5) an
externally applied substance that causes irritation or mild inflammation
of the skin for the purpose of relieving pain in muscles, joints or
viscera distal to the site of application 6) panel relied on standard references and texts and on its own expertise 7) the panel stresses that in most cases continued contact of a film of the active ingredient is essential for efficacy 8) pain is characterized by heat, redness, swelling and tenderness of the affected tissues 9) the swelling and tenderness accompanying pain 10)
however in that the pain relief they produce results from
stimulation--rather than depression--of cutaneous sensory receptors and
occurs in structures of the body other than the skin areas to which they
are applied as, for example, in joints, muscles, tendons, and certain
Do Not Rub ArNeu In Completely, Rubbing In Will Substantially Reduce The Effectiveness of ArNeu.
A Thin Film On The Skin So That It May React With The Metabolic Waste
Produced By Stressed Tissues
most common type of pain is Arthritis and is felt as multiple symptoms
in both young and old, often being found as an acute symptom in the
young progressing to chronic symptoms
as we age.
There are several types of arthritis known with Osteoarthritis and
Rheumatoid probably being the two most common. Common areas where
Arthritis may occur include back, knee, shoulder, neck but may develop
anywhere a joint or muscle is present. ArNeu does not treat the disease
but does address the symptoms that maybe related. These symptoms may include stiffness, reduction in joint or muscle
movement, pain being sharp or dull or cramping that may occur when
restriction of movement results in muscle cramping or night time leg or
foot pain or cramping a pain that is sometimes a combination of
arthritis and diabetic neuropathy, peripheral neuropathy, cancer chemotherapy or radiation reactions or restless leg
syndrome for example only. See Controlling Risk Factors for Osteoarthritis
strain is when a muscle becomes overstretched and tears. This painful
injury, also called a "pulled muscle," can be caused by an accident,
improper use of a muscle, or overuse of a muscle (reference
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000042.htm). This is
normally caused by excessive physical activity, but may also be seen post-surgically when tissues have been shortened or atrophied. With the most severe occurrence being post burn
where the strain develops due to scar tissue contraction. Concluding
that there are several identifiable causes of strained muscles that are
often not addressed, per the definition.
ArNeu, is a nonprescription cream for pain, being described as a multidisciplinary pain symptom management tool. Having value as an objective approach for joint and pain relief, within several healthcare specialties, in conjunction with prescription pain medications to reduce valued therapy lapses while increasing patients well being by providing relief from joint pain and muscle pain.
ArNeu is designed to provide Muscle & Joint pain relief, it is the patented "Metabolic Activity Test" process that has brought ArNeu into the market replacing other long
time favorites. By using ArNeu over a period of time it has been
reported by some of those who didn't feel immediate relief they did
experience some relief with the continued application of ArNeu as a cream for pain.
value include but not limited to: Oncology, Neurologist, Pain
Management , Naturalpathic, Physical Therapist, Chiropractor, Massage
Therapist, Orthopedic and Multidisciplinary Patient Care Professionals.
CC Medical Devices, Inc. hopes that you see that ArNeu may provide a much less complicated approach resulting in better patient
compliance and acceptance when it comes to pain relief for arthritis as
a relief therapy for joints and muscles. While further recognizing
that not only does arthritis pain create muscle and joint pain that
other forms of diseases and trauma will create or amplify the need for
joint pain relief by using either a pain gel or cream for pain but all
are used for temporary relief and are not a joint pain remedy.
Consumers May Order On The Internet At www.HatePain.com, Prices May Be Lower At A Distributor's Office
Or Contact: CC Medical Devices, Inc. (aka ArNeu), 1467 E. 151st Street, Olathe, KS 66062
Questions? Email To info@ArNeu.com