Diabetic neuropathy - Neuragen/Neuragel

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Ms Kitty
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   Posted 4/16/2009 8:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Has anyone tried this?  If it even helps a little it would be great!
Ms. Kitty

Severe diabetic neuropathy, 3 stents, arthritis, R/BK amputee
Duragesic pain patches, Vicodin ES, Elevil, insulin and lots of other meds

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   Posted 4/16/2009 8:59 PM (GMT -6)   
wish I could help, but just hold on as someone should be along..
If not then try posting this in the diabetes forum
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   Posted 4/16/2009 10:52 PM (GMT -6)   
Ms. Kitty,
I guess you must mean neuragen or neuragel, but this is the first I've heard of either. If there's no downside and they're not too expensive, probably worth a try. But I can't help you out on this one.

Hopefully someone else can.


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   Posted 4/16/2009 11:03 PM (GMT -6)   
Ms kitty
Tried what?? Oh I googled the title of the thread! now I understand! No I have not tried that, I must admit I am a little leery about using allot of topical stuff though! I have tried some pain creme ( we have a compounding pharmacy close by and I know the pharmacist there and he called my pain Doc and then made up this creme that was suppose to be super-duper and help relieve the pain in my back and neck! I couldn't see that it did anything but lighten the weight of my wallet, it was 65 bucks for a tiny little jar of the stuff! and it had a funny smell to it tooo!

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   Posted 4/18/2009 12:28 AM (GMT -6)   
I have tried Neuragen. I still have I guess, half a bottle of it, its hard to tell because the label covers the entire bottle, and its hard to see into it.

I used it and it did relieve the stinging, burning and muscle spams from my feet. I felt as a new person. I suffered no effects while using it.

Its unlike the creams that has the capstaion <spelling> cream, or menthol. So it doesnt use peppers, to relieve the pain, which can be quite painful or hot. It also doesnt use menthol to cool the effect. Sometimes, peppermint is used. But Neuragen doesnt have any of that.

Homeopathic Ingredients:

Hypericum 12C
Aconitum napellius 12C
Lycopdium 12C
Phosphorus 12C
Rhus toxicodendron 12C
Secale corntum 12C
Other Ingredients:

Purified extracts from lavender, geranium, bergamot, euclyptus and tea tree.

Manufactured for Origin Biomed Inc.

I was in severe pain, and I had a choice. I could spend the $30. plus tax on 10 pills of my medicine. And still would be in pain after those ran out, or I could take a chance, and buy Neuragen. It was as if I didnt have the pain at all.

So I recommend trying it. I did and I was glad I did


I saw the avertisement at first, ran in the Columbus Dispatch.

So I bought it. I applied it. And it worked.

It relieved the pain, the stinging, the muscle spasms. My feet was cold. And it returned to normal temp. I was able to walk correctly. I was able to go shopping with the wife. It was as if ?I didnt h
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