What is PAIN-enz?
PAIN-enz is a pain reliever that utilizes the pain relief properties of capsaicin instead of relying on pharmaceuticals remedies. This is a topical pain reliever that comes in a roll on format. It typically costs about $15 a bottle. This product is generally only available through online vendors.
PAIN-enz contains Capsaicin, water, dimethicone, steareth-2, steareth-20, methyl paraben, propylparaben and diazolidinyl urea.
PAIN-enz should not be used as a pain reliever for kids under the age of 12 and it should not be used on open wounds.
PAIN-enz is intended to be used for minor aches and pains. It is recommended for treating the pain associated with the following medical conditions: arthritis, inflammation, shoulder pain, backaches, leg and knee pain, sports sprains and strains, bursitis, muscle pain, tennis elbow, foot pain and neck pain and stiffness. To use this product simply roll the product on the sore area of your body, rubbed the product into your skin, repeating the application as needed as long as this does not exceed 4 times a day.
You can find PAIN-enz on its official website www.Pain-enz.com, or you can find it at other As Seen on TV vendor websites. You will typically find the best prices for this product on the official PAIN-enz website. Other products offered by the manufacturer of PAIN-enz include: the Un-diet, Good Night’s Sleep and Snore-enz,
Pros of PAIN-enz
What I like most about PAIN-enz is that it utilizes the natural pain relieving properties of Capsaicin. Capsaicin is a compound that is extracted from pepper plants. This compound has been used for generations as a topical pain reliever for several painful conditions. The second thing that I like about PAIN-enz is that it won’t interact with prescription medications. PAIN-enz is also easy to apply. You simply roll it on to the affected area and massage the product into the sore area. Finally PAIN-enz is very effective at taking the edge off of severe pain while you are waiting for aspirin or ibuprofen tablets to kick in.
I have personally used it for treating migraine headaches and menstrual cramps. By applying this topical treatment to the affected area the sharp edge of the pain was dulled making the pain bearable until the pharmaceutical treatment started to work.
Cons of PAIN-enz
The first con of PAIN-enz is that it is not intended to treat moderate to strong pain. The second con of PAIN-enz is that because it is a topical treatment some areas of the body are more difficult to treat with this product. For example it is difficult for a person to apply this product to their own back. The final con of PAIN-enz is that it is an expensive pain reliever. At $15 a bottle this product is $5 to $10 more expensive than a bottle of aspirin, Tylenol or Alleve. However, you can get a price break on this product by buying more than one bottle at a time. You can save $2 per bottle when you buy two bottles at a time and you can save over $3.50 per bottle by buying three bottles at a time.