The prevalence of joint discomfort and body aches due to everyday exertion among our ever-increasing, aging society is well known, and the public is crying out for effective nutraceutical solutions. Pain-Rx® incorporates a blend of 10 herbal extracts, many of which are being newly introduced to the dietary supplement industry by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals with the introduction of Pain-Rx®. These ingredients have a proven track record of efficacy over centuries of use in traditional Mayan Indian medicine. Pain-Rx® is a unique COX-2 inhibitor because, while it inhibits the "bad" COX-2 enzyme, it does not interfere with the action of the "good" COX-1 enzyme, which means Pain-Rx® has the unique distinction of being a selective COX inhibitor. Pain-Rx® is "quick-acting" and provides benefits with the very first use. For enhanced joint healthcare and COX-2 inhibition, Pain-Rx® can be used effectively in conjunction with Joint-Rx™.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease. This product should not be used in place of or as a substitute for recommendations by your healthcare professional. No clinical study has been performed on Pain-Rx®. These statements are based on the active ingredients: White willow bark, Boswellia, Yerba mate, Tumeric, Chiococca alba, Paullinia tomentosa, and Phellodendron.
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