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Substance P and Pain ReliefResearchers have been trying to determine how to stop pain by blocking the release ofSubstance P ever since its discovery in 1931.To explain a little more SP is a neurotransmitter. Its a chemical, produced in your body body,among others, that travels from the site of an injury to your brain and says that hurts! Asmall scratch will release a small amount. You stub your toe, a greater amount and abroken arm even a larger amount.Researchers, Physicians, and the Pharmaceutical Companies have been using powerful Pharmaceuticaldrugs to dampen the communication along the neuro neuro-pathways. This is the means in which .the body sends information to the brain.These oral medications are called NSAIDs. (Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs) There Non Drugsare prescriptions and over the counter medications made available to the consumer.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in recent years, has lowered some of their (FDA),dosage recommendations for NASIDs and taken others off the market. Several warnings warningabout their use have been issued. There is the likelihood of liver and kidney damage. damageThere are risks of heart attack and stroke overdose and addiction. Even death has been stroke,reported.As we use these oral pain medications the neuro-pathways are closed off and Substance P pathwaysdoesn’t reach the brain. What’s interesting is, as we block the neurotransmitters, our bodies neurotransmittersgets smarter and produces more SP. As the drug wears off, and the pathways arereopened, theres an increase of SP released and sent to the brain telling you how bad ithurts. This is why, over time, you have to take more and more oral pain medications toachieve the same results. In other wo you build up a tolerance and actually perpetuate a wordscycle of pain.Can SP levels be reduced in the body?Look at humble chili pepper and one of its components. The capsicum family of plants, of s plantswhich the chili pepper is a member, has the component capsaicin. Used as a topical lotionit is well known as a pain relieve and for reducing SP levels. reliever
Just so you know, capsicum itself may be irritating. It can cause an uncomfortable burningsensation. .There is a very potent but gentle form of capsicum. 3X which means 3 parts per million andcombined with a unique blend of homeopathic, herbal, and nutritional ingredients with0.08% of capsicum.By using the pain-relieving power of the capsicum family, you are doing yourself two reallybig favors. You relieve your pain and you reduce the amount of SP in your body.Experiencing absolutely none of the adverse side effects reported from oral painmedication. A topical lotion that delivers relief right to the location of pain and is notingested to travel through the entire body.If you have chronic pain and have been taking oral pain medications it has taken time tobuild up the high levels of SP. It will take time to start bringing those levels down. As muchas four weeks. Because of the SP reducing qualities of the capsicum family of plants,youre likely to require less and less the longer you use it because youll have less and lessSubstance P and pain.Blocking SP is not the right idea. Reducing its release sounds better.With the addition of homeopathic, herbal and nutritional ingredients Substance P levelshave a tendency to drop and pain levels respond in the same manner. What a greatstrategy.News and Information:The dangers of addiction and abuse.Regulatory, legislative and business news and informationPublications and Information