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New Topical Painkiller Relieves Severe Pain in Minutes
Date:4/13/2009

ENCINO, Calif., April 13 /PRNewswire/ bluMjk (pronounced "Blue Magic"), a new over-the-counter topical painkiller, uses patent pending skin and nerve penetrating technology to relieve the majority of moderate to severe pain experienced by most pain sufferers. Within minutes of a topical application, bluMjk restores pain nerve fibers to their natural resting state, which eliminates the sensation of pain. R & S Research developed this new penetrating technology to quickly and safely deliver the active ingredient, salicylate, deep into the skin and target nerve cells without any side- effects.

Salicylate has historically been an effective oral pain reliever acting as a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug, with the same mode of action as aspirin or ibuprofen. Topically, applied bluMjk works much faster and much more powerfully to relieve moderate to severe pain in a wide variety of pain conditions.

The unique combination of all natural ingredients which comprise the carrier system of this new formulation bring the active ingredient, salicylate, through the layers of the skin and then through the cell membrane of the nerves that transmit the sensation of pain to the brain. Because of the speed with which bluMjk works the R & S Research team concluded the effect of bluMjk on these pain nerves is to shut off their output and restore them to a resting state. Because bluMjk is not an anesthetic it has no effect on any other nerves, and sensations of touch, pressure, hot, cold, etc are unaffected by this medication. Since the effect of bluMjk takes place where the pain originates there is no effect on the brain and therefore no chance of habituation or addiction. bluMjk is as powerful as a narcotic and as safe as aspirin.

bluMjk has been used in a large variety of clinical pain syndromes effectively, including tension and migraine headaches, both osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, various ner
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