Stop Pain Fast In Its Tracks-Naturally!

Imagine a pain-free day, no sore joints or muscles, without the use of over the counters, heating pads, or menthol patches!
Relief RX is a combination of potent ingredients proven to naturally reduce inflammation and pain at the source, all while leaving skin soft and nourished.

How Can a Topical Solution Be Effective?

There are roughly 20% of Americans living with chronic daily pain1. That is 50 million times pain has taken over; leaving those susceptible to try and manage joint and muscle pain with steroids, anti-inflammatories, and other inconvenient means.

When other forms of relief are fleeting, what is the difference when using a “natural” remedy like Relief RX?

Relief RX is different. Topically delivering White Willow Bark, Hemp OiI, Aloe, and other trace minerals that work together to impact pain at the source!

Relief RX's proprietary blend of natural herbal ingredients gently absorbs into the skin to provide comfort and relief when and where you need it most.

No more waiting for pain pills to "kick in" (just to suffer nasty side-effects) or be tied to a heating pad, the secret to effective, fast relief, is in a bottle of Relief RX!

Is This The World’s Most Healing Plant?

Aloe Vera has been very extensively used in health foods, cosmetics, and traditional medicines1. Various studies have revealed that active compounds in Aloe possess a range of pharmaceutical activities, including anti-inflammatory2, anti-oxidative3, anti-aging4, anti-cancer5 and immunomodulatory effects6, in all of which the lowering of reactive oxygen species was involved.

Aloe is quite simply one of the most healing plants in nature.

It’s good for burns, stings and wounds, sunburn (used as an after-sun preparation), dry irritated skin and upset guts. It’s a godsend for people with itchy, hot rashes, such as eczema and urticarial.

I have a garden full of aloe. It’s easy to grow. If anyone gets hurt, I just break off a small chunk; it oozes healing jelly and all that’s required is to rub it on the sore or wound.

Yes, it’s antiseptic too.
I wouldn’t be without that amazing plant in my life.

Other proven ingredients for
natural pain relief*:

White Willow Bark

White Willow Bark used from as early as 500 B.C., white willow bark contains salicin, similar to aspirin for its pain-relief capacity.

It has been used to address headaches, joint-pain, cramps, and even osteoarthritis.

Hemp Oil

Hemp Oil carries out beneficial and protective physiological reactions, which helps regulate mechanisms involving mood, sleep, appetite, hormones, pain and immune response.

Relief Rx's formulation enhances the efficacy of hemp oil to achieve results that are unequaled by conventional products.


Other trace minerals are necessary for our bodies to operate! Relief RX utilizes these minerals support electrical impulse pathways, which aids our bodies repair themselves.





30-Day Money-Back Guarantee!

If, within 30 days of receiving Relief Rx, you are not satisfied with the product, simply call customer service at 877-296-6880 and return the product for a complete refund of your purchase price (less shipping and processing). We will refund your payment when your product is timely returned, and within 7-14 business days of our receipt of the returned product if purchased using third-party credit, such as a Visa or Mastercard.
*The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.

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