My Pain Away Fibro Cream – Read This Review First!

When I first heard about Topricin My Pain Away Fibro Cream, I must admit, I was skeptical. It sounded almost too good to be true. A cream that is all natural and can relieve pain that well without the need for a prescription and at that price point! Still, many fibromyalgia sufferers swear by it, so I felt I had to do a review on this product to see for myself what all the hype is about, and whether it is warranted.

The Claim

Topricin Fibro Cream is a patented rub designed to relieve pain at the cellular level while helping the body heal the damage that is causing pain. The cream is doctor and pharmacist recommended, can be applied 4 times a day or as needed and works without any negative side effects.

It reduces the duration and intensity of fibromyalgia flair ups and provides soothing relief of muscle and nerve pain at tender points. They also point out that it helps to reduce the need for pain pills, improves sleep and overall quality of life. The product is not only safe and effective but contains a combination of natural biomedicines.

My Experience

Overall, I must say I was a bit shocked. I had actually made up my mind that It was not going to work but was pleasantly surprised to learn that it not only worked for my chronic upper back and neck pain and carpal tunnel, but the results lasted almost the entire day.

I thought, if it works this well for me, I must give it to someone with severe fibromyalgia pain, to get their opinion. After all, what works for my pain, may not necessarily work for someone else. Sandy, someone I’ve know for many years was willing to try it out for a week for the sake of this article and now she is ordering three more.

What is in this stuff?

Here is the list of ingredients the company provides from their website. Then I will give you a bit of a break-down of some of the things on this list. You may be surprised, when you find out what’s actually in this cream…I know I was!

      Active Ingredient                                          Purpose

Aesculus Hippocastanum 6X         Pain in the lower back, hip and spine

Arnica Montana 3X                         Impact, falling and contusion to muscles and joints

Belladonna 6X                                 Muscle spasms, night leg cramps

Crotalus Horridus 12X                   Impact injuries and deep muscle bruising

Echinacea 3X                                    Sharp stitching pain in joints and muscles

Graphites 3X                                    Skin conditions

Heloderma 12X                               Burning pain in the hands and feet

Lachesis Mutus 12X                        Sciatic pain and carpal tunnel

Naja Tripudians 12X                        Nerve injury pain

Rhus Toxicodendron 8X                 Muscle cramping, joint and post-surgical pain

Ruta Graveolens 3X                         Injuries to the knee, shin and elbow

Inactive Ingredients:

Captex 300 (from coconut fatty acids), Carbopol® Ultrez 10 (from sucrose), Cetyl Alcohol (from coconut oil), Spectrastat G2 (derived from coconut), Glycerine (vegetable-based), Hydrokote (palm kernel oil with lecithin), lsopropyl Myristate emollient (from palm seeds), Lipomulse (from coconut fatty acids), Purified Water, Sodium hydroxide, Steareth-21 (from stearic acid cocoa butter)

Aesculus Hippocastanum

Horse-Chestnut

Aesculus Hippocastanum, most commonly referred to a horse-chestnut, is a species of flowering plant. The seed extract has been used for its venotonic effect, vascular protection, anti-inflammatory properties and helps destroy free radicals. It is primarily used for chronic venous insufficiency.

Arnica Montana

Arnica Montana are part of the aster, daisy, composite, or sunflower family and is one of the best- known homeopathic remedies. It has been used with great success for bruising, when damage occurs to blood vessels underneath the skin, causing them to rupture and leak blood.

It’s no wonder this ingredient is included in My Pain Away Fibro Cream for impact, falling and contusion to muscles and joints. It contains manganese and selenium as well,  which are both powerful antioxidants. Manganese is an essential mineral needed for healthy bones, wound healing, and the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and cholesterol.

Belladonna

Belladonna

Belladonna (Atropa Belladonna) is a poisonous plant and is sometimes known as deadly nightshade. It can be found in parts of Asia and Europe. Yes, you read that correctly! Ingesting the leaves or berries of this plant can be deadly, but not to worry, when used correctly in appropriate doses, belladonna is safe to use as part of regular medicinal practices.

In fact, belladonna is used in many over the counter, homeopathic cough syrups and decongestants, even one’s designed for children. Take my pain away Fibro cream is also safe for children over 2 years of age. Having said that I would still advise that for safety reasons, any formulations containing this ingredient be stored in a place where they remain out of children’s reach.

Crotalus Horridus ,Heloderma and Naja tripudians

Crotalus Horridus, (timber Rattlesnake), Heloderma (beaded lizard) and Naja Tripudians (the Indian cobra). On the Topricin website, it states:

“at present, Topricin topical formulations include four specific venoms in dilute form, with specific mechanisms postulated to include ion- and acid-sensing channel effects and other cellular signaling mechanisms, resulting in inflammatory and microcirculatory changes. These channel effects and cellular signaling mechanisms may improve vascular function and anti- inflammatory response and have been identified for the development of pain management treatments.”

Rattlesnake

That’s right, venom! But as strange as it sounds, after a little research I found that the use of venom to treat pain and inflammation is not an entirely new concept. Apparently scientists have been studying venom from snakes and spiders that might lead to pain relievers that are more effective and safer than prescription opioids.

Toxicodendron Radicans

Toxicodendron Radicans commonly known as poison ivy, is a poisonous Asian and Eastern North American flowering plant. Again, a rather strange, and yes, poisonous ingredient! Still, according to many reliable sources, including WebMD, the leaves can and are used to make medicine.

Although it can cause a serious, long-lasting rash, if touched, the leaves are used in homeopathic preparations to treat pain, rheumatoid arthritis, menstrual period problems, swelling, and itchy skin disorders. Some studies even attribute this plant to a decrease in inflammation.

Poison Ivy

What I like about Topricin Fibro Cream

First, I was impressed that it worked! I also love the fact that it is chemical free, is safe for the elderly, pregnant and nursing women (wish I knew about this when I was pregnant), has no side effects and no scent at all! Yah, I don’t have to go around smelling like a peppermint candy anymore. I believe that it can help reduce the amount of pain pills one takes and therefore may also contribute to a reduction in opioid abuse or dependency.

I was also glad to learn that 3% of Topricin My Pain Away Fibro Cream profits are donated to Fibro Research Foundations. The company has been around since 1994 and has other products on the market as well that are worth looking into, including: After burn cream, sports cream and foot pain relief cream. Click this link for the best price I have found so far.

Worth a try

At a price point of under $12.00 a tube, it is affordable and absolutely worth a try. As always, it’s a good idea and just good common sense to talk to our doc before giving anything new a try. My friend and I are definitely believers now. Hope you have enjoyed this honest review article and I would like to hear from you If you have any questions or comments. If you have tried this product, I would love to know about your experience. Thanks!

8 thoughts on “My Pain Away Fibro Cream – Read This Review First!

  1. Stephanie

    Oh wow! I haven’t heard about belladonna in a really long time. When I was a teenager I was actually recommended it for a skin condition. I just remember that it smelled terribly, but the ease it caused was all worth it. Im currently suffering from psoriatic arthritis, would you recommend me trying this product? 

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    1. Michelle Post author

      Stephanie,

      Yes! In fact many people including myself, use it for non fibromyalgia related pain. It is definitely worth a try, and the bonus is this cream does not smell bad like the one you had to use in the past. Let me know if it works out for you and thanks for commenting. 

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  2. Neko Cat

    I have to admit a thirteen dollar tube of cream that actually works for pain has me quite skeptical. I had been reviewing various CBD and hemp creams for my dad who is constantly in a great deal of pain. Now, I’m thinking of actually buying this through your link. Thanks to your article, I now have a tube in my cart. I’ll get it for my dad and let you know how it works in comparison to his CBD salve. Thanks!

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    1. Michelle Post author

      Neko Cat,

      I’m so glad you found this review article informative and helpful. Let me know if it works for your dad.
      All the best!

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  3. bjgteach

    Hi.  Had to look up some background on your topic before I felt comfortable commenting on it.  Here’s what I found:  Is is a syndrome that affects muscle and soft tissue; very common (More than 3 million cases per year in US); Treatments can help manage condition; no known cure; doesn’t require lab test or imaging; common for ages 35-50; more common in females; and family history may increase likelihood.  What this tells me is that your topic is evergreen, there will always be people looking for relief from fibromyalgia, both in the US and around the world.  The fact that there is no known cure gives you a great niche from which to provide ongoing, and maybe even first on the block, useful information to your audience.  An audience, it seems to me, that is made up of people suffering from fibromyalgia or who know someone suffering from it.  Pain is a great font of prospective readers.  At first I thought the topic might be a bit narrow and focused, and of course it is to a degree, but people with muscle pain will find you without even searching specifically for fibromyalgia, or even knowing about it.  I think this topic should keep you busy with a growing audience.  

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    1. Michelle Post author

      Thanks and I’m glad you like the topic, more people need to get the word out there about natural remedies for fibromyalgia. Let me know what you think of fibro cream when you get the chance to use it.

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  4. MrBiizy

    Hello Mitchell. Thank you for sharing your review of My Pain Away Fibro Cream based on your research and experience using it. Whenever I am in search for a product, I always buy base on research, websites reviews and what the users are saying about it. I’m dazed so far by the testimonies of this product as it ihas been proven to be effective enough and has not a single side effects + it is very affordable. It’s worth giving a try.

    My kind regard!

    MrBiizy.

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  5. Michelle Post author

    Hey, thanks for your comments. Yes, one of the great things about this product is that it is affordable. Effective, no side effects and affordable, you can’t get better than that. Thank you for taking the time to read the article.

    Take care!

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