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Neuroveen for Relieving Neuropathy Symptoms
by N J Howell
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Neuroveen is non-stimulating, will not make you drowsy and is safe for use by diabetics.
This special homeopathic formulation safely helps to relieve pain and numbness associated with neuropathy as well as helping address other common symptoms such as burning sensations, tingling, weakness and sensitivity.
Neuroveen is an OTC Homeopathic Medicine (FDA product listed NDC# 49726-015-02) and may be used with other prescription or OTC medications
What is in Neuroveen? This is a very comprehensive homeopathic formula, containing ingredients very specific to neuropathy pain sufferers. This formula is sugarfree and does not contain alcohol or gluten. Neuroveen ingredients:
Aconitum napellus HPUS, Agaricus muscarius HPUS, Baryta muriatica HPUS, Calendula officinalis HPUS, Carbo vegetabilis HPUS, Carduus marianus HPUS, Chamomilla HPUS, Dulcamara HPUS, Glonoinum HPUS, Hamamelis virginiana HPUS, Lycopersicum esculentum HPUS, Magnesia phosphorica HPUS, Phosphorus HPUS, Plumbum metallicum HPUS, Rhus toxicodendron HPUS, Secale cornutum HPUS.
For those unfamiliar with homeopathic terms, the letters "HPUS" mean that the components in this product are officially monographed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Each of the above ingredients contains equal volumes of 10X, 20X, and 30X potencies.
The various ingredients chosen for Neuroveen are chosen for their ability to address the following symptoms: Cramping, pain, aching, hyertrophy, joint support, neuralgia, soreness, stiffness, muscle pain, tenderness, sweating, tingling, weakness and fatique, and more.
ORDER Neuroveen for relieving neuropathy symptoms.
Health Care Disclaimer: If you have been diagnosed with neuropathy or diabetic neuropathy, you must check with your doctor before adding anything new to your health regimen. Homeopathics are usually safe to take, even with prescription medications, but you should still check with your doctor. If you suspect you may have undiagnosed neuropathy, see the necessary health professional to get testing and evaluation. Nothing here is represented as replacement for any needed medical attention.