83 days ago

Pain Gel - Totally natural and effective

Kate from Country Herbals Cottage Shop

How do we know our Pain Gel works?
1. Customers keep coming back
2. Animals don't lie
Pain Gel has many uses. It has now been around for well over a decade, and sells as fast as we can make it. I am confident it could be helping more people if they A) knew about it and B) realise they can easily give it a try. (Free samples are available when putting an order in, in our online store)
countryherbalsstore.ecwid.com
Pain Gel has:
* Peppermint for anti-inflammatory
* Herbs for Healing
* Works on joint and muscle pain, period pain, sciatica etc.
* Continued use can heal nerve damage (numbness)
* Aloe Vera Gel Base
* A little goes a long way
I have lost track of how many times animals I have helped using Pain Gel - ie birds (chickens, budgies) Can't put leg down, leg/foot hot, and because of pain, not eating. Within minutes of applying just a little on the leg/foot, you see improvement and often they start eating again.
For people - one example are my own knees!
For months they were swollen, I couldn't kneel, I was diagnosed with bursitis. After months of accupunture, and still no improvement, I started putting Pain Gel on once or twice a day, and I am happy to report, I can now see my knees again, and I can kneel! I can't promise miracles, but I do know it has helped many people, otherwise I would not still be making it!
120g $30.00 60g $16.00
(We no longer make the 30g as no one was buying it!)
Kate Bennett
Country Herbals Natural Products
Ngongotaha Cottage Shop - TEXT A TIME TO VISIT
Online Store direct: countryherbalsstore.ecwid.com
Email: kate.countryherbals@gmail.com
Website: countryherbals.co.nz
Ph 07 357 2006 or 021 144 1113

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