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Anybody got experience with anti inflammatory drugs?

jonisingt35rjjonisingt35r Posts: 165
edited 12/22/2017 - 6:08 AM in Pain Medications

Would be greatfull if anybody if could share their experience with any anti inflammatory drugs that they use and work.

I've just started to use naxophrine who i think may be helping me/ibrophine doesn't do anything which seems strange.

Thank you.



  • nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 274

    @jonisingt35r - I also had little help with conventional anti inflammatory drugs. Everyone's case is different, but I got the most benefit with CBD Oil. Turmeric also helped me.

  • I've been told voltorol is sopposed to be good?

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  • nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 274

    Did you intend to type "voltaren". I don't have experience that that one. It is also an NSAID.

  • I make Golden Paste with Turmeric. Its great for inflammation and a whole host of other things

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  • Yes voltarine.

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  • LizLiz Posts: 9,107

    There is Voltarol brand name as well as Volteren they are brand names for diclofenac an NSAID

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  • jonisingt35rjjonisingt35r Posts: 165
    edited 01/07/2018 - 9:01 AM

    Thanks Jeff,

    I think they are doing something im taking napropxen, combined with tramadol, my pain is greatly reduced. Just worried about long term effects I'm taking them daily only half. A dose

    But I see somepeople do take.these long term without any problems

  • I agree with n.c007,

    some NSAIDS don't really help when I need strong relief. Then again everyone's body and medical condition is different so the result will vary.

    Cbd oil helps because it's a natural form of plant extract that interacts with the natural cannabinoids in your body and reduces pain and inflammation. You can take it as an oil that can be ingested orally, tincture or inhaled through a vaporizer (arizer solo & air).

    Personally, I choose to stay away from harsh and synthetic chemicals. They all come with more issues. Problems with the brain and stomach. I've never had a problem eating the oil, it makes me feel good and really takes my mind off the pain. When I wake up the next day I feel rejuvenated, like brand spanking new. I hope this helps somebody out there. Best of luck to everyone!


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