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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Pain? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Pain. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Pain returned 37 matches.

Treatment Name EffectivenessWhat is this? User Reviews
ADENOSINE   Be the first to review it
ARNICA   Be the first to review it
BETA-GLUCANS   Be the first to review it
BROMELAIN   Be the first to review it
CAFFEINE   43 User Reviews
CAMPHOR   13 User Reviews
CAPSICUM   Be the first to review it
CAPSICUM   Be the first to review it
CLOVE   Be the first to review it
COMFREY   22 User Reviews
DEVIL'S CLAW   24 User Reviews
DMSO (DIMETHYLSULFOXIDE)   77 User Reviews
DMSO (DIMETHYLSULFOXIDE)   77 User Reviews
GLUCOSAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE   Be the first to review it
GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE   Be the first to review it
KUDZU   Be the first to review it
LACTOBACILLUS   Be the first to review it
LAVENDER   10 User Reviews
LAVENDER   10 User Reviews
LAVENDER   10 User Reviews
LICORICE   Be the first to review it
L-TRYPTOPHAN   Be the first to review it
LYCOPENE   Be the first to review it
MAGNESIUM   210 User Reviews
MAGNESIUM   210 User Reviews
MAGNESIUM   210 User Reviews
MARIJUANA   Be the first to review it
MARIJUANA   Be the first to review it
PHENYLALANINE   Be the first to review it
POTASSIUM   Be the first to review it
PROCAINE   Be the first to review it
PYCNOGENOL   Be the first to review it
PYCNOGENOL   Be the first to review it
SAW PALMETTO   Be the first to review it
VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)   Be the first to review it
WHEATGRASS   Be the first to review it
WILLOW BARK   Be the first to review it

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