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Bruise-Strain-Tear Repair is an all-natural, water-based trans-dermal gel that is designed to greatly enhance the healing of injuries. Twisted or sprained ankles, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff injuries all require the repair of tendons and ligaments. BST Repair relieves the pain while enhancing the activity level of the fibroblasts that produce the collagen to repair the damage. While repairing and relieving pain, it also improves muscle lubricity so that the remaining fibers share the load from the muscles. All of this together produces and ideal healing environment and takes weeks off the recovery time from acute injuries. Clinical studies have also show chronic condition clearing up with a couple months of use.This product doesn't mask the pain and leave the problem. This product repairs the damage so that you return to your sport stronger than before. Don't work-it-out, don't chill-it-out, don't cut it out. Fix it with all-natural, Bruise-Strain-Tear Repair.
How should it be used?
Since I have started a weight loss journey 8 months ago, I have become much more active and along with that comes bumps, bruises, strains and pains, so I was happy to get this Bruise-Strain-Tear Repair from Natures Rite. I love that it comes in a large easy to use tube and there is no offensive odor or greasy filmy mess left behind. The gel absorbs very nicely into the skin and does not stain or leave a residue on my clothes. I recently had an injury from a large bag of wet soil falling off a pallet which left me with 3 large deep bruises and a very sore knee. I thought, this is the perfect time to try Natures Rite Bruise-Strain-Tear Repair and I'm sure glad I did. I have been applying it a few times each day and I will continue to, while it helps with the repair. I have had no negative reactions and the pain and swelling is getting less and less each day.
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