Break Free from Neu­ropa­thy with a New Sup­port­ive Care Cream

A patented re­lief cream stands to help mil­lions of Amer­i­cans crip­pled from the side ef­fects of neu­ropa­thy by in­creas­ing sen­sa­tion and blood flow wher­ever it’s ap­plied

Outdoor Life - - 10,000 STRIPS - By Dr. Henry Es­ber PH.D

BOS­TON, MA − A re­cent break­through stands to help mil­lions of Amer­i­cans plagued by burn­ing, tin­gling and numb legs and feet. But this time it comes in the form of a cream, not a pill, sug­gest­ing the med­i­cal com­mu­nity may have been go­ing about the prob­lem all wrong. The break­through, called Di­abasens, is a new re­lief cream de­vel­oped for manag­ing the re­lent­less dis­com­fort caused by neu­ropa­thy. When ap­plied di­rectly to the legs and feet, it causes ar­ter­ies and blood ves­sels to ex­pand, in­creas­ing the flow of warm, nu­tri­ent rich blood to dam­aged tis­sue. How­ever, what’s most re­mark­able about the cream...and what makes it so bril­ that it con­tains one of the only nat­u­ral sub­stances known to ac­ti­vate a spe­cial sen­sory path­way right be­low the sur­face of the skin. This path­way is called TRPA1 and it con­trols the sen­si­tiv­ity of nerves. In lay­men terms, it de­ter­mines whether you feel pins and nee­dles or sooth­ing re­lief. Stud­ies show that symp­toms of neu­ropa­thy arise when the nerves in your legs de­te­ri­o­rate and blood flow is lost to the ar­eas which sur­round them. As the nerves be­gins to die, sen­sa­tion is lost. This lack of sen­sa­tion is what causes the feel­ings of burn­ing, tin­gling and numb­ness. This is why the mak­ers of Di­abasens say their cream has per­formed so well in a re­cent clin­i­cal use sur­vey tria: it in­creases sen­sa­tion and blood flow where ever its ap­plied.

No Pills, No Pre­scrip­tions, No Agony

Un­til now, many doc­tors have failed to con­sider a top­i­cal cream as an ef­fec­tive way to man­age neu­ropa­thy. Di­abasens is prov­ing it may be the only way go­ing for­ward. “Most of to­day’s treat­ment meth­ods have fo­cused on min­i­miz­ing dis­com­fort in­stead of at­tack­ing its un­der­lin­ing cause. That’s why mil­lions of adults are still in ex­cru­ci­at­ing pain every sin­gle day, and are con­stantly deal­ing with side ef­fects” ex­plains Dr. Es­ber, the cre­ator of Di­abasens. “Di­abasens is dif­fer­ent. Since the most com­monly re­ported symp­toms − burn­ing, tin­gling and numb legs and feet − are caused by lack of sen­sa­tion of the nerves, we’ve de­signed the for­mula in­crease their sen­si­tiv­ity. And since these nerves are lo­cated right be­low the skin, we’ve cho­sen to for­mu­late it as a cream. This al­lows for the in­gre­di­ents to get to them faster and with­out any drug like side ef­fects” he adds.

Study Finds Restor­ing Sen­sa­tion the Key To Ef­fec­tive, Long Last­ing Re­lief

With the con­clu­sion of their lat­est hu­man clin­i­cal use sur­vey trial, Dr. Es­ber and his team are now of­fer­ing Di­abasens na­tion­wide. And re­gard­less of the mar­ket, its sales are ex­plod­ing. Men and women from all over the coun­try are eager to get their hands on the new cream and, ac­cord­ing to the re­sults ini­tial users re­ported, they should be. In the trial above, as com­pared to base­line, par­tic­i­pants tak­ing Di­abasens saw a stag­ger­ing 51% in­crease sen­si­tiv­ity in just one week. This re­sulted in sig­nif­i­cant re­lief from burn­ing, tin­gling and nubm­ness through­out their legs. Many par­tic­i­pants tak­ing Di­abasens de­scribed feel­ing much more bal­anced and com­fort­able through­out the day. They also no­ticed that af­ter ap­ply­ing, there was a pleas­ant warm­ing sen­sa­tion that was re­mark­ably sooth­ing.

Di­abasens Users De­mand More

Many of Di­abasens users say their legs have never felt bet­ter. For the first time in years, they are able to walk free from the symp­toms which have made life hard. “I have been us­ing the cream now for about ten days. It has given me such re­lief. I’ve had very bad foot pain from in­juries and overuse of my feet for years which have con­trib­uted to se­vere itch­ing/tin­gling and pain for some time. (My fa­ther also suf­fered from this pain and itch­ing. I wish I would have had this for him.) The first time I used the cream, I felt an al­most im­me­di­ate re­lief from this. I now use it at least twice a day: once in the morn­ing be­fore work and once at night be­fore I sleep. I am so de­lighted with this. It has helped my walk­ing, also. It has helped gen­er­ate feel­ing again in my feet,” raves Mar­sha A. from Texas

Tar­gets Nerve Dam­age Right Be­low the Skin’s Sur­face

Di­abasens is a top­i­cal cream that is to be ap­plied to your legs and feet twice a day for the first two weeks then once a day af­ter. It does not re­quire a pre­scrip­tion. Stud­ies show that neu­ropa­thy is caused when the pe­riph­eral nerves break­down and blood is un­able to cir­cu­late into your legs and feet. As these nerves de­te­ri­o­rate, sen­sa­tion is lost. This is why you may not feel hot or cold and your legs and feet may burn, tin­gle and go numb. Ad­di­tion­ally, with­out proper blood flow, tis­sues and cells in these ar­eas start to die, caus­ing un­bear­able pain. An in­gre­di­ent called cin­namalde­hyde in Di­abasens is one of the only com­pounds in ex­is­tence that can ac­ti­vate TRPA1, a spe­cial sen­sory path­way that runs through your en­tire body. Ac­cord­ing to re­search, ac­ti­vat­ing this path­way (which can only be done with a cream) in­creases the sen­si­tiv­ity of nerves, re­liev­ing feel­ings of tin­gling and numb­ness in your legs and feet. Sup­port­ing in­gre­di­ents boost blood flow, sup­ply­ing the nerves with the nu­tri­ents they need for in­creased sen­sa­tion.

How to Get Di­abasens

In or­der to get the word out about Di­abasens, the com­pany is of­fer­ing spe­cial in­tro­duc­tory dis­counts to all who call. Dis­counts will au­to­mat­i­cally be ap­plied to all callers, but don’t wait. This of­fer may not last for­ever. Call toll-free: 1-800-574-5730.

Top­i­cal Cream Of­fers Suf­fer­ers a Safer, More Ef­fec­tive Av­enue of Re­lief: Di­abasens in­creases sen­sa­tion and blood flow wher­ever its ap­plied. It’s now be­ing used to re­lieve painful legs and feet.

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