The first fast-acting topical treatment for pain described as shooting, burning, tingling and stabbing.
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Neuragen is a non-prescription proprietary topical medication for temporary relief of pain caused by a variety of conditions.
With proper use, Neuragen is considered safe. Neuragen has no known adverse reactions.
Neuragen helps for pain the others don't touch. Neuragen is non-toxic, does not numb the area of application and can be applied repeatedly.
Unless otherwise directed by your health care professional, apply a few drops to the affected area, usually the area of maximum pain, up to 4 times daily. Applying more than a few drops at a time may not improve effectiveness. A very thin layer covering the affected area is all that is necessary. Massage in lightly; deep rubbing is not necessary.
For topical use only, do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if skin irritation develops. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance. Store at controlled room temperature (59-86 degrees F). May stain some fabrics or finishes. Due to the nature of the botanical extracts used, Neuragen has a strong floral aroma.