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Cobra Venom Relieves Chronic Pain
So, you’re walking in a forest or desert or place where cobras hang out. You see one and, if you’re like me, you run (or do whatever you’re supposed to do when you confront a Cobra).
Not Rik Deitsch, CEO and Chairman of Nutra Pharma Corporation. He’s a biochemist and re-discovered a pain remedy that is thousands and thousands of years old: venom from a Cobra. Yes it’s true. Venom from a deadly cobra is used to treat a variety of pain, including chronic back pain and migraine headaches. As a standard pain reliever in non-traditional medicine, Cobra venom treatment has helped people for thousands of years. Now this amazing discovery is available for the American people.
Deitsch discussed his work on Late Night Health radio (http://latenighthealth.com) with Mark Alyn. “To think that deadly venom can be used to treat chronic pain without the side effects of modern medicines is, in itself, a relief for those suffering from pain,” notes Alyn.
Deitsch went to work. Adding to his study the venom of Cone Snails and Gila Monsters, he found the key ingredients that relieve and reduce pain. The resulting research showed that certain peptides (small proteins) found in these venoms could be used to successfully treat chronic pain, without the adverse side effects of prescription or over the counter pain relievers. These peptides are the active ingredients found in Nyloxin products.
Over the counter pain medications such as aspirin, ibuprofen, acetaminophen and naproxen can cause a variety of side effects with extended use. These can include gastrointestinal issues, kidney problems and even liver damage. Prescription pain medications are almost entirely narcotics that cause addiction as well as the potential for organ damage. Nyloxin has been shown to be safe for long-term use in the treatment of chronic pain and inflammation without any of the risks of side effects associated with other pain medications.
In addition to his work at Nutra Pharma, Deitsch has authored two books and has taught as an Adjunct Professor at Florida Atlantic University.
A free sample of Nyloxin is available at http://claimyourfreebottletoday.com.