My Personal Experience
This stuff is seriously life-changing! I’ve been dealing with chronic back pain for YEARS. It started when I was 16 and my back randomly decided to go out. Fast-forward 8 years to when I was in medical sales and injured my already problematic back, making things much worse.
I absolutely love RVing and hiking, but my pain can be extremely limiting at times, especially when we have a long driving day. Aside from limiting the things I can do, I hate holding my hubby back from all the activities he wants to do. That’s not a good feeling.
I recently started seeing a chiropractor again and also got a few therapeutic deep tissue massages for my back pain. After my first massage, I was hurting (in a “hurts so good” kind of way, but painful nonetheless). The masseuse knew I was going to be feeling the effects of the massage, so she rubbed a magic ointment on me. Within minutes, the pain was gone! I’ve never experienced that kind of relief before.
What was the magic ointment you ask? Outch Ointment, a combination of CBD and ancient Chinese herbs. I knew I had to get myself some. My husband was skeptical, but I bought some anyway. He had been having shoulder pain off and on for months, so I had him try some. Almost immediately after using the Outch Ointment, my husband’s shoulder pain had vanished! He’s a believer now too!
We use the regular strength roll-on. The regular strength does the trick, though I’m sure the extra strength is even better. And the roll-on version is great to take along on long drives and easy to apply. We always have it handy for aches and pains. If you’ve been dealing with chronic pain, I highly recommend giving the Colorado-based Outch Ointment a try!
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