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trish44
Wednesday, July 26, 2006, 12:28pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Mary recently recommended this for neuropathy and arthritis, and I put in a search for it and it brought up nothing.  Am I spelling it correctly?  It should be in Heidi's thread, which I can't find either.  I am not very computer savvy, but am not lazy.....  I would appreciate any help.  


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Ok, I found Heidi's archives, but nothing for flexall.  Will keep looking.....


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Sounds like the Flexall 454 gel?


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Thank you!  Will look for it.


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Ok, I found Heidi's archives, but nothing for flexall.  Will keep looking.....


I am having a little difficulty getting the search function to work on Heidi's archives, but I did find this:

Hello Heidi, My comment is for Heidi S with the neuropathy, feb 22,04. I have suffered with the same thing in my feet for almost eleven years now. I have found that Solarcaine burn relief gel with aloe vera helps most times. If things are VERY uncomfortable, then I have to turn to Flexall Plus to get any relief. Another thing to try is ice packs, they often help me. I do know that eating avoids for my type A compounds the problem. Hope these suggestions help her. Theresa

Thank you very much for those tips, Theresa! I hope they help, too! You are very kind to write in with assistance!!



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Here is what is in Flexall 454: Allantoin, Aloe Vera Gel, Carbomer 940, Disopropyl Adipate, Eucalyptus oil, Glycerin, Methyl Salicylate, Peppermint oil, SD alcohol 38-B, Steareth -2 Steareth-21, Thyme oil, Tocopheryl Acetate,Triethanolaamine, Water (187-195).


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Thank you for looking and finding!  I will see if my store has it, next trip.  I have done the ice cube thing when it gets bad and hot water.  They both do help.  I must say that following Dr. D's protocol is really helping.  I am even moving much better.  I am so thankful, I can't put it into words.  I would like to find out from the Dr. just how long one can take those supplements, and if there is any harm to continue indefinitely.  If you happen to see this post, could you possibly comment on this?  I am 61, but due to the hodgkins, have the body of a 70 year old, I think.....I am hoping to improve on it, and am not giving up by any means.


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