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Sarapin Injections

Sarapin is an FDA Approved aqueous solution derived from the pitcher plant (Sarracenia purpurea).

It is very effective in pain management and has been used successfully for over 70 years as a biological medicine, typically injected by Medical Doctors.

Studies have shown it to be safe - the company even claims for it to have "zero side effects."

How does it work?

Sarapin’s selective action on the C-fibers (sensory fibers) and its lack of effect on motor fibers make it a great choice for nerve pain because it can reduce the pain without affecting the ability to move, whereas anesthetics, like procaine, anesthetize the entire nerve and surrounding tissue.

Sarapin works like an anti-inflammatory and muscle relaxant, by decreasing pain, swelling, and inflammation, and by decreasing muscle tension and spasms without the adverse effects of other medications like steroids.

It can also aid in the breakdown of scar tissue and adhesions.

Safer Than Cortisone

Studies have shown Sarapin to be as effective as steroid use for pain management in chronic, persistent lower back pain, while also stimulating healing, and without the side effects.

Sarapin also does not accumulate in any organ nor tissue and it is excreted from the body without having to be processed by the liver - so there isn't a limit in how many times it can be used on an individual.

Sarapin and Cortisone are both used to reduce inflammation and provide pain management. They are also both recognized by the FDA and AMA, and both require prescriptions for treatments requiring injections.

The side effects of Cortisone may include thinning of the skin, bruising easily, weight gain, puffiness of the face, increase in blood pressure, cataract formation, osteoporosis, and avascular necrosis, and more.

Sarapin has been used extensively for the relief of muscular & nerve pain. Treatments can help with many types of muscle or nerve conditions, including:

  • Sciatic Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Low Back Pain

  • Mid Back Pain

  • Upper Back Pain

  • Pain Between the Ribs

  • Neck Pain

  • Pain down the Arms

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