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LivRelief Pain Relief Cream #TryLivRelief

In January, I fractured my left humerus bone for the first time. It was the first time I had EVER broken anything. It happened the day after a bad snow day, I thought it was safe to walk to my bus that morning. So as I walked to my bus stop, I came upon a sloping part of my parking lot and one step in, I slid backwards and caught myself with my left arm.


It hurt SO badly. I tried to get home and told my mom that I needed to get to the walk in care facility that morning. It has been several months since then and the arm fracture has healed. Since then I've been recovering fairly smoothly and trying to get my flexibility back to that arm and so far it's going GREAT.

But the thing is as I'm doing my exercises and following the stretching exercises, that arm gets SO sore. It's something I've pretty much learned to cope with it but I recently had the chance to try a product called LivRelief. I'm not much of a medicine person but I was eager to try this.


So yesterday when I finished up my stretches, I followed up by rubbing this LivRelief pain cream on my left humerus area by where the muscle is. I actually noticed that this helped me! It worked within minutes, it felt like more of a warming sensation after putting this on. It didn't smell at all which is an enormous relief. I was so glad! This makes my stretching that much easier and I actually encouraged my mom to do the same for some areas of her muscles that sometimes hurt her at night.

I highly encourage you to check this out for yourself, especially if you deal with joint pain or muscle aches. I think this is a great product for that! 

If you like the sound of this product, you can purchase this on Amazon! Purchase it now by following this link. Buy LivRelief now and receive $2 off your purchase when you use promo code ONU56TLN during checkout on Amazon.com. Expires 11/1/16 at 11:59PM PT.

This post is sponsored by LivRelief.

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  1. I would benefit from this if it works that well. That would be great!

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  2. LivRelief pain cream sounds worthwhile to try. I have so many aches from arthritis and muscle soreness. This should help.
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  3. I've been hearing good things about this product so far. Maybe some day I'll get the chance to check it out myself.

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  4. I would love to try this out to see if it would help with my hip and back pain.

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  5. Nice blog, thanks for sharing the information. I will come to look for update. Keep up the good work.

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