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I regularly suffer from very severe debilitating migraine headaches and have experienced them for more than a year.  I have been to a host of specialist doctors and taken a variety of tests in order to get prescribed medicines.  There was no kind of remedy – the max drugs would normally not even take the edge off the pain. Nothing had worked at all until recently.    Finally, I received a sample of PluriPain™ to try.  When I suffered the next major headache, I took the new PluriPain™, and within an hour the debilitating edge of the pain was gone such that the remaining headache was acceptable.  Within another hour or so the headache was essentially gone due to the PluriPain™. It is such a relief to know that a solution is at hand”.




“I just had a great experience with the product, I suffered a pretty bad bout of back spasm and stiffness due to my lower back seizing up and ‘locking’ on me, haven’t had that happen to that degree in quite some time, I took eight capsules and within a short time period at work I was able to continue without the pronounced discomfort I had been going through, by the time I got to treatment in the late afternoon I was able to receive physio without the accompanying level of inflammation related pain id normally have – great stuff!”

 – Tim M., NSW, Australia

“When I was diagnosed with degenerative back problems, my doctor put me on high doses of Naproxen and omeprazole.  It killed the pain, but I had an upset stomach.  Instead using PluriPain™ more than a month ago to control the pain, it works really fast and one serving lasts all day.  It stops the pain, with no side effects and as a bonus eliminates the occasional migraine headaches I have.

Patty J., Nevada, USA

“PluriPain™ has been a lifesaver for me after having shoulder surgery.  It was definitely a game changer.

Chris B. North Carolina, USA

“As an active roofer for many years I struggle with lower back pain and knee pain.  Since Using PluriPain™ has dramatically gone away or eased up dramatically.  My movement is more flexible, and range of motion has increased.  I have found that PluriPain™ works wonders”

E. Stringer, Mississippi, USA

“PluriPain™, they take away all the pain in my feet, back and legs to make everyday life enjoyable again.”

Tawny W, Oklahoma, USA

“I have been suffering for months with horrible knee pain. The only time I was out of pain was after taking a prescription pain pill and going to sleep, only for it to wear off and the pain was right back.  I took the PluriPain™ after standing for 3 hours on concrete and by the time I drove the hour home, I was able to get out of the truck and walk with less pain than I had in months.  My knees felt even better the next day.  My pain doesn’t go completely away, but it is 100% better than it was. So please put this stuff on the market!”

Cindy B., Oklahoma, USA


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