Gensco Labaratories Creates Topical to Take Away Pain -- But More Importantly to Take Away Pills

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Gensco Labaratories LLC maker of SpeedGel has released an over the counter topical anti-inflammatory that treats pain without the side effects of addicting oral medications. This patented transdermal gel drives these all natural ingredients through the skin to speed up the healing process and reduce pain.

With the recent rise in prescription pain pill abuse many Americans are looking for alternative ways to cope with pain. Now they have a safe alternative that actually reduces pain on contact and speeds up the healing process with this revolutionary product called SpeedGel.

What makes this product different than all the other topical pain relievers on the market is it's patented transdermal gel that penetrates the skin. There is no counter irritants like camphor (hot) or menthol (cold) to mask the pain or leave that strong long lasting odor. SpeedGel is applied topically up to 4 times a day to relieve pain caused by arthritis, tendonitis, acute injury, and works site specifically to reduce inflammation in joints and muscles.

"SpeedGel has allowed me to play pain free golf " says former PGA great Lanny Wadkins. " I use it on my back everyday to relieve the pain from my golfing career."

The other major benefit of this product is it can be taken instead of other oral medications that have become a epidemic in our culture. With a large number of Americans turning to all kinds of prescription pain pills the number of deaths is on a steady rise.

"We estimate that one out of every five Americans are taking a addictive pain medication," says one of the top orthopedic surgeons in the country. "It is a growing problem".

SpeedGel is in most major college and professional sports teams and is quickly becoming the recommended choice among trainers and physical therapist around the country.

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