Concerned about the negative side Effects of Oral Pain Relievers

Ever taken ibuprofen or some other oral pain medication for deep joint pain or a back or shoulder ache, but then been concerned about the potential side effects? Numerous studies have shown that over time, these negative side effects can be severe.

When taken orally, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as Ibuprofen, Salicylates such as aspirin and acetaminophen stop the body’s production of mucus in the stomach and digestive track. Lack of mucus in the stomach can result in ulcers, bleeding, indigestion and other stomach problems.


If you have concerns about these possible side effects, a viable alternative is to use a unique topical Ibuprofen cream like Ibunex that is used directly on the site of the injury instead. One .2 gram pump of Ibunex contains 10 milligrams of Ibuprofen, 4 milligrams of Glucosamine, 4 milligrams of Chondroitin, 5 milligrams of MSM and 5 milligrams of Bromelain.

While the topical Ibuprofen reduces the swelling and inflammation, the other ingredients work together to start the rehabilitation process. In addition to stopping the pain associated with an injury in the acute stage, topical Ibuprofen is also effective at eliminating the chronic pain associated with long term conditions like tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow.

Those who suffer from chronic joint symptoms may also want to try out Gluconex, a unique topically applied maintenance formula of Glucosamine plus Chondroitin, MSM and Bromelain clinically formulated for topical application of these key ingredients.

Courtesy of ARAcontent