... I had purchased Soothanol X2 for my wife who has some pain in her joints. ... (10 replies)
... i'm unsure of what the soothanol is ,although certain foods can make gout much worse. ... (2 replies)
... the pain of gout is the worst pain I have ever experienced. Will soothanol x2 relieve any of the pain of gout? ... (2 replies)
... soothanol x2 where to buy (0 replies)
... I have used Soothanol X2 for about a year now. I absolutely love it. I have a back injury that is dibilitating at times, and it relieves the pain for hrs. ... (1 replies)
... I have tried this and it works. I used it on two other ladies with arthritis and they bought bottles of their own. It's pricey but I think it is worth it. It's like Bengay on steroids. (1 replies)
... I just got some Soothanol X2 a few days ago. ... (10 replies)
Bob Norman here... retired USAF missile/aircraft repair/test instructor.
My first experience with one of the ingredients in the formula for Soothanol X2® was when I was given the task of cleaning aircraft guidance system parts in a heated mixture of DMSO ( Dimethyl Sulfoxide ) and Nitric Acid. This solution cleaned the aluminum parts quite well, desolving epoxy... (10 replies)
... regarding Soothanol x2 I do use this product. I am a heart patient and have been diagnosed with colon cancer. ... (10 replies)
... I researched Soothanol X2, and read "nothing but good reviews"... ... (10 replies)
... Maggie -
I've been looking for something for our hands (mine and my husbands) as well but our big concern is accidently rubbing our eyes and getting the rub in it. Right now we are using Aspercream which helps a bit but I am convinced it's more the massage action than the cream. At any rate, have you run into this problem as well? If so any suggestions on how to... (10 replies)
... I've never heard of Soothanol X2. I use a product, a cream, by the name of PainBuster II. I've used it for years. ... (10 replies)
... Has anyone tried Soothanol X2? ... (10 replies)
... This works great for me but is there anything out there as effective but less expensive? $45+ per ounce - yikes! (0 replies)
... When my husband had a gout attack last summer I bought concentrated cherry juice at the health food store. You dilute it with water and drink it. It took away his pain by the following day.
Janice (2 replies)
... Wondering about this product for arthritis pain relieve (for my mother, 88 years old).
It really works? (0 replies)
... Thanks for printing the ingredients. I am allergic to so many things but all of these look OK for me to use except for the DMSO. What is it, do you know? I am going to do a search on it to see if it has any kind of hormone involvement. It sure sounds good. I hope I will be able to use it. (10 replies)
... Oh yes, got to be careful. I am now using surgical or latex gloves you can buy at a local drug store or discount store, then I apply the cream to my knees, shoulders or wherever I feel arthritic pain. When I didn't use gloves, and washed my hands, it still was evident. I don't know what to tell you about rubbing it on your hands. Maybe it is the massaging that helps, and... (10 replies)
... I was wondering about that too, got an e-mail advertising it as a wonder drug (10 replies)