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7 days to chronic pain relief

7 days to chronic pain relief

Some of you will think I’m off my rocker for telling you about this next treatment for pain. But I’ve been accused of worse, and that’s never stopped me before. After all, telling you about the sort of safe, effective, and inexpensive treatments that Big Pharma tries to keep out of your hands is exactly what I’m here for.

This straightforward, non-surgical, and inexpensive procedure is called a sphenopalatine ganglion block. Sounds innocent enough, right? Here’s the rub: It involves placing a Q-tip soaked in a 10 percent cocaine solution up your nose so that it rests against the SP ganglion, located behind the back surface of the inner nasal cavity.

The ganglion is like a railroad yard in a big city, where all the tracks come together. All pain, from headaches to back pain, must enter this portal. The cocaine migrates through the membranes and the bone to anesthetize the ganglion. It’s just about that simple.

You don’t have to worry about addiction because the therapy doesn’t require frequent application. Usually, a series of daily treatments for as little as a week will stop the pain for many weeks–and sometimes even for months and years. It’s one of the most effective treatments for pain I’ve ever seen. And I would know–because I used it on my own patients for years while I was practicing in Georgia.

But things are different these days, and I can tell you right now that you’d be hard-pressed to find a doctor in the States willing to administer such a treatment (and who can blame him?). Panama is probably the closest place where you’ll find a qualified, compassionate doctor who will administer this therapy. It’s also available in just about every country in Europe. And trust me, if you’re in severe pain, the trip could be well worth it.

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