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PRX is a scientifically based herbal blend known to help relieve the pain of arthritis, back pain, slipped discs, and other muscle and joint pain. The therapeutic properties of the herbs used in PRX are systematically proven to help relieve pain and reduce swelling.

Many of the components are used in prescription medication such as natural enzymes, COX-2 inhibitors, antioxidants, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper, iron, vitamin D, and vitamin B6 that help reverse the damage done to bones, strengthen weak ligaments and cartilage, strengthen the nerves, and preserve nerves responsible for the pain.

The astringent action of the herbs in PRX helps reduce bulging discs and slipped discs which minimize the pressure on the spinal nerves can help relieve back pain. In a study by Anacon Labs on PRX, safety and effectiveness were tested on 25 individuals for 21 days. None of the participants noted any side effects or irritation from application of the oil and all of the participants indicated a “significant” reduction in neck pain. A copy of the study is available upon request. 

PRX is also helpful in treating the edema of lower extremities.

The unique mix has a low viscosity, so PRX penetrates your skin to relieve pain rapidly.

Active Ingredients 

Sesame oil

Although a popular cooking oil, sesame has a long history of medical applications in Asian medicine systems. Historically, it was used for pain relief and anti-rheumatic effectiveness.

In a study of patients with trauma to their extremities, sesame oil was shown to reduce the pain experienced by people and increase the effectiveness of NSAID application. In another study, the topical use of sesame oil helped reduce the inflammation experienced in joints throughout the body, particularly the elbow and knee.


Most people know ginger is excellent for nausea, being one of the few remedies for nausea safe enough for pregnant women and young children. It also contains useful anti-inflammatory components and mild pain-relieving qualities. Similar to many NSAIDs, ginger suppresses prostaglandin synthesis by inhibiting cyclooxygenase-1 and cyclooxygenase-2 and suppresses leukotriene biosynthesis through inhibition of 5-lipoxygenase. The component [6]-ginger ol is particularly potent in this regard by reducing acetic acid-induced writhing response.

In another study with morphine-addicted rats, ginger “completely prevented the development of morphine tolerance.” In a study with athletes, daily ginger use may modestly reduce muscle aches and pains. In a study of post-surgery patients, ginger was found “as effective” as standard ibuprofen.

Gaultheria Oil

Gaultheria isn’t a common term, but people know it by the common names: Black Willow and Wintergreen! In the late 1800s and early 1900s, wintergreen was one of the most popular pain-relieving oils. It was used in everything from tooth cleaning powders to medicine. One of the most common uses was to relieve the pain and stiffness of rheumatism. 

The natural salicylic derivatives from gaultheria have a comparable effect on pain relief as aspirin. Plus, it has none of the side effects of aspirin; making ita much safer alternative.

The nitric acid suppression by the gaultheria was measured and found to be effective in various related species. All were found effective to different degrees, providing pain relief to the test subjects. In another study, it was effective against Freund s complete adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats.

How to use

Apply as recommended by a physician.

If a physician does not recommend a specific usage, apply 15 to 20 drops of PRX three to four times daily and gently massage into the skin for 15 to 20 minutes. Applying gentle heat after the massage is highly recommended for optimal results.

Most people experience relief within minutes.

Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients and avoid excessive sun exposure to areas where PRX has been applied. For external use only. Do not apply to open wounds. Ina safety and efficacy study, none of the volunteers who used the oil had any sensitivity, even when exposed to the sun.