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Natural Formula Pain Relievers

Updated on November 12, 2012

New innovative, natural product that addresses muscle pain

Lakota has developed an innovative, natural product that addresses muscle pain. Lakota Maximum Strength Muscle Pain is a natural source supplement that relieves muscle aches and body pain. It will be available in drug stores across Canada March 29, 2010.

Lakota Maximum Strength Muscle Pain provides relief of muscle pain associated with overuse, intense exercise, and injury. Clinically proven to relieve muscle pain with only natural source ingredients, this formula is a great alternative to ibuprofen or acetaminophen. "We are extremely pleased to provide natural source muscle pain relief to the millions of people who experience chronic pain or pain from overuse and exercise." said Kent Pedersen, CEO of Lakota Canada. "As an athlete myself, I often experience muscle soreness, but was unable to find a natural solution. Now I take it to ease soreness without putting unnecessary chemicals into my body."

Lakota Maximum Strength Muscle Pain includes white willow bark and feverfew to provide pain relief. Boswellia, bromelain, sarsparilla, yucca, and devil's claw reduce inflammation. In contrast to Ibuprofen, the natural pain relievers and anti-inflammatories in the formula are gentle on the stomach. Along with the Maximum Strength Muscle Pain, Lakota launched a new Muscle Pain Topical. The topical can be used together with the caplets combining immediate pain relief with extended relief for up to eight hours. The Muscle Pain roll-on is stainless, greaseless, and odourless and the applicator provides fast and easy application. Lakota Muscle Pain combines soothing birch, yarrow, Canada balsam and juniper berry with .025% capsaicin to provide fast acting, soothing pain relief.

Lakota Canada offers natural source arthritis pain relief products and is based in a rural community in Northern British Columbia. Lakota formulas are rooted in traditional Native American medicine and feature the image of a Native American Chief on their packaging. The company is recognized across Canada for its powerful pain relievers living up to its slogan GET MEDICINE THAT WORKS!

Arthritis Pain Relief
Arthritis Pain Relief

Arthritis Prevention and Pain Relief

There are a few simple ways to"prevent" arthritis pain. Educate yourself and be aware of the early symptoms of osteoarthritis, an early and accurate diagnosis is important for effective treatment. Try to supplement your diet with joint building materials that can help strengthen and lubricate your joints. Avoid activities that may lead to serious joint injuries.Maintain a healthy weight any try to exercise regularly. Studies have found that overweight people who lost only 5 kg reduced their risk of developing knee osteoarthritis by 50%.

Arthritis Treatment

Living with Arthritis

Is arthritis pain slowing you down?

No one knows what causes arthritis, and there is no magic cure, but some things can be done to manage most forms of arthritis. It is very important that a correct diagnosis is established early. Most therapies work best when started early in the disease process. Lakota offers valuable advice about living with arthritis in the Arthritis News.


A variety of prescription painkillers and natural source pain relievers have proven to be effective in relieving the pain of arthritis. Natural source pain relievers and Lakota Joint Care Formulas have become very popular due to the potentially serious side effects of conventional painkillers. The Lakota Joint Care Formula contains natural source pain relievers and anti-inflammatories,combined with the nutrients required for cartilage repair. Your doctor may also suggest a capsaicin cream or an injection of hyaluronic acid directly into the joint. If a joint suddenly becomes inflamed, swollen, and painful, corticosteroids may also be injected into it.


When other treatments have failed to bring relief to the arthritic joint, it can be replaced with an artificial joint. This is a serious step and should not be undertaken lightly. Although surgery may help, there are some risks associated with these invasive procedures.

Arthritis Pain Relief

muscle pain
muscle pain

Muscle pain


Muscle aches and pains are common and can involve more than one muscle. Muscle pain also can involve ligaments, tendons, and fascia, the soft tissues that connect muscles, bones, and organs.


Muscle pain is most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically-demanding work. In these situations, the pain tends to involve specific muscles and starts during or just after the activity. It is usually obvious which activity is causing the pain.

Muscle pain also can be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (including the flu) and disorders that affect connective tissues throughout the body (such as lupus).

One common cause of muscle aches and pain is fibromyalgia, a condition that includes tenderness in your muscles and surrounding soft tissue, sleep difficulties, fatigue, and headaches.

Fibromyalgia Treatment


The most common causes are:

* Injury or trauma including sprains and strains

* Overuse: using a muscle too much, too soon, too often

* Tension or stress

back pain
back pain

Back Pain

Types of Back Pain

Acute Pain

Acute pain starts suddenly and lasts a relatively short time. Acute back pain is commonly described as a very sharp pain or a dull ache, usually felt deep in the lower back, and can be more severe in one area. Acute back pain can be caused by injury or trauma to the back, but just as often has no known cause. Acute back pain,even when it is severe, will typically improve or completely recover within three months. If pain lasts longer than three months or if it continues once the underlying cause has been addressed, it is reclassified as chronic pain.

Chronic Pain

Pain that lasts longer than three months is called chronic pain. Chronic back pain is commonly described as deep, aching, dull, or burning pain in one area of the back or traveling down the legs. Regular daily activities may prove difficult or impossible for those suffering from chronic back pain. Chronic back pain may result from a previous injury long since healed, or it may have an ongoing cause, such as nerve damage or arthritis.

Back Pain Prevention

Poor posture causes more back pain than most people realize. A lot of it can be prevented if we keep in mind the basic principles of good posture. The spine is designed to move gently and frequently rather than to remain in one position for along period.

Move and stretch often, especially if your seated in front of a computer at work. When lifting stand with a wide stance close to the object you are trying to pick up and keep your feet firm on the ground. Tighten your stomach muscles and lift the object using your leg muscles. Straighten your knees in a steady motion.

Also throughout the day maintain ideal posture by keeping the natural curves of the spine rather than exaggerating or flattening them.

Treating Back Pain

The first order of business when it comes to lower back pain is fast acting pain relief. Try the Lakota Back Pain Topical rub for immediate soothing relief. Next, make sure you have an accurate diagnosis for your pain, and review your treatment options. Most back pain medicines contain Methocarbamol. Methocarbamol is a central nervous system depressant and is the most common over-the-counter back pain reliever in Canada. Because the method of its action is not fully understood,the FDA has restricted Methocarbamol to prescription only. Lakota Triple Strength Back Pain offers a chemical free solution to back pain. This formula not only offers relief from back pain, but it also helps maintain a strong,pain-free back. Try Lakota Triple Strength Back Pain, a natural back pain relief product that is clinically proven.

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