Spider venom and snail spit

 

If I was dealing with pain, I might try almost anything.

And people do try some strange things.

Like getting stung by bees… on purpose.

Which as it turns out, might not be as crazy as it seems.

Because scientists are looking to spiders, snakes and other creatures to find the next great pain reliever.

There are actually labs that “milk” tarantulas for venom study. And trials are underway that have shown some positive results from this spider juice when it comes to dealing with pain.

Another pain killer already on the market is based on the spit of a deadly sea snail. This venom is 1,000 times more powerful than morphine, and the drug created from it is used as a last resort for only the most serious cases.

Native to coral reefs in the Pacific, cone snails capture prey by shooting thin, worm-like tubes into fish that swim by. Then the venom spits out the tube, paralyzing the fish… and the snail swallows it whole. (Yikes…)

Scientists were able to isolate the parts of the snail juice that work on the nerves that transmit pain signals. And then replicate them in the lab, no snails required.

It’s amazing what nature can provide when it comes to health. Though sometimes I wonder who thought to look for these “discoveries” first…

What makes somebody think “Oh, maybe that spider juice will take the creak out of my knee?”

It’s like wondering what the first guy who ate a lobster was thinking.

While it’s impressive to find health solutions from the creepy and the crawly, when it came to natural solutions for painful joints, Dr. Sebring and I focused squarely on the plant world.

Like boswellia, which when concentrated (as it is in Joint & Muscle Freedom), can provide natural pain relief in just a few days.

Relief that lasts, and does so safely.

Or silymarin, a component of the milk thistle plant. This beautiful purple, flowering plant holds a secret, pain quenching ability.

People have been using milk thistle as medicine for 2,000 years. But it wasn’t until recently that we unlocked its ability to beat back pain, and stop it from spreading. (You have to read about this.)

If you’re like me, you probably prefer a capsule to a spider bite. But to each his own, I guess.

Or you could try a quick “roll-on” of my Patriot Flex pain relief balm. It’s a fast and easy way to target pain right where it hurts… no bees, snakes or snails required.

God Bless,

Jeff Reagan
Editor, Patriot Health Alliance

P.S. I’m confident that if you’re dealing with pain, one of my solutions can help you, and fast. For immediate relief that you roll right on, there’s Patriot Flex.

And to stop pain at the source and help keep it from coming back, there’s Joint & Muscle Freedom.

Both are completely guaranteed to work for you… or they’re free. You risk nothing giving one or both of them a try.

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