Neuragen is a non-prescription proprietary topical medication for temporary relief of nerve pain caused by a variety of conditions.
Most topical analgesics now on the market are useful for muscle aches and related inflammatory pain, but not for nerve pain – Neuragen helps for pain the others don’t touch. Neuragen is non-toxic, does not numb the area of application and can be applied repeatedly.
With nerve pain, people experience pain due to damage to the peripheral nerves, especially the feet and hands. Nerve pain is often characterized by burning sensations or shooting / stabbing / tingling pain, or may occur as numbness or chronic itching.
Application: Unless otherwise directed by a health professional, apply a small amount of Neuragen to affected area and massage gently, not more than 4 times daily. Neuragen is highly concentrated – only a few drops are required. For efficient use over large skin areas, 4-5 drops of Neuragen can be diluted in a massage or carrier oil.
Cautions: While Neuragen is safe and free from troublesome side effects, your condition may require professional attention. Shooting, burning pain in the feet and hands can be signs of diabetic neuropathy or other forms of neuropathy. See a health professional on a regular basis if you are diabetic, or if you suspect you are diabetic. For topical use only, do not take internally. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if skin irritation develops. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center immediately. Store at controlled room temperature (59-86° F). May stain some fabrics or finishes. Due to the nature of the botanical extracts used, Neuragen has a strong floral aroma.