Frequently Asked Questions: Neuropathy Relief Cream
The evidence suggests that NRC has a dilating effect on the capillaries under the skin, thereby improving blood circulation to the nerves.
We recommend that NRC be used twice daily – morning and evening works well – and after bathing or taking a shower. It can safely be used up to 4 times daily if desired. Apply it to the affected areas (feet, lower legs, hands, etc.) as you would apply a light coating of skin lotion. After you begin to notice improvement, you can experiment with the application frequency. It is sometimes possible to reduce the number of daily applications, but you should continue to apply at least once daily to maintain the beneficial effects.
We’ve found that the time required varies from person to person depending on the symptoms. Sometimes results are evident within minutes but can take up to three weeks.
After two years of testing, no negative side-effects have been reported, but if you experience any negative side-effects, you should immediately quit using NRC and consult your doctor.
If you are allergic to salicylates, you should not use NRC. NRC does not contain aspirin, but it is possible that an aspirin allergy could indicate a more broad allergy to salicylates. If you are concerned about an allergic reaction, we recommend that you test it on a small spot of skin for 24 hours before applying it more generally. If you believe you are having an allergic reaction to NRC, you should immediately quit using NRC, wash and rinse any residual NRC off of your skin with soap and water and consult your doctor. As with any allergy, if the reaction is severe, seek immediate medical attention.
Neuropathy is a chronic disease of the nerves. NRC has been found to be effective at promoting a reduction of pain and a restoration of sensation/feeling for sufferers of neuropathy as long as it is used regularly. When it is not used regularly, the symptoms of neuropathy will return.
NRC works with just a thin layer being applied to the affected area. The size of the area of application will determine how much you use. A four ounce bottle of NRC should, for most people who use it on both of their legs and feet, last for about 30 days.
Yes. Several doctors have been using NRC on patients with great success.
No. NRC is considered a natural/homoeopathic application and does not require a prescription.
Currently NRC is available on our website or by calling our toll-free order number: 1-877-633-7932. We are working to place it in natural foods and/or fitness stores. Ask your local natural foods or fitness products store if they carry it. If they don’t, your requests will have a powerful effect and will help us in our discussions with them.