A CRANKY PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
For 15 years I have had an arthritic hip. It was not medically diagnosed, so maybe it was something else, after all, I am not a doctor. However, I am also not a meteorologist but I can tell when it is raining…so…I think the condition was arthritis.
My hip issue was not debilitating, but I could not run, sometimes walked with a limp and especially noticed it when walking up or down stairs. I learned to live with it. I could still play golf and bowl, I seldom needed to run anywhere and, so I limped going up and down stairs not a big deal.
About one year ago, Mrs. C saw an add for a pain relief product, “Hempvana.” Mrs. C will purchase just about anything she sees on TV. UPS has our address on speed dial. Most of the stuff she buys is crap. Sometimes she finds a winner.
I tried the Hempvana. I applied it several times a day for a week. Then I stopped. I stopped because I didn’t think about it. I didn’t think about it because my hip never bothered me. I did not limp. I could go up and down stairs without issue and if chased by a bear, I think I could even run.
Why it is called HEMPvana I am not sure. Hemp does not seem to be the major ingredient. Applied topically it does not give you a “Mary Jane high” it just makes pain disappear.
My hip is basically cured. Sometimes I use it on my neck and I have one knuckle and a big toe that is arthritic…works for them as well.
I assume the stuff either works or it provides a placebo effect. Either way, who cares.
I have since mentioned it to several friends who complained about similar aches and pains. My son, who is a physical fitness teacher and health fanatic, complained about a shoulder problem.
He tried the stuff.
Three times a day for a week. Problem gone!
Best I can tell the stuff is just a topical application of aspirin that gets to the joint. Who knows…it works for me.
As several people upon my recommendation have found relief from joint pain, I am offering this endorsement as a public service.
Friends who have spent lots of money on chiropractors and physical therapists have found real relief from this stuff.
For $10 a jar it couldn’t hurt. It is sold all over, I think Mrs. C got it at Walgreens.
If you try the stuff and it doesn't work, sorry I may have cost you $10.
If you try the stuff and it works; You're welcome!