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    University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health And Medical Services
    April 30 2020

    Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have developed a new way to treat chronic pain which has been tested in mice. With a compound designed and developed by the researchers themselves, they can achieve complete pain relief.
    Between seven and ten percent of the world's population suffers from chronic pain originating from nerves that have been damaged. A disease that can be severely debilitating. Now, researchers from the University of Copenhagen have found a new way to treat the pain.


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    Good to hear of a treatment for nerve pain. If the pain is from arthritis, ligaments, rotator-cuff, etc. I have been relying on collagen for years.

    I wonder if the new nerve treatment will also help with loss of feeling due to neuropathy. That would be great for the people who suffer from numbness, especially in toes and fingers!

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    Unfortunately, the pain relief compound has only been tested on mice so far. For years, I've used a combination of curcumin, ginger, and boswellia (frankincense) to successfully treat nerve and other pain.

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    Is that a supplement Mr Wiz, or fresh ingredients? (Though it would be hard to find fresh boswellia). And how much of each do you take?

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    If this pain relief applies only to nerve damage, that leaves me ineligible. I'm still waiting for them to find an answer for crippling bursitis.
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    Unfortunately for me, although I have been taking the same combination herbal supplement that Mr Wizard takes (I think it is the same), it has been effective on other aches and pains, but not at all for pain due to an injury several months ago involving nerve entrapment of the foramen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julieanne View Post
    Is that a supplement Mr Wiz, or fresh ingredients? (Though it would be hard to find fresh boswellia). And how much of each do you take?
    It's the same supplement we discussed before. I sent you a link to the product several months ago. I will resend it to your mailbox.

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    Lol. Maurya, I was responding to a question from Julieanne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Wizard View Post
    It's the same supplement we discussed before.
    Thank you. Can you recommend a supplement to improve poor memory?

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    I could suggest ginkgo biloba, which I take daily, but disregard any recommendation from me. I went into town at the end of the day specifically to pick up two Mother's Day cards. Grabbed some groceries as well, hurried on home, only to discover that the bag containing the two cards had been left behind and I had to drive back to the market to retrieve it. What was that you said about memory?
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