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My 'Real Time Pain Relief' Testimonial

Published on 2/14/2015
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My Pain Story

By:  Don Merrill

Don Merrill

I have led an amazingly pain free life.  Actually, I had more aches & pains when I was younger than I do now.

Basically, my current pain stems from two sources:  my lower back and my hands.

I suffered a compression fracture of the lumbar spine in my 20's.  A compression fracture sounds a lot worse than it really was, but, they told me it might bother me when I got older.

In my 30's and 40's my lower back would get sore if I walked long distances.  I would have to stop once in a while and "stretch" my lower back.  As soon as I stopped walking everything was fine again.

Now, walking doesn't bother me any more but if I stand still for any period of time, like washing dishes, my back begins to hurt.

And, I have relatively mild arthritis in my hands, but my left thumb hurts all the time, particularly when I use it to pick things up.

I recently became a vendor for Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR), a topical analgesic pain relief lotion.

Susan Caldwell, my RTPR sponsor, sent me some RTPR samples while I was waiting for my first order to arrive.  The first pain I tried to relieve was my left thumb.  RTPR vendors  use this phrase a lot "Rub It On & The Pain Is mnutes"  Well, I rubbed it on and it did seem to get a little better but the pain definitely was not gone.

Susan told me that for some long standing pains it takes several applications over several days to completely relieve the pain.  I thought to myself:  "Yeah, I've heard this before."

As luck would have it, the day after the samples arrived I took a fall, hit a wooden chair, and landed on a tile floor.  I jammed my left ring finger, twisted my back, and bumped my right leg just below the knee.  It took me a few minutes to get up but I seemed relatively OK and I didn't really think about pain relief at the time.

However, the next day my left ring finger had swollen considerably and was quite painful to bend.  So I got the RTPR lotion, applied it, and over the next 2 to 3 hours the swelling went down quite a bit and the pain was much reduced.

That night, while washing dishes my back began to hurt more than usual.....I assumed because of the fall.  Anyway, I applied RTPR and guess back pain went away almost instantly.  And let me tell you this.....I never realized just how much my back actually felt like a tooth ache had gone away!

And, the pain in my thumb is totally gone!  Now, I use RTPR on both hands in the morning to relieve pain and stiffness, and I use it on my lower back every evening.

I know that everyone reacts to pain and pain relievers differently.  Something that works great for me may not work as well for you.  But, if you are living with pain you owe it to yourself to try Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR) lotion.

I will be happy to send you several free sample packets of RTPR for you to try.  Just send me your name and mailing address in an email (to and I will get your free samples in the mail ASAP!  

Best regards,

Don Merrill

(210) 846-6685

Real Time Pain Relief (RTPR)
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