X-Jow Pain Relief Gel
Pain is a part of daily life. We’re working out, pulling muscles, and running into things. Basically if it hurts then we’re doing it.
It’s how we handle the bumps, scrapes, and post workout pain that matters.
Let’s face it, there are so many pain relief creams, gels, and pills out there, that how do we know which one works??
Plus not all pain relievers are created equally. Some are healthier for us than others while some don’t even work.
So as a dancer and fitness enthusiast you can imagine the hunt I’ve been on for pain relief anything that actually works and isn’t dumping nasty chemicals into my body.
That’s where X-Jow by Herb-X comes in…
What is X-Jow Anyhow??
X-Jow is a natural pain relief gel formulated by Dr. Nalbandyan. This pain relief gel includes over nine traditional Chinese herbs to help relieve aches and pains caused by exercise, being clumsy, arthritis, and much more!
X-Jow works by increasing our blood circulation which in return helps reduce inflammation and pain caused by the above culprits. This ultimately increases the rate in which we heal, and allows us to get back to business much faster than if we were to allow our strains, pains, and bruises to heal on their own.
Besides being interested in X-Jow pain relief because I somehow manage to hurt myself on a daily basis (you know, that moment where you’re like where in the world did that bruise come from??), I was intrigued by the ingredients list.
Like I already mentioned, X-Jow is a natural pain relief gel that combines a proprietary blend of Chinese herbs.
So let’s take a look at the ingredient list…
A Magical Mix for Pain Relief
The ingredients list for X-Jow is pretty impressive and combines a number of herbs you’ve probably already heard of including frankincense and myrrh….if it’s good enough for baby Jesus then it’s good enough for me!
Let’s take a look at this ingredients list:
- Turmeric (Jiang Huang) – This herb is known for its anti-inflammatory properties in addition to its ability to increase blood circulation, and relive pain. Turmeric even helps reduce the symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
- Gardenia (Zhi Zi) – This herb is also known for it’s ability to increase blood circulation by removing heat from the blood and reducing inflammation.
- Cinnamon Twig (Gui Zhi) – Cinnamon twig is known for it’s ability to help reduce joint pain due to its warming nature. This herb can also make you sweat which helps remove toxins from the body.
- Safflower (Hong Hua) – Safflower is also known for inducing sweats, reducing inflammation and pain, and increasing blood circulation.
- Myrrh (Mo Yao) – Myrrh is a well known ancient Chinese remedy for pain relief. It reduces inflammation and increases blood flow to help relieve pain. It also promotes new tissue growth.
- Frankincense (Ru Xiang) – Frankincense is one of the most sought after natural remedies available. It has the ability to reduce symptoms associated with rheumatoid arthritis. It also helps to boost the immune system, heal wounds faster, and fight infection.
- Sparganium (San Leng) – Sparganium is known for its ability to increase blood circulation which reduces blood and Qi statis.
- Dragon Blood (Xue Jie) – Dragon blood is a natural pain reliever and helps blood clot. It also reduces swelling and promotes new tissue growth.
- Curcuma Rhizoma (E-Zhu) – Curcuma rhizoma is known for its ability to relieve pain by promoting the movement of Qi.
So how did all of these ancient Chinese herbs help me??…
My Experience with X-Jow
As I’ve discussed before, I usually have some sort of pain going on due to being rough on my body for so many years while dancing.
Therefore, I was able to put X-Jow to the test in two different areas:
- hip/knee pain while running
- right adductor while stretching
Since about the age of 17 I’ve had pain in my knees, mostly while running. I’ve been to doctors but still haven’t come up with many answers for the pain in my knees. Even though it’s probably not the best idea, I still keep on running.
To test X-Jow I applied the gel to my right knee and hip two to three times per day for a week, and continued to run each day. I must say that the cooling effect did feel pretty nice on my knee and hip!
I noticed after a few days of use that the pain was slightly decreased in my right knee and hip, but not in my left knee (I used my left knee as the control in my little experiment).
I managed to pull my right adductor muscle really well a few years ago while dancing, and I have to admit that it hasn’t been the same since! Sometimes I can stretch my adductor with no issues and other times it’s rather painful.
Lately stretching has been more painful than relaxing.
With this experiment I applied X-Jow to my right inner thigh two to three times per day for a week, and continued with my usual stretching after running.
As of the past month or so I haven’t been able to do a side lunge stretch comfortably on my right side. I found that with consistent stretching and using X-Jow that I was able to get down about an inch lower on my side stretch than before.
Who knows if this improvement was due to regular stretching, X-Jow or both, but I like the results!
Final Thoughts & Enter to Win X-Jow to Help Relive Your Aches and Pains!
So what are my final thoughts on X-Jow?
I like it! Seeing slight improvement in the pain in my knees, hips, and adductor muscles after a week of use makes me happy!
I’m excited to see how much my pain is decreased, and how far I can stretch after continued use for a few more weeks….I have a feeling it’ll be good!
If you’re someone who deals with aches and pains on a regular basis then I definitely suggest trying out X-Jow for yourself!
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