I’ve conducted about 11 radio interviews with sports shows and viewpoint-type programs during the past couple months to discuss my One Fine Season novel, and many were great. One thing surprised me though – a number of the interviewers asked about the PEKANA INFLAMYAR topical ointment for treating sports injuries and arthritis. I mentioned the German-made natural medication in the book as one way that the main character, Danny Grace, kept his pitching arm from trauma – after all, the guy can throw more than 110 mph, which is unheard of (except in fiction!) I also sent samples to some of the interviewers, and one was so impressed he called me back and asked to rep it. Amazing! A number of pro athletes, including Lance Armstrong, have benefitted from using the PEKANA meds in the past, and INFLAMYAR remains a strong seller through my company, BioResource, to natural medical practitioners.
However, BioResource also sells INFLAMYAR directly to the public. If you are interested in finding out more, please go to bioresourceinc.com and click on the PEKANA section, or go to onefineseason.net and click on the INFLAMYAR button.
I use the ointment quite often treating for sports related bumps, bruises and muscle strains. It works great, but the difference is that PEKANA makes the finest “spagyric” remedies in the world, and the topical ointment is therapeutic – in other words, it does not simply reduce pain, but helps heal the injured tissue and reduces inflammation with it’s combination of 8 ingredients. Spagryic describes a processing method, and is the combination of two Greek words that mean “separate” and “unite.” You can read up on this method, or feel free to write to BioResource at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific questions.
Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )