Have you ever had the pleasure of biting into a chili pepper? Perhaps it was not a pleasure, because they can be as spicy as can be. Usually, you lose all feeling in your mouth, regardless of whether you drink a lot or even scream a lot after biting into one!
Transdermal Patches for Relief of Neural Pain
The spiciness of the chili pepper is supposed to reduce neural pain. LTS is all about relieving pain and this is where LTS comes into the picture – together with its pharmaceutical partner company, LTS has developed and manufactured a transdermal patch containing the active ingredient Capsaicin, a found in chili peppers.
Just like your mouth becomes numb after biting into a chili pepper, so does the Capsaicin in peppers numb painful areas. It is applied using the successful LTS method – through a transdermal patch.
Chili – an Alternative for Treating Neural Pain
Neural pain can arise in conjunction with insomnia, anxiety, depression, or occupational disability. Traditional treatment methods can be impractical and awkward in terms of dosage. In addition, they cause side effect, such as sedation and dizziness.
LTS is Keen on Pain Management
No, using capsaicin TTS does not suddenly put you in even more chili-induced pain. On the contrary, the spiciness of the painkiller causes the deactivation of nerve ends. The rapid alleviation of pain is effective for up to three months.
Repeat as prescribed. Unlike pharmaceutical pain management medication and inherent addictive qualities, the treatment can easily be repeated every three months.
As you can see, chili has many uses. Not only does it put spice in foods and make chocolate even more tempting, it makes an important contribution to increasing the quality of life for patients suffering from pain.
This is one of LTS` major goals: improving patient lives in new and exciting ways.
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