Stop back pain today with Imbue Pain Relief Patches!
Imbue are patches for back pain.
But, they can be used for many other types of pain.
Safe and effective, Imbue works without having to take dangerous prescription pain killers and over-the-counter anti-inflammatories.
Well-Known Active Ingredients - Imbue Back Pain Patches contain menthol (51 mg/patch) and methyl salicylate (15 mg/patch), two very well-known, safe, and effective pain relievers.
All-Natural - Imbue Pain Patches contain NO aluminum, parabens, petroleum, latex, or any other chemical additives. Even the adhesive is all-natural!
Works With Other Products - Imbue Patches are a great compliment to other pain relievers, such as oral pain relievers.
Easy To Use - Imbue can be applied to any part of the body. The fabric is very flexible, but strong enough to stay in place during vigorous activity.
Cut To Size - Imbue can be cut to size. We recommend cutting them before removing the protective film.
Imbue is a great option for pain relief for back pain.
But it's not just for back pain!
Try them on knees, shoulders, thighs, upper backs...anywhere pain relief is needed.
Safe...all natural...Imbue works!
Imbue back pain patches are 100% natural, and contain no synthetic dyes, parabens, perfumes, latex, phthalates, BPA, or aluminum.
So if you are searching for natural pain relief back pain, then Imbue is the answer for you!
Each resealable packet contains FOUR (4) patches, so that's only $3 per 4x6 patch...a great bargain considering the amount of pain relief you'll get from these patches!
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This product contains methyl salicylate, a pain reliever closely related to aspirin (aminosalicylic acid).
If you have a history of allergic reactions to aspirin, please consult your doctor or pharmacist before using Imbue Pain Relief Patches.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why should I use a patch instead of a pill?
Patches are a nice way to avoid the many side effects that oral pain relievers have, such as stomach upset and nausea.
Many strong oral pain killers cause a lot of dizziness and drowsiness, which can be avoided by using pain patches like Imbue.
Even if the pain patch does not completely eliminate the pain, it could reduce the need for oral pain killers.
2. Can I use a back pain patch on other parts of my body?
Use Imbue patches on shoulder, knees, elbows...any area where pain relief is needed. In fact, we know of one person who cuts Imbue patches into long, narrow strips to wrap around her wrist!
Of course, the smaller you make it, the less pain relieving medicine you will receive from the patch.
3. Is Imbue good for fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a difficult condition to treat. However, many folks experience additional pain relief by using Imbue patches alongside their prescription medicines. Imbue is very safe, and will not interact with prescription drugs used to treat fibromyalgia.
4. Is Imbue good for shingles?
There is a prescription patch available for shingles that is applied and used at the doctor's office. This prescription patch treatment uses capsaicin, the substance from hot peppers that provides pain relief. Thus, Imbue is not a direct substitution for the patch treatment you would receive at the doctor's office. However, Imbue is a great pain reliever! So speak with your doctor about it first.
5. Are these back pain patches only for back pain?
Definitely not! Use Imbue for arthritis, osteoarthritis, carpal tunnel...many different kinds of pain may benefit from Imbue.
6. Is the bag resealable?
Yes, the patches come in packs of four in a resealable pouch. If you decide to cut one in half, simply store the other half in the resealable pouch. Then simply store the pouch in a cool, dry place (the top shelf in a closet works well) away from children.
7. Is this a good substitute for prescription patches, like Flector?
Flector contains diclofenac, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) similar to other NSAIDs, such as aspirin, naproxyn, and ibuprofen. Imbue can be a good option for patients who want an alternative to Flector, or for folks who find the Flector patches to be too expensive.