"Will BioFreeze help my sciatica?"
This is a very common question.
First, let's talk about what is in BioFreeze before answering.
The active ingredient in BioFreeze is menthol, which is a commonly used pain reliever.
Applied to ths skin, menthol penetrates the skin and relieves pain.
Now menthol is found in many many pain relievers because it's very safe. But...
There is a small problem with menthol.
Menthol doesn't usually penetrate the skin very well.
So it can't get down deep into the muscles and nerves.
BioFreeze is different.
BioFreeze also contains all-natural leaf extracts to help drive the menthol deep into the skin, providing fast, lasting pain relief.
So, will it work for sciatica?
BioFreeze is indicated for:
Temporary relief from minor aches and pains…
Now as anyone with sciatica will tell you, sciatic pain can be far from minor.
However, ice is certainly one of the ways we recommend to treat sciatic pain.
So in that sense, BioFreeze may help.
Just make sure to apply it up to four times a day.
Being consistent with it is the best way to get the most pain relief from BioFreeze.
Fortunately, BioFreeze is not very expensive.
In fact, the roll on will enable you to apply it right where it hurts.
Plus, you only apply as much or as little as you need, so you save money in the long run.