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Saturday, December 30, 2017

Sarapin Injection for Nerve Pain

Sarapin injection has been recommended by one of my blog patients. I have no experience, but it may be very promising, and could be in your discussions with your docs if you are suffering with nerve pain. 

SARAPIN® is an injectable analgesic indicated for the management of muscular or neuropathic pain that may be treated by local infiltration or nerve block. The distillate of a suspension of powdered Sarracenia purpurea (Pitcher Plant), SARAPIN® has been used safely and effectively for pain management by physicians for over 70 years

The patient stated: 
I had read about it and the doc that I go to happened to have used it before.  He used it after my suggestion.  There was a study done with injectable b12, dexamethasone, sarapin, and lidocaine that showed very good results: 

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