Giveaway! Zim’s Max Freeze

From time to time I like to tell you about products that we have used that have been helpful to us in managing our Juvenile Arthritis. Occasionally, my sons will use Biofreeze for topical JA pain relief. (For swollen or stiff joints, these are NOT good pain relievers for pre-shot numbing! For that, we love our Buzzy) Its a great product, but it can be pricey, and not always easy to find.  We have found another alternative, called Zim’s Max Freeze, that also has quite a few natural ingredients, and is less smelly than over the counter Ben Gay or Icy Hot. Zim’s Max Freeze is also more readily available in stores, so if I need something fast, I don’t have to wait for an internet order to arrive.  I was delighted to find this review and giveaway for Zim’s  through Sandy’s P.O.V. and thought I would pass it on to you!

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We also alternate hot and cold packs to confuse the nerves and dull the pain. Of course, we always consult our doctor and take the medications we have been prescribed as well. When things are bad enough that my boys need a little extra help, topical pain relief solutions like Zim’s are often just enough to tip the scales to “bearable.” What do you use for JA pain relief? I would love to hear about it in the comments. We are always looking for more solutions that we can put in our JA arsenal!

Don’t forget to follow the link and visit Sandy’s P.O.V. for your chance to win a free bottle of Zim’s Max Freeze. Giveaway ends on 3/1/2015 so hurry!

 

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  1. Natalie Force says:

    Thanks for the great tip! I have been using a do terra oil called deep blue mixed with a little coconut oil on my three year olds stiff joints and it is helping. I ordered right from Amazon.

    • Natalie, we also use essential oils, for so many things, including managing they symptoms of JA pain. DoTerra Deep Blue is a great product, as is Panaway from Young Living! We have had more luck with sore muscles and alleviating pain at the point of tendon/ligament insertion with the oils, and more luck with Biofreeze and Zim’s for joint pain. One word of caution though, be very careful buying the oils through Amazon if its not through a DoTerra or YL distributor. People can put in whatever they want, and just buy new safety lids! I saw a disturbing video on this not to long ago. It is very easy to do. If you need help finding a rep for either company, I know lots of people who would be happy to help you!

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