Sarapin is a natural substance derived from the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea. It’s often used in medicine as an analgesic (pain reliever) and has been historically used for its potential anti-inflammatory properties, particularly in treating certain types of pain conditions. It’s commonly administered through injections and is believed to work by blocking pain signals in nerves.
However, it’s crucial to note that while it has been used in some medical contexts, its effectiveness and safety might vary, and it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional before using any treatment. Always seek guidance from a qualified medical practitioner for appropriate advice and treatment options for any medical condition.
For more than seven decades, doctors have safely and successfully managed patients’ pain using SARAPIN®, an agent that acts on sensory nerves. In contrast to Cortisone, which has been linked to many negative consequences like weight gain and blood pressure increase, It is a biological medication made from the pitcher plant that has almost no known negative effects.
It functions by blocking pain impulses sent by the spine’s nerves as they leave the spinal column. It is unaffected by heat or cold, nor does it interfere with any other nerve or motor activities. SARAPIN is not a patented product due to its origins, which makes it far less expensive than the majority of patented drugs.
The following pain disorders are the most often treated with SARAPIN:
Brachial Plexus Neuralgia, Alcoholic Neuritis, and Occipital Neuritis
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Lower Back Pain