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    helps relieve my pain
    An_254866 posted:
    I use Absorbine Veterinary Liniment Gel. 12oz bottle 14.99 made for horses. Someone told me about it 5 or 6 years ago . Told my doctor about it she said bring her the bottle so that she could read what was in it. She ok 'd it I get it at the local feed store. Put it on my hands, feet , knees, elbows, hips , anywhere I am trobbing and can;t relax this either takes the pain away or is so warm and hot takes my concentration off the pain. It does not smell bad and I put gloves and socks on to increase the warmth. Hope this helps someone. Becky
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    zippdee7 responded:

    Yes. I used this before. Family doesn't like the smell, but it kinda felt good to me. I always try to consider them when I put ointments on. Other times I just don't care.

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