Pain Relief Cream

PAIN Cream

Americas Best Smelling Most Effective, Rub on Pain Relief. It's Pain Relief you can Trust....Read More

Sports Pain Relief Cream

SPORTS Cream

Designed to soothe pain without masking the pain to a point that you do damage to your body...Read More

Targeted  Relief

TARGETED Relief

HAND Cream, FOOT Cream, and more, no matter where it is, we have the Relief you need...Read More

Real Time Pain Relief MAXX

Pain Relief MAXX

Pain Crushing Relief...When you feel persistent, intense pain, use the powerful relief of Real Time MAXX...Read More

 

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Safe, Effective & Fast Acting

Pain Relief You Can Trust...Since 1998

Relief in Minutes

It is Freaky Fast...You will be amazed at how fast it works

Smells Great

We purposefully designed Real Time Products with No Medicine Smell

Targeted Relief

As we hear time and again...Simply Rub It On and the Pain Is Gone

FDA Registered OTC

Real Time Pain Relief is an FDA Registered Over the Counter drug

Highest Quality Ingredients

All Real Time Products are made with the highest quality ingredients

Proprietary Herbal Blend

The Safest, Most Effective, Fastest Acting, Targeted Pain Relief available

Manufactured in the USA

We manufacturing all of our products in the American Heartland.

No Residue

Our Transdermal Formula will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth

No Harmful Chemicals

So many product contain harmful chemicals and dangerous side-effects...Our Products DO NOT

No GMOs

No need for Genetically Modified Organisms...just natural Pain Relief

Paraben Free

No need to worry...All Real Time Products are Paraben Free

SLS Free

Questionable or Not...we left SLS out of our products too

 

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Latest Blog Post

Hand Exercises: The Biggest Prevention in Hand Pain?

hand-exercisesWe live in an age where a huge percent of the population works long hours performing repetitive tasks with their hands. Those who work in occupations such as manufacturing, computers/typing, music, carpentry, and other jobs that require extensive use of the hands, they are the ones who hold the highest risk of developing a musculoskeletal condition in their hands (or another form of painful hand disorder). 25% of all computer operators have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, in fact, carpal tunnel syndrome is the #1 reported medical complaint and accounts for almost 50% of all work-related injuries.

Even those who have not had long careers working with their hands may develop some form of arthritis in their hands, and the risk grows higher as we age. Of those who experience symptoms of arthritis, hand pain is a common issue for many. At least 3 million arthritis patients report that they have difficulty grasping objects with their hands.

(Continue Reading HERE)

For more information about hand exercises: (Click Here)

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Ergonomic Keyboards: Save Your Hands

ergonomic-keyboards-control-hand-painFor the last 25 years or more researchers have studied the workplace and the risks that may arise for those who work with computers/office jobs full-time. A new science, ergonomics, furthered everything we now know about the high risks of injury that develop from using our hands to type for long hours of the day. Thankfully, we have progressed enough that there are now various assistive devices that prove useful, comfortable, and user-friendly for the avid keyboardist. From ergonomic chairs, keyboards, mouse pads, to standing desks and tablet gloves; we’ve come a long way. However, there are still numerous RSI (repetitive stress injuries) reported for those who spend large amounts of time typing and using a computer device.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), repetitive strain injuries are the most common, as well as costly occupational health problem. It affects hundreds of thousands of American workers every year, and costs more than $20 billion a year in worker’s compensation. Musculoskeletal disorders seem to be the most reoccurring medical conditions in the U.S., affecting 7% of the population according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety Health. (Continue Reading HERE)

For more information on ergonomic keyboards and other gadgets, (Click Here)

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How to Prevent Hand Injuries and Pain from Manufacturing Jobs

manufacturing-job-hand-painManufacturing jobs seem to involve a high level of risk when it comes to hand injury or other painful conditions in the hands. Most likely due to the long hours, the repetitiveness, and the amount of physical labor these jobs require. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there were nearly 205,000 injuries and illnesses to the wrists/hands/fingers, leading to days away from work in 2006.

Manufacturing work can put a great deal of stress on the body, and it is one of the worst industries to work at when it comes to your hands and wrists. As a person that works in manufacturing, you are probably performing the same tasks hundreds, or even thousands, of times per day, and that repetitive stress really adds up.

For some who work in manufacturing, their job may require them to work on objects that are on a conveyor belt all day, for others, it could be using the same set of tools or operating the same piece of machinery for hours. In some cases, it might be the constant handling and assembling of parts. Whatever it may be, the years of performing these tasks can easily lead to significant pain in the hands or wrists.

As with any job, finding time to rest will help, but in manufacturing, this time is often in short supply. There are ways to help prevent some of the risks that come to our hands from manufacturing jobs, and can be easily done if only remembered. If you spend long parts of your day gripping tools, handles, or turning knobs, you can lower your risk of pain or injury by wearing the proper gloves and learning how “grip properly.” It may seem like a no-brainer, but when you do the same repetitive task over and over, it makes a big difference in the way you grasp tools and how you work with them.

Another good tip for manufacturing workers is to try to wear a brace on the wrists or even the hands. As long as they do not get in the way of the work, the restricted mobility can save the joints and tendons. If the problem gets severe, then you may need to see a doctor. The doctor may be able to prescribe therapy that can protect the hands from injury and restore movement.

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Latest Tips

Gripping Tips For People Who Suffer With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you're gripping it firmly, you're doing it wrong - the tighter the grip, the more stress that negatively impacts your Carpal Tunnel. Your grip is the force that you put on something. Many times people grip firmly just out of habit.

10 Tips to Ease Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Part 2

Carpal tunnel syndrome causes throbbing or slight pain in the wrist, palm, forearm, and shoulder. Symptoms include pain, numbness, tingling, burning, and weakness in the hand and fingers. It can influence daily activities and your quality of life. In advanced cases, the hand can become numb, lose the ability to sense heat and cold, as well as lose the ability to grip and not drop things. 

10 Tips to Ease Pain from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Part 1

Carpal tunnel syndrome pain is a common condition that affects more than 3.5 million people in the United States every year.

Latest Newsletter

June 2016

Here we look at the many types of back painDo you know how many different types of back pain exist? Do you know how great nutmeg oil is for your body?

If you would like to learn more about these topics, check out this month's newsletter!

And that's not all...we have provided you with other great tips to relieve pain!

May 2016

Here we look at the many types of neck painGreat Information in this month's Newsletter... An In-Depth Look at Neck Pain, The Health Benefits of Aloe Vera, and more!

April 2016

What your feet can tell you about your healthGreat Information in this month's Newsletter... What Your Feet Are Telling You About Your Health, The Many Health Benefits of Anthemis Nobilis, and more!

CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS

What they say about Real Time Pain Relief

I had been going through six weeks of physical therapy for knee pain and it wasn't getting any better. Found a vendor of RTPR at a local farmer's market and tried a sample right there.
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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Holly E. - Merrimack, New Hampshire

I found your product at a booth for the Philadelphia Marathon Expo last Sunday. I have always had a very high tolerance for pain, but the product smelled so nice that I allowed your representatives to apply your product to my elbow.
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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Nancy G. - Bridgewater, New Jersey

I am a truck driver and I am always hurting somewhere, so when my friend Donald O'Neal told me about Real Time Pain Relief I said I'll try it. I tried it and it made my shoulder pain go away. So I'm going to order some more.
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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Michael E. - Clarksville, Tennessee

I have knee pain from the being in the Army, so I started using some of the free samples I received. I noticed relief in a matter of minutes..
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Average: 4 (1 vote)

Corey Zupka - Pigeon Ford, Tennessee

I have suffered with Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis which pain medications have not helped and have rather hurt my liver and kidneys and the serious pain meds make me so groggy I cannot function.
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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Dawn Briggs - Parker, Colorado

My wife was recently diagnosed with carpal tunnel. Her pain was so bad that she made me drive her to the ER in the middle of the night on two different occasions. I got a sample for her and it helped her so much that she is off her meds.
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Craig N. - Atalissa, Iowa

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