After a cancerous lump in Claire’s breast was removed, the scar from the operation became more and more painful and hard. She started to rub in QR cream wherever her breast was hurting. After the 1st application, she had less pain and, if she was using QR cream 3 times a day, she no longer had pain in her breast. Now, 4 weeks later, her breast is softer and much less painful.
On either side of your sternum (the long bone in the front of your chest), where your ribs attach to the cartilage, there is a joint that can get very irritated and swell up causing a painful bump. QR Cream can help relieve that pain and inflammation.
The people who used QR cream for their chest and breast pain experienced an average of 37% pain relief in 29 minutes lasting 1½ hours. This is better than the 36% relief people get from narcotics, the 23% from anti-inflammatory medications like Advil or Voltaren and 13% from Tylenol (acetaminophen) (Click here).
QR Cream does not penetrate through the ribcage to reach your heart, your lungs or your digestive tract. If you are experiencing pain from inside your chest, you need to consult with your doctor.
QR Cream will help relieve the pain or the itch near the surface of your abdomen, such as the pain after shingles or pain in your abdominal muscles. The mannitol in QR cream cannot reach your stomach, your kidneys, your uterus or your ovaries. It does not help with menstrual pain. For all of these, do not use QR Cream – consult with your doctor