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Bone on bone thumbs

Bones, Joints & Muscles | Last Active: Jun 13, 2020 | Replies (101)

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@lioness Thanks, Linda. I did some research too. T-cream and gel have arnica in them but you can get arnica alone I believe. What I wonder is if it could be contraindicated to my immunosuppressant, and/or the prednisone I have to take as part of my immunotherapy. My friend seemed to think it helps with healing but I suspect it just helps with the discomfort. If it does help with healing I would think it must pass the barrier into your bloodstream.
I never in a million years thought I’d be taking the number of pills I’m now taking, and I am not taking the more common ones like BP meds, cholesterol, and something for osteoporosis. I am concerned that those will be next.
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@contentandwell I don't know what T-cream is. I use the Arnica cream and have the gel. This is just a muscle rub for the pain and doesn't break though the blood barrier. It comes in homeopathic also . I have used the pills they are sublingual . But prefer the tea for myself. I only use it when I have flare ups on fibromyalgia. Otherwise the cream helps it doesn't heal just helps with the pain. What is T-cream.?

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