Cobrazol Sport: A Look into Our Ingredients

Taking a closer look at our ingredients will help show exactly what sets Cobrazol Sport apart from other topical pain relievers and how they actually work to tackle even some of the toughest muscle and joint pain!

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Venom:

Made from the combination of venom of four (4) different snakes, it’s actually the peptides within the venom that do the work to alleviate pain. Not only acting as an anti-inflammatory – but also actively blocking pain signals from reaching the brain! This allows for lasting relief from pain, while being safe to use and non-addictive!

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Capsaicin:

Capsaicin is what’s responsible for the heat that chili peppers have! When used as part of a topical pain reliever, capsaicin gives the area where it’s been applied a slight warming sensation. It works by actively stimulating and desensitizing the nerves in the affected area, bringing relief to nagging aches and pains.

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Arnica
Arnica is derived from the plant Arnica Montana and has been used for centuries as a remedy to alleviate the pain associated with muscle aches and bruising. Arnica is also an effective anti-inflammatory and actually promotes healing, not just pain relief!

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msm-mthylsulfonylmethane-cobrazol-sport-pictureMSM (Methylsufonylmethane)

MSM or Methylsufonylmethane (say that three times fast!), is actually a form of sulfur that is naturally found in living organisms!

 It helps to promote healing as well as pain relief! And it’s been said to support healthy joints and muscle.

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Frankincense (Boswellia Serrata)

Boswellia Serrata, otherwise known as Frankincense, is derived from the resin of Bowellia sacra trees.

Typically used for incense, the resin has also been used for its effectiveness as an anti-inflammatory agent.

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curcumin-cobrazol-sport-pictureCurcumin

Curcumin is what gives turmeric (a spice used in curry) it’s yellow/gold color. Long used in traditional remedies for different ailments, studies have shown the chemical properties of curcumin are proven to be very effective as an anti-inflammatory.

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