Pain Relieving Gel

My name is Daniel Feenstra….as a spina bifida with bad back pain I have spent a lifetime trying to find relief from pain. I even created a pain coach blog and programme to help people find ways in which they can use the power of their own mind to lessen their pain.

You can check it out here at : www.freedomwithpain.com

But the purpose of this post is to share with you Quiken Pain Relieving Gel.

Quiken is a pain relieving gel that I created utilizing the skills and talents of one of the top herbalists in the world. She worked with over 20 students for years to craft this amazing product.

I went to her and told her what my issues where with my own pain, discussed various products that I had tried, what had worked what hadn’t,  and she came up with a whole bunch of  pain relieving gel samples. After many many hours of testing those samples I selected this formula based on my exact specification of the results that I wanted it to achieve.

The brief went like this ;

Create a Pain Relieving Gel that ;

  • Is completely natural, non addictive, using 100% plant substances.
  • Relieves pain instantly it is rubbed on
  • Smells good
  • Warms and opens
  • Cools, soothes and eases
  • Heals and regenerates the underlying issues.

The result was Quiken a specially formulated pain relieving gel using a combination of 12 different plant medicines all in minutely measured and combined in a specific formation to create the unique Quiken Pain Relieving Gel formula.

One of the most potent ingredients is a native New Zealand plant called Kawakawa. It’s an interesting plant. Like many potent and powerful plant medicines it grows like a weed here in the native New Zealand bush. You can see it popping up everywhere. But looking a bit more closely it is way more than some mere weed. Its branches look like joints, its got loads of gnarly joint type connections. Ancient medicinal plant remedies that look like the problem area of the human body have been used to treat that part of the body very successfully.

Maori name: Kawakawa
Common name: Pepper tree
Botanical name: Macropiper excesum
Origin and general information: Kawakawa is a New Zealand native tree, growing from the North Island, as far south as Canterbury. It is prolific in the Waitakere Ranges in Auckland and grows anywhere. Kawakawa buses can find there way into any nook and cranny and take root. The tree can grow up  to a height of 7 metres.  Kawakawa has easily distinguishable heart-shaped leaves and edible orange fruit which are available most of the year round. From the same family as kava.
Kawakawa is excellent to help ;
  • skin complaints,
  • eczema,
  • psoriasis used topically,
  • ringworm,
  • cuts and wounds,
  • rubbed onto babies gums to ease teething pains,
  • skin moisturizer,
  • anti-bacterial,
  • may help ease acne.
  • Helps ease rheumatic, arthritic and all joint  pains, f
  • or boils abscesses,
  • and septic conditions,
  • rashes,
  • scabs,
  • festering sores.
Traditional Kawakawa Rongoa: (Maori medicines / formulations made from the plant)
Skin complaints: Steaming or bathing the patient was a common cure for many skin conditions.
Including a condition similar to ringworm. Boils were also treated with kawakawa. An infusion would be given by mouth night and day for 3 days. (
We recently had a Quiken customer whose whole right side of his body was covered with Psoriasis, he was cured in 7 days using Quiken topically. It was literally like witnessing a miracle.)
Stomach pain: Stomach pain was treated with kawakawa leaves and bark, which were taken orally 
Dysentery: Kawakawa root was chewed to cure dysentery.
Rheumatism and Arthritis: Kawakawa leaves were boiled and the remaining liquid was bathed in by the patient. 
Externally – for Wounds and bruising: Kawakawa leaves roasted produce juice used for application to wounds. Alternatively the wound could be dressed or bound with fresh leaves, to speed the healing process Boiled, hot kawakawa leaves were applied to bruising as hot as the patient could stand.
Genitourinary complaints: Infusions made from boiled leaves was taken as a diuretic. To treat sexually transmitted diseases introduced by early Europeans kawakawa leaves and sticks were burnt. The patient was surrounded in the smoke and then steamed when water was placed on the fire. Alternatively leaves and twigs were boiled and given orally. 
Respiratory complaints: an infusion of kawakawa leaves was kept warm on the fire in winter to drink, treating chest troubles 
Toothache/swelling of the mouth or cheeks: leaves were crushed into a poultice and placed over the affected area Leaves and fruit were also commonly chewed to for toothache.

The Kawakawa leaves are heart shaped and the intensity of the green color can range from dark to light depending on the position of sunlight to the leaf. The stems of the bush appear like a whole bunch of joints all wired together. That is one reason why it is thought to be so good at helping Joint Pain. As discussed the medicinal properties within Kawakawa help give you joint pain relief and heals long term  joint issues. This is just one of the amazing healing qualities of Kawakawa and Quiken Pain Relieving Gel.

As a pain relieving gel, it helps dozens of different pain conditions. From Joint Pain Relief to neck ache and neck pain relief, arthritic pain and arthritis pain relief, to knee pain issues and knee pain relief, back pain and back pain relief, to lower back pain and lower back pain relief. Recently I had a fractured rib. I don’t know if you have had a fractured rib before, but they can be excruciatingly painful, just breathing is horrible.

Yet rubbing Quiken on the cracked rib for a few days has helped tremendously and quickly brought some pain relief.

All you do is rub on some Quiken to the effected area 3 4 or 5 times a day and it literally works as a pain reliving gel. Takes the pain away. Without using horrible chemicals, or addictive prescription anti inflammatories. Quiken is a  100% natural, plant based Gel.

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