Free Real Time Pain Relief Gel

Free Real Time Pain Relief

This freebie was originally posted on November 16, 2012 and is still available.

This old free Real Time Pain Relief gel offer is nice, whatever, but the pressing issue at hand is their main site. Are there people who have read that entire page? Who are these people?! Do they not have hobbies or a job or a normal attention span? If I came home and found a loved one reading that page, I’d have them committed.

You have to confirm your email address and they say that a retailer might contact you to verify your request, so make sure to use your freebie email address and a bogus phone number. It’s worth it though as this product is also awesome. Works wonders on my neck.




  • Steph C

    Yikes…you’re right about their never-ending rambling main page.  Maybe if you’re in intense pain, you’re supposed to use their product and while you wait for it to kick in, you read their website?
     
    Btw, to make sure you receive no phone calls from their rep, do not give them your number; it is NOT required, since there is no asterisk next to the box for entering phone numbers.  I registered without entering a number and it worked fine.

  • sfiggins8

    Actually guys this stuff really does work better for me than Icy Hot or Biofreeze ever had. I read their page and it is a very good explanation of what they stand for and how the product actually works. Maybe you should take the time to read it. Guarantee if medications came along with the info that this product provided no one would take it. Just saying. Don’t be lazy… look into what you put in or on your body. It’s not a waste of time.

  • http://www.rtpr.com/main/64353e5b Koni Andrews

    Real Time Pain Relief is an immediate pain relief gel. If you have tried the rest and are tired of pills and all the other pain-masking topicals it’s time you get relief from your pain now by reducing inflammation, pain and allowing your body to heal. Free sample, free shipping and more free samples … What are you waiting for?

  • Kimberly

    About 3/4 down their very long page, I caught this little nugget of jibberjabber:
    “Topical products had very high levels of menthol which produces a numbing effect whenever the menthol ligand attaches to the kappa Opioid receptor.”
    Isn’t the Kappa Opioid Receptor the frat guy that gets the opium?

  • Shelby

    If you’ve ever tried this product you’d know it works. If the web page is too many words for you to read, maybe you need meds for Attention Deficit Disorder. More information is better than none at all. No one calls you – no one has to. If you experience pain and it helps – you make the choice to buy it or not. It’s still America and if you don’t like something, let it be. But do your research before writing so you can sound more knowledgeable and make more intelligent arguments. It’s not a scam. It’s immediate pain relief that works!

  • CBC

    THIS PRODUCT HAS A VERY VERY VERY LOW MENTHOL IN IT HAS THE LOWEST METHOL OUT OF ALL THE PRODUCTS ON THE MARKET I HAVE TRY IT WORKS AND IT SMELL GREAT

  • ShelbyShutUp

    Your rambling is worse than the rambling on the web site.