Two Teens And Their Mama: Keep Moving With Ted's Pain Cream

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Keep Moving With Ted's Pain Cream

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf to Ted's Pain Cream.  All opinions are my own.


I love to exercise and I've tried it all.  Zumba, biking, weight training, yoga, cardio circuit. But this time of year, there's nothing better than getting outside to hike with family.

Last weekend my cousin was visiting from New York, and she wanted to explore and experience the beauty that is Washington in July.  We decided to spend the day on two very different trails.  

The first meandered along the Stillaguamish River, eventually ending with a rocky scramble and spooky abandoned railroad tunnels. 




Once that trail was conquered, we headed up the road to the Big Four Ice Caves.  After a short hike through old growth forest, we emerged into a beautiful valley with waterfalls and a huge snow field.



And because I live in a house of men, you know there had to be a big snowball fight.  It was pretty much the perfect day.


Until I got home, and my body started yelling at me.  Because the fact is, I'm 50, and I've had my share of injuries over the years.  A torn meniscus from a skiing accident years ago still gives my knee trouble, especially when venturing up hills and over rocks.

I may be the one slowly bringing up the rear, but I'm not going to quit hiking with my family any time soon. Instead, I'll keep moving with Ted's Pain Cream.

Ted is a neuroscientist who discovered a new kind of pain relief, using natural ingredients like resveratrol and wintergreen oil.  He published his findings, tested it on himself, and the rest is history.  The combination of ingredients appears to work by "turning down" the volume of your nerves back to normal levels.  If you're interested in the longer, more science-y story, you can read about it here.

The bottom line is...this cream works.  Within a few hours of applying it to my knee, I started to feel relief.  It's cool and refreshing, and smells exactly like a wintergreen Life Saver!  I've continued to use it three times a day, and my knee hasn't felt this good in years.

Ted's Pain Cream also works well on tendonitis, muscle strains, plantar fasciitis and bruises.  The effect seems to maximize after a week of use.

I love to use products that give back, and every purchase of Ted's Pain Cream supports neuroscience scholarships for worthy students.  Pain relief and helping future scientists? That's a win win!

I don't care if I'm 50.  I'm going to keep moving and exercising and working towards being the strongest me I can be. And when the pain hits, I'll definitely reach for Ted's Pain Cream every time!




18 comments:

  1. I've never heard of Ted's. I have knee problems too and it sounds like just what I need after a long hike or bike ride!

    Jill
    Doused In Pink

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  2. Very interesting. I might need to give this a try.

    bisous
    Suzanne

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  3. I need to go hiking in your neck of the woods

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  4. What a fun day! I'm going to have to check out that cream, there are definitely some old injuries in this house that pop up from time to time.

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  5. Love that pic of you by the water! So fresh.

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  6. I love that it is made of natural ingredients. It's so fun to be playing in the snow - in shorts!

    Lisa
    Daily Style Finds

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  7. Love things like with more natural ingredients! I'll have to look it up for Brent so I don't have to listen to him complaining lol

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  8. I suffer from plantar fasciitis from time to time and I've not found a cream that works on the pain. Thanks for sharing this Lana! I'll have to check it out!

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  9. Oh girl, can Ted make a bubble bath form of this? I would like to bathe in it if it works so well, I swear there's a new ache or pain every dang day! And Washington looks incredible, I really need to get there.
    xo,
    Kellyann

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  10. Awesome - I need to show this to Cassidy. He has some unforgiving aches, pains, and remnants of injuries.
    Also, I want to have that perfect day there!

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  11. Wohoo. I love this.
    Vaishali
    http://www.vivaciouswish.com/2017/07/13/dressentials-off-the-shoulder/

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  12. I spend so much time gardening with all the aches and pains associated with that. This cream sounds perfect for me! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. the older I get the more my body tends to hurt. My knees have always given me trouble when I exercise ever since I lost my weight and there’s nothing I can do about it. so I just have to live with not being able to do jump squats and jumping lunges, and you know what I’m Aok with that. I need to try this ted’s pain cream, thank you for sharing. Wow the Stillaguamish River looks fun. I love when family comes in town.

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  14. What a great hiking trip. Beautiful pics. Sounds like I need some of this Ted cream too.

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  15. What a gorgeous hiking trip with family! So much fun, and snow! Good to know this cream works, wonder if it would work on shoulders?...

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  16. Sounds like great hikes. Wonderful pictures! This cream is new to me. Since I sold pain medications for more than a decade it certainly is an interesting ingredient profile. I am wondering if it works with burns and scrapes too. Thanks for making me aware of Ted's!

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  17. Beautiful country! I love Washington. I've missed you and thought I would come visit.

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    1. Yes please!!! My home is always welcome to you!

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