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Have you experienced aching joints, sore muscles, a stiff back and limbs or other sports related issues?  Or are you currently trying to recover from any of the following:

  • Tendonitis: Inflammation of the tendon connecting muscle to bone.

  • Strain: Over-stretch/over-use of a muscle.

  • Sprain: Over-stretching a ligament connecting two bones.

  • Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursa sac which serves as padding between a muscle and bone.

  • Avulsion: Complete tearing of a muscle. Typically, along the junction between the muscle and its tendon.

  • Contusion: Bruising caused by impact.

  • Fracture: Breakage of a bone. Can be complete, partial, or from compression.

If you are affected by any of the above conditions you may want to try Double Helix Water Cream and Double Helix Water in order to boost recovery times.


While the initial inflammation in any injury is a sign and function of the healing process starting up, prolonged inflammation results in scar tissue in the affected area. Prolonged inflammation of injured areas can become one of the major barriers to speedy recovery. It is important to treat inflammation of injured parts as soon as possible. Nutrients need to flow to the cells in the affected area, and cells must regenerate and clean out waste and dead tissue as a result of the injury.

Our creams are packed with Double Helix Water and is formulated specifically to support delivery of Double Helix Water to injured body parts without the use of drugs or pharmaceuticals.

Due to this unique and natural formulation nutritional elements destined for the injured area aren’t damaged and the cellular healing process isn’t disrupted. Doctors report an improvement in recovery times in some patients when using Double Helix Water Cream.

Our unique ingredient is also available in concentrated format for internal use and is sold as Double Helix Water. Athletes tend to use both for increased performance during heavy workout and reduced recovery times after extensive physical exertion.

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