Charlote Arthritis Mexican Pain Pill

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Paul Says:


My wife, age 84, had arthroscopic surgery on her knee 15 years ago with little benefit. Lately she has had the rooster shots with no benefit. A few days ago she was in agony and friend gave her "Charlote Arthritis" pills from Mexico. The relief was almost instantaneous. She takes two per day and is pain free. The list ingredients are: oak, white willow, magnesium, chamomile, and one item, about 7 letters, too blurred to read.



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T Says:
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Where or how can I get some. I have taken them for my Lupus symptoms and it is an all day relief of pain that nothing else has been able to provide. I cannot find them anymore since the person who used to get them is no longer available.

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Paul Says:

El Centro Super Center, Nuevo Progresso, Tamp, MX

Hurry before Trump screws up everything and closes the border.

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TJJ Says:

Call Shaddai Pharmacy. They have 3 stores in Mx., one in Progresso, Mx. They may be able to ship to you. I usually buy 12-15 bottles at a time for my back pain.

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Glenn Says:

My wife and I have had a similar experience and would like to find a supply source. We had a neighbor pick up a moderate supply but they have gone back North. If anyone is going to Progresso, the second block on the left and a large Orange building on the left is where he got them. If you can get any info please let me know. {edited for privacy}. Thanks and God bless.

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David Says:

The ingredients listed by the original poster can also be found locally. Oak, white willow bark, magnesium and chamomile are all readily available over the counter at most health stores and natural supermarkets.

However, there hasn't been any mention of the last ingredient that Paul stated was 7 letters long... Does anyone here have more information on what ingredient that might be?

Also, if anyone has a box, can you please list the dosage that each ingredient comes in (like how many milligrams they put in each capsule or dose)?

Perhaps with this information we can make our own herbal substitute without having to visit Mexico...

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TJJ Says:

Dave, The pills come in a white bottle, not a box. There is no information on the bottle as to how much of anything there is in a pill. Instructions are to take one daily with meals, for best results take two daily. The ingredients listed on my bottle are: Oak, White Willow, Magnesium, Rosemary, Chamomile. The pharmacy I listed earlier has a TX/USA phone number. Sorry I do not have it with me, on a trip.

The info from my bottle is:
Super Natural Products De Mexico
Rio Azul 108
El Salto, Jalisco, Mexico

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Willie Says:
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How can I get charlote arteritis pills through the mail

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Denny Says:
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I need Charlotte’s Arthritis oak, white willow, magnesium, rosemary and chamomile pills. How can I buy and ship them to the USA? It’s made in Mexico.

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Deb Says:
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Re: David (# 5)

Rosemary is the other ingredient in Charlott Arthritis pills

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Jjl Says:

Re: T (# 1)

Basically, every pharmacy in Progresso sells them. However, the price has climbed. $12.50 - $14.95 are the norm now. The previous posts list some stores. The USA number of Shaddai Pharmacy is 956-467-5019. You should be able to google for more stores. Suzi Pharmacy is another one you might try. There are probably 50 stores in a 3 block area.

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Roadrambler Says:

Re: Glenn (# 4)

Last we heard when we were there last week is that the manufacturer of Charlote and the Mexican government are in a disagreement and it is about money. Charlote products are not currently being manufactured and thus they are hard to find and more expensive when you do find it. The ingredients listed on the bottle are Oak, White Willow, Magnesium, Rosemary, Chamomile, Diclofenac sodium. mg's are not listed so no idea of how much of each. Diclofenac sodium did not use to be listed but the newer bottles have it on there. Do not know if it was in there before and not listed or has recently been added. It truly is a miracle pill in my opinion. Joint pain is what I use it for. It is immediate (20 minutes) relief and it distresses me that it is not as readily available as before. I had planned to buy 36 bottles but we came home with 15 and we hunted all over town for that many. I plan to try taking it every other day to make it last longer. I am hoping for this to be a temporary situation.

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Jjl Says:

Re: Roadrambler (# 11)

Glen, do not know where u were shopping, but, there is no shortage in Progresso, Mx. There is a price increase from last year. However, my wife and a friend went over a few days ago, bought 30 bottles for $11.25 per bottle.

The facts, you mentioned, sound like the same bs we heard about some other drugs. The hurricane on the Texas coast wiped out the drug factory. We ended up buying them at USA Walmart for less money.

I posted a phone number in a previous post, and you can Google the rest, for a number.

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Jjl Says:

This a update from my previous post. My wife went to Progresso, Mx. First week of March. Bought 10 bottles, a friend bought 20. Plenty of supply. Today 4/2/18 we went to Progresso, Mx. Not a Single bottle to be found, asked why, got several opinions, but no facts. Glad we got some when we did.

That said, I have found for my pain 500mg of naproxen once or twice a day takes care of me. My Dr. Ordered 180 pills from Walmart. $10.00 for 180 pills with 3xrefills. Just be carefull your liver and kidneys may not like that dose.

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Cjb Says:
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Any recent news in the Charlotte pills. Went to Progresso, Mx 1 1/2 weeks ago. Not one bottle to be found. It’s the only medicine I can take because of my kidneys. I hurt so much every day and really need some. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Jjl Says:

Paul,

The bottles we got in March have a different label. This is the wording:

Super Natural Products De Mexico
Rio Azul 108
El Salto, Jalisco, Mexico


Might try and email them, when I did I got no reply tho. Maybe snail mail?

Ingredients are listed as: Oak, White Willow, Magnesium, Rosemary, Chamomile, Diclofenac sodium.

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Doris Says:

I tried 1 bottle and I want to buy more. How can I purchase it?

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Cliff Says:

A relative gave me a bottle of Charlote arthritis pills she got in Mexico near Brownsville, Texas. Only problem, I live in Phoenix. I travel to Los Algodones a few times a year and wondering if any place sells them there. They work great on my arthritis.

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Bonita Says:
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Sooo whT is the 7 letter word that's an ingredient in this Charlotte arthritis Mexican pill please? My mom has severe knee pain.

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Tracey Says:
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Re: Glenn (# 4)

How would I get these? My back kills me daily. Please let me know. What is the name of them cause i will have to know to tell them. Thank you in advance from someone hopeful of relief. Did u find anything out on the orange building?

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Marin 5 Says:

Re: Deb (# 9)

Rosemary is already listed in this arthritis pill!

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