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What is Neurotend?

Neurotend Topical Solution is an innovate product, highly effective in the rejuvenation and the activation of the affected cells creating the tissue of the skin, the peripheral nervous system tissue and the tendons tissue.

Mechanism of action

The micro-molecular properties of the polyphenols contained in Neurotend solution allow them to penetrate cells membranes of the peripheral nervous system, tendon and the skin tissue, thus becoming able to recover and protect the cells from the destructive free radical activity.


Poor nutrition, hypoxia, micro-vascular injuries, inflammation, smoking, obesity and aging, are factors present in the development of peripheral diabetic polyneuritis causing uncontrollable multiplication of the free radicals. Factors such as physical stress, injuries, obesity, smoking and aging can be present in the development of tendinopathies.


Neutralizing the destructive action of the free  radicals by the use of Neurotend solution, the cells function is regulated, the protective mechanisms of the cells are activated and the cells are rejuvenated, thus becoming able to operate as fully function cells. Neurons gradually recover and begin to send the correct signals to the central nervous system and fibroblasts begin to produce the correct collagen fibers. Activation of the collagen production also causes acceleration of the wound healing and generally improves the protection of the skin.

How to use it

Spray on the affected area 2 - 3 times daily. Light 5 minute massage follows. When symptoms subside, it is recommended to spray the solution on the affected area once daily for protective purposes.

General information

  • Neurotend solution is a natural product.

  • Side effects have not been observed.

  • Keep away from the reach of children.

  • Store the product in a cool dry place.


Neurotend was clinically tested with impressive results in the following cases:

  • Peripheral Neuropathies

  • Neuropathic Pain

  • Carpel Tunnel Syndrome

  • Achilles Tendinitis

  • Uric Arthritis 

  • Fibromyalgia

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