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Mountain Ice Pain Relieving Gel is a unique formula that contains Glucosamine, MSM, Chondroitin, Turmeric, Arnica Montana Flower, Camphor, Menthol, Aloe Vera, Tea Tree Oil, Hyaluronic Acid. Perfect blend of rich ingredients designed to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, improve circulation, and promote better mobility.
Clorox Bleach Wipes are a premoistened, 1-step cleaner and disinfecting germicidal wipe that is specially designed for healthcare settings (nursing...View full details
Purell Advanced Hand Sanitizer Green Certified, Half-Gallon Refill Pump Bottle, 64 oz Kills 99.99 percent of most common germs that may cause illn...View full details
Sani Hands ALC Antimicrobial Gel Hand Wipes 100 Counts are disposable antimicrobial hand wipes used to clean the hands in a safe and sanitary mann...View full details
Mountain Ice Bone and Joint Health Complex is an advanced formula designed to promote better bone health while increasing joint flexibility and mot...View full details
Mountain ice Eczema Cream is an advanced formula that hydrates, restores and rebalances the epidermis lipid layer of the Skin. The epidermal lipid...View full details
Mountain Ice Pain Relief Gel has taken the active ingredient of menthol and combined powerful natural plants and extracts to create a specially des...View full details
Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a group of medical conditions that cause flareups of inflamed, irritated skin. The disease, which affects 35 million Americans, requires careful management including awareness of individual eczema triggers and finding the right treatment methods, such...
World Alzheimer's Day, celebrated yearly on September 21st, spotlights a disease that affects over 5 million Americans. Alzheimer's Disease diagnoses are growing at an exponential rate, and treating it is one of the costliest efforts in our health care system....
Sickle cell disease (SCD) is the most common inherited blood disorder among Americans, affecting approximately 100,000 people in the country. Although mortality rates have vastly improved since a vaccine was introduced in 2000, the costs of managing the disease remain...