Cobroxin is a new OTC treatment for pain made from Asian Cobra venom
It has been rather interesting to research on Cobroxin: It is available OTC and rated as 2-6 on a scale of 10, seems to be wonderful med. Investigations started as early as 1800's & was established by early 1900s in China & India. More history could be read on: http://www.cobroxin.com/scientific_research.php#history_of_cobroxin
Cobra venom is being studied for treating various forms of pain, cancers, autoimmune and neurological disorders. The Nutra Pharma subsidiary, ReceptoPharm, and other researchers have definitively proven that cobra venom contains constituents that control pain and inflammation. Researchers in China are examining the possibility that cobra venom can be used to treat drug addiction. The National Cancer Institute in Italy has participated in Chinese clinical trials to assess the efficacy of Cobra toxins in controlling post operative muscle and joint pain and moderate to severe cancer pain. More recently alpha-cobratoxin, one of the molecules found in cobra venom, has been reported to kill mesothelioma and lung cancer cells, 75 years after the first reports in the 1933 issue of the medical journal Lancet.
I presume that you could take Cobroxin along with Cymbalta, perhaps I could not be able to suggest that it could be checked with a pharmacist as not many would have heard of this OTC - Cobroxin, or perhaps my information could be wrong, honestly its the first time I have heard or read about Cobroxin, thanks indeed.
Do let me know your experience of using the med.
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