Yes, you can buy Terocin "over the counter", either as a lotion or patch.
The difficulty will be finding a counter to buy it over; the common pharmacy chains don't seem to have it at present, but you could always ask the pharmacist if the store can source it.
The active ingredients are menthol and lidocaine, which are also found in other products.
I would avoid online stores and talk to a pharmacist. The pharmacist should be able to either look to obtrain it or at least suggest a good alternative that will fulfil your requirements. Most pharmacists are very knowledgeable and able to give good qualified information about this kind of thing.
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