Neuroquell is the cumulative result of over 4 years of product development and testing in the field of nerve cell research. Neuroquell is applied topically. Neuroquell's active ingredient has been effective as a topical analgesic in dealing with numerous types of pain, including: Back Pain, Leg Pain, Headaches,pain from Endometriosis and Menstrual Cramps. Neuroquell has been tested alongside a placebo product and has been shown to statistically improve symptoms. The original intent of Neuroquell was to provide pain relief for endometriosis and menstrual cramps, but has been shown effective and is the only product (along with it's product line) that is topically applied that has been clinically tested under the strict FDA guidelines to provide safe, temporary relief from pain. Neuroquell works by inhibiting or stopping the nerve impulse signals that travel from one nerve cell to another-called a synapse. Neuroquell separates this joining of nerve cell impulses and moves them back towards their own cell body. The result of this is a reduction in nerve signals, which means less pain. Nerve cells work the same basically, all over the body, so it doesn't matter where the pain is located since it is applied to the nerves in the area with the pain! Neuroquell comes in a roll-on applicator bottle, which differs from traditional methods of applications, making it much easier to apply to the painful area, as a topical treatment. When Neuroquell is applied, it reduces the number of nerve impulses (sometimes called a "bombardment"). This is even more significant in cases of chronic pain sufferers, resulting in less pain signals traveling to the brain, causing a reduction in pain intensity and sensation. Neuroquell provides relief for the cost of the average prescription co-payment.