You’re at your wits’ end.
You haven’t got time for the pain… but the pain has got plenty of time for you.
You’ve tried everything the pharmacy has thrown at you, and you might think you’re out of options.
But Mother Nature always delivers. And this one is a doozy.
Because a new, underground discovery actually ATTACKS your pain at the source and can send even the WORST aches packing.
In fact, it may work even BETTER than medical marijuana.
The pain reliever that’s been underfoot for 400 million years
If you have chronic pain these days, it feels like doctors are pushing two options.
You can go on risky (and often DEADLY) opioid painkillers – or, if you want a natural approach and it’s legal in your state, you can try medical marijuana.
But some people don’t want to do either… and that’s where liverwort comes in.
There are 20,000 different kinds of mosses, liverworts, and hornworts grouped as “bryophytes.”
And for DECADES they’ve been neglected in medical research.
In a series of mouse experiments, Swiss scientists found that a compound in Radula… a species of liverwort… can reduce your pain without doping you up.
Radula has something called perrottetinene (PET), which is structured like THC (a compound in marijuana)… and even similarly works to reduce pain by activating your brain’s cannabinoid receptors.
But there’s one big difference…
Its anti-inflammatory powers are stronger than THC — but its psychoactive effects are 10 times weaker.
When you need to keep your wits about you, you won’t have to feel as “high” or “out of it” just to chase the pain away.
And you won’t get hooked on it.
But it will stop inflammation where it starts – in the brain.
PET was first discovered by Japanese scientists in the 1990s, but it’s been mostly ignored since then.
Our researchers have spent a lot of time looking in the wrong places.
Liverwort has been growing naturally in Japan, New Zealand, and Costa Rica for the last 400 million years.
And it’s perfectly legal to grow, sell, and consume… all over the world.
The only problem is: Liverwort is hard to get. The Swiss researchers had to synthesize the version of PET they used in the study.
But you can find dried liverwort or liverwort powders and extracts online.