Living with chronic pain is tough. To add to your worries, the treatments often come with worse side effects than the pain itself, leaving you in a vicious cycle of pain and recovery.
With RemeAll, however, the manufacturer claims their clinically proven, all-natural remedy can provide relief from your pain and inflammation, whether caused by arthritis, muscle stiffness, strains, sprains, and more.
To accomplish this, users are instructed to rub a small amount of non-greasy RemeAll onto the affected area, while its 14 essential oils will quickly penetrate and deliver their healing powers. All of this without irritation and without using drugs that simply mask the side effects.
Sometimes, when the pain gets so bad, it might be easy to believe essential oils can meaningfully reduce pain and inflammation. But is RemeAll really “a better way to treat your pain,” or just a want to steal your hard-earned money? We’ll tell you what our research uncovered so you can “become a professional consumer.”
What Causes Inflammation & Pain?
According to WebMD, “Inflammation is a process by which the body's white blood cells and substances they produce protect us from infection with foreign organisms, such as bacteria and viruses.” In cases of arthritis (one of the most common inflammation-related conditions), these white blood cells mistake the body’s own tissue as something foreign that must be defended against.
Obviously, inflammation can take place under many other circumstances, such as a localized injury, as a result of increased circulation (such as muscles after lifting weights), and more.
Now, pain is a much more complex topic. In a nutshell though, it involves nerve signals sent from one part of your body to your brain, which are intended to let you know something’s wrong. However, the causes of this pain can be almost infinite, and can exist on a scale from barely noticeable to completely unbearable.
With this in mind, the big question is: Will any of RemeAll’s ingredients reduce inflammation or interrupt pain signals to your brain?
Are RemeAll’s Ingredients Effective?
Although there’s no label on the RemeAll, we’re told it’s formulated from 14 “powerful” oils:
- Mentha Plant
- Vitex Negundo
- Pine Plant
Sesame oil has been used traditionally in parts of Asia to treat inflammation and pain, although there’s little clinical evidence supporting it efficacy.
Eucalyptus and mentha may provide a cooling sensation on the skin, but there isn’t enough clinical evidence showing they can provide any pain relief or anti-inflammatory benefits.
In fact, based on the available evidence, it seems that only one of RemeAll’s ingredients might provide any kind of meaningful benefits: Camphor is FDA approved for treating mild pain in concentrations of 3% to 11%.
We use the word “might” since we’re not told the concentration of each ingredient in RemeAll, so we can’t be sure if there’s enough camphor to provide any benefits.
Is There a Link Between Science & Ayurveda?
According to their website, RemeAll was “developed by scientists using the ancient holistic healing properties of Ayurveda.” Now, we don’t mean to come down too hard here, but this is an oxymoron if we’ve ever heard one. Let’s quickly explain what we mean.
Ayurveda is a 5,000-year old holistic approach that aims to “prevent and treat illness by maintaining balance in the body, mind, and consciousness through proper drinking, diet, and lifestyle, as well as herbal remedies.” It’s even been called “the oldest healing science” and “Ayurvedic medicine,” but we think this is a pretty big misnomer. Why?
Basically, it comes down to the fact that “there aren’t enough well-controlled clinical trials and systematic research reviews—the gold standard for Western medical research—to prove that the[se] approaches are beneficial.” Keep this quote in mind, because we’ll come back to it in the final section.
How Much Does RemeAll Cost?
Two bottles of RemeAll are priced at $19.95 plus $13.98 S&H.
Each order comes with a 30-day refund policy, although you’ll immediately lose all your S&H charges, plus whatever it’ll cost for you to ship it back to the company. In the end, you might be lucky to break even.
Nonetheless, you can request a refund by calling Inventel’s customer service department at 323-375-1042.
Let’s talk more about the company in the next section.
Does RemeAll Have Any Customer Feedback?
It’s common for the HighYa team to review products as soon as they’re released, and for us to not find any online feedback during our research. RemeAll is no different.
However, we know that RemeAll is manufactured by Inventel, a relatively new addition to the ASOTV roster, although they’ve had some huge hits like DashCam Pro. Is there anything we can glean from them?
Overall, these products come with 1.5-star average ratings, with common complaints referencing that they didn’t work (or didn’t perform as advertised, if they did work), along with long shipping times.
Does this mean you’ll experience the same with RemeAll? We’re not saying you will; we just think it’s important that you have a bird’s eye view of the situation before placing your order.
Before wrapping up, let’s talk about RemeAll’s clinical proof.
Is RemeAll a Clinically Proven Pain Treatment?
One the RemeAll website, there were two glowing testimonials from Dr. Martin Bales and Dr. Leigh Connealy, both from the Center for New Medicine (also known as Cancer Center for Healing), a holistic treatment center focused on “alternative” medicine. Here’s what they said:
- Dr. Leah Connealy: "We have found that RemeAll is a very effective remedy for short-term and long-term chronic pain conditions."
- Dr. Martin Bales: "In our RemeAll study, 80% of the patients witnessed a decrease in inflammation."
Now, to put things in perspective, these are some really big claims, and would go a long way toward proving RemeAll’s efficacy. To verify these claims, we reached out to the Center and requested copies of their studies (or any other evidence they have on hand), and will be sure to update this review as soon as a response is received.
Bottom Line: Should You Buy RemeAll?
We didn’t test RemeAll, so we can’t provide any insight based on firsthand experience. After all, some pain relief supplements (whether oral or topical) could feasibly work better for some that others, and we’re fully willing to admit that this could be the same with RemeAll.
With or without firsthand experience, we still have to lean on the clinical evidence. And not only is there little clinical proof showing that the foundational tenets of Ayurveda are effective, there isn’t enough proof indicating that RemeAll’s specific ingredients are, either.
Does this mean you shouldn’t give RemeAll a try? We’re definitely not saying that’s the case, only:
- Once “alternative” medicine garners enough clinical proof showing a treatment to be effective, it then becomes just “medicine.” So, in many instances, if you encounter something that claims to be alternative medicine, it likely means there’s little rock-solid evidence behind it.
- Even if RemeAll’s ingredients were proven to relieve pain, there are hundreds of similar products online, many of which are priced much lower—especially considering its ultra-high, non-refundable S&H charges.
- Speaking of which, if you feel like rolling the dice on RemeAll, you’re putting $15+ of your money on the line, because you won’t get it back if you’re dissatisfied.
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