I get it... Joint pain sufferers are getting desperate.

So desperate, in fact, that they’re resorting to putting WD-40 on their hips, elbows, and wrists whenever their aches swell up:

I urge you…

Don’t Do This!

WD-40 was developed for the space program back in the early ‘50s….

And while it’s great for door hinges or rusted screws, WD-40 is a petroleum-based product…

WD-40 has no business being on (or in) your body.

In fact, it says so right on the can!

"WD-40 is meant as a lubricant and protectant for mechanical applications only."

Think rocket engines, lunar landers, and your lawnmower, not knees, wrists, and elbows.

I know millions of Americans with joint pain are getting desperate — but there’s a better way.

My friend, Dr. Joshua Levitt, a board-certified naturopathic physician, owns and runs one of the most well-respected holistic medicine practices in New England.

That's where, over the past 18 years, he’s seen thousands of patients that suffer from aches, pains, and creaky joints who are looking for a non-drug solution.

Sound familiar?

He knew there had to be a natural, effective way to help them...

And, after going back through 4000 years of history to develop an understanding of how ancient civilizations worked through pain-- he’s found it.

Best of all, it’s as easy as 1,2,3...and takes just 30 seconds a day.

Because what he’s done is identify the THREE KEY sources of pain and a method to address them.

Something Dr. Levitt calls the I-M-F protocol…


Muscle Tension


I'll tell you more about the “I-M-F protocol” in a bit, but just know that it helps put out the flames of inflammation which can lead to muscle tension and ultimately, fibrosis if left unchecked.

Once Dr. Levitt realized how powerful this natural protocol was for fighting I-M-F, he knew that he needed to make it as easy as possible for individuals, like yourself, to put into practice.

By the time Dr. Levitt was finished, he had something nothing short of miraculous… a fast, natural way to REVERSE the pain his patients had been dealing with.

And when I say fast, I mean it! This protocol takes less than 30 seconds per day to complete.

Want to discover the secret behind my I-M-F protocol, which has already helped thousands of patients?

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