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…

? Inflammation

? Muscle Tension

? Fibrosis

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.

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Shivam is a heartbroken and introvert atheist, gangster, and right-hand man of Bharat Malik, a businessman who runs a chain of hotels in Hong Kong. Shivam is given the responsibility of one of these hotels, which he bears capably and well, making it much more successful than Malik's other hotels. Malik holds Shivam in the highest esteem due to Shivam's loyalty, reliability, and business acumen, and treats him like an adored son whom he entrusts with almost everything - indeed, more so than his biological son Ronnie. This is the cause of much jealousy on Ronnie's part against Shivam, but due to Malik's outspoken support for Shivam, Ronnie does not dare to openly oppose him. Shivam has a very close childhood friend, Kabir, who assists him with everything. Meanwhile, Malik's brother Rajan and Rajan's spoilt son Munna nurture a grudge against Shivam because of Shivam's repeated conflicts with Munna. One da y, Malik asks Shivam to keep an eye on his young mistress Reema, whom he suspects of having an affair with someone else, while he is away on a brief business trip. Reema is a young Pakistani girl, devout Muslim, and victim of sex trafficking, whom Malik had "bought" in the Bangkok flesh market. If Reema is found cheating on Malik, then Shivam has to inform him immediately. In Shivam's interactions with Reema, he recalls his lost love, Aliyah, in a series of flashbacks. Aliyah was a devout Muslim whom Shivam had met by chance in the marketplace one day. The duo eventually fell in love, but when her father saw them together, he wrathfully confronted them, reprimanding Aliyah physically. He also exposed Shivam's gangster background to a shocked Aliyah, leading to Shivam's instantly offering her father his gun, saying that he was willing to let go of everything, start anew, and legitimately provide for Aliyah if he is allowed to be with her. Aliyah's father rec overs from his initial surprise quickly and shoots at Shivam with the gun, who ducks to avoid the bullet. The bullet hits Aliyah instead, killing her and temporarily driving Shivam over the edge. A feeling of guilt and sorrow at Aliyah having died because he tried to save his own life remains with Shivam hereafter. Aliyah's father instantly commits suicide when he realizes what he has done. Shivam discovers one night that Reema has a secret boyfriend named Bilal, who convinces her to run away with him back to Pakistan. Shivam informs Malik, who orders Reema's elimination. However, when he confronts the couple to eliminate them, she dares him to shoot her, claiming that freedom is her right, requesting mercy "for God's sake". Shivam is reminded of Aliyah's religious mannerisms, which bear a strong resemblance to Reema's, and is unable to shoot her, leaving her alive. Malik tries to reach Shivam, who severs contact with the former, leading to Malik findin g out about his disobedience. Shivam plans to quickly run away from Hong Kong back to India with Kabir, who is extremely unwilling to do so. Eventually, he betrays Shivam to Malik, whose regard for Kabir goes up. Malik has Shivam captured and orders, Ronnie, to torture Shivam until he agrees to kill Reema when Shivam refuses to do so even after Malik offers him a second chance. Malik is now genuinely hurt and sorrowful at what he perceives as Shivam's betrayal, and he hands over Shivam's responsibilities in the business to Kabir. Malik makes up the old feud with Rajan and Munna and merges their gangs and businesses, with Malik demanding that Shivam be brought before him alive so that Malik can kill him personally. This occurs in Kabir's presence, who is bitterly penitent to the point of not wishing to live any more over his betrayal of Shivam. Shivam manages to escape Ronnie and seeks refuge in the monastery of a monk whom he had once set free from certain death. He reco vers from his injuries, and reminded of Aliyah and her belief in freedom, decides to not continue running all his life to save his own skin, but to "fulfill someone else's dreams" - namely, unite Bilal and Reema and send them to Pakistan. He manages to save Bilal from Malik's henchmen, led by Kabir, whom Shivam still trusts and regards as his best friend, who tearfully reiterates that he is ready to die for Shivam, as he always was. Kabir takes Bilal to the monastery, where arrangements are made to ship Bilal and Reema to Lahore. Shivam tracks Reema, kills Rajan, and refuses to divulge where she is. He tricks Munna into revealing Malik's plans regarding Reema, which are to sell her to the person who "enjoys" her the most. Munna tells Shivam everything about it, including the location, believing him to be crippled by his wounds and is immediately killed by Shivam upon realizing that is not the case. Shivam finds Reema and Malik, who is madly enraged at Shivam's standing against him, when he had cared for Shivam so much, deriding Shivam's new belief in God and freedom. Shivam kills Malik and escapes with Reema to the shipping docks, where Bilal is waiting. Kabir shows up to fight Malik's men and buy Shivam time, and he is brutally murdered in the process. Bilal manages to force a reluctant Reema to escape to the ship, who is hesitant to leave Shivam behind. Ronnie and his men arrive, and Shivam manages to kill them all in a gunfight, but he is mortally wounded himself. As Shivam lies dying, he comes to terms with his past, forgiving himself and envisioning Aliyah smiling down upon him. The movie ends with Reema in a conference in Pakistan, where she tells her story of the "awara" who sacrificed his life to save her, and incites those present to stand up for victims of trafficking.