Topical Pain Relievers
Old Cures and Remedies for Topical Pain Relief
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, many topical pain relievers claimed to be a cure-all for everything that ailed you. Merchants sold these topical analgesics and antiseptic remedies as oils, liniments, and salves. Due to the lack of federal regulations, some claims were ineffective. And some of them even caused more harm than good. Fortunately, federal regulations began in 1906. Then slowly, the so-called remedies with false claims started to disappear.
Old Time Medicine Remedies for Today
A few old-time medicines were excellent pain and itch relievers and have withstood the test of time. We researched oils, liniments, and salves popular during the mid-nineteenth century until the early twentieth century. We chose an assortment of those products that are the best of the best.
The old-time medicines we offer on our website, SoFasCo.biz, have unique benefits, except for one common thing. And that is, each product has thousands of followers across the USA. These followers have lots of stories to tell. Many testimonials center around their childhood memories. The excitement they portray is contagious - some will make you laugh while others make you sad. But, each one is a unique story from the past. These old-timey medicine users are always excited when they find their oil or liniment is for sale today.
Browse the unique properties for each of our Topical Pain Relievers. Generally, you will find the relief factors each offer are pain and itch relief from minor cuts, scrapes, rashes, bruises, insect bites, sunburn, mild skin burns, poison ivy, and so much more.
Red Oil Healing Solution, (So-Fas-Co Oil) for all life’s little hurts, invented in 1932.
Oil-O-Sol, initially developed in 1885, has been closely duplicated today with essential oils.
Apinol formulated in 1903 as America’s first green product using the healing power of pine oil.
Astyptodyne, invented in 1906, proves to be a liniment oil for all life’s little boo-boos.