FastEAZE 14™



Ingredients: Lidocaine patches/ cream primarily contain lidocaine, a local anesthetic. Mechanism of Action: Lidocaine works by blocking sodium channels in nerve

cells, preventing the transmission of pain signals to the brain.

Indications: They are commonly used for localized pain relief, particularly in conditions like post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles pain) and other types of neuropathic pain.

Side Effects: Side effects may include skin irritation at the site of application, dizziness, and, rarely, systemic effects if absorbed in large quantities.


Ingredients: This product contains a blend of 13 Chinese herbs plus ethanol. The herbs include Dong Quai, Xue Jie, Chuan Xiong, Yan Hu Suo, Xu Duan, San Qi, Wu Jia Pi, Jiang Huang, E Zhu, Wei Ling Xian, Hua Jiao (Szechuan pepper), Rou Gui (Cinnamon), and Gan Cao (Licorice).

Mechanism of Action: The mechanism of action for these herbs varies, and the overall effect is likely a combination of anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and possibly other effects. Ethanol may enhance the penetration of these ingredients into the skin.

Indications: Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses these herbs for various conditions, often related to pain and inflammation, but their specific indications in FastEAZE14 would depend on the formulation and the intended use by the manufacturer.  Althougb it’s been specially formulated for muscle tenderness and soreness many customers and patients use it for relief purposes.

Side Effects: The side effects would depend on the specific herbs and their concentrations. They could include skin irritation, allergic reactions, and systemic effects depending on absorption and individual sensitivity.  To date the only reported side effect in one patient has been skin irritation in the form of dermatitis, which is red itchy skin.


Mechanism of Action: Lidocaine has a well-understood and specific mechanism of action, while FastEAZE14 likely works through multiple pathways due to its various ingredients.

Evidence Base: Lidocaine patches/ cream are widely used in Western medicine with a substantial evidence base supporting their use. The efficacy and safety of FastEAZE14 would depend on the specific formulation and the quality of the herbs used. The evidence for individual herbs in TCM varies, with some having more research support than others.

Indications: Lidocaine patches/ cream are primarily used for neuropathic pain, whereas FastEAZE14 might be used for a broader range of pain-related conditions, depending on the properties of the included herbs.

Side Effects: Lidocaine patches/ cream generally have few systemic side effects but can cause local skin reactions. The side effects of FastEAZE14 would be more variable, given the number of different ingredients.

In conclusion, while lidocaine patches/ cream offers a targeted, well-researched approach to pain relief, FastEAZE14 provides a more holistic, multi-ingredient approach that might be beneficial for different types of issues, but with potentially more variability in efficacy and safety. Clinical studies and individual experiences may vary, and it’s important to consult healthcare professionals for personalized advice.


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