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Discussion: WINTERCREST

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Feb. 8, 2014
smooth01
Men's 50
120 posts
WINTERCREST
haven't read much about Wintercrest lately , I still use it and now my grand children are using it for their sports injuries. I thought I purchased my last jar from Alan, anyone know who might be selling it now or is Alan still selling it ? Any Senior Softball discounts or would any reps be at the TOC ?
Feb. 8, 2014
Rainmans
21 posts
Try this website:

http://wintercresthealth.com
Feb. 8, 2014
Fabe
Men's 50
202 posts
Alan still selling n seems to be giving a decent prize, when you include shipping. Aloha, Fabe
Feb. 8, 2014
Tri18
569 posts
Smooth,
I got it in so let me know what you need...
AT18
Team 1 Sports
561-718-7504
Feb. 9, 2014
VINNY LV
Men's 50
178 posts
Jerry in St Geo. who's at all senior tourn. sells Magic Stuff..The Mt. Everest of Muscle Balms..Magicstuff.biz or(435) 656-4757.. He carries 3 diff. types for all problems.. Great stuff.. I bought and now my daughter uses for aches and pains from all the dancing and workouts she does..
Feb. 10, 2014
Fred S
Men's 80
71 posts
I still use it for my knees for our doubleheaders. Works fine for me.
Feb. 10, 2014
The yooper
24 posts
The stuff works great, but I think I need it in a liquid form so I can take a bath in it. Donny C
Feb. 10, 2014
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
I am not a doctor and I did not stay at a holiday inn express, but personally I think the ingredient that does the most good for both of these products is the DMSO. That being said I just get DMSO, works for me.
Feb. 10, 2014
swing for the fences
Men's 50
976 posts
I have to agree with 4b... and it's a lot cheaper for a lot more of the product!
Feb. 11, 2014
The yooper
24 posts
4b/swing: I never realized that DMSO was an ingrediant of wintercrest. It is good to hear that. so thank you. DMSO has been around for many years, problem with it is it makes my skin itch a lot. Perhaps I have an reaction to it not sure, how does it effect you guys. A good idea to put it in a product like wintercrest as DMSO does not smell too good (like an Oyster/garlic) and wintercrest smells better. DMSO cost about $20 for a roll on, wintercrest if I recall I paid $35 for a similiar amount. Not sure what other healing ingrediants are in wintercrest, one should perhaps read what they are. DMSO always helped me and I still use it. I think it is sold as a solvent not as something to help with pain. I recall hearing that NFL teams in the 70's used it regularly for pain and inflamation in the locker rooms. Donny C, The Yooper
Feb. 11, 2014
softball4b
Men's 60
706 posts
IMO - the DMSO acts as a delivery agents for the other ingredients within the product. DMSO is an industrial lubricant and for years been used by veterinarians.

I am not advocating the use of anything in particular, but todays DMSO is different than the DMSO used in the 70's and 80's. That stuff you could not put on with a colored cloth because it would take the color directly to the blood stream. You knew when you had taken too much because of the copper taste in your mouth. The crap we did when we were young.
Feb. 11, 2014
The yooper
24 posts
4b: Thank you for the info. I do recall how using a colored cloth would put the dye directly into your blood stream. I did not know the new stuff is different than what I used in the 70's. So if I am understanding you this can speed up other medication one takes. I may try it with peppermint and coconut oil I have been using together of late for arthritis. Donny C The Yooper
Feb. 12, 2014
hoovedog
Men's 50
65 posts
Didn't one year at the Phoenix Worlds, Wintercrest had a display tent, where young women applied Wintercrest to Senior Ball Players, as a demonstration on how well it works?
Feb. 12, 2014
crusher
Men's 70
380 posts
hooverdog - YES, that year I had trouble with both shoulders, quads, tricepts, and hamstrings. And they were very nice looking young women.
Feb. 12, 2014
hoovedog
Men's 50
65 posts
That's for sure Crusher, the healthiest guys on the field fell subject to a myriad of injuries when they got near that tent. All the wives on our team acted liked there was a radiation leak in that tent,,,better stay away!!
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