A Safe and Clinically Proven Alternative
for Chronic Pain Management
- Alternative to Opioids and NSAIDs
- Over a Decade of Clinical Use
- Backed by Multiple Clinical Trials
- More than 26 million capsules sold
- Uses Patented Targeted Cellular Technology
Chronic Pain - A Disease of the Nervous System
Did you know that chronic pain is a disease of the nervous system? It's true. Chronic pain alters nutrient, amino acid and neurotransmitter metabolism, and is resistant to most medical treatments. Common pain medications often try to "mask" pain signals rather than address its root cause.
Over the past decade, scientific research has focused on the underlying physiologic changes created by chronic pain and has revealed that specific amino acid based medical foods can improve the body's ability to reduce pain and inflammation from within.
Theramine is a medical food designed to address the underlying amino acid deficiencies associated with chronic pain disorders, and has been recommended by physicians and dietitians for over a decade. Theramine is a drug-free product specially designed to supply the nervous system with the fuel it needs to meet the increased demands of chronic pain, and has been shown in multiple clinical trials to be effective without causing dangerous side effects.
"I've recommended Theramine to my patients for over a decade as a safer alternative to opioids and NSAIDs for chronic pain."
Dr. David Silver – CMO at Targeted Medical Pharma, and former Clinical Chief of Rheumatology at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.
Clinical studies show that Theramine can help reduce pain and certain indicators of inflammation.*
Theramine uses patented uptake absorption technology to replace depleted amino acids and neurotransmitters, helping support a distressed nervous system.
Theramine restores the neurotransmitters used in pain control, helping to bring your nervous system back into balance.
Patented Amino Acid Technology
Theramine was designed by pain management experts to address the underlying amino acid deficiencies associated with chronic pain disorders.
Backed by Clinical Trials
No Harmful Side Effects