Pain-A-Trate’s Secret Weapon Revealed


A secret weapon?

Pain-A-Trate has three natural therapeutic ingredients that work in combination to deliver deep, soothing pain relief. But its the fourth natural therapeutic ingredient, its “secret weapon”, that makes Pain-A-Trate much more effective at alleviating soreness and numbing pain than grocery store brands.



A white, crystalline substance formed in the cinnamomum camphora tree that thrives in eastern asia. For centuries, camphor has been treasured for its pain-relieving and other medical uses. It is also widely used in aromatherapy.

coolCool to the touch, camphor an immediate cooling sensation for sore muscles, and helps numb aches and pains.


A crystal made from the oil of mentha arvensis, or cornmint. Cornmint can contain more than 60% menthol. Grown in india, it benefits farmers by growing in the off-season, when fields would otherwise lie fallow.

warmMenthol actually stimulates the skin’s cold receptors, producing a cooling sensation that later transforms into a deep heating sensation for sore muscle relief.



A component of the oil naturally distilled from the wintergreen plant. Wintergreen oil is a traditional remedy used by Native Americans to relieve pain. The wintergreen plant is native to North America.

warmMethyl salicylate speeds blood flow to your muscles and helps reduce muscle inflammation and pain. It produces a soothing, heating sensation. It actually nullifies the pain receptors in your muscles, causing the muscle to relax.


The fourth ingredient and “secret weapon” that makes Pain-A-Trate so effective is…


The pure oil of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant which is native to Australia. Melaleuca Oil has phenomenal penetration abilities.

melaleucaMelaleuca Oil’s penetrating power takes the cooling, relieving properties of camphor and menthol and the heating, soothing properties of methyl salicylate deep into muscles.

This “secret ingredient” makes Pain-A-Trate much more effective at alleviating soreness and numbing pain than grocery store brands.

Were you at all surprised?

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