G-Relief is a 100% natural alternative treatment for Ganglion cyst and baker’s cysts by Lee Macklin medical researcher of The Study Of Metabolic Pathways (Metabolism), TCM (simplified Chinese medicine) Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Western Herbal and vitamins in Canada and the United states.
G-Relief is being used by many thousands of people around the world each year and continues to provide natural relief from Ganglion cyst and Baker’s cyst.
My name is Lee Macklin medical researcher of The Study Of Metabolic Pathways (Metabolism), TCM (simplified Chinese medicine) Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Western Herbal and vitamins in Canada and the United states. The fact that you are considering using G-Relief means that you already understand how painful and hard it can be to effectively treat Ganglion cyst and Baker’s cyst pain, inflammation and swelling.
In his twenties, Lee Macklin, an amateur gymnast, developed a ganglion cyst on his wrist. Afraid that his future as an athlete might be coming to an end before it had even begun, he sought out the top physicians. In one doctor’s office, the physician began massaging the ganglion cyst. Shooting pain ran up and down Lee’s arm. Suddenly, to his amazement, Lee noticed that the specialist also had a bump on his wrist. Lee immediately asked him what it was. The specialist responded “it’s a ganglion cyst. Some disappear over time, others are more difficult and need surgery, but even after surgery they often come back. You just learn to live with it.”
Macklin, having studied S. MSc in Pharmacognosy and complementary medicine, decided that he was interested neither in surgery nor in learning to live with the cyst, and he set about studying ganglion cysts. Today, Release Free is sold worldwide. It works to naturally assist the body to dissolve the cyst from the inside out, without the need for surgery.
“I know exactly how it feels to have a ganglion cyst, but I also know the feeling of having it disappear, never to return again. This was our beginning.” – Lee Macklin