A tweaked neck or a back spasm makes it hard to concentrate and be productive.

An aching body can stop you from doing the things you love to do.

Sore knees or hamstrings can make exercise uncomfortable or nearly impossible.

Don’t suffer any longer.

We believe that topical relief is more effective and also safer for your body than internal products.  When you take an ibuprofen or aspirin, it systemically affects your whole body.  It doesn’t have the cleverness to know where to go, so it goes everywhere.  When you address a spastic muscle or sore knee directly, you’re able to intelligently guide the product to where you need it, resulting in more effective and faster relief.

There are other patches for relief on the market – but none of them have the sophistication of Imbue, combined with high quality plant-based adhesives that are kind to your skin.

Use Imbue Pain Patch and get back to doing what you love.

Dr. Peter Borten developed the Imbue pain patch over years of working with patients using herbs in his practice. Peter used his training as a botanist along with extensive studies of the herbal medicine systems of cultures worldwide to inform this recipe. He examined countless secret martial arts formulas which had been passed down for generations from master to student, and he worked with orthopedic experts from Chinese hospitals.

The Imbue pain patch is a combination of potent herbs and essential oils on an adhesive fabric that produces an immediate sense of relief to muscles and joints. You can wear it for up to 16 hours at a time.

Each ingredient is there for a reason.  There are no “filler” ingredients, parabens, toxic preservatives, petroleum products, artificial fragrances and colors, aluminum compounds, latex or cocamide DEA.

It’s 100% natural and 100% pure goodness for your muscles and joints.

Here are a few of the 26 precisely chosen ingredients: 

dtreebulletCyathula – utilized to enhance circulation, cyathula is a common ingredient in pain formulas, including martial arts liniments. It is employed primarily for pain in the lower back and extremities, and is also used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat spasms and atrophy of extremities.

dtreebulletAngelica sinensis “tails” – the thin root tips of this herb are used extensively for the treatment of pain in Traditional Chinese Medicine. This herb, known as Dang Gui Wei, figures prominently into many secret martial arts formulas.

dtreebulletDrynaria -  known as Gui Sui Bu in Chinese, which means “mender of shattered bones.” It is commonly used in the martial arts communities after intense sparring. In Chinese medicine, it’s used after falls, fractures, sprains, and bruises. It’s also utilized for weakness, fatigue, and soreness of the lower back and knees.

dtreebulletHelichrysum - has a long history of use by herbalists for the treatment of all sorts of traumas, from bruises to cuts to nerve damage. It’s also been employed for the treatment of other kinds of discomfort, such as arthritis and fractures.

It’s clean and easy to use. There’s no residue – just peel and stick. It’s comfortable to wear under clothes because it’s made from a flexible fabric that stretches with your body.

About the Apothecary

We take your experience and the quality of our products seriously. If you are not completely satisfied with this artisan product, we will happily refund your money.

Please see www.thedragontree.com/guarantee for details.