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Frequently Asked Nyloxin and Cobroxin Questions

What is Nyloxin?

Nyloxin is a new product primarily aimed at treating moderate to severe chronic pain. Using a pain scale of 1 to 10, Nyloxin may be used to treat pain in the range of 2-6. Nyloxin Extra Strength is recommended for people experiencing severe pain, usually above a threshold of 6.

What is Nyloxin indicated to treat?

Nyloxin is specifically indicated to treat back pain, neck pain, headaches, joint pain, migraines, neuralgia, arthritis pain and pain from repetitive stress. Clinical experience shows that Nyloxin may also provide relief from other forms of pain such as pain associated with cancer.

What is chronic pain?

Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts longer than 3 months. Some experts define it as lasting longer than 6 months. Chronic pain may be related to a number of different medical conditions including diabetes, arthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia, cancer, shingles, sciatica, and previous trauma or injury. Chronic pain may worsen in response to environmental and/or psychological factors.

What should I expect when taking Nyloxin?

It may take a few days for your body to feel the full effect of Nyloxin and, therefore, should initially be taken as directed to achieve pain relief. Once pain is under control, the level of dosing may be reduced to an as needed basis.

Does Nyloxin require a prescription?

No, Nyloxin is available over-the-counter (OTC).

How potent is Nyloxin?

In animal studies, the active components of Nyloxin gave equivalent analgesic effects with doses 300 times less than aspirin and 30 times less than morphine.

Is Nyloxin addictive?

No, Nyloxin is not an opiate-based drug, so it can be used safely in recovering addicts or individuals that have become tolerant to the effects of their pain medication.

Can I overdose on Nyloxin?

High doses of Nyloxin are not toxic nor life threatening. However, excessive use of Nyloxin may induce a prolonged headache.

What are the side effects of Nyloxin?

The majority of reported adverse effects of cobra venom are associated with the neurotoxic components of the venom. If they occur, the side effects of oral administration are usually nausea, headache and upset stomach.

Can Nyloxin be used along with opiate-based pain relievers?

Yes, however, Nyloxin may enhance the affect of opiates, so it is best if opiate use is reduced while taking Nyloxin.

What is the difference between Cobroxin and Nyloxin?

Both Cobroxin and Nyloxin contain peptide extracts of cobra venom. Cobroxin Oral Spray contains 35mcg/mL (micrograms per milliliter) of the extract while Cobroxin gel contains 20mcg/mL. The Nyloxin Oral Spray is twice as strong as Cobroxin and contains 70mcg/mL while the Nyloxin Extra Strength Oral Spray contains 140mcg/mL. The Nyloxin gel contains 30mcg/mL while the Extra Strength Nyloxin Gel contains 60mcg/mL.

This may be easier in chart form:

Cobroxin 35mcg/mL
Nyloxin 70mcg/mL
Nyloxin ES 140mcg/mL

Cobroxin 20mcg/mL
Nyloxin 30mcg/mL
Nyloxin ES 60mcg/mL

The products are currently available on as a two ounce topical gel for treating joint pain and pain associated with arthritis and repetitive stress, and as a one ounce oral spray for treating lower back pain, migraines, neck aches, shoulder pain, cramps, and neuropathic pain. Both the topical gel and oral spray are packaged and sold as a one-month supply.