Cobroxin OTC pain reliever is now available online

Nutra Pharma Corp. (OTCBB:NPHC), a biotechnology company that is developing treatments for Adrenomyeloneuropathy (AMN), HIV and Multiple Sclerosis (MS), has announced today that its over-the-counter pain reliever, Cobroxin, is available for sale online at

Cobroxin is the first OTC pain reliever clinically proven to treat moderate to severe (Stage 2) chronic pain. The drug, which was developed by Nutra Pharma’s wholly-owned drug discovery subsidiary, ReceptoPharm, will be available as an oral spray (NDC47219-102-52) for treating lower back pain, migraines, neck aches, shoulder pain, cramps and neuralgia and as a topical gel (NDC47219-104-50) for treating joint pain and pain associated with repetitive stress and arthritis.

Additional benefits to Cobroxin include:

  • All Natural
  • Non-Addictive
  • Non-Narcotic
  • Non-Opiate
  • More Potent than Morphine
  • Long Lasting

“We are excited that Cobroxin is now officially available for sale,” commented Rik J. Deitsch, Chairman and CEO of Nutra Pharma Corporation. “Given the significant amount of interest we have received about the product from potential customers, we have initially opted to make Cobroxin available online at We plan to announce our online retail partnerships in the next couple weeks and to continue to update our shareholders about our brick-and-mortar retail partnerships as Cobroxin rolls-out across the United States,” he concluded.

In August, Nutra Pharma announced that it had granted XenaCare Holdings (OTCBB: XCHO) the exclusive license to market and distribute Cobroxin throughout the United States. XenaCare Holdings has planned its initial print marketing campaign for Cobroxin to begin this fall that includes advertising in Prevention, Health, Star, Woman's World, Soap Opera, and Self Magazines.


  1. mary mess mary mess United States says:

    I'd like to hear from those who have used Cobroxin for migraines.  Any success with it?  I currently take 100mgs of topomax daily for prevention and zomig and lortab for an actual migraine.

  2. Betty Maxwell Betty Maxwell United States says:

    I hope it works as I have pain all over all the time.

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