Singer With Fibromyalgia Says She Was ‘Cured’ By £9.95 Cream

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Liz Farrell

A singer from Ireland who suffers from chronic pain condition, Fibromyalgia, claims she has been almost entirely cured of her agony by using a simple £9.95 cream.

40-year-old, Liz Farrell, was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia just six years ago. The condition brings on not only severe pain, but also an increased sensitivity to pain, fatigue, stiffness, poor sleeping, headaches, and irritable bowel syndrome.

Despite being given a daily cocktail of strong prescription drugs, including opiates, by the doctor – Liz, from County Wexford, was forced to sign off sick from her job as a bank clerk and give up her aspiring opera career, according to the Daily Mail.

She was also taking paracetemol on top of the opiates in a desperate bid to stop the relentless torture which she believes was brought on by stress after her husband was diagnosed with a horrific spinal illness.

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Unfortunately – not only did the drugs not completely solve the problem, they also made Liz pile on a lot of weight and suffer from terrifying memory loss.

As I’m sure anybody would in her condition, Liz began looking around for an alternative that could help ease the pain and allow her to begin living her life again – and then she discovered Celafen.

Celafen, an incredibly cheap, drug free, natural pain killer uses fatty acids with anti-inflammatory properties, celadrin, menthol, vitamin E anti-oxidants and arnica.

Liz claims that Celafen has all but miraculously stopped the pain she was suffering all over her body on a daily basis.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Liz said:

I was amazed that within a few hours of putting the cream on my knees and my neck, the pain started to ease and the swelling abated slightly.

By the end of the first week I was able to start reducing my daily intake of painkillers.

Luckily a simple cream has helped me manage the pain and allowed me to come off most of the painkillers and return to an almost normal life again.

Now Liz has been able to return to work and has even continued her passion for opera once again – performing at Cork Opera House to raise money for charity.

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She added:

I felt completely normal again, like my old self. I was able to start driving again, which I’d not been able to do for two years.

It has been like coming to the end of a prison sentence, to have that freedom back again.

Strangely, about 80 to 90 per cent of those who suffer from Fibromyalgia are women – most famously perhaps is Lady Gaga who has been open about her battle with the crippling illness.

Lady Gaga made the decision to speak out about her condition after she was forced to cancel the European leg of her world tour some time ago.

In the Netflix documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, which was released just last week, Gaga talks about her ongoing battle with the condition.

Check out the trailer below…

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Amazingly, it was the release of Gaga’s documentary which prompted Liz to come forward and reveal her Fibromyalgia ‘cure’ in order to help as many other sufferers as possible.


Joseph Loftus

Joseph Loftus

Joseph Loftus is a Gold Standard NCTJ journalist with four years experience working for international and regional press.As well as working for UNILAD and LADbible, Joseph has worked as Liverpool Correspondent for Unsigned & Independent Magazine, as well as stints with the Liverpool Echo and Warrington Guardian.