Alternative Treatments That Don’t Work
The Dermal and Transdermal Patch
Alternative Treatments, Like The Medical Patch Don’t Work On Ganglia
The Patch was first commercially available and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in December 1979.
The Transdermal Patch is a medicated adhesive patch that is placed on the skin to deliver a specific dose of medication through the skin into your bloodstream as a drug delivery method.
A Dermal Patch or (skin patch) is a medicated adhesive patch that is placed on the skin to deliver medication into the skin but not into your bloodstream.You just stick it to your skin and watch and wait.
These methods seem more simplistic than Surgery and or Aspiration but people are mainly drawn to them because they are relatively inexpensive and easy to use.
The main disadvantage of both of these systems is that the skin is a very thick and effective barrier; and its main function is to excrete toxins out of the body by perspiring. Only medications whose molecules are small enough to penetrate the skin can be effective with this method.
Our opinion at Releasefree® is, any method involving an external form of treatment cannot effectively remove ganglion cysts in their entirety (Their Roots, The Nucleus) are left behind. This is probably why there is a 46% chance of the ganglion cyst returning.
The only effective way to REMOVE ganglion cysts is to increase blood flow internally penetrating and removing the nucleus (Roots) of the ganglion cysts so it will not return. That is why we have developed the I.B.V.S system, G-Relief® Ganglion Cyst Removal Capsules. (More Info)