Lakota formulations are a range of natural source products that have been developed to help manage the symptoms associated with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain and headaches. Using medicines derived from natural sources, Lakota offers supplements and topical rubs that give individuals an alternative to prescription medications.

Lakota And Arthritis

lakota-arthritis-topical.jpgArthritis is a condition that can affect people ranging from infants to adults. While we are most familiar with osteoarthritis, which is the most common form of arthritis, it is a complex disorder that can manifest in many ways. Tendinitis is a milder form of arthritis with rheumatoid arthritis being a more debilitating form. Lakota provides both Topical Rub-On and Joint Care Formula as well as a special Lakota Rheumatoid Arthritis Formula.

Lakota And Back Pain

Our backs are well-designed structures, which are commonly affected by modern day life. Lifting, sitting and poor posture can disrupt the delicate makeup of this structure resulting in inflammation and pain.

Back pain may be classified as either acute or chronic. Acute back pain starts suddenly and lasts for a relatively short time, usually less than 3 months. It is usually felt deep in the lower back and tends to affect one main area. It may be caused by trauma or have no known cause and often improves on its own.  Chronic pain is a result of earlier injury or may have an ongoing cause, as found with conditions such as arthritis. It lasts longer than three months and tends to be a deeper, dull ache in one specific area of the back or traveling down the legs.  Chronic pain often interferes with daily activities.


Lakota offers a range of treatment options for your back pain – Lakota Back Pain Topical rub delivers fast acting soothing relief; Lakota Triple Strength Back Pain provides effective pain relief, relaxes muscles and contains minerals that are helpful in rebuilding healthy connective tissue.

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Pain that doesn’t respond to treatment within 2 to 3 weeks should be investigated by a physician.