In the realm of natural remedies, few have got as much attention as the Red Emperor’s Immortal Flame (REIF). But just how long does a bottle of this wonder product last?
Hugh Turcotte, the dedicated creator behind REIF, recently revealed the answer to this burning question. In this video, he counts out the number of drops in a one-ounce dropper bottle of REIF. Impressively, he found more than 1000 drops!
Let's break this down
A single application is about 5-7 drops. So, if you’re doing the math, that’s a whopping 140-200 applications from just one small bottle!
Wondering about the real-world application? In our household, a single bottle of REIF liniment stood strong for over a year, while its salve counterpart lasted roughly the same duration.
For those suffering from acute injuries or pain. Even with regular application across multiple body parts, most patients only require one or two bottles throughout the entire course of treatment.
To maximize its effects, there’s a trick I always share. Cleanse the application area with a warm, damp cloth or apply REIF after a shower. This allows the solution to penetrate the skin more effectively, providing a robust and swift impact. While the sensation might feel warm and intense for about 5-10 minutes, it’s a testament to its potency.
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Willard Sheppy is a writer and healthcare practitioner who seamlessly melds scientific knowledge with practical applications in engaging and authoritative articles. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science from Oregon State University and a Master’s in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the distinguished Oregon College of Oriental Medicine.
In his work, Willard skillfully combines his extensive educational background in scientific research with his practical experience as a healthcare practitioner. Willard balances his life with martial arts and cherished family adventures. As a father of three, he often leads his family on camping and hiking trips along the breathtaking Oregon coast.