Morton’s Neuroma is a swelling on a nerve tunnel under the foot, resulting in inflammation and pain that becomes chronic (because we continually walk on it). This is much like carpal tunnel on the wrist (because we continually use it). I get about 7 out of 10 people getting success with my plan. There are no side- effects nor contraindications, even in pregnancy. The foot sensations and cramps indicate magnesium shortage. Are you following my full Morton’s Neuroma plan? This includes massaging Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra into your feet and calve muscles. Pain Genie is the ultimate solution.
Home» Knowledge Base - Article » Q: I have begun taking serrapeptase for Morton’s Neuroma. I have taken 300,000iu for three days now and the following symptoms are occurring: Both my feet are very sensitive now as opposed to the one (left foot) in which the neuroma is located. I am having cramps (not too severe) and my sleep is being disturbed. Is this normal in your experience?