So far, Banjo seems to be doing a wonderful job!
I am a hydrocephalus survivor (born April 1963, hydrocephalus did not make itself known until 3 months later.) I get headaches that are sometimes incredibly severe. I also have tendonitis and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Using just one Banjo a day, I noticed significant improvement in my tendonitis after just three days, with rapid improvement in other inflammation-based problems as well. Very good indeed.
I’ve now been on Banjo for a couple weeks and I’m seeing continued improvement in my tendonitis and with other problems. Even my Carpal Tunnel Syndrome hasn’t flared recently, despite a great deal of typing. (For which I thank you, and give God the glory for you having discovered this medication!)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is every bit as disabling as other, more recognized disorders (arthritis, for example) and the fact that the surgical “remedy” for CTS doesn’t always work is a real concern.
There is some question whether all my severe headaches are migraines, but at least some are. I don’t get nausea. But sensitivity to light and sound? Oh, goodness yes! One was so severe that I was wearing the protectors given to dilation patients underneath prescription Gray-7 sunglasses, and could /still/ see as if I were outside in full sun, even though the room was lit by fluorescent bulbs.
On advice from Dr. Steve, I have used two Banjo in a row within 15 minutes for a severe headache. (I didn’t bother figuring out what sort it was.) Banjo was very effective, taking the headache down within a very few minutes after the second lozenge.
On the occasions when I failed to take Banjo for as little as 24 hours (which has happened several times), I have seen a reversal of the improvement, so it decidedly works, even for someone with my rather unusual situation.
Thank you, Raymond Danner