I am very surprised not to see this OTC medication mentioned anywhere on all of curezone, at least according to the search engine.
I've been suffering from the varied symptoms of fibromyalgia since my 20s and it reached a point about 3 years ago where I was in pain from head to toe and could barely get out of bed. I found great success with Dr. Paul St. Amand's guaifenesin protocol, which I've seen mentioned here, though generally misunderstood. Following his protocol to the letter brought me from unable to get out of bed to working a full time job with frequent pain-free days in a matter of a year. My condition continues to improve gradually, but residual joint pain flareups were still bothering me quite a bit.
A mention of cetyl myristoleate on the Peeling Lips forum got me curious, and when I googled for it, there were some articles about how well this substance worked against arthritis. I found out that the brand name is Celadrin, and decided to try it.
After the first couple of days of taking Celadrin orally, I noticed a remarkable improvement in my mobility. I was easily moving in ways that would have required great effort before. I noticed that I was doing this without even thinking about it, I just moved better.
My joints hurt much less overall, and sometimes don't hurt at all now. Celadrin's mode of action is to reduce inflammation, and to lubricate the joints. There are apparently 8 specific cetylated fatty acids in Celadrin, and however they happen to work, they are working very well for me.
I generally get bad side-effects from anything I take, but there has been no such trouble with this medication. Anyway, it's starting to sound like I'm selling something, which I'm not. I'm just throwing this out there as something that some of you might be interested in trying. I'm always trying anything I see recommended for fibromyalgia relief, and this is one of the best things I've found in years of searching.