Do you – or does anyone you know and love – suffer from aches and soreness in your joints and tendons? Are you living with the painful symptoms of mild osteoarthritis? Are you relying increasingly on synthetic anti-inflammatories to make it through the day?
There has been a lot of chatter online and in the press recently about the amazing properties of turmeric. So much so, that it would be easy to dismiss as just another fashionable complementary medicine fad. But scientific evidence shows that curcumin, the all-natural extract of this wonder plant, may have wide-ranging benefits for our joint health, flexibility, and general wellbeing.
These natural properties – captured in Flexofytol in the high quality, highly bioavailable form of bio-optimised curcumin available in this region – may help to reduce the inflammation caused by mild arthritis and may temporarily relieve the aches associated with this condition. This reduction in joint pain may be accompanied by increased mobility, making movement easier. Not only are cartilage and joints protected, but the healing of muscle and ligament lesions is also improved.
Curcumin has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for centuries. As a natural, anti-inflammatory, clinical trials have shown it may benefit relieving the pain associated with mild arthritis. Moreover, its antioxidant properties may also offer great support to overall health and general well-being.
Always read the label, Use only as directed and If symptoms persist see your doctor.