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There can be many reasons for joint pain, but the underlying mechanism for all of them is the body’s inflammation response to damage.
The Joint Pain Pill Story
The woman rubbed her hands and smiled ruefully. She remembered seeing her mother do the same, at first just when frost appeared but as she aged, it seemed almost constant…until she swallowed her pride and sought help from a Drúedain living deep in the woods.
She returned a few days later with a heavy clay mug and a bag of assorted plants. Each morning she would start the day with her hands wrapped around the warm mug, heated with an infusion of these plants. As she drank the wild concoction, the relief she was receiving could be seen as her face relaxed and she started planning the day’s activities – gardening, cooking, and spinning strands of good wool into yarn to make the family’s clothing.
The mother passed the knowledge of the wild herbs on to her daughter. At the time, the woman thought it was silly but now, years later, she was out in the woods with knife and basket, gathering those plants. Faint whispers of her mother’s pain had shown up in her hands and knees last winter. Unlike her mother, she wasn’t going to let it worsen to the point of tears. The woods contained relief for those who knew its secrets.
Wild plants and mushrooms have been in the service of humans since before we were even human. Use of medicinal flora goes back to our evolutionary ancestors. These powers were shared, and new plants were added to the medicine man’s treatments as we expanded across the globe.
But as humans learned more and more about how the universe works, a new type of medicine man arose – the scientist. To these people, raw nature was to wild and chaotic. They sought uniformity and control, “For the Betterment of Humanity”. I know, because I was one of those scientists.
We conquered the world with little more than sharp rocks on sticks…and rough bags of dried plants & mushrooms to helps us survive. Turning away from these sources of medicinal compounds was turning our backs on what we co-evolved to need for our health. It’s time to bring them back.
- MULTIPLE MECHANISM: There’s truth to the saying “diversity gives strength”. Combining four plants from around the world insures getting what your ancestors evolved using.
- TURMERIC CURCUMIN: Perhaps the most anti-inflammatory plant in India, if not the whole planet due to the compound curcumin. This natural product is known to down-regulate activity of COX-2, lipoxygenase and inducible iNOS enzymes, the inhibition of production of TNF-alpha, IL-1, -2, -6, -8, and -12, MCP, migration inhibitory protein, and Janus kinases.
- BLACK PEPPER PIPERINE: The body doesn’t absorb turmeric curcumin very well…but black pepper compound piperine “open up” the intestinal walls, allowing the curcumin to enter the blood and go where it’s needed.
- STINGING NETTLE: When damaged, cells release histamine to cause swelling in nearby cells to try and isolate the injury. This biomessenger also trigger pain and itchiness as a warning something is wrong. Compounds in stinging nettle suppress the release of histamine, thereby reducing its effects.
- CAT'S CLAW VINE: Compounds in this plant are very potent inhibitors of the body's TNF-alpha proteins. These proteins mediate the production of the intracellular proteins involved in inflammatory responses.
For optimal results, take two capsule a day together, with 8oz of water.
Curcumin: An age-old anti-inflammatory and anti-neoplastic agent,
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- May interfere with blood pressure medications and statins as well as thin the blood, increasing the risk of bleeding.
- May lower blood sugar, especially in combination with prescription blood sugar control medications.
- Do not take if pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Do not take is suffering from a kidney disease.
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