Let’s face it – we all get sore muscles and joints when we overdo it. From gardening to training for your next race, there’s no mistaking that familiar sensation in your body when you’re inflamed from activity.
Hopefully by now you’re aware of the dangers of NSAIDs – non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Even small doses can cause stomach bleeding and kidney damage. It’s not as safe as we were once led to believe – these meds even prevent your body’s joints from repairing themselves!
Fortunately there’s a better, safer way to control your inflammation. The last few years have produced an enormous amount of research into the beneficial effects of a common herb – turmeric. It’s not necessarily the turmeric that does the magic though; it's the extract – curcumin – that has potent anti-inflammatory effects.
Not all turmeric/curcumin extracts are the same, however. Turmeric itself is poorly absorbed by the body – it needs to be modified so that the stomach can absorb enough to get into your bloodstream
This is one reason why we created our own Curcumin Relief. Made from BCM-95 Turmeric extract, Curcumin Relief is one of the most bio-available forms of turmeric available!
Curcumin Relief shuts down inflammation, naturally, and without negative side effects like NSAIDs. It’s the natural answer to your
aches and pains, allowing your body to recover from the rigors of using your muscles
Curcumin Relief is best used for conditions like:
The benefits don’t stop there of course. Curcumin has a multitude of positive health effects, throughout the body. This is one natural medicine that everyone should use on a daily basis, because everyone is fighting inflammation on some level. Give it a try, I’m certain you’ll be impressed with how much younger your body feels, without the irritating aches and pains!
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