• Supports Joint Health
• For Relief of Occasional Joint Discomfort
Within the scope of Ayurvedic medicine for treating afflicted joints, the herbal combination, Ayurvedic Joint Health
, neutralizes inflammation, pain and stops degeneration of tissues. Arthritis and similar afflictions are the main target of this formula, using herbs from the Eastern world that have been proven effective-perhaps for longer than the existence of Chinese medicine, which Ayurvedic practices influenced from the beginning.
Herbal formulations are not mixed together indiscriminately but are carefully blended to bring out the best qualities of each ingredient for the most effective healing. The following list of herbs found in the Ayurvedic Joint Health
possesses the properties that treat joint inflammation and degeneration, in addition to restoring tissue.
or “wild celery” is also called garden celery and smallage. This herb’s seeds act as a nerve stimulant, an anti-spasmodic (muscle cramps, spasms) and a diuretic, which helps reduce swelling.
is significant for its anti-inflammatory activity.
, also known as Indian incense or Olibanum, contains boswellic acid, which is a naturally occurring element that has been scientifically proven to have anti-inflammatory properties. This herb is considered to be an aromatic, bitter and astringent herb all at the same time.
is better known as “Guggul,” a highly potent anti-inflammatory agent, even when compared in experiments to hydrocortisone and butazolidinin, which are also used to combat arthritis.
is a perennial grass-like herb that also grows in America. This plant is an aromatic for both the digestive and nervous systems, helpful in alleviating inflammation and pain.
, also known as the “Easter tree,” is a powerful astringent and stomachic, both important for general muscle tone, inflammation and tissue restoration.
is an old folk remedy used for stiffness of the joints, contraction of muscles and rheumatism.
, or China root, contains two saponins, which are foaming compounds that emulsify fats, that help alleviate inflammation. This herb is also a blood purifier, tonic and diuretic.
root has a diuretic action that helps to reduce swelling.
is an alterative (producing good results in a quiet manner) and is a diuretic, thus helping to reduce inflammation. This plant also is known to help reduce some kinds of tumorous growths.
is used in folk medicine for rheumatism and similar conditions.
fruit is bitter and pungent but useful as a tonic for inflammations, strengthening the nerves and improving mental outlook.
is commonly known as fenugreek seed, so helpful in correcting digestive problems, healing wounds and reducing inflammation.
is an astringent and sedative.
is widely known as an .adaptogen” like ginseng, which is famous for its powerful restorative properties. This herb is also a nerve tonic.
Amount Per 2 Capsules
Proprietary blend 820 mg*
Withania somnifera Root
Commiphora mukul Gum Extract
Smilax china Root
Boswellia serrata Gum
Holarrhena antidysenterica Bark
Paederia foetida Leaf Extract
Vitex negundo Leaf Extract
Tinospora cordifolia Stem
Cyperus rotundus Tuber
Apium graveolens Seed
Boerhaavia diffusa Root
Trachyspermum ammi Fruit
Tribulus terrestris Fruit
Trigonella foenum-graecum Seed
Take two capsules with a meal three times daily.
“After trying everything for my joint problems
, my wife convinced me to try Ayurvedic Joint Health
. Within a couple of weeks I had improved so much that I moved my office furniture and equipment without pain and am now able to walk without a limp. When I stopped taking Ayurvedic Joint Health the symptoms returned.” B. Morris
“I had sold a man 2 bottles of Joint Support for joint weakness
to which he had minimal results. After only a week on Ayurvedic Joint Health
he has been singing its praises………I also had a young woman with joint weakness
to the point that her shoulder had ‘dropped.’ Within a week of starting Ayurvedic Joint Health
she was so much better that her shoulder regained its normal position.” G. Pace
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