Relief from pain and stiffness

April 12, 2009 at 3:11 am Leave a comment

knee-painIf you need help with extra strains and pains experienced when over exerting or suffering from minor injuries, inflammation or muscular cramps and spasms, then I have some good news for you!

I’m sure you would prefer not to take anti-inflammatory drugs, but there are times when you really need some help and have to take something.

There is a natural alternative to help your body heal itself. This is not a pain-killer, or a drug, but rather a natural food supplement designed to give your body what it needs to repair and rejuvenate after an injury or operation.

I have personally experienced the benefits. I started running at 52 years of age in 2008. I had never run before in my life, but I wanted to have a go at the 12 kilometre City to Surf fun run (just for something different – it seemed like a good idea at the time). I immediately began to experience pain in my knees and went off to the physiotherapist for some very expensive treatment and was taking anti-inflammatories, until I discovered this natural alternative. I didn’t recover sufficiently to do the 12 k fun run in 2008, but I am in training and on track to do it in 2009. I participated in my first ever triathlon on 1 March 2009, coming first in my age group and 12th overall. I have also seen the results of this supplement in Eddy, an 84 year old from Perth in Western Australia, who could easily bend down and touch his toes and was jumping around like a delighted two year old at his new found freedom of movement after years of stiffness and reduced flexibility.

This all-natural product has a combination of ingredients that set it apart from other supplements. Some of the key components are:

PROTEASE (Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus Meulus) a proteolytic enzyme that breaks down proteins and aids in recovery from overexertion.

BROMELAIN – a proteolytic enzyme extracted from the root and stem of the pineapple that may reduce swelling, bruising, and pain following surgery or minor injuries suffered during physical activity.

CURCUMIN – a member of the ginger family, is a potent antioxidant which when consumed in concentrated doses shows positive effects as an anti-inflammatory.

RESVERATROL – a phytoalexin that is from Japanese knotweed. It can also be found in red grape skins and other berries. Resveratrol is known for its antioxidant effects.

I take two tablets first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and then wait 45 minutes before having my breakfast. Easy! I ride, run, swim, play tennis and do two structured exercise sessions per week, so I just take the product every day to maintain pain-free mobility.

Whether you’re working out in the gym, playing with your children, doing housework, playing golf or any sport related activity, or generally leading an active lifestyle, this product help the body take care of the extra strains and pains experienced when over exerting or suffering from minor injuries, inflammation or muscular cramps and spasms.

Want to know more? Go to, browse products under WELLNESS MANAGEMENT for further information. Or click on the CONTACT ME link at the top right hand corner of the mannapage and I will respond.


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