Are you sore on a daily basis?
Do you wake up in pain?
Are old injuries plaguing you?
Are you bloated?
You may be dealing with inflammation. Inflammation is swelling, whether it looks swollen or not. Did you know that a joint can swell up to 30% of its capacity inward (inside the joint) before it expands externally? That means that a joint can be swollen up to 30% of its capacity before there are any physical signs of swelling.
Have you ever stubbed a toe or jammed a finger? Remember how it was stiff and hard to move, even weeks after the swelling went down? That was due to what is called intra-articular inflammation or swelling inside the joint.
There can be inflammation elsewhere in the body like bloating, headaches and arthritis? Did you know that inflammation is a systemic issue, not a local issue if it lasts more than a week to 10 days? Similar to how a stagnant pond "goes bad" and starts to grow all the wrong things in it, chronic inflammation causes stagnation in the areas where it has set. So, what should you do?
First, switch to an all organic diet and increase your intake of purified water. By removing the toxic materials in your diet, and in your personal care products you will reduce your exposure to pro-inflammatory chemicals that will keep the inflammatory process going.
Inflamagone 2 capsules 2-3 x daily - reduces inflammation and increases the threshold for inflammatory triggers
Turmeric 3D 1-2 capsules 2-3 x daily - assists in reduction of overall inflammation
OrganiZymes 1-2 capsules with meals - stops inflammation that begins in the gut
Black Brew 1/8 teaspoon daily as directed on label to help reduce the overall load of toxic waste products that have accumulated in the body, which contribute to a high reactive inflammatory response.
Equalizer Concentrate 4 sprays 3-4 x daily - reduces the rate of oxidation and can balance inflammation
Frankincense Essential Oil 3-5 drops applied topically to inflamed areas, as needed
Disclaimer: This information is not for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or as a substitute for medication or other treatment prescribed by your physician and/or healthcare provider. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from physician or other healthcare professional. You should consult with a physician or healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication or nutritional supplement, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.