Benefits: Aids and supports lubrication and restoration of joints (such as knees, ankles, shoulders, neck, elbows, wrists, fingers, etc.) and buffering membranes (synovial and bursae) to increase strength and flexibility. Assists in the restoration of damaged tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue. Helps to eliminate excess calcium deposits in joints.
Joint integrity can be compromised by injury, over activity, disease, or simply aging, as seen in arthritic discomfort. Joint issues may have their root in injuries from years ago, such as whiplash suffered in a car accident, or a badly sprained ankle that never quite healed, but they may also stem from the general wear and tear of an active life. When acquiring a bone-related injury, this formula may be a good option to stimulate quick restorative response, even pre- or post-surgery.
- Note: Keep in mind that it is well known that diet and weight issues also play critical roles in the progression of joint dysfunction and inflammation. Becoming well-informed nutritionally and acting on this information can also play an important role in the moderation or cessation of your symptoms.
ABOUT THE HERBS
The combined synergy of these three herbs is what makes this formula an excellent resource for restoration and maintenance of joint health.
Solomon’s Seal works to harmonize, feed, lubricate, and tighten or loosen (as needed) tendons, ligaments, attachments, and joints, among its other numerous benefits.
Gravel Root is known for its ability to bring minerals into and out of solution, hence its use as a remedy to dissolve and remove deposits in joints to create more flexibility without discomfort. It is also useful for weak hair and nails, to keep solids and liquids in balance in the body (kidney functioning), and as a tonic for the uterus.
Pleurisy Root, like Gravel Root, is excellent for joint and membranes lubrication, and ease of pain or discomfort.
Formerly called Arthritis & Joint Repair and then Joint Health #1.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- If pregnant, nursing, or on medication consult with a health practitioner before use.