Relieve Pain and Inflammation with this Ayurvedic Therapy

Filed Under: Bone & Joint Health, Arthritis

Relieve Pain and Inflammation with this Ayurvedic Therapy

I constantly get questions about how to relieve arthritic joint pain and inflammation without the use of aspirin or other NSAIDs. There are many options for pain relief, but the one I want to tell you about today--Boswellia--is particularly helpful.

Boswellia is also known as Indian frankincense. It has been used to combat inflammation for thousands of years in the India system of healing called Ayurveda.

I’ve seen and personally experienced the awesome benefits of boswellia for years. It is particularly helpful in protecting joint cartilage and reducing pain in arthritic conditions. It also helps to reduce inflammation, thanks to its active components called boswellic acids.

The primary difficulty with boswellia traditionally has been that absorption rates are not that good, meaning not enough of it gets into the bloodstream to have a therapeutic effect. This is especially true in the elderly and those with compromised digestive systems.

But recent studies show that using a new extract called Aflapin have resolved that issue. This new research has improved the effects of boswellia extract significantly, with patients reporting much faster pain relief against three highly regarded pain management scales. These studies show that Aflapin relieves joint pain and improves physical function in as little as five days, supports healthy joints and connective tissue, reduces discomfort, and enhances joint mobility and flexibility.

If you have joint pain and inflammation that affects your everyday life, I suggest giving this extract a try.

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