Inflammation is a healthy immune response to injury, illness, or infection. Support that healthy immune response with this blend of 9 herbs and nutrients.
#1: Celery seed – You know it as a spice used in salads. But it’s also an abundant source of a compound called 3-n-butylphthalide or 3-n-B for short. 3-n-B supports healthy levels of uric acid in the body. It’s also been shown to reduce tenderness and improve flexibility in people with joint discomfort.
#2: Turmeric — Turmeric is rich in compounds called curcuminoids that help promote proper inflammatory response.
#3: Green Tea — Green tea features a compound called EGCG that helps support healthy levels of prostaglandins.
#4: Rosemary – This common kitchen herb is rich in caffeic acid and rosemarinic acid, two compounds that support levels of leukotrienes produced by the 5-LOX enzyme.
#5: Holy Basil – This member of the mint family has been used as a prized herb for more than 3000 years. It's a powerful antioxidant that's a rich source of ursolic acid, which helps support healthy levels of COX-1, COX-2 and 5-LOX enzymes.
#6: Ginger – This popular Asian root contains compounds called gingerols which, studies say, help support a healthy inflammatory response.
#7: Chinese Skullcap Root – This simple root has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine to relieve joint discomfort. Today, we know it's an important source of baicalein and wogonin, two very powerful flavonoids that promote a healthy inflammatory response.
#8 and #9: Barberry and Chinese Goldthread – (Coptis chinensis). These herbs are both rich natural sources of a phytonutrient called berberine. Berberine supports healthy levels of COX-2 enzyme.
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Give your body the support it needs to maintain healthy inflammatory response with Reduloxin.
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