There are countless reasons why we feel pain. It’s an effective way our bodies alert us to injury or illness and ask us to remedy it. Our nerves act as messengers, sending repeated signals to the brain which lets us feel the intensity. Chronic inflammation and joint pain can be particularly acute and disabling. Types of arthritis, tendinitis and conditions like fibromyalgia are just a few diseases that can bring on intense pain, causing sufferers to seek effective relief.
If you’re looking for a safe, natural way to treat joint and inflammation discomfort, consider Pain-Pro™.
Pain-Pro™ Formula contains a natural blend of food enzymes and herbs that have been used for centuries as safe alternatives and natural substitutes for conventional drug painkillers. Natural anti-inflammatory herbs like curcumin, boswellia and ginger along with parts of the stinging nettle plant are natural diuretics, which have been traditionally used in herbal medicine to commonly relieve swelling and rheumatic complaints.
Pain-Pro™ is ideal for those who want to reduce sporadic or chronic pain while avoiding COX-2 drugs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) and their potential side effects. It combines an array of herbs and antioxidants that help relieve pain and inflammation in the body, particularly in the joints.
Each capsule contains
|Boswellia serrata extract (45% boswellic acid)||100mg|
|Ginger root extract (5% gingerols)||100mg|
|Stinging nettle extract 4:1||83mg|
|Rosemary extract 4:1||67mg|
|Green tea extract (95% polyphenols)||35mg|
|Holy basil extract 4:1||33mg|
|Resveratrol (polygonum root)||400mcg|
Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. As with any natural health product, you should consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use of this product especially if you have a medical condition including iron deficiency, heart condition, diabetes, excessive stomach acid, gallstones, biliary tract obstruction/gastrointestinal lesions/stomach ulcers, liver disorder or develop symptoms of liver trouble (such as abdominal pain, dark urine or jaundice) or before having surgery. Consult a healthcare practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.