Nat­u­ral so­lu­tion for pain

> As you grow older, you should not be shack­led by mo­bil­ity prob­lems that com­pro­mise your life­style, es­pe­cially if there are al­ter­na­tive reme­dies avail­able

The Sun (Malaysia) - - ZEST -

in­flam­ma­tory re­sponses lead­ing to in­flamed, swollen, painful joints. Pro­longed in­flam­ma­tion even­tu­ally leads to the for­ma­tion of bone spurs, caus­ing lim­ited joint move­ment and pain.

There is, how­ever, a form of re­lief that can be found in na­ture.

His­tor­i­cal records showed that the na­tive Maoris liv­ing along the coast of New Zealand did not suf­fer from joint prob­lems or arthri­tis ow­ing to their diet of fresh, raw New Zealand green­lipped mus­sels.

It was not un­til the 1970s, when a New Zealand green-lipped mus­sels-based joint prod­uct called Bi­olane was pro­duced, that re­lief from arthri­tis was made avail­able across the world.

When lev­els of MMP are con­trolled, it al­lows the joints to re­pair and ‘clean-up’ of ar­eas of dam­aged joint sur­faces in­clud­ing bone spurs.

Bi­olane also has an­tiox­i­dant prop­er­ties, and demon­strates sev­eral sig­nif­i­cant an­ti­in­flam­ma­tory ac­tions in­clud­ing pre­vent­ing im­mune cells from in­dis­crim­i­nately at­tack­ing our joints.

Al­though there is no cure for arthri­tis, it is pos­si­ble to con­trol the con­di­tion so it doesn’t rear its ugly head too early, too de­struc­tively.

Just as arthri­tis doesn’t hap­pen overnight, the process of restor­ing joints will also take time, es­pe­cially if the process in­volves tack­ling the root of the prob­lem.

Pa­tients need to un­der­stand that Bi­olane is not a painkiller. They may still need to take their painkillers be­fore the ben­e­fits of Bi­olane kick in.

Bi­olane is used by med­i­cal pre­scribers in more than 25 coun­tries world­wide, and is now avail­able in Malaysia.

Af­ter Veron­ica took Bi­olane reg­u­larly for three months, she dis­cov­ered one morn­ing that she could walk down the stairs, painfree.

Now, three years later, Veron­ica is like a dif­fer­ent per­son. She no longer needs her painkillers or in­jec­tions, and is back to her gar­den­ing.

Af­ter suf­fer­ing from in­tense joint pain for years, Veron­ica (left) is now able to live pain-free and is able to en­joy her favourite hob­bies, such as gar­den­ing.

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