Pain Comfort Complex
Natural Pain Relief for Overworked Muscles and Joints*
- Relieves Pain and Discomfort from Overexertion
- Promotes Flexibility and Comfortable Movement after Exercise
- Regulates the Body’s Natural Inflammatory Response
Many of us push our bodies to the limit whether it’s yard work, exercise or lifting and bending at work all day. Our muscles and joints pay the price from the stress and strain of daily life.
Pain not only affects quality of life, but our work life as well – causing Americans to lose 50 million workdays each year.1 Who has time to be sidelined by pain?
Repetitive stress whether on the job or from recreational activities can cause us discomfort. Inflammation is the beginning of all pain. A healthy inflammatory reaction is a necessary part of the body’s defense mechanisms to aid healing and repel harmful agents; however a prolonged inflammatory response can result in tissue damage.
Pain is the body’s natural warning system to overexertion and we have a natural response – Pain Comfort Complex. Our superior formula contains a blend of 9 diverse nutrients that support the body's normal inflammatory function to reduce occasional pain and stiffness of muscles, connective tissues and tendons, associated with exercise and overexertion. It is all-natural, aspirin-free and easy on the stomach.
It takes powerful ingredients to tackle your back and body pain. When your body has the proper nutritional support, it knows how to handle pain and inflammation. Staying active doesn’t have to hurt. Let us show you what makes Pain Comfort Complex stand out from the crowd. Label Information
Vitamin D3 – Emerging research is linking insufficient levels of Vitamin D to unexplained muscle and bone pain. In a review of 22 studies, it was discovered that almost everyone with chronic back pain had insufficient levels of Vitamin D.
dl-Phenylalanine – dl-Phenylalanine (DLPA) is an amino acid that works by supporting the body’s own pain-killing process. DLPA helps maintain the optimal lifespan of chemicals in the brain that ease pain.
Boswellia Serrata Extract – Boswellia is garnering national attention for recent research on its role in addressing pain and inflammation. We use a highly potent standardized extract with 70% Boswellic acids and 15% AKBA.
Curcumin Extract – Curcumin is the major component of the yellow spice turmeric. We use an easily absorbable standardized extract with 95% total Curcuminoids. Exciting research highlights its modulating effects on pro-inflammatory enzymes (COX-2, 5-LOX and iNOS).
Holy Basil Extract - Holy Basil is an herbal adaptogen, which has powerful antioxidant properties. Our specialized extract is standardized for Ursolic acid content to modulate the natural inflammatory process.
Ginger Extract - Ginger is a well-known natural remedy for nausea. But it’s ginger’s effect on the regulation of inflammation that is getting the most attention these days from researchers around the world. This is due to a specialized compound it contains called Gingerol.
Rosemary Extract – Rosemary brings comfort to overworked muscles. The extract contains a volatile oil called Rosmarinic acid that supports memory and brain function as well as regulating an optimal response to inflammation.
Tart Cherry Extract - The natural compounds found in tart cherries, specifically the Anthocyanins that give cherries their distinctive red coloring, show the greatest potential in reducing inflammation.
Cat’s Claw Extract – Cat’s Claw is an herb that grows in the Peruvian Amazon. Recent research has discovered that the inner bark contains the active alkaloid, Oxindole. We use only Uncaria tomentosa, the most desirable species of Cat’s Claw.
Going about your daily routine without pain can change the quality of your life and allow you to live each day to the fullest. These ingredients will benefit anyone who works hard, plays hard or just has everyday aches and pains.
Don’t Let Pain Slow You Down –
Stay Active with…
Pain Comfort Complex
1. American Pain Society. “Pain Assessment and Treatment in the Managed Care Environment. “Page last accessed August 2010. http://www.ampainsoc.org/advocacy/assess_treat_mce.htm
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