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A New Answer to Relieve Your Joint Pain

Joint pain can impact all areas of your life, making everyday activities more difficult and uncomfortable to perform. If the pain is severe enough, it may even stop you from participating in certain actions or events altogether.

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Natural Wellness now offers a new supplement for those looking for relief from joint pain. It is called Pain Relief Complex.

What Pain Relief Complex Is & How It Works

Pain Relief Complex contains a variety of natural herbs with anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation is the hallmark of many chronic joint pain conditions. By reducing inflammation in the joints, pain can be reduced as well.

Some herbs work less by reducing inflammation itself and more by supporting the body’s ability to respond to inflammation healthily. It’s similar to how putting good, clean gas in your vehicle can help it run more efficiently. When the body has what it needs to function at optimal levels, it is better equipped to deal with and overcome issues or conditions that can contribute to inflammation and pain.

What’s in This Pain-Relieving Supplement?

As with any supplement, the value of the product lies within the active ingredients that it contains.

Each daily serving of Pain Relief Complex supplies:

  • Devil’s claw – 300 mg
  • Boswellia serrata gum resin extract – 200 mg
  • Turmeric (Curcuma longa) – 200 mg
  • White Willow (Salix alba) bark extract – 200 mg
  • Ginger (Zingiber officinale) rhizome extract – 150 mg
  • Proprietary enzyme/herbal blend – 150 mg

Research-Based Ingredient Benefits

Several studies have connected these ingredients with a positive inflammatory response and, thus, a reduction in pain.

Devil’s Claw and White Willow Bark

For example, in January of 2016, the journal SPINE published a review of 14 randomized controlled trials involving patients with low back pain. While more studies need to be conducted to better understand the connection, the researchers noted that devil’s claw and white willow bark reduced pain in this area of the body more than a placebo or sham treatment. (1)


Turmeric is in Pain Relief Complex

A 2021 review found similar results for turmeric, specifically with knee osteoarthritis. This review included 10 studies, all of which showed that patients had an improvement in both pain and function after taking a turmeric or curcumin supplement. (2)


Ginger is in Pain Relief Complex.

Other studies have connected ginger with reduced pain, such as one which noted that athletes taking this supplement for six weeks had reduced muscle soreness when compared to a placebo. (3) Research published in Advances in Food Technology and Nutritional Sciences explains that this herb helps ease inflammation that co-occurs with several chronic inflammatory conditions, at least in part by reducing inflammatory mediators. (4)

Boswellia Serrata

Boswellia serrata is in Pain Relief Complex,

Boswellia serrata, also known as frankincense, has been found to reduce pain as well. As an example, one study noted that patients experiencing severe and debilitating cluster headaches reduced the intensity of their head pain and headache frequency after taking oral Boswellia serrata. (5)

Who Might Benefit from Pain Relief Complex

The studies above link the ingredients in Pain Relief Complex with the relief of a variety of pains. Several were related to joint pain, but other types of pain as well, such as headaches and muscle pain.

Pain Relief Complex is different from many other natural pain-relieving supplements in that all the herbs within it are plant-based. (It doesn’t contain glucosamine or other ingredients derived from animals.) That makes this supplement an option for people following a vegetarian diet.

Pain Relief Complex also contains no sugar, dairy, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, preservatives, artificial colors, or flavors. If you need to avoid any of these substances, such as if you have an allergy or are sensitive to them, this product offers that ability.

Who This Supplement Might Not Be Right For

If you are pregnant or lactating, this supplement should not be taken. In fact, the American Pregnancy Association recommends that pregnant women avoid all herbal remedies as the safety of these supplements has not been well established for this demographic.

If you are taking any other supplements or prescription medications, it is also recommended that you talk with your doctor before adding this or any other supplement to your healthcare regimen. Some ingredients can negatively interact with each other, and your healthcare provider can provide direction to keep this from happening.

How to Use the Pain Relief Complex Supplement

It is important to always follow a supplement’s label instructions. These instructions are provided to help promote that supplement’s effectiveness while also promoting its safety.

The instructions for Pain Relief Complex are to take 3 capsules daily. Alternatively, if your doctor has a different suggested regimen, you should follow their direction and take this product according to their advice.

Why Choose Natural Wellness’s Pain Relief Complex?

With so many herbal supplements available, why choose Pain Relief Complex? In addition to the ingredients it contains being linked to reduced inflammation and pain, this product is also manufactured in the U.S., made in an FDA-registered facility, and follows current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). It is also lab-verified for quality, dosage, and product potency.

Plus, Pain Relief Complex comes with a risk-free guarantee. If you don’t feel an improvement after taking this herbal supplement for 90 days, the company will issue a refund. Not many companies offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, setting Natural Wellness apart.

(1) Gagnier, J., Oltean, H., van Tulder, M., Berman, B., Bombardier, C., Robbins, C. (2016, January). Herbal Medicine for Low Back Pain: A Cochrane Review. SPINE. doi:10.1097/BRS.0000000000001310

(2) Paultre, K., Cade, W., Hernandez, D., Reynolds, J., Greif, D., Best, T. (2021, January 13). Therapeutic Effects of Turmeric or Curcumin Extract on Pain and Function for Individuals with Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine. doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2020-000935

(3) Mashhadi, N., Ghiasvand, R., Askari, G., et al. (2013, April). Influence of Ginger and Cinnamon Intake on Inflammation and Muscle Soreness Endued by Exercise in Iranian Female Athletes. International Journal of Preventive Medicine. PMCID:PMC3665015

(4) Aryaeian, N., Tavakkoli, H. (2015, September 28). Ginger and Its Effects on Inflammatory Diseases. Advances in Food Technology and Nutritional Sciences. doi:10.17140/AFTNSOJ-1-117

(5) Lampl, C., Haider, B., Schweiger, C. (2012, July 5). Long-Term Efficacy of Boswellia serrata in Four Patients with Chronic Cluster Headache. Cephalagia. doi:10.1177/0333102412451357

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