Relief Of Mild Joint Pain And Inflammation.
Ingredients in Inflavonoid Intensive Care have been traditionally used or shown:
- For temporary relief of pain and joint inflammation.1
- Contains BCM-95TM Turmeric.2
- A condition specific BCM-95TM product for use in acute and painful conditions.
Directions for use (Adults): For symptomatic relief of mild joint pain and mild arthritis:Take 1 tablet every 2 hours (6 tablets per day).
To relieve inflammation:Take 2 tablets twice daily.
Each tablet contains:
|Citrus bioflavonoids extract||100 mg|
Capsicum frutescens, fruit powder
|Dry herbal extracts:|
|Curcuma longa (BCM-95™ Turmeric), rhizome||152 mg|
|Derived from dry rhizome||3.8 g|
|Equivalent Curcumin||106 mg|
|Boswellia serrata (BosPure® Boswellia), gum oleoresin||
|Derived from dry gum oleoresin||1.5 g|
|Salix alba (White willow), stem bark||60 mg|
|Derived from dry stem bark||1.5 g|
|Zingiber officinale (Ginger), rhizome||62.5 mg|
|Derived from dry rhizome||500 mg|
Free from animal products, dairy protein, lactose, eggs, gluten, wheat, nuts, yeast, soy protein and salt. Free from artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours and preservatives.
Relieves acute inflammation: The ingredients in Inflavonoid Intensive Care work at various points within the inflammatory cascade to decrease inflammation and pain associated with mild arthritis via the following mechanisms:
- Boswellia inhibits 5-lipoxygenase (5-LOX).1
- White willow bark inhibits prostaglandin synthesis by inhibiting cyclooxygenase (COX-2) mediated prostaglandin release shown in vitro.
- Ginger suppresses prostaglandin synthesis through inhibition of COX and LOX.
- Quercetin inhibits the activation of NF-ƙB demonstrated in vitro studies.
Volatile oils, naturally found in BCM-95 turmeric, contribute to its effect. These oils exhibit anti-inflammatory activity with demonstrated ability to bind to the nuclear receptor, perisome proliferator-activated receptor γ (PPARγ), inhibit prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) production and inhibit inducible nitric oxide production during the inflammation process.