joint pain Rheumafort

Joint disease therapy demands often long lasting administration of medicines. Unfortunately the medicines that are used for joint disease therapy represent over half of all adverse effects of all pharmaceuticals. A better and safer alternative has been searched for years. A new group of medicines, so called coxibs, had been invented by the end of the twentieth century. However, it turned out that the use of these medicines may carry the risk of very serious side effects and the majority of them have been withdrawn from therapy.

It has been known that our diet has crucial impact on our health and including on our joint health. This is why one may be recommended to complement joint therapy with the use of appropriate dietary supplements which have a positive effect on joints, as e.g. Rheumafort.

Rheumafort is a dietary supplement created at Irvine University in California. It provides a unique combination of 6 plant extracts: Astragalus root, Angelica root, Lemon fruit, Chamomile flower, Broccoli sprout and Pineapple fruit.

Rheumafort can be taken as a dietary supplement by anybody, however, it is particularly recommended for those people with joint problems. A clinical study on patients suffering from osteoarthritis has been performed at the Clinic for Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, Poznan University of Medical Sciences. Eighty percent of subjects that took rheumafort have shown good and very good effects after 6 weeks of administration.

Read more → Rheumafort clinical evaluation

Please notice! The presented product is a dietary supplement and this presentation does not intend to attribute to it the property of preventing, treating or curing any human disease, or refer to such properties. Exact to Directive 2002/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 June 2002.

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