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A Health and Wellness Coach’s View of Freedom

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Freedom is an all-natural, anti-inflammatory nutritional supplement consisting of eight powerful herbs proven to significantly reduce chronic inflammation and assist with pain management in the body from arthritis to inflammation and joint wear and tear.

I am confident in the clinical research I have seen that Freedom provides a safe dosage of the highest quality natural ingredients from a potent blend of herbal extracts.

Ingredients

Here’s a look at these eight medicinal herbs:

Cinnamon: The antioxidants in cinnamon have anti-inflammatory effects and are particularly high in the compound, cinnamaldehyde, which scientists believe is responsible for most of cinnamon’s powerful effects on health. Research shows that cinnamon is equal to turmeric in reducing inflammation.

Bromelain: A natural substance derived from pineapples with positive effects on multiple health conditions, including burns, osteoarthritis, and cancer. As a protein enzyme, it is much easier for absorption into the body when compared to other herbal compounds. Its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties make it an effective treatment for soft-tissue swelling and joint stiffness.

Turmeric: Known as the golden spice, turmeric’s active components, curcuminoids, are powerful antioxidants. Evidence suggests it is effective at reducing many forms of inflammation, including: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, type 2 diabetes, ulcerative colitis, allergies and workout-related pain.

Devil’s Claw: The fruit of devil’s claw is used in herbal medicine to reduce inflammation. It improves mobility and pain relief in a variety of conditions as effectively as taking a double dose of aspirin. Evidence suggests that it may be a safer alternative treatment for inflammatory conditions like arthritis of the knee and hip and low back pain.

Boswellia Serrata: Boswellia Serrata extract (BSE) when given to patients three times a day, significantly reduced pain and stiffness while improving their joints. It has also shown a reduction in bone spurs, and an increase in joint space.

Ginger: Widely used as an effective treatment in nausea and vomiting, ginger is also used as an anti-inflammatory. The compounds, gingerol and zingerone are ginger’s primary active elements. The two compounds together reduce many forms of inflammation, from colitis to kidney damage to diabetes and cancer.

White Willow: The bark of white willow contains salicin, which is a chemical like aspirin and can be used as an alternative to aspirin. In combination with the herb’s powerful anti-inflammatory plant compounds, salicin is  responsible for the pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects of the herb. The high potency of white willow translates to faster absorption into the bloodstream giving you rapid relief.

Cayenne Pepper: Aids the body in fighting inflammation. Cayenne contains a substance known as capsaicin. It triggers a biochemical reaction that is both pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory. Oral capsaicin provides pain relief for various types of arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Conclusion

To find out whether Freedom is suitable for you, it is advised that you consult with your physician first.

Joanne Rose, Certified Health & Wellness Coach

Maui Wellness Coach

 

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