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Inflammation Ease 60g

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(Serving size 2g | No. serves =30)

SCIENTIFICALLY DEVELOPED | ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

This natural blend of herbs developed by scientists targets inflammation and helps to prevent inflammation symptoms from appearing within the body.

Adding these herbs to your daily routine can help to be part of the simple preventative measure you can implement to maintain your health.

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What makes ‘Inflammation Ease’ Herbs so effective?

Inflammation is involved in many diseases and preventing inflammation may help to maintain health. Inflammation can affect any part of the body from joints, to the brain affecting memory and cognition, the heart and tissues. 

This natural blend of herbs developed by scientists targets inflammation and helps to prevent inflammation symptoms from appearing within the body. This helps your body return to a healthy optimal balance.

 Adding these herbs to your daily routine can help to be part of the simple preventative measure you can implement to maintain your health.

Each of the herbs included in the ‘Inflammation Ease’ contains the molecules that directly inhibit the disease targets.

How are these herbal formulas developed?

Herbs have been used in diets around the world for thousands of years. Scientists are starting to understand the reason why different cultures have always included them. Scientists at Sanoosa Pty Ltd research the disease pathway using current scientific literature to work out the disease target. Using a specially designed computational methods, the molecules (active ingredients) inhibiting the disease target are highlighted. A list of herbs containing these molecules is then produced. The properties of each herb are then investigated for their benefits, interactions and any possible side effects.

From here, a suitable formula of herbs is created that contains the required molecules to help inhibit the specific disease target. These molecules are all available in nature and with this scientific understanding and knowledge, we can utilise nature to create a product that helps to prevent disease.

As our society ages, prevention is becoming even more important. 60% of health care costs are incurred after the age of 65 and the number of people within this age group is increasing by 15% per annum. (1) A third of health care costs are incurred by people over the age of 85 and this age group will quadruple in the next decade.

The modern health care system is struggling to cope with an aging society, it will be up to the individual to maintain their health so as not to be a burden on a system that is failing and may not be able to cope in the future.

What is inflammation?

Inflammation is a natural process that happens in the body.  This can be acute inflammation, for example if you roll your ankle, the ankle swells in order to protect the body during the healing process.  When the ankle has healed the swelling (inflammation) will go down. However, if you have chronic inflammation, there is something causing an irritation within the body, which the body is trying to get rid of naturally and is unable to.

Eg. Body inflammation can cause autoimmunity, a misdirected immune response that occurs when the immune system goes awry and attacks the body itself. This can occur anywhere in the body, the thyroid gland leading to Hashimoto’s or Graves, the joint leading to arthritis or dementia. It’s imperative to find the trigger, to stop the inflammation which can help with autoimmunity. 

Inflammation is at the root of many diseases so preventing inflammation within the body is critical for maintaining health. Inflammation in our bodies can be caused by our lifestyle. Making changes to the food we consume, our stress levels and having an active lifestyle can all help to reduce inflammation in the body.

Prevention is the KEY

It’s time to create the optimal health you’ve always desired by starting TODAY to insure your health for the future. Making small changes today can have an impact on your health in the future.

How does prevention work?

Biochemical reactions are happening all the time within the body. When these are working correctly, we will feel healthy but if something goes wrong, this malfunction leads to a disease hotspot within the body. Pharmaceutical drugs are formulated to target and correct these disease points.

However, in a preventative approach we are working with the biochemical reaction to prevent something going wrong in the first place. For example, if we service and look after a machine, regularly oiling it, giving it what is needs and not waiting till it breaks down, we can help to maintain the machine and hopefully avoid it breaking down in the first place.

References

1. lemayehu B, Warner KE. The Lifetime Distribution of Health Care Costs. Health Services Research. 2004;39(3):627-642. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6773.2004.00248.x.

“Our finding that the typical American spends more than $300,000 over a lifetime lends perspective on the enormity of our investment in medical services. The lifecycle timing of the bulk of those expenditures gives special pause, in light of the essential demographic phenomenon of our time: the aging of the population.

We find that almost 60 percent—$188,658—of the total lifetime cost of survivors is spent after age 65, a figure identical to Spillman and Lubitz’s (2000) post-65 estimate of $188,903 (again inflating their figure to year 2000 dollars). Especially striking is our finding that well over one-third of the average 85-year-old’s expenditures lies in that person’s future.”

Disclaimer
Important: This product has been developed for adults.  If you wish to give this product to a child, you must consult with your medical professional. These herbs have been scientifically developed to assist in maintaining a healthy balance within the body. This product is not a replacement for pharmaceutical drugs. If you are on any medication, please speak to your health provider. These herbs are intended to be used to help prevent disease as part of a healthy lifestyle. The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information contained regarding this product is intended for education and information purposes only. This information is not intended to be used to diagnose, prescribe or replace medical care. The product described herein is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, mitigate or prevent any disease. Please refer to our Disclaimer regarding our products. <

The daily recommended intake is 2 grams (approx 1 level teaspoon). This very versatile formula can be made into a simple tea by adding hot water. Allow the drink to ‘sit’ for 5 minutes before consuming. Remember to stir the tea before drinking as some ‘settling’ will have occurred. It is best to consume this drink with a meal.
You can also sprinkle on your breakfast, add to a smoothie or into your favourite bliss ball mix.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.
Important: This product has been developed for adults. If you wish to give this product to a child, you must consult with your medical professional. If you are currently taking any medications, please consult your health care professional before using this product. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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