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Arthritis Helper Tincture


This formula is designed to “assist” with the effects of mild and chronic Arthritis. In conjunction with Original Wellness, LLC’s Herbal Migraine and Pain Formula, can reduce the effects of Arthritis. The “Arthritis Helper” is designed to be used by itself. DO NOT USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER MEDICATIONS WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “Arthritis is the swelling and tenderness of one or more joints….”.

This swelling can become chronic and lead to some mild to severe pain. According to a Harvard University study,

“A study published in BMC suggests that curcumin, a naturally occurring substance found in a common spice, might help ease osteoarthritis pain. In the study, researchers enrolled 139 people with symptoms of knee osteoarthritis. Their symptoms were at least moderately severe and required treatment with a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). For one month, they were given the NSAID diclofenac (50 mg, twice daily) or curcumin (500 mg, three times daily).

Why curcumin? It’s a natural substance, found in the spice turmeric, that has anti-inflammatory effects. Its use has been advocated for cardiovascular health, arthritis, and a host of other conditions. However, well-designed studies of its health benefits are limited.


Here’s what this study found:

  • Both treatments relieved arthritis symptoms and helped to a similar degree: 94% of those taking curcumin and 97% of those taking diclofenac reported at least 50% improvement.
  • People reported fewer side effects with curcumin. For example, none of the study subjects taking curcumin needed treatment for stomach trouble, but 28% of those taking diclofenac needed treatment.
  • Those taking curcumin lost, on average, nearly 2% of their body weight in just four weeks — that’s 3.5 pounds for a 175-pound person.”


Other herbal extracts such as Ginger, evening primrose and green tea have also been shown in some studies to assist with arthritis symptoms.

(As always, consult a doctor before using any herbal supplements for potential negative interactions


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