What’s In It
Stinging Nettle1 harbors a variety of compounds that may reduce inflammation. Research shows consuming stinging nettle products appears to relieve inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. Read More
Boswellia Serrata2 can prevent the formation of leukotrienes in the body. Leukotrienes are molecules that have been identified as a cause of inflammation. Read More
Horsetail3 has traditionally been used as a diuretic (helps rid the body of excess fluid by increasing urine output). It’s suggested as a treatment for osteoporosis because it contains silicon, a mineral needed for bone health. Read More
Garlic4(allicin - the major biologically active component of garlic) supplementation may reduce exercise induced muscle damage and has been found to reduce muscle soreness after exercise. Read More
Celery Seed5 is used mostly as a diuretic, helping your body eliminate water by increasing urine output. Celery seed is also used for treating arthritis and gout, helping to reduce muscle spasms, calming the nerves, and reducing inflammation. Read More
Thiamine - Horsetail can lower levels of thiamine, therefore we put thiamine in the formula to mitigate against this effect.
4 Su, Q.S., et al., Effects of allicin supplementation on plasma markers of exercise-induced muscle damage, IL-6 and antioxidant capacity. Eur J Appl Physiol., 2008. 103(3): p. 275-83.