Pain Eaze is a unique formula designed to regulate pain, support joint comfort, and promote immune health. Pain Eaze also provides plentiful amounts of antioxidants to support down-regulating inflammation, while relieving your pain.
Painkillers are dangerous! The number of deaths in America due to prescription painkiller overdose has more than tripled in the past decade, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Approximately 15,000 people per year (about 40 per day) die from prescription painkillers. If that isn’t enough to caution you, there are many other reasons not to use painkillers. There are many other side effects of painkillers such as addiction, liver problems, and stomach issues. This is why you should use the all natural Pain Eaze instead.
WHITE WILLOW BARK (SALIX ALBA)
Willow bark has been used for thousands of years to help support eicosanoid and cytokine balance and to help relieve discomfort. (1-3) Willow bark is currently approved by the German Commission E and the European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP) for these purposes. Willow bark is also recognized in the United States for its role in supporting joint comfort. (1) Willow bark contains glycosides, salicylates, flavonoids, tannins, aromatic compounds, and acids. A 2007 Cochrane review of the literature found moderate evidence that Salix alba positively affected eicosanoid metabolism and produced results that were comparable to those obtained by other commonly used compounds. Favorable results were obtained by other commonly used compounds. Favorable results were obtained when the Salix alba in the studies was standardized to 120 mg or 240 mg salicin, Pain Ease provides a standardized 120 mg does of salicin per serving.(4)
Various randomized placebo-controlled studies suggest that willow bark produces positive effects on joint discomfort. The usual dose of salicin is 240 mg per day, (5) which is the intake recommendation for Pain Eaze. Pharmacokinetic evaluations reveal that salicylic acid is the major metabolite of salicin, though other components of willow bark are believed to provide relief as well. (6) The mechanism of action of white willow bark appears to involve an effect on both arachidonic acid-derived eicosanoids and cytokine compounds.(7)
Willow bark is made from the bark of willow trees. It has been used for centuries as a pain reliever for general aches and pains. Many studies have proven the effectiveness of willow bark for pain. Willow bark contains salicin and other components that provide pain relief as well. This just proves that its nickname “Nature’s Aspirin” is well deserved.
This is a standardized Boswellia serrata extract enriched to 30% 3-O-afcetyl-11-keto-8-boswellic acid (AKBA), is ten times more concentrated than ordinary B serrata. Boswellia serrata is an ayurvedic herb whose principle constituents bosellic acid and alpha-boswellicu acid- may help maintain healthy leukotriene metabolism by reducing the activity of the enzyme 5-lipoxygenase. 5-lipoxygenanase (5-LOX) catalyzes the synthesis of unfavorable leukotrienes. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial assessing the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of Boswellia extract produced statistically significant and clinically relevant decreases in knee discomfort, increases in knee flexion, and increases in walking distance.(9)
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study specifically designed with 5-Loxin resulted in statistically significant improvements in comfort and physical function and a significant reduction in matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) in synovial fluid. (10) MMP represents a class of enzymes that selectively hydrolyze peptide bonds and degrade structural proteins; they play a crucial role in the degradation of joint tissues. 5-Loxin shows significant inhibition against several MMPs. It helps prevent the formation of human recombinant TNF-a inducible MMPs, which further facilitates the maintenance of healthy cartilage and cell-cycle regulation.(11,12)
5-Loxin is proven to relieve inflammation, knee pain, increase knee flexion, and even increase walking distance. This is definitely a powerful ingredient in a pain reliever.
BERRYVIN (40 mg)
This contains a blend of blueberries, strawberries, escobillo, and cranberries, along with grape and pomegranate extracts. This bioflavonoid-rich berry powder provides polyphenols, anthocyanin, ellagic acid, and an antioxidant capacity of 4000 TE/g to fight free radicals It may also provide substantial antioxidant support for soft tissues. Bioflavonoids are thought to act synergistically to inhibit cycooxygenases, lipoxygenases, and phospholipase, ultimately supporting healthy eicosanoid metabolism and favorable cytokine balance.(13,14)
Berryvin contains a blend of many berries and extracts. The blend provides antioxidants which neutralize free radicals, support soft tissues, decrease inflammation, and relieve pain.
WHY DR. ZYROWSKI USES PAIN EAZE
Celarity Company Statement
Count:120 vegetarian capsules
Suggested use:Take two capsules daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Individuals taking medication should discuss potential interactions with their healthcare practitioner. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.
Storage:Keep in cool, dry place out of reach of children.
Does not contain:Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, animal or dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives.
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