KEARNY, NJ--(Marketwired - Jul 26, 2016) - It's the leading cause of disability in the United States and more than half of those with the disorder are under the age of 65. Arthritis affects more than 52 million Americans and can be painful to manage, as there is no medical cure other than joint replacement. Inflammatory response supplements containing the clinically studied Celadrin ingredient have been proven to provide pain relief with additional benefits of restoring fluids that cushion bones and joints with long-term use.
Celadrin can be found in certain topical pain reliever creams and should be applied directly on the area in pain. It can also be found in supplement form and can be taken orally. In one double blind clinical trial, Celadrin taken orally showed significant benefits beyond the arthritic medication patients were taking with cumulative improvement shown throughout the study. Celadrin is one of the most effective natural anti-inflammatory compounds derived from specific esterified fatty acids found in bovine tallow oil.
"Celadrin works in a very similar way as essential fatty acids EPA and DHA from omega-3 fish oils, but the results are more dramatic for pain sufferers because it causes changes at the body's cellular level," said David Foreman, R.Ph., known as The Herbal Pharmacist, who started his career as a registered pharmacist with a strong belief in natural medicine and uses his expertise in physiology, pharmacology and natural medicine to educate the public on cutting edge approaches to natural health and healing. "Celadrin allows the body to have a healthy inflammatory response while lubricating cell membranes throughout the body, restoring fluids that cushion bones and joints to promote flexibility and mobility."
Clinical studies on Celadrin have been published on two occasions in the internationally acclaimed Journal of Rheumatology and have reported significant results for pain relief without any side effects (www.Celadrininfo.com). Additionally, Foreman recommends certain herbs for managing joint pain including aloe vera, boswellia, cat's claw, ginger and turmeric. He also recommends getting vitamin D levels checked.
"Low vitamin D levels are associated with increased susceptibility to rheumatoid arthritis and other forms of arthritis," said Foreman, who also serves on the scientific advisory board for Organic & Natural Health Association. "You can check your own vitamin D levels with an at-home-kit to determine how much vitamin D supplementation you need. Most people are deficient in vitamin D no matter where they live."
For more holistic health tips and to read the latest Herbal Pharmacist blog on ways to alleviate arthritic pain, visit: http://herbalpharmacist.com/arthritis/.