A reader with arthritis recently asked us what the difference is between Heal-n-Soothe® and our new Super Joint Support™ formula.
We asked Steve Hefferon, who was integral in formulating both products, to respond. We thought you’d like to hear the answer too…
“I’ve been taking Heal-n-Soothe® for over a year which has… read more »
Devil’s claw is an herb native to Africa, particularly the Kalahari and Savannah desert regions of the South and Southeast regions of the country. Its botanical name, Harpagophytum, means “hook plant” in Greek, and it’s the tiny hooks all over its fruit that earned it its ominous name.
However, don’t let… read more »
Boswellia serrata is a tree with amber-colored resin that is often used in incense. Also known as the frankincense tree, boswellia is often used in Ayurvedic medicine, which originated in India more than 3,000 years ago, and has also been used historically in Africa.
The resin of the tree has powerful… read more »
Have you ever wondered if the foods you eat and the supplements you take are good (or toxic) for your dog?
This question came to my mind a few weeks back when a friend’s dog – a black lab named Dax – got really sick, really fast.
I won’t paint the picture… read more »
I have a personal story to share with you today.
My mother has suffered for years from painful recurring inflammatory hives which tend to break out on her hands.
While hives are rarely a serious ailment, anyone who has suffered with them knows how the itch can drive you crazy.
Typically caused by… read more »
After being vilified for much of the 20th century, nuts have made a comeback in the 21st. Now it’s known that eating nuts may help you live a long, healthy life by reducing your risk of chronic diseases like heart disease, type 2 diabetes and much more.
Nuts are excellent sources… read more »
Tiger Woods pulled out of the Masters this year for the first time since 1994. The reason? Back surgery for a pinched nerve, which he said had been hurting him for several months. The surgery, a microdiscectomy, involves removing bits of material that are pressing on spinal nerves.
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Are you reading this article on a computer? Take a moment to think about your posture. Are you sitting with your head held forward and your shoulders and upper back rounded?
This is incredibly common … and it’s also a major source of back and neck pain. Among teens, even, frequent… read more »
Here is a delicious soup I absolutely love, because it is also a powerhouse source of nutrition.
It contains key ingredients that can help fight inflammation and pain, lower bad cholesterol, and more. In fact, here is a quick rundown of the key health benefits of each of the ingredients.
Olive… read more »
Wouldn’t it be nice to roll out of bed feeling flexible and spry? Unfortunately for many, the reality feels more like waking up as the ‘tin man,’ needing a generous squirt of oil to get your body moving.
This stiffness occurs, in part, because when you sleep your body slows down… read more »