Why Do My Joints Hurt? The Answer Might Surprise You (VIDEO)

When joints hurt, many assume the cause of joint pain is always injury or aging. While both can be factors, there’s another “hidden” cause your doctor probably hasn’t mentioned.

Please watch this 2-minute video to discover what this cause is (and then scroll down to claim your free sample of the only known solution for this hidden cause of joint pain):

As you saw in the video, my research team and I formulated a new and improved systemic enzyme solution to help clear out that excess fibrin which causes chronic pain and inflammation.

It’s called Heal-n-Soothe®.

It’s a combination of multiple systemic enzymes like Protease AM, Protease 6.0, Alkaline Protease, Bromelain, and Papain. These enzymes are proven to cut through excess fibrin and help stop inflammation.

We also combined the systemic enzymes with seven other anti-inflammatory “all-stars” to help cool off excess inflammation.

With Heal-n-Soothe®, you’ll soon be well on your way back to the golf course, planting flowers in your garden, or playing with your grandkids.

Today, you can claim a free bottle of Heal-n-Soothe® to see and feel the pain-relieving results for yourself.

(We’ll never bill you for the bottle you claim today. It’s our gift to you. All I ask is you cover the small shipping fee and let me know how it works for you.)

Click the link below to tell us where to send your free 30-day supply:

⇒ Click Here To Claim Your FREE Bottle Of Heal-n-Soothe Before Supplies Run Out

Filed Under: Arthritis
Written By: Updated:

Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT Pain Relief Expert, Post Rehab Specialist

Jesse is the co-founder and visionary CEO of The Healthy Back Institute®, the world-leading source of natural back pain solutions. His mission as a former back pain sufferer is to help others live pain free without surgery and pharmaceuticals.

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6 thoughts on “Why Do My Joints Hurt? The Answer Might Surprise You (VIDEO)”

  1. Gerald` Lilja says:

    you should mention here that if one takes a blood thinner, he cannot take Heal-n-smooth.
    I got a bottle only to see in the side effects that I could not take it ….

    1. Steven Hefferon says:

      Gerald,

      https://www.losethebackpain.com/faq/who-should-not-take-heal-n-soothe/

      This product may thin the blood and may not be appropriate for all persons.

      Who Should not Take Heal n Soothe:

      Individuals taking any prescription blood thinners like but not limited to (ie. Coumadin, Heparin, Plavix, Xeralta, Eliquis, Perdaxa, Edoxaban)… including all of the Generic version of all of these drugs, not listed.
      Those with bleeding disorders such as (but not limited to) Factor VIII deficiency, von Willebrand’s, and other types of Hemophilia.
      Anyone who will be having surgery should pause the Heal n Sooth a minimum of two weeks prior to surgery
      Individuals with known or suspected ulcerations of any part of the intestinal tract
      Pregnant or lactating women
      Individuals currently taking antibiotics should not take Heal n Soothe until you have completed taking the antibiotics, you may start the Heal n Soothe back up, 3 days after you have stopped taking the last of the antibiotics.
      Individuals allergic to pineapples or papayas
      Individuals under the age of 18, will need parents consent and supervision by their physician.
      Note: If you take 81 mg of Aspirin every day, that is not an absolute contra-Indication, like a prescription blood thinner would be, so we have to suggest that you consult your physician on the matter as only they know your complete medical history and only they can make that determination if Heal n Soothe is appropriate for you to take or not.
      The known contraindicated drugs the restricts the use of Heal n Soothe are Antibiotics, Anti-Fibrinolytics and Blood Thinners, above and beyond those drugs, if you have questions or concerns we have to suggest to you to consult your physician as only they know your complete medical history and only then can give you a specific answer in this matter.

      We know most doctors do not know a lot about supplements but on the flip side, they are the ones that have established your treatment plan and only they know what changes or additions are appropriate for the specific plan they have set for you. We do wish we could give you a more complete answer from our end but as a matter of your personal safety, we have to ask you to consult your physician when it comes to this question.

      Lastly, if they do give you permission to take Heal n Soothe, we simply ask you to take your medications and Heal n Soothe 60 minutes apart, it does not matter which one you take first, we just prefer to not have the drug and Heal n Soothe in the gut at the same time.

      1. angie says:

        I will not be able to take this product because I take Eliquis .

  2. Joseph C Boylan says:

    My wife (aged 43) is a left arm amputee and has not been able to cure the pain in her right arm which the doctors said she would experience as she grew older due to the excess stress she needs to compensate for the damaged arm. She is an extremely active person and very determined to conquer this problem. So far none of the creams from you Jesse, we have tried to solve this problem have done very much for her. Any further suggestions you may have we would welcome.
    I am aged 80 and I am experiencing inflammation in my feet and lower legs due to aggravating minor injuries sometimes, also due in turn to loss of balance when climbing on a stool for example.

  3. Jimmie Howle says:

    It’s my hip. Very bad pain. I have super Joint Support Thanks Jimmie

  4. Denise Calhoun says:

    How long should it take for Soothe & Heal to start working?

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