ViaZen Inflammation

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  • Infos
  • Understanding
  • References
Infos

Viazen Inflammation, a powerful synergy of 4 active medicinal ingredients

The ingredients’ synergy of Viazen Inflammation is the key of the effectiveness of this SUPERIOR FORMULA.

Who needs Viazen Inflammation?

Viazen Inflammation is a comfort solution specifically developed for people living daily with a joint inflammatory disease, including inflammatory arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, gout, osteoarthritis or arthrosis. Several people have difficulty dealing with anti-inflammatory side effects of medical prescribed drugs, such as hepatic impairment, stomach pain, diarrhea and abdominal pain, cardiovascular disorders and bone demineralization. Viazen Inflammation is an effective natural anti-inflammatory solution without side effects.

Viazen Inflammation’s Presentation

Viazen Inflammation is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory with broad spectrum of action related to 4 scientifically recognized medicinal substances. Joined together in one product, these substances inhibit effectively pro-inflammatory substances production into the body.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS

THERAPEUTIC PROPERTIES

Curcuma longa (rhizone extract)
Standardized extract to 95 % curcuminoides
225 mg/day

Powerful natural anti-inflammatory action by inhibiting enzymes responsible of pro-inflammatory substances synthesis, derived from arachidonic acid. Important antioxydant property.

Boswellia serrata (resin extract)
eStandardized extract to 70 % boswellic acids
225 mg/day

Inflammation relief in presence of arthritis and osteoarthritis.

Bromelain (2400 LCU/g)
Proteolytic enzyme extracted from pineapple stem
450 mg/day

By optimizing protein digestion, it helps to prevent immune imbalances resulting from allergens (food particles badly digested) entrance in blood circulation. Important anti-inflammatory action.

Zinc – gluconate
175 mg/day

This mineral is implicated in several enzymatic processes. It is also an important factor implicated in tissues healing.

* Daily dosage corresponding to 3 capsules of ViaZen Inflammation.

Non-medicinal ingredients

Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetable magnesium stearate, gelatine. Viazen Inflammation is free of wheat, soya, corn, yeast, peanut, gluten, egg and dairy products. It does not contain preservatives, sweeteners, colouring agents, artificial flavours and is exempt of GMO.

Presentation: 90 capsules

Recommended use

Viazen Inflammation will be taken on a regular basis, at a rate of 1 capsule with every meal, during a minimum of three consecutive months. Symptoms relief will begin to be observed rapidly, after a few days of use, but depending on the intensity and chronicity of the inflammatory problem, the optimal results will appear after a few weeks or a few months of treatment. Ingest Viazen Inflammation a few hours before or after taking other medication.

Anticipated results

1) Rapid reduction of inflammatory reaction
2) Extremely effective relief of pain and other clinical symptoms related to inflammation
3) Joints look improvement
4) Comfort and joint mobility
5) Life quality improvement

CAUTION

Do not use in presence of pineapple allergy. Consult a healthcare practitioner in presence of gallstone history, biliary tract obstructions and stomach ulcers. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Do not use with anticoagulants, antiplatelets and antibiotics. Take note that Viazen Inflammation does not replace medical prescription of anti-inflammatory drugs.

Understanding

What is inflammation?

Inflammation results from the organism reaction process against an aggressive agent. This agent, responsible of the inflammation, can be of infectious origin (a bacteria or a virus), a chemical reaction (contact with toxic substances), related to an immune imbalance (allergies, cellular antigens (tissue graft), foreign antigens (autoimmune process) or resulting from a physical trauma (radiations, frictions).

Inflammation appears by a group of specific clinical signs including redness, heat, swelling, pain and, depending the inflammation process extent, fever and an heart rate acceleration. Also, a general discomfort may appear. By the time, it is possible to observe a deterioration of the organ affected by the inflammation process leading to incapacitating. By example, difficulty to move in presence of joint inflammation.
Acute inflammation has short duration. It disappears when the aggressive agent is rapidly controlled or eliminated, allowing the healing of affected tissues. Inflammation will become chronic when the aggressive agent is present during a very long period. It will still be going on as long as the aggressive agent is not removed and remains present.

What does occur exactly?

Initially the affected part of the body reacts in contact with the aggressive agent. The inflammatory reaction includes complex physiological and metabolic events, modulated and orchestrated by inflammation mediators (histamine, prostaglandins, cytokines, etc.). These mediators come from cells or plasma.

Redness and heat are caused by blood vessels dilatation and by the increased blood flow in the affected area. The release of a liquid (inflammatory exudate) in the intercellular space will generate tumefaction (swelling). The pain which appears, results from the compression of nerve terminations by the tumefaction and by the action of chemical factors released in the affected area.

Lastly, a general discomfort, associated to tiredness and light depression, appears according to the important energy request during the inflammatory process.

The term “arthritis” is the generic term regrouping more than one hundred of acute and chronic joint inflammatory affections. Majority of arthritis affections are chronic, which means that their development occurs on several months or years, and makes life invalidating.

Specific touched joints, pain and ankylosis levels vary from an individual to another and according to the type of the joint disease. The inflammation may be present at the level of one, several or the whole structures which compose the joint (the joint capsule, the synovial membrane, the cartilage, ligaments and tendons).

Clinical symptoms of joint inflammation

Inflammation may be present only on one or on several joints in the same time. All joints of the musculoskeletal system can be touched by arthritis. This disease affects the hips, the knees, the ankles, the feet, the fingers, the wrists, the elbows, the shoulders and the vertebral column. Here are some current clinical symptoms:

  • The skin can be red and warm.
  • Swelling: joint volume is increased
  • Joint sensitivity to touch contact
  • Joint pain which can appear in a brutal way and which is usually very intense
  • Joint stiffness also named ankylosis
  • Small bumps or nodules, especially on the fingers and the toes
  • Joint deformation
  • Tiredness can be present
  • Presence of fever
  • General discomfort

Symptoms intensity will vary according to the type of the disease. They can also vary from one person to another. Certain people will have remission period, during which symptoms attenuate, or can even disappear completely. In long term, the overproduction of inflammation will have bad consequences on joint health, since it will generate a loss of joint mobility.

References

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