Anyone try Zyflamend by New Chapter?
I bought a bottle, took my first pill about 20 minutes ago. I got it to try and ease my neck and shoulder pain and help my nerves heal. Anyone try it with good results?
I took it for a short period for back issues. I started with a half dose and wasn't sure it was helping before I started having stomach issues. I probably took it for a couple weeks before I developed the side effect. I started using actual foods that I knew were agreeable to me after that to help with inflammation like dark chocolate and green teas. Hope you find success with it.
Dark chocolate helps? I never knew that! I don't care for it but I will eat it, what kind do you eat?
I actually buy a large chunk of it at Whole Foods and break it up into pieces. I usually buy bittersweet. I'm not too picky, I like most dark chocolates!
The best combo I've used for inflammation was cherries, and magnesium. Cherries have anti inflammatory properties, and magnesium relaxes muscles, and is very healing to the body. Dr. Teitalbaum has a supplement that contains boswelia, willow bark, which asprin was derived from, and cherry bark, all helpful with pain. See my article on inflammation. Looked up the ingredients, contains skullcap, oregano, and tumeric, all good for inflammation, some of the other ingredients, not sure of, those listed can be very hard on the stomach, says to take with a big meal, and water, make sure to follow those instructions to lesson stomach issues. Let me know if it works, so I can recommend to others.
I have tried Zyflamend and in fact have written a Hub about it...
http://blissfulwriter.hubpages.com/hub/ … -Zyflamend
If you have strong pain, it is not like the prescription drugs where it will take away your pain immediately. It is not that strong because Zyflamend is mainly herbs. For the same reason, it is safer than prescription drugs when taken on a longer term basis. It is for longer term control of systemic bodywide inflammation. And is not for localized intense inflammation caused by a physical injury.
If you are looking for anti-inflammatory foods, I've written about that too...
http://blissfulwriter.hubpages.com/hub/ … tory-Foods
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