Celadrin Cream

Rub Away the Pain with Celadrin Cream

Osteoarthritis hurts! Many people despair and turn to painkilling pharmaceuticals to get relief from joint pain, just so they can keep moving and get things done. But there ARE natural products that can provide real relief, without side effects.

How do I know if I have osteoarthritis?
If some of your joints are stiff and painful, and feel worse with increased use, see your medical practitioner to determine the nature and extent of joint damage.

What can I take that’s natural?
Many people get relief from joint pain and stiffness using supplements that support cartilage health, improve lubrication or reduce inflammation that causes pain. Cartilage is a “shock absorber”, and synovial (joint) fluid provides nutrients and oxygen. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfates, Celadrin cream and capsules, and omega-3 essential fatty acids, can be effective treatments. Many people also experience pain relief or motion improvement with SAMe, MSM and enzymes such as bromelain.

What is Celadrin?
Celadrin is a natural anti-inflammatory compound containing “esterified” fatty acids. Esterifying stabilizes the fatty acid to prevent reaction with oxygen. Celadrin can be taken as an oral supplement or used topically as a cream. Several studies have shown that Celadrin® cream provides real pain relief in as little as 30 minutes. It also has long term, cumulative benefits for cellular health.

How does it work?
Celadrin works a bit like the essential fatty acids, EPA and DHA, that come from fish oils, but faster. Celadrin reduces inflammation and lubricates cell membranes, restoring the fluid that cushion bones and joints. Celadrin® also directly helps joints and surrounding tissue by reducing inflammation.

Is there research behind Celadrin?
Yes. Celadrin oral and topical products have both been clinically studied, with results published in medical journals.
 
Which is better, Celadrin Cream or Celadrin softgels?
Both work. Orally and topically, Celadrin® has been tested in separate studies. Holista Celadrin Cream can be rubbed on the joints that need the most help for fast, targeted pain relief. Holista offers Celadrin Cream in a 40 gram jar.

Is Celadrin safe?
Very. Unlike some pharmaceutical arthritis medications, Celadrin addresses the cause of pain, not just the symptoms.

Can I still take Glucosamine?
Yes. Glucosamine, glucosamine/chondroitin, or glucosamine/MSM supplements help rebuild cartilage, while Celadrin provides continuous lubrication and reduces inflammation. Oral glucosamine and topical Celadrin make a great combination to ease painful joints.

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