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Native Remedies InflammaGo™ Homeopathic Formula -- 2 fl oz


Native Remedies InflammaGo™ Homeopathic Formula
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Native Remedies InflammaGo™ Homeopathic Formula -- 2 fl oz

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Native Remedies InflammaGo™ Homeopathic Formula Description

  • Temporarily Reduces Sports-Related Muscle & Joint Discomfort
  • Homeopathic Formula
  • No Artificial Flavors or Colors
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in USA

InflammaGo is a homeopathic remedy that temporarily reduces joint and muscle pain, inflammation and stiffness. InflammaGo is a safe, non-addictive, FDA registered natural remedy containing 100% homeopathic ingredients selected to temporarily relieve acute pain and stiffness in joints and muscles. InflammaGo can safely maintain joint health and support healthy tissues in the body, without harmful side effects. This remedy contains a selection of homeopathic ingredients known to address muscle and joint inflammation and fatigue. It also helps relieve sports injuries, plus healing after over-exertion and physical stress.


Directions

Mix in 1/4 cup of water and sip slowly. Use 3-5 times daily as needed until symptoms improve. Alternatively, drops may be taken directly into the mouth. Adults & Children 12+  and older: 0.50 mL. Children under 12: 0.25 mL.
Free Of
Artificial Flavors or Colors, Gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: InflammaGo is a homeopathic remedy and contains the following HPUS ingredients in therapeutic dosage: Arnica 6C, Berberis 6C, Bryonia 6C, Dulcamara 6C, and Rhus tox 30C. Inactive Ingredients: Purified water, USP grain alcohol (20% by volume).
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If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a healthcare professional. If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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Desk Stretches You Can Do Anytime

1. Spinal extension-flexion

Place your hands on the edge of your desk with your body far enough from it to create 90-degree angles at each elbow. With each inhale, press your rib cage and chest toward the desk and lift your head then look at the ceiling (spinal extension). With each exhale, draw your belly button to your spine, spread your shoulder blades apart, and dip your chin a little (spinal flexion). Consider this: If you tend to round your back or hunch your shoulders, skip the mild spinal flexion offered here, and with each exhale instead return your spine to its natural, normal curves, with added lift through the crown of your head.

2. Overhead leans

With an inhale, lift both arms overhead. With an exhale, drop one arm down and lean to its side. Switch sides, of course. Consider this: You can incorporate a satisfying neck stretch with each exhale by turning your head down and out a bit toward the side you’re leaning.

3. Spinal twists

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Keep in mind

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