Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-CTS RELIEF -Nutritional Support for Healthy Nerves
Nutritional support to aid in prevention & recovery of carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritic conditions, related nerve dysfunction, pain and stiffness. Avoid surgery and increase your function and wellness. Assists naturally in reducing pain, stiffness, numbness, tingling and related symptoms associated with wrist and arm discomfort and carpal tunnel syndrome.
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CTS RELIEF References:
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Analysts J. M., Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome with vitamin B6, South Med J , 80:88284, 1987
Ellis JM, et al, Clinical aspects of treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome with vitamin B6, Ann New York Acad Sci, 585:30220, 1990
White Willow Bark
Bark from the white willow tree is one the oldest folk remedies for pain and inflammation. The ancient Eqyptians, Greeks, and Indians use this substance for a large variety of musculoskeletal ailments throughout the lifetime of countless individuals. Various randomized, placebo-controlled studies have shown that white willow bark compared favorably with many over-the-counter anti-inflammatories and painkillers, and especially to aspirin. The side effects of this natural substance are reported to be significantly less than aspirin. White willow bark should not be used with children to avoid the risk of Reye’s syndrome and in those conditions where aspirin is contraindicated. A typical adult dose is 200-240 mg per day.
Natural anti-inflammatory agents for pain relief, J C Maroon, JW Bost, and A Maroon, Surg Neurol Int. 2010; 1: 80.
Web MD states-Magnesium (Mg) Is important electrolyte needed for proper nerve, muscle, and enzyme function.
Phytomedicine. 2010 Dec 1;17(14):1106-13. doi: 10.1016/j.phymed.2010.03.022. Epub 2010 May 31.