New Chapter Zyflamend 120 Veggie Caps
New Chapter Zyflamend is a Supercritical Inflammation Modulator that aids in promoting a healthy inflammation response for proper health. With research showing that is an effective supplement for promoting proper joint health and normal cell growth Zyflamend represents a breakthrough for stimulating that healthy inflammation response.
- Promotes Healthy Joints
- Promotes Normal Cell Growth
- Signals a Healthy Inflammation Response
One veggie cap two times daily. Take in the middle of a larger meal with an 8 oz. glass of water.
Women who are pregnant, contemplating pregnancy, or nursing should consult with their health care provider or physician before taking this product. As with any dietary supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product.
Helped Inflamation in My Jaw
I LOVE New Chapter Zyflamend! My jaw became locked with only 1/2"opening as a result of several Dentist vists and lots of numbing shots received within a 2 week period. I had two proceedures going on at the same time on the same side of my mouth. Inflamation set in big time in a pocket area of the jaw that is very difficult to get anything to respond to. After 3 months of NO IMPROVEMENT, even using Chriropractic & Accupuncture, I was very discouraged. My friend recommended Zyflamend as it worked so well for her shoulder inflamation. Within the first week, my jaw started opening up! And other joint areas benefited as well! It also helps my husband's joints. No side effects for any of us! The best part is the ingredients are natural. We have found that once the inflamation is gone, it is not necessary to take everyday. If symptoms reappear, just start taking again or just taking 1/2 dose daily for maintenance works for me!
Joint Pain Help
Zyflamend helps with joint pain!
Zyflamend for Inflammation
Zyflamend helped reduce inflammation that started after a foot injury. Prior prescription products including naproxin and others had no effect. Follow the dosage instructions. I found that the inflammation returned after not taking Zyflamend.