With vitamins and herbs very well blended with an enzyme blend, I can't say enough about the product that surprisingly appeared with my mail today.
This formula works well for many applications, like pain, inflammation, arthritis, circulation, reducing C-Reactive protein, improving fibrin metabolism, recovery from sports and other injury, and to improve the general healing process.
How trekking-poles help hikers maintain muscle function while reducing soreness
ScienceDaily (2010-06-03) -- A new study shows for the first time how trekking-poles help hikers maintain muscle function while significantly reducing soreness in the days following a hike. ... > read full article
Exclzyme 2AF ranks as one of my favorite and highly recommended products, clients agree. Great after a day of trekking, climbing or other activity. Great with ADVENTURx!
Ingredients are as follows -
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that is needed by the body for tissue growth and repair, adrenal gland function, and for healthy gums, joints, ligaments, artery walls, and skin.*I am sure you will like it and like the results.
VITAMIN B6, also called pyroxidine helps regulate immune function, glucose metabolism, nerve communication and homocysteine levels in the blood. *
CALCIUM is well-known for overall bone support, but is also very important for normal heart, nerve and muscle function as well as proper blood clotting.*
FOLATE is a B-complex, water-soluble vitamin essential for healthy nerve function, red blood cell formation, protein metabolism and works with enzymes in the creation of new DNA.*
VITAMIN B12 is a vital nutrient in the production of myelin, a chemical that insulates nerve cells in the transmission of neuro-electrical impulses. It also has a positive effect on high homocysteine levels that have been associated with cardiovascular disorders.*
SERRAPEPTASE is an enzyme used by silkworms to digest and emerge from their silken cocoons. It has been studied extensively for over 50 years and has been found to be an excellent fibrinolytic (fibrin digesting) enzyme as well as a powerful anti-inflammatory.*
PROTEASES are enzymes that hydrolyze (break-down) proteins like casein, steak, gelatin, soy, fish and other plant and animal proteins to smaller chains of polypeptides (small proteins) and amino acids for easier uptake throughout the body.
BROMELAIN is a collective name for the proteolytic (protein-digesting) enzymes found in the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus) and is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. Because of its activity across a wide pH range, bromelain is a good substitute for pepsin and trypsin for digestive support.*
PAPAIN is a widely used enzyme obtained from the latex of the fruit of the Papaya tree. Papain has been used for centuries as an effective digestive aid.*
AMYLASE is an enzyme that breaks down carbohydrates, or more specifically, starches, into smaller dextrins and sugars. It is produced naturally by humans, microorganisms and plants.
AMINO PEPTIDASE is a protein-digesting enzyme that has higher selectivity than other proteases.
LIPASE catalyzes the break-down of fats into essential fatty acids that are needed for healthy tissues and cells.*
AMLA, or Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) is a natural, efficacious antioxidant and is one of the richest sources of absorbable vitamin C.
RUTIN is a bioflavonoid that strengthens and tones arteries and veins and provides antioxidant support against free-radicals and inflammation.*
GRAPESEED EXTRACT is scientifically proven to be abundant in bioflavonoids, which are known for their tremendous anti-oxidant properties.
BOSWELLIA is a native plant of India and often used in Indian herbal medicine. Boswellia has been used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine as a useful remedy for many inflammatory conditions.*
TURMERIC is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family and has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. Curcumin, its active ingredient, provides antioxidant support, inhibits blood stickiness, and supports overall blood vessel integrity.*
Highly Recommended by Dr. Gayle Eversole