Arthritis Week

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This coming week, March 25-31, is Arthritis Awareness Week. 

Arthritis is one of the most widespread conditions in Australia, affecting more than 3.85 million people. 

It’s commonly thought of as one disease, but there are more than 100 different types. Arthritis related conditions refer to pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joints and surrounding cartilage. 

When it comes to relieving arthritis, many sufferers look to natural supplements. Treatment options include pain relief creams, fish oils and glucosamine products. Many people have found varying degrees of success with these; however, it is a case of trial and error, and finding what works best for you. 

One product that many of my customers have had great pain relief with is Rose Hip Vital. I originally started researching Rose Hip Vital due to requests from my customers, having never heard of it. After reading the clinical trials and hearing testimonies from my customers, I now thoroughly recommend it.  

Rose Hip Vital is best used for arthritis pain relief and managing inflammation. It can also reduce joint swelling, making it easier to walk and move around. It contains a patented compound, Galactolipid GOPO, and there are more than 30 scientific trials with evidence to support Rise Hip Vital’s effectiveness. 

While scientific evidence is a great indicator of a product’s credibility, the feedback from my customers really made me take notice. 

One of my customers suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, and when her symptoms are bad, she can barely walk. After taking Rose Hip Vital for a month, she remarked that she can now walk with less pain and her joint swelling has greatly reduced. This has made a huge difference to her life. 

I’ve found Rose-Hip Vital so good that I now offer Australia’s only 100 per cent money back guarantee on the product – that’s how much I believe in it.

For people with painful arthritis inflammation and joint swelling, I recommend they consider Rose Hip Vital. It can be taken alongside medication and any other arthritis supplements, such as fish oil. The dosage does require five capsules, twice a day, and results are typically seen after around three weeks.  

Martin, from Martin’s Chemist in St Marys Village Centre, was recently awarded the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s inaugural NSW Pharmacist of the Year medal. 

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