Celadrin cream is an outstanding topical analgesic pain relief product that works by alleviating your aches and pains
Celadrin is a complex carbon-etherified fatty acid (myristic acid, myristoleic, oleic, palmitoleic, palmitic, lauric, decanoic and stearic) specially designed and patented to reduce inflammation and joint pain without side effects.
Research has shown that fatty acids Celadrin etherified inhibit inflammation of endothelial cells and significantly reduce the inflammatory effects of arachidonic acid. It also reduces the production of interleukines 6 (IL-6) and controls other immune factors responsible for inflammation. Finally, this supplement works by restoring the plasticity and elasticity of the cell membranes in the fluids that allow joints to move smoothly. This demonstrated that it reduces pain and improves mobility in a variety of diseases of the joints, muscular and sinewy.
The effectiveness of Celadrin is validated by multiple animal studies and human studies by several double-blind, including:
This supplement enhances the mobility of the 64 patients with knee osteoarthritis (Journal of Rheumatology, 2002, 29:1708-12)
The topical applications improves mobility and quality of life of 40 patients with osteo-arthritis (Journal of Rheumatology, 2004, 31:767-74)
Improvements are especially seen in routine activities such as climbing stairs, hold it standing up from a chair and walking. Topical applications reinforce oral archive providing quick relief treatment that complements the background
Celadrin is an all natural compound that is nontoxic and we propose in the form and dosage used in the studies that demonstrated its effectiveness.
What is the swelling of the joints?
It is the accumulation of fluid in the soft tissues surrounding the joint.
What causes it to happen?
Joint swelling may occur along with joint pain. The swelling may cause the joint to appear larger or abnormally.
Joint swelling can cause pain or stiffness. After an injury, swelling of the joint may mean you have a broken bone or a tear in the muscle tendon or ligament.
Many different types of arthritis can cause swelling, redness or warmth around the joint.
An infection in the joint can cause swelling, pain and fever.