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{VIDEO} Ouch, I Sprained My Ankle! My DRUG-FREE Solution


Robyn Openshaw - Updated: November 19, 2019 - - This Post May Contain Affiliate Links


My Drug-Free Solution to a Sprained Ankle

The evidence is mounting! Ibuprofen increases heart attack risk, among other awful side effects.

 

When I landed funky at tennis practice, running out of bounds for a shot over my left shoulder, my ankle went so far sideways that, even in tennis shoes, the skin of my ankle scraped the ground.

Robyn's sprained ankle

Major inflammation and swelling in my sprained ankle.

It swelled up instantly, and I found myself in tremendous pain. I sat on the ground, trying not to swear, and my team rushed over with ice, a golf cart to get me to the car, and of course, a bottle of ibuprofen.

In this post:

Ibuprofen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), is sold under brand names Advil and Motrin as well as Celebrex, Aleve, Naprosyn, and Torodol. It is taken by more Americans than any other drug. In fact, 70 million prescriptions are written every year for NSAIDs. When we include over-the-counter purchases, it is estimated that more than 30 billion doses of these drugs are consumed every year in the U.S.¹

Would you be interested to know how dangerous these drugs are, and what, from the natural world of medicinal plants, works just as well, with no toxic risks and side effects? You’re in luck. And I’ve also got a great deal for GreenSmoothieGirl readers on my favorite product to help reduce inflammation.

First, let’s take a look at what the latest research reveals regarding the side-effects of NSAIDs.

The Dangers of NSAIDs

I certainly understand that it’s tempting to want to get rid of a headache fast. And ibuprofen is pretty effective at that, for many people. But some people use it almost every day, popping the pills as if they’re candy, using it for the chronic inflammation they suffer from.

Because these drugs have become so prevalent in our society, many believe they must be safe for people to take, or certainly the FDA would do something to curb the excessive intake of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

Unfortunately, ours is a society that is predominantly run by those with deep pockets, and the big pharmaceutical companies have some of the deepest pockets in the nation. In fact, according to a recent article in ProPublica, these “big pharma companies underwrite three-fourths of the FDA’s budget for scientific reviews.”² Very reassuring.

The truth is that drugs are getting pushed through the system even when show significant side effects that far outweigh the health benefits. In other words, the risks are not worth the rewards.

Elevated Heart Attack and Stroke Risk

Here’s what we do know: Back in 2005, some 17 years ago, the FDA warned that taking NSAIDs increased the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. 17 years ago! This was probably due, in part, to Vioxx, an NSAID that caused approximately 140,000 heart attacks in the U.S. alone during a span of five years. In 2004, it was taken off the market.

Then, in 2015, the agency uncharacteristically strengthened the warning against NSAIDs, noting that they elevate blood pressure, thereby increasing the risk for heart attacks and stroke. The FDA warned that this increased risk can occur even with short-term use.³ According to Judy Racoosin, MD and deputy director of a division of FDA, “There is no period of use shown to be without risk.”4

Gastrointestinal Complications

And it is not just heart attacks and stroke that people are at an increased risk for. Every year, more than 100,000 people are hospitalized due to NSAID gastrointestinal complications, and 16,500 people die from these health challenges.5

Graphic of stomach acid from "My Drug-Free Solution to a Sprained Ankle" at Green Smoothie Girl.

NSAIDs can mess up your stomach acid and cause life threatening conditions.

These GI complications are due to NSAID’s ability to lower the acid in our stomach, ultimately leading to bleeding ulcers. Of course, your doctor simply prescribes another medication for this effect—each with its own set of risks and additional side effects.

Underreporting Ibuprofen Side Effects

These statistics only tell a small part of the story. According to former FDA Commissioner David Kessler, “Only about 1 percent of serious events (adverse drug reactions) are reported.”6

That means the real dangers of NSAIDs could be astronomically higher than the already alarming statistics would suggest.

How To Reduce Inflammation Without Ibuprofen

I don’t even own ibuprofen. I haven’t needed it since I found a supplement years ago that is terrifically powerful as an anti-inflammatory. It’s a superfood combination of the four most powerful natural anti-inflammatory ingredients in the plant world, and it’s actually good for you!

A naturopathic doctor told me about this supplement, which contains curcumin (turmeric), boswellia (frankincense), ginger, and black pepper extract. He told me it was the most miraculous supplement he’d ever prescribed his patients.

He gave me a sample, and I was blown away by the results. When I recently sprained my ankle once again while playing tennis, I used this supplement rather than toxic drugs. It’s called Bosmeric-SR.

Bottle of Bosmeric-SR

Bosmeric-SR is fast acting and long lasting, just like a typical NSAID.

I liked it so well, I contacted the company to see if I could get a special discount for my readers (more on that in a minute).

Why Bosmeric-SR Worked For Me

Bosmeric’s anti-inflammatory power comes from its four ingredients. Let’s take a look at each one in order to understand why this combination of herbs is so potent.

Curcumin C3 Complex

Curcumin is the active ingredient found in turmeric, an Indian spice commonly found in curries. It has been used for centuries in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines as an anti-inflammatory agent as well as a treatment for digestive disorders. In recent years, it has become popular in America as a treatment for arthritis. Several studies confirm that is as effective as an NSAID in reducing inflammation.7,8,9

Turmeric root and powder

Turmeric is an Indian spice, that contains Curcumin. These ingredients have been discovered as superfoods, capable of fighting and potentially reversing inflammation and disease.

Curcumin C3 Complex is the “gold standard” of curcumin extract.

Boswellin PS

This potent ingredient is an extract from Boswellia, a tree that grows in the Arabian Peninsula and parts of Africa and India. You’ll be familiar with the resinous dried sap which is otherwise known as frankincense and has been used in religious and cultural ceremonies for centuries.

Boswellia is a potent anti-inflammatory that has been used to treat chronic inflammatory diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, chronic polyarthritis, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s disease. In addition to treating inflammatory conditions, studies show that its medicinal properties include antimicrobial activity. It’s also useful for treating wounds and cancerous diseases.10

It is one of the most valued herbs in Ayurvedic medicine; practitioners use it for illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, bronchitis, asthma, skin and blood diseases, and as a tool to stimulate the liver.11

Boswellin PS is considered the next generation of Boswellia extracts. Boswelllia, in combination with curcumin, was found to be more effective in treating osteoarthritis due to the synergistic effects between the two compounds.12

Bioperine

Bioperine, also known as piperine, is the active ingredient in black pepper, one of the most commonly used spices around the world. In ancient times, physicians used this herb to treat stomach aches. Today, its active ingredient is known for its ability to reduce inflammation, and due to its potent antioxidant properties, it may help prevent the damaging effects of free radicals which have been linked to inflammation, heart disease, cancer, and premature aging.13

It also increases the absorption of the other ingredients in this compound.

Gingerols

This ingredient is the active compound found in ginger, a popular spice used in Asian as well as Indian cuisine. Its medicinal properties have also been put to use for thousands of years.

Photo of gingerol from "My Drug-Free Solution to a Sprained Ankle" at Green Smoothie Girl.

Gingerol has many amazing medicinal properties such as inflammation reduction.

You’re probably familiar with ginger’s ability to help prevent or relieve the effects of nausea and motion sickness, as well as digestive disorders. It has also been used to reduce pain as well as inflammation.

A meta-analysis designed to assess the ability of ginger to treat osteoarthritis revealed a significant reduction in pain as well as disability in those participants that took ginger as compared to the placebo-control groups.14

When these four compounds are combined, they create one of the most comprehensive supplements designed to fight inflammation and pain.

Bosmeric-SR as a Daily Supplement to Reduce Inflammation

I am very picky about supplements because the vast majority are a waste of money—made cheaply, skewing hormone and vitamin/mineral balance, and made mostly of synthetic ingredients the body doesn’t use well.

Bosmeric-SR, on the other hand, is made from patented natural ingredients that are readily utilized and have been shown to work together for better absorption and increased effectiveness.

Inflammation is at the root of all disease, and our cells function optimally when they are not inflamed, so Bosmeric-SR is the most important supplement I’ve ever used. It helps eliminate inflammation and prevents it as well. I take it every day.

You may wonder why I take it daily as opposed to only in those moments when a headache or injury strikes. The reason in this: While you can feel a sprained ankle, and you can feel many inflammatory responses (like arthritis), often there is inflammation in your body that you can’t feel. Many, if not most, of us have serious issues with inflammation, whether we know it or not.

C-Reactive Protein Test

One of the best ways to measure inflammation throughout your body is with a C-reactive protein (CRP) test that measures the level of CRP in your blood. This protein is produced by your liver and sent to your bloodstream in response to inflammation. It is one of the clearest indicators of your disease level and risk. It tends to be high in folks who eat refined sugars, wheat, beer, dairy products, and soda.

You’ll definitely want to get rid of those foods in your diet, as well as alcohol, if you suffer with any inflammatory conditions.

You’ll also see a quick, remarkable decrease in inflammation if, in addition to ridding your diet of the foods listed above, you start drinking green juice or green smoothies, which are alkaline, oxygenating, nutrient-dense, and healing.

Now for the great GSG reader deal I negotiated for you:

BetterWay Health agreed to give us 10% off Bosmeric-SR when you sign up for their coupon, PLUS they’ll also send a free 90-day supply of olive-oil-based Vitamin D3. (This is GREAT because everyone needs D3, and oil-based D is better for absorption). AND they will give you free shipping!

Bosmeric-SR ingredients and supplement facts

Bosmeric-SR contains the all natural ingredients tumeric extract, frankincense, black pepper extract, and ginger extract.

I can’t post the coupon openly, but I do have permission to send it to your email if you ask me. I don’t know how long they’ll let me do this, so you’ll want to grab your secret coupon code now to take advantage of the discount and amazing freebies.

 

I hope you enjoy my favorite, most efficacious supplement for inflammation and that you’ll try it before taking any dangerous, toxic NSAIDs. This is a powerful daily tool to reduce inflammation or when a headache or injury is causing you discomfort.

Read next: If I don’t want DRUGS as a remedy, I use this: The Encylopedia of Medical Breakthroughs & Forbidden Treatments

Photograph of Robyn Openshaw, founder of Green Smoothie GirlRobyn Openshaw, MSW, is the bestselling author of The Green Smoothies Diet12 Steps to Whole Foods, and 2017’s #1 Amazon Bestseller and USA Today Bestseller, Vibe. Learn more about how to make the journey painless, from the nutrient-scarce Standard American Diet, to a whole-foods diet, in her free video masterclass 12 Steps to Whole Foods.

 

 

My Drug-Free Solution to a Sprained Ankle

Resources

  1. Wiegand, Timothy MD. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Toxicity. Medscape. 12/2017. https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/816117-overview
  2. Chen, Caroline. FDA Repays Industry by Rushing Risky Drugs to Market. 06/2018. https://www.propublica.org/article/fda-repays-industry-by-rushing-risky-drugs-to-market
  3. Curfman, Gregory MD. FDA Strengthens Warning that NSAIDs Increase Heart Attack and Stroke Risk. Harvard Health. 08/2017. https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/fda-strengthens-warning-that-nsaids-increase-heart-attack-and-stroke-risk-201507138138
  4. FDA Strengthens Warning of Heart Attack and Stroke Risk for Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/fda-strengthens-warning-heart-attack-and-stroke-risk-non-steroidal-anti-inflammatory-drugs
  5. Fine, Michael MD. Quantifying the Impact of NSAID-Associated Adverse Events. AJMC. 11/2013. https://www.ajmc.com/journals/supplement/2013/a467_nov13_nsaid/a467_nov13_fine_s267
  6. Goldman, GS et al. Relative trends in hospitalizations and mortality among infants by the number of vaccine doses and age, based on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. Human & Experimental Toxicology. 10/2012. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3547435/
  7. Maroon, Joseph C. et al. Natural anti-inflammatory agents for pain relief. Surgical Neurology International. 12/2010. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3011108/
  8. Gupta, Subash C. et al. Therapeutic roles of Curcumin: Lessons Learned from Clinical Trials. The AAPS Journal. 11/2012. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3535097/
  9. Chandran, Binu et al. A Randomized, Pilot Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Curcumin in Patients with Active Rheumatoid Arthritis. Phytotherapy Research. 03/2012. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ptr.4639
  10. Siddique, M.Z. boswellia Serrata, A Potential Antiinflammatory Agent: An Overview. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 05/2011. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3309643/
  11. Indian Frankincense. Kooperation Phytopharmaka. https://www.koop-phyto.org/en/medicinal-plants/indian-frankincense.php
  12. Haroyan, Armine et al. Efficacy and safety of curcumin and its combination with boswellic acid in osteoarthritis: a comparative, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. BMC Complementary & Alternative Medicine. 01/2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5761198/
  13. Srinivasan, K. Antioxidant potential of spices and their active constituents. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. 03/2014. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24188307
  14. Bartels, E.M. et al. Efficacy and safety of ginger in osteoarthritis patients: a meta-analysis of randomized placebo-controlled trials. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 01/2015. https://www.oarsijournal.com/article/S1063-4584(14)01276-X/fulltext

 

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830 thoughts on “{VIDEO} Ouch, I Sprained My Ankle! My DRUG-FREE Solution”

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  1. Janet Cooper says:

    Janet Cooper
    Katy, TX
    I get headaches every day, in part due to my MS. This would be amazing if I were able to switch over from Motrin!

    1. Nancy Gable says:

      Ginger is supposed to be very good for migraines.

    2. Beth smith says:

      Beth Smith
      Frederick, Maryland

  2. Joan Null says:

    Joan Null
    Columbia City, IN

    thank you!

  3. Lisa Barrett says:

    Would love to implement a nutritional supplement that can provide such great resource for bioavailabilty in fighting inflammation

  4. Mindi Williamson says:

    Allenwood, PA

  5. Donna Mae Taylor says:

    I love turmeric it is the reason I am walking, so I am looking forward to trying this product.
    Donna
    Santa Monica

  6. Angela says:

    Angie Bates
    Lyons, KS

    would love to try something natural!

  7. Amy Main says:

    Des Moines, Iowa
    Your timing is perfect! My daughter has recently begun running cross-country, which often leaves her ankles tender/ swollen. I am glad to know of an option to treat the inflammation internally (not a fan of ibuprofen). Thank you for all you do to inform & educate!

  8. Carol says:

    This looks great. I am trying to go more natural.
    Clarkfield, MN

  9. Daphne Lawson says:

    Daphne Lawson
    Stansbury Park, UT

    Looking for an alternative for my sister that was in an accident. She pops ibuprofen like candy…daily. Would be nice to present her with something natural and less toxic.

  10. Wendy says:

    I fell 3 years ago and still have pain in my back. All the doctors tell me to do is take NSAIDS.

    1. Wendy says:

      Greensboro, NC

  11. Debbie Carrozza says:

    This would be great if it works.

  12. Darla says:

    I would love to try this!
    Darla
    Avon Park, FL

  13. Ann Hunter says:

    I would love to benefit from this. So I will try it. Thank you

  14. Mary Beth says:

    I haven’t used ibuprofen for a long time, but I used enough in the past that I sometimes wonder if I’m still suffering the consequences. My husband has a great deal of joint pain. He’s often tempted to use ibuprofen, but I usually manage to talk him out of it. We are interested in all the natural pain relief we can get.

  15. Deb Stierl says:

    This would be a great help for my back and hip pain!

  16. Ann Hunter says:

    Ann Hunter
    Centreville , Maryland

  17. KAREN DYER says:

    i TAKE TUMERIC FOR MY ARTHRITIS. AND WHEN I DO NEED SOMETHING FOR A HEAD ACHE – i HAVE TO TAKE TYLENOL BECAUSE OF AN EARLIER KIDNEY FAILURE. SO THANK YOU FOR ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE.

  18. Amber Haynes says:

    My hometown is Los Angeles but I just moved to beautiful Oregon. I’ve been taking turmeric formulas for years for chronic pain and inflammation, I would love to try this. My husband and I both have arthritis (at our young ages) and I’m into going the natural route.

  19. Amy says:

    I am ordering a bottle to keep on hand! Thanks for giving me another tool to use for my family!
    Amy
    Ashville, NY

  20. DonnaLee says:

    My husband had a bleeding ulcer caused by Ibuprofen. We would love something natural to combat pain and inflammation.
    New Berlin, WI

    1. Betsy says:

      Donna Lee, check on line the possible side effects of turmeric. I just read there yesterday that it too can cause bleeding.

  21. deb myers says:

    I’ve stopped using any of the NSAIDs (got an ulcer from prescription use due to Fibromyalgia!) but haven’t found a really great replacement yet. I can’t wait to try this!!

  22. Anna Luna says:

    I am so glad to see this today. My husband and I occasionally suffer from sinus headaches, and if our 3 year old gets a fever my husband is quick to give her Ibuprofen (as in this morning).
    I have never really known of any other solution. I’m eager to try this.
    Anna Luna
    Dallas, TX

  23. Fred says:

    I will try it

  24. Stacy Arquillo says:

    Greensburg, Pa.

  25. Brenda Hongell says:

    Hagerstown, MD

  26. Melanie Harper says:

    I can’t wait to try it!!

  27. Diana Clark says:

    My daughter had a spinal fusion surgery and is in pain everyday with head, neck, jaw and shoulder pain. This product looks to be the answer to her pain prayers!

  28. Carolyn Schelski says:

    Would love to try. I use Aleve almost everyday for pain and swelling in my leg. I have recently started juicing. I love the juicing. It is so fresh tasting. Katy, TX

  29. Valerie says:

    I am very interested in your product. I don’t like taking OTC medications, a few years ago , I ended up with bleeding ulcers from taking to much ibuprofen, so now I am very cautious about taking it ever again. I do when I really need it but, not often.
    I would LOVE to try your product, it sounds amazing !!!

  30. Sharon says:

    Would love to try this. I use Tumeric in my smoothies. Thank you for the information would love a natural alternative to ibuprofen.
    Sharon
    Panama City, FL

  31. Zachary Carter says:

    Been using turmeric for years. Wonderful product. After a car accident I was severely injured with a broken neck. Doctors operated but I still had severe pain. Their solution was prescribe pain pills. Those were having serious effects on my body. I needed a solution. This was one that worked for me. Greatly helped the inflammation and pain. Surely glad I found this.

  32. Connie Diebold says:

    This sounds like a great product….I have read several articles about Tumeric and Black Pepper Extract…..I have your 12 step program and your books….love all this fun healthy living stuff!!!!!
    My husband had bypass surgery 2 years ago ….wouldnt listen when i told him he ate too much sugar…..but now my husband is off all refined sugar (soda and all kinds of goodies he bought for himself…ding dongs, cookies etc)because he was diagnosed with the beginning of type 2 diabetes…no medication ….just a diet change…..he has lost 16 lbs in 2 months and loves fruit now ….he has cut his blood pressure meds in half. he is 5’8′ was 219 now 203….still cant quite get him to drink smoothies but he is eating alot more veggies. we go to the gym 3 times a week now….married 53 years …still having fun….

  33. CWoltz says:

    Yes, for my knees! 🙂

  34. Cynthia Burnett says:

    Great info!! Cindy Yukon, OK

  35. C. Landis says:

    Would love to give it a try !
    Chris Landis
    Phoenix, AZ

  36. Jaime Wirth says:

    Jaime Wirth
    Sardinia, OH

  37. Christine says:

    Christine Wories
    Dyer, IN

    I would love to have an alternative pain reliever for my family. My Dad passed away from CHF, so anything to help the health of my heart and not hinder it, would be amazing. Thank you!

  38. Irina says:

    My husband pops ibuprofen like candy…daily. Would be great to switch to something natural and non toxic.

    Castro Valley, CA

    1. Betsy says:

      Irina, Google side effects of turmeric. “Popped regularly”, 200 mgs, I believe, it too can cause bleeding. But you should check it out yourself. I wonder whether Robyn has run across this info. Perhaps she could enlighten us even better.

  39. Angela McMillan says:

    Epping, ND

  40. Holli says:

    Would love to try this, especially for when a family member has a headache.

  41. Kelly says:

    Would love to try this!
    Kelly
    Edmond, OK

  42. Jill says:

    Jill Vanderkin
    Flagstaff, AZ

  43. Anna says:

    Anna Storrs
    Orem, Utah

    My husband uses Ibuprofen routinely and I’ve known that it’s has side effects. It would awesome if I could present him with something natural that’s effective and healthy for him. I avoid painkillers for the most part, but I would feel comfortable taking this. Plus I love turmeric for making curry so I’m already converted 🙂

    Thanks for the great info!

  44. Cheryl Wade says:

    Sounds amazing – thank you!!!

  45. Kathie Raap says:

    Kathie, Wisconsin rapids, Wisconsin
    This product sounds awesome. thanks,

  46. Deb says:

    Guilty of turning to Advil often, would love to try a different option.

    Deb
    Ottawa, ON, Canada

  47. Jennifer says:

    Jennifer Morris
    Tucson, AZ

    This would be awesome.

  48. Camille says:

    My husband struggles with plantar fasciitis and takes ibuprofen regularly. I would love for him to try something with less risk.
    Camille, Ogden, Utah

  49. Kaye Ann says:

    Finding that the med cabinet is a dangerous place to go!!! Thanks for the info.

    Terre Haute, IN

  50. Gira says:

    Gira Bhakta
    Austin, TX

    My husband and I take too much ibuprofen. I would love to try a natural alternative!

  51. Kristin says:

    I am trying to stop all use of Ibuprofen…this sounds amazing!

  52. Kari says:

    Kari Johnson
    Slc Utah

  53. Leslie Behunin says:

    Leslie Behunin – Maple Valley, WA

  54. Jean Paul says:

    I am allergic to Ibuprofen and looking for an alternative anti-inflammatory.

  55. Kate Rouzer says:

    Kate st. Louis

  56. Gretchen says:

    NSAID’s also destroy cartilage, making surgery inevitable. Thanks for this alternative.

  57. Julie Robertson says:

    Julie Robertson
    Kearns, UT

  58. Kathy says:

    I just went through a cancer diagnosis, had surgery & radiation (No Chemo). I am changing so many things in my life now to remain cancer free!!! Thanks for this info, I would love to try it instead of Ibuprofen, which is always recommended by the doctor. I love your blog & the info you share!!! Thanks again!!!

  59. Lori says:

    Lori Farley
    Spanaway, Washington

  60. DeLena Cook says:

    I NEED THIS!!!! Sorry about your ankle! Heal quickly! God bless you!

    1. DeLena Cook says:

      Forgot my hometown: Acworth, GA

  61. Mary Ann Miller says:

    Would love to have a supplement that helps my migraine.

  62. DANA says:

    Great information!
    Ammon, ID

  63. Annette Chastain says:

    Hi, Robin,

    This sounds amazing!! My husband is a disabled Vet that uses Tylenol and Motrin for his pain. This seems to be be a far better option than what he has been taking. Thanks for letting us in on this great alternative.- Annette

  64. Sarah Orr says:

    I’m guilty of taking too much ibuprofen and aspirin and have been looking for something natural. This looks fantastic!

    Sarah Orr
    Garrison, MN

  65. Karyn Erickson says:

    Karyn Erickson
    Sacramento, CA

  66. Colleen says:

    I use turmeric everyday for my muscle pain and it works great. This has a lot of extra good stuff in it but I notice another ingredient- propylene glycol. What is your take on that chemical? I googled it and I’m not sure if I want to ingest it. Correct me if I’m wrong!

  67. Kathy says:

    I loved this article! I have a good friend who uses lots of ibuprofen and I’m excited to share this with him. Thanks so much for the healthy recommendation!

    Kathy
    South Jordan, Ut

  68. Carey Blaney says:

    Atlanta, GA

  69. Jennifer D. says:

    I am guilty of taking Ibuprofen every day. I am training for a half marathon & I’m over 40, so my body doesn’t take the stress as well as it use to. I would absolutely LOVE a healthy alternative! 🙂

  70. Norah says:

    Love that your well informed research confirms what my Mayo doctor tells me. Thanks!

  71. Anita M says:

    Anita McGee
    Blairsville GA

  72. Rebecca says:

    Rebecca Kehley
    Bath, PA

  73. Karen Tirio says:

    Hi Robyn,
    I’m from WOODSTOCK, ILLINOIS

    I never heard of this! My husband uses ibuprofen a lot for his back and I sometimes for knees, headache etc. Would love to be entered in to try this new thing YOU found that works!

    Karen

  74. Peggy Eddleman says:

    Peggy Eddleman
    Pleasant Grove, UT

    Thank you so much for this info! We use ibuprofen a lot– so good to know.

  75. Dawn says:

    Hi Robin,
    I already take curcumin faithfully to deal with ongoing pain and inflammation. I love it! Always interested in new effective herbal supplements.
    Thank you.
    Kindly,
    Dawn

  76. Kathy says:

    I suffer with chronic fatigue syndrome and hashimotos. I don’t like taking ibuprofen if I don’t have to. Im trying to heal myself. This would be helpful to get off of ibuprofen. I’m from Clearfield , Utah.

  77. Betsy says:

    Robyn
    I’ve heard the benefits of all 4 ingredients before. Last night I checked on line re risks of taking excessive amounts of turmeric because I started popping it for a pain in my toe. . Bleeding is one of the risks. I’ve been taking a formula with black pepper. Haven’t taken the boswelia or ginger with it. I would appreciate it if you would post the potential side effects of this combo drug for all of us to read. If by some miracle one of the components cancelled out the potential side effects of another, that would be wonderful to know. But in the interest of full transparency, you owe it to us your loyal fan base to educate us about potential adverse reactions as well as benefits. Thanks in advance. I look forward to your reply.

  78. Sandra says:

    Knoxville TN. I’m hoping this will help my 87 year old mom with her knee pain. Is it okay to use by the elderly?

  79. Kristine Torrance says:

    I have been suffering from left side hip pain. In fact, I went to get a 2nd opinion from a orthopedic last friday and I am trying to avoid becoming a candidate for hip replacement, I am going on 48. I am I have been treating it with homeopathic methods (tumeric, etc) and would love to try this product out!

  80. Shelly McClure says:

    I’m so glad to receive this information because I’ve been taking 2-6 ibuprofen daily for many years for fibromyalgia inflammation and different physicians have different opinions about it’s long term affects. One physician said that I’ve exceeded my “lifetime maximum”and have probably affected my kidneys, but then at a more recent doctor visit I was told there’s no such thing and that I’m fine to continue taking it as I do. All I’ve been wanting is a non-medication, equally-affective alternative that I can afford. I’ll be looking into this. Thanks much!

  81. Pam says:

    Most people want. Quick fix for pain and don’t realize what they are consuming. This supplement is definitely a safer option.

  82. Dana Hykes says:

    Dana Hykes
    Charlotte, NC

  83. Carol says:

    I would love to try out this new product. I take ibuprofen daily. My name is Carol Tate and I’m from Sacramento California.

  84. Melanie says:

    Does this also help with the pain relieving aspect as well? Such as when you have a headache? If not, what do you recommend instead of ibuprofen?
    Also, is this supplement ok to take while nursing and pregnant? (Swelling during pregnancy would be great to avoid or get rid of with this if it worked and was safe, but that is often water retention, right, so would it help?)
    Thanks so much for the good information!
    Melanie
    Murray, Utah

    1. Melanie says:

      Melanie Schmidt

  85. Michele Taylor says:

    Michele Taylor
    Eagle, Idaho

  86. Connie says:

    This sounds amazing! I hope your ankle feels better soon!

  87. Alena Garcia says:

    This is something I’ve been looking for. I’ll definitely try it. Thank you so much Robyn for everything you do.
    Alena Garcia.
    Colorado Springs, CO.

  88. Judy Ngyn says:

    Half of my shift for work requires a lot of driving & with working in LA, the stress of traffic can sometimes give me sudden headaches. I recently purchased a humidifier for my EO in the car that works wonders, however I would love a back up Natural remedy as well & wanted to give this a try!

    Judy Ngyn
    Fountain Valley, Ca

  89. Aimee Ransom says:

    I need to try this – right now I take ibuprofen for headaches and joint pain. Time to change!!

    Aimee R. Hoschton, GA

  90. Olga says:

    Olga
    WAYNE , NJ
    I wish that I win this amazing product

  91. Patty Lepore says:

    I’m all about natural remedies instead of pills, it seems like their are more side effects, then benefits. Patty Lepore Loudon N.H.

  92. Rebecca says:

    I appreciate how you research products and then share!

  93. Deborah Swinson says:

    Deborah
    Spokane Valley, WA

    I have been using white willow bark for pain relief but this sounds like it will work even better. I’d love to give it a try.

  94. Sabrina Lytle says:

    Sparks, NV

    Thanks for this blog post! Needed it today.

  95. Lisa K says:

    I’ve had great success at reducing inflammation with turmeric…fresh and powdered. The ingredients in this supplement pack a punch at reducing swelling. I look forward to trying it. Thanks.

    1. Lisa K, Latrobe PA says:

      Updating with my town.

  96. Amy says:

    Would love to win some to help my mom with her arthritis 🙂

  97. Rebecca says:

    Rebecca Sorrells Charlotte, NC

  98. Judy says:

    Everyone has some type of occasional or chronic inflammation and it’s great to be able to get an all natural, clean solution to the problem.
    Thanks!

  99. Bonnie Brown, TX says:

    Wonderful news! I’ve been having to take a lot of ibuprofen and acetaminophen lately due to intense headaches. Thanks, Robin!

  100. Sandee says:

    Thanks for giving safer better options for pain & inflammation!

  101. Becky Nielsen says:

    Sounds amazing! Worth a try. Orem,UT

  102. Noatia says:

    Noatia Saena
    Anchorage, AK

    I’ve been having headaches lately, I ended up taking ibuprofen 🙁
    Thank you for this post and wonderful information!

  103. Amanda Tiberghien says:

    I have followed you for awhile and would love to try something natural you support. 😀 I am from California, MO and have been battling with a ton of tests all of which say I am normal yet have aches and pains, that are not normal. Thank you for all you do.

  104. Linda Bostwick says:

    Perfect timing, my sister is suffering from two falls and using over the counter drugs to deal with pain. I’m in Kailua Kona HI helping her to recover and looking for better solutions to support her healing. Thanks for sharing this product.

    1. Linda Bostwick says:

      Update Encinitas CA currently residing in Kailua-Kona HI

  105. Daria says:

    Daria Ho
    Fairfax, VA

    Thank you!

  106. Victoria Langsdale says:

    I can not take Ibuprofen and with all the hype on acetaminophen poisoning I would love to find something natural that works … Thank-you

  107. Cathy says:

    This sounds like a wonderful alternative to other asprin/Ibuprophen varieties. We need more products that don’t cause bodily harm to us while trying to help ease a pain or injury.
    Thank you

    1. I use Magnesium spray called EASE for my pain go’s directly into your body where it is need. I have order it 6 time all ready and won’t go a day with out it. I have Fibromyagia and other muscle and spinal problems and this has been a God seen believe me. and at 29.00 you can’t go wrong check it out on line. You won’t be sorry .

  108. M says:

    I would love to try this!

  109. Melissa says:

    Melissa Hoyal
    Fontana, CA
    Thanks!!

  110. Jennie Ryman says:

    Jennie Ryman
    Hurricane, Utah

    I have been taking ibuprofen for years and I don’t want to anymore! I’m trying to heal my body through eating healthy.

  111. PJ says:

    hope I win, I have a turmeric supplement that doesn’t include ginger! Can’t wait to get it.

  112. Shannon Steffler says:

    This is amazing! I want to get it for my mechanic husband who is often sore and when it’s bad enough he reaches for motrin!

  113. Kristy Pippins says:

    Kristy Pippins
    El Reno, OK 73036

    Thank you so much for the opportunity! Sounds exactly what I need with all my arthritis!!

  114. Liz -Edmonds, Washington says:

    I rarely take Ibuprofen, but I recently strained my back and have been taking 400mg or more per day. Since this warning came out I have been nervous about using it. I would love to try rhe Bosmeric-SR!!

  115. Meghann Austin says:

    Meghann Austin
    Burlington wi

  116. Autumn says:

    Always thought there should be something to work with inflammation besides some essential oils…this is great! I will try and get my dad and mom on this…arthritis, overall pain…heart issues… plus I wake up achy all over every morning and I am only just turning 30. Do you think this supplement might help with those morning aches too?
    Autumn Jacobsen
    Kanab, Utah

  117. englishml says:

    I’m thrilled you shared this resource, Robyn. I take turmeric (with black pepper – glad to see it’s in this supp too to increase absorption) for chronic shoulder pain. Doctor keeps wanting to prescribe NSAIDs but I won’t take them. But the turmeric alone is not that effective for me – glad to see this has Boswellia also.

    Mary Louise English
    Daytona Beach, FL

  118. Lana Garraard says:

    Will try this for stiffness in back and knees and as a preventative of other things.
    If taking daily, and still get a headache, would you just take more? Or, does that just not happen?
    Thanks for sharing this info and coupon.
    Lana Garrard
    Provo, UT

  119. Rebecca says:

    What I’ve been looking for.
    Honolulu, Hawaii

  120. Michele says:

    Michele Monroe
    Northridge, CA

    I take Aleve daily for arthritis and my daughter takes Celebrex daily for lupus and fibromyalgia. I’ve heard a lot about turmeric as an alternative and look forward to trying this product!

  121. Marie says:

    This sounds great! Thanks!!

    1. Marie says:

      Oops! 🙂

      Marie
      Roy, Utah

  122. Michele says:

    I cannot take NSAIDs, so having access to a natural anti-inflammatory has huge appeal for me!

  123. Miana holmes says:

    Miana – Tulsa,OK

  124. Julie Jones says:

    I’m a believer! Julie, Goddard, KS

  125. Michele Fremont, Ca says:

    I don’t own ibuprofen either…and will never buy it!!

  126. peggy federici says:

    I’m using turmeric to help alleviate the knee pain which is bone on bone. I would be interested in this product to see if the added ingredients make the product more powerful to deal with the pain.

  127. Julie Neilson says:

    Julie
    Lehi Utah
    Please email me, don’t use Facebook

  128. Sharon Rill says:

    I’d be so excited to try this for migraines!! I’ve gone gluten-free and eat a clean diet, but somehow, I can’t shake the headaches consistently.

    Thank you!
    Sharon
    Codorus, PA

    1. Nancy Gable says:

      Ginger is supposed to be very good for migraines.

  129. Lisa Appleton, WI says:

    I can’t wait to see if this helps!!

  130. dadietz says:

    I’m so glad to have found you!

    Deb Dietz
    Bentonville, AR

  131. Nancy Loyd says:

    Nancy Loyd Midland, Texas

  132. Matthew Steward says:

    I am intrigued as I have found only Ibuprofen effectively removes pain and inflammation over other NSAID products. I am all about whole, natural, non-toxic supplements for me and my family as we are very active and injury/pain is inevitable.

    Matthew Steward
    Broken Arrow, OK

  133. Suzanne says:

    I am unable to take NSAIDS because of a kidney issue. My only recourse has been Tylenol witch does nothing or narcotics. I’ve been hearing a lot about turmeric lately. Looking forward to getting relief without narcotics11

  134. Lisa says:

    I recently underwent surgery for breast cancer. Thank the lord the surgery went well and they got it all! For the last year, I’ve been on a quest to eat better, lose some weight and exercise more.I’m now changing everything about what I eat and live my life! I’ve been reading all of your info and will be following you as I embark on my new healthier journey!

  135. Nancy Gable says:

    Nancy Gable
    Mt. Carroll, IL

  136. this would be great if it works, ive tried turmeric but I didn’t see a difference.

  137. Holly Carlson says:

    Holly Carlson
    Broken Arrow, OK

  138. Bobbi Haskins says:

    I have hyperthyroid Graves with double vision and I fell down the stairs, hurt my thumb, hand, arm and knee. Sure wish I had Sanjevani, I took all the standard pills.

  139. Ellen says:

    Love this! Thank you! I can’t wait to try it!

    Ellen
    Laingsburg, MI

  140. Cheryl Duran says:

    I would love to have my daughter try this for her joint pain from autoimmune diseases.

  141. India says:

    Would love try something natural and chemical free if it actually works! Thanks for the entry!

  142. Jeanine Coleman says:

    Hope to be able to try this. Thanks.
    Jeanine
    Cooper City, FL

  143. Vanetta says:

    I am hyper-sensitive to anti – inflammatory med’s, and don’t like any of the possible side-effects. This would be wonderful to have on hand for times when it’s sorely needed.

  144. Carol Nelson says:

    This sounds great. You don’t have to do the mixing yourself.

  145. Rebecca says:

    Rebecca Greaves
    Salem Oregon

  146. Jeena says:

    I just got diagnosed with arthritis and I would really love to use this. Thanks for the chance!

  147. Jenny Hawke says:

    Jenny H.
    Riverton, UT
    As an RN, I see lots of use of NSAIDs and I’ve wondered if there’s a better way! I’d love to try it out!

  148. Sandee says:

    Three Rivers, Michigan

    Exciting pain management!!

  149. Michelle says:

    Love this all natural anti inflammatory remedy! It sounds so much better and safer then the Advil I take. Would love to try it out!

  150. Vanessa says:

    Vanessa Lloyd
    From Channahon, Il

    I’ve heard great things from turmeric!

  151. Debbie says:

    Would love to try it!

  152. Donna says:

    I’d definitely add this product to our ‘toolbox’ of effective supplements. Thank you.

    Donna Flaherty
    Somersworth, NH

  153. Vicki Schonborg says:

    Would love to try this for my osteoarthritis.

  154. Kelsey Wheaton says:

    My husband just hurt his back and has been taking ibuprofen then I opened this email! Would love something more natural.

  155. Abbie says:

    This prodcut sounds wonderful! Due to retinal issues an eye doctor told me to never use aspirin or NSAIDs as it causes bledding the the back of the eye, the reinas.. Recntly I had such a bad headache I simply couldn’t take the pain anymore so I took some Advil and got reli\ef but I was worried about my eyes. I am very happy to hear of this Bromeric.

    Abbie
    Taos, NM

  156. Patricia says:

    I have been looking for a quality brand of tumeric.

  157. Ruthann Proch says:

    Excited to try these new products.

  158. Vicki says:

    I am so excited to hear about this supplement. I have been taking Turmeric for inflamation, but to add the other ingredients sounds like a home run! I’m excited to get my coupon and give it a try!! Yay, for natural help and alternative solutions!

    Caldwell, ID

  159. Angel Park says:

    So are the effects as fast as ibuprofen? Or is it just something that gradually works as you take it daily.

    Angel

    Ogden, Utah

  160. Jane B. says:

    thanks for the info!

    Athens, GA

  161. Erin says:

    Oh I would love to win this! I have tried tumeric supplements before with no results. Looking for something that works… and that will work for my hubby – who just wants to pop the pain killer.

  162. ValaRee Reese says:

    Thanks for sharing your wisdom with the masses – one post at a time!!

    ValaRee
    Hyde Park, UT

  163. Jan Sutter says:

    Would really like to try it.

  164. Jeanne F says:

    With back, neck and knee issues this would be a great thing for me as I refuse to use over the counter medications.
    Jeanne F
    Murphy, NC

  165. Deanna says:

    I have inflammatory bowel disease and was taking an anti inflammatory for the colon…. Asacol…. I took it for 5 years and developed a severe allergy to it. I have heard about Tumeric and have wanted to try it to see if it would help. I eat very healthy but every once in awhile I have a flare up from eating something not so healthy. I would love to be able to try this.

  166. Kathy White says:

    Gassville AR.

  167. Sabra Parks says:

    Can’t remember when I last took NSAIDS or any OTC pain reliever. Thankfully don’t need them often and always take daily Tumeric supplement.

  168. This looks interesting! I already use and love turmeric and ginger. I have not used frankincense before and am intrigued! Traveling it is more challenging for me to cook using turmeric and ginger so a supplement would be ideal. Thank you for the article.

    Bainbridge Island, WA

  169. Virginia Edwards says:

    Hi…I am having inflammation on my right hip and it hurts just to lay down, let alone walk around sometimes. I was in big alligator tears driving around yesterday wishing I had my “mama” at the age of 64…lol. So I did break down and took two of these prescription Ibuprofen pills and had great nights sleep. I would really like to try your stuff. I do take 2 2x a day of turmeric, but it does not work for me. Perhaps yours would.
    Thank you!

  170. Lynn Speakman says:

    Lynn Speakman, Bishop, CA

  171. Liz says:

    Liz Keller
    South Milwaukee, WI

    Thanks for this great post! Love to have a natural option for inflammation, curious if you think this may safe for kids 70lb and greater?

  172. Heather says:

    Heather G.
    Ammon, Idaho

  173. Nancy K says:

    Can not go a day without Ibuprofen due to severe arthritis in both knees. I would gladly switch to a natural alternative since I already have elevated levels of C-reactive protein.

  174. I do have inflammation and swelling from a recent surgery so I’m hoping this will work

  175. Jen Davis says:

    Does this work as well with the combination of these four things, in oil form?

    1. Jen Davis says:

      Enoch,UT

  176. Veronica Morris says:

    I have a small turmeric plant that I am growing so i can have fresh turmeric as needed.

    Veronica Morris
    Charlotte NC

  177. Mary S says:

    Would love to try this!

    Salt Lake City, Utah

  178. Kai says:

    Thanks for this info, I was wondering if those 4 ingredients in essential oil form would work as a rub for topical use as I dislike any drugs/pills.

  179. Stephanie says:

    Is this good for 13 year old boys? Thank-you, Stephanie from Cocoa Beach, FL.

    May all have a blessed day!

  180. Shannon says:

    Lehi, Utah – I learn something new everytime I read your blog. Thanks!

  181. Martha says:

    I would love to get this for my husband who quite often takes ibuprofen

  182. Dani Whisel says:

    Dani Whisel
    Warrensburg, MO

    Thanks for sharing great products with us and getting us a deal with it.

  183. Greg says:

    This sounds great. It appears to be the natural alternative to Tylenol I’ve been looking for. I’ll use it for my ears that seem to have lots of fluid all the time and whenever I would otherwise use Tylenol, which is not very often. Go ahead and send me a bottle in Salt Lake City.

  184. Becky Belka says:

    My son often takes ibuprofen for pain while playing soccer. I know it’s bad! I would love to find a natural product that works!!

    Becky Belka
    Wellsville, UT

  185. Eva says:

    Eva Montalvo in Delray Beach, FL. I love using natural alternatives to OTC meds like essential oils, ACV, and such. Would love to try this out and share the information with my yoga students!

  186. Nancy says:

    Will give this a try.

    Nancy
    Napa CA

  187. Cindy says:

    What an amazing supplement!!! Can’t wait to try it! I’m a nurse but am now working on my PhD in alternative medicine. Much smarter and healthier route!

  188. Charlotte says:

    Ouch is right! Sorry that happened to you.

    I’m very excited to learn about this supplement, because I’ve often been stumped as to what to use for an accident such as yours. I’m thrilled to learn there are alternatives to ibuprofen, so thanks!

    Charlotte
    Riverton, UT

  189. Amy Villareal says:

    Clifton, VA

    I’m excited to try this. I have allergies to ibuprofen and have been looking for a better and more natural solution.

  190. Judy Corbett says:

    San Ramon, CA

  191. Dedra Scott says:

    Would love to try this. I have fibromyalgia and fight aches and pains constantly.

  192. Emily Wilcock says:

    Washington, ut

  193. Arlyn Lyle says:

    Saratoga Springs, UT

  194. sydney says:

    Look forward to trying this. Tension headaches are my bane.

  195. Erin Harper says:

    I would love to try. Is is safe for kids to take if when they get aches and pains?

  196. Connie Waller says:

    Would love to give it a try….I have frequent migraine headaches that I now treat with Tylenol & Alieve

  197. Patti LeDuff says:

    I would love to try this also for my daughter who takes Motrin or Tylenol every month for cramps.

  198. Gwen says:

    Thanks for the great information. I’m going to try it! 🙂

  199. I wish I would have known about this product back in June 2008, as I rolled my left ankle and it looked a lot like your injured ankle. It would have helped me immensely with healing and pain.
    Thank you, Robyn, for sharing all this information.

  200. Kristen says:

    Pleasant Grove, UT
    Glad to know about another healthy option! Thank you Robyn.

    (I do not have a FB account, if I win, please let me know via email. Thanks.)

  201. Bernadette says:

    This will be great to try!
    Talofofo, Guam, USA

  202. P says:

    Hi Robyn,
    Been following your information for years. Hope your ankle is doing much better. If I already add tumeric, ginger, coconut oil and honey to my daily morning coffee, will also taking this supplement containing some of the same ingredients be too much? Look forward to your thoughts. Thank you and keep up the good work. P :))

  203. Rebecca Leach says:

    Having fibromyalgia and alot of hip/back pain, I use a number of things to help with inflammation after swearing off Advil years ago. I use a liquid curcumin now but am excited to try this supplement with additional ingredients all in one supplement. Thanks for the information.

  204. Krystal Luster says:

    Hi Robin, I take Ibuprofen for migraines and would love a healthier option. Is the supplement safe for kids?

    Would love a FREE bottle in Beaverton, OR 🙂

    Thanks,
    -Krystal Luster

  205. valerie says:

    Tracy, CA

    Thank You!!!

  206. Amy W Mesa, AZ says:

    This sounds like something right up my alley for my daughter. She was hit by a car about a month and a half ago while she was riding her bike home from a friends house while wearing a unicorn onesie. (another story for another time) But she has had neck and back pain and headaches since. She is doing physical therapy but I feel bad that there is nothing that we can do about the headaches. This might be something that can give her the relief that she needs without having to give her ibuprofen that I do not want to give to her.

  207. Holly F. says:

    My daughters both take Naproxen every month. I would love to switch them over to something healthier. Holly Fronk, Nibley, Utah

  208. Karen says:

    I would love to try a healthy alternative to pain/inflation relief!

    Karen
    Providence, UT

  209. Melissa Fort Collins says:

    Thanks for the info! Would love use something natural for pain.

  210. Rachel Hardcastle says:

    South Jordan, Utah

  211. Leigh says:

    Leigh
    Nashville, NC

  212. Martin Rosenfeld Sacramento, Ca says:

    sounds like a great supplement

  213. Laura Bowman says:

    My husband lives for his ibuprofen for his back aches. I would love to have something to give him that is healthier and works better to solve the inflammation issue. Thanks for the coupon!

    Laura
    Hudson, WI

  214. Mary Remer says:

    I would love this. My ankle is swollen and I’m not sure why. Started when I started a second job and I’m on my feet the whole time!

    Mary
    Harvest Al

  215. Susan Waltz says:

    Since I have had to deal with ‘chronic’ pain issues resulting from car accident and accompanying surgeries, I am learning that there really isn’t anything the doctor can prescribe for me that I may or may not have an adverse reaction to that is going to help me or many others I know suffering from ‘chronic’ pain.
    I have done some radical things to help my body heal that goes against mainstream medicine and am always looking for better ways to improve. I’m thankful for GSS who is pioneering the way for others to learn to be well. Sue from Rochester NY

  216. Linda Widicker says:

    Robyn, I want to THANK YOU for this timely blog about anti-inflammatory drugs and their dangers!! I had actually been taking more NSAIDS recently to help with pain from a hip problem. Three weeks ago I ended up in the ER with heart attack-like symptoms!! Could it have been the NSAIDS?? I don’t know, but I wonder!!

    I saw my chiropractor today and he thought that it might be helpful for me to use a natural supplement to help with my hip inflammation. On my way home, I opened your email which was just what I needed to hear today! Thank you. I am on my way to the site to order some Bosmeric-SR!

    1. Linda Widicker says:

      Linda Widicker
      Bowdon, North Dakota

  217. Sandra Nestman says:

    I am one of those who pop Ibuprofen like candy, but it never feels right!

  218. Jennifer says:

    YES PLEASE!!

  219. jacqueline thomas says:

    Wow, 83.99 for 120 pills, insane, who can afford that

  220. Tammy Warner says:

    Thanks you as always for sharing such important information which can be immediately incorporated for a healthier life!

    Tammy Warner
    Annandale, nj

  221. Judy says:

    Would love to try this product.
    Newnan, GA

  222. maryann smith says:

    very interesting

  223. Nicole Sartain says:

    I definitely need to give this a try!! Thank you for this valuable information.
    Magnolia, TX

  224. Paddy Leal says:

    Sounds fantastic! All healing ingredients.
    Regard,
    P

  225. Jane says:

    I take tumeric pills, are those good?

  226. Mary Doelman says:

    Mary Doelman
    Rochester, WA

    Recently I have been experiencing arthritis in my thumb joints and in some of my toes. It’s very difficult to hold objects when your thumbs are in pain. I have been wondering what I could take other than ibuprofen and here is the answer. Thanks, Robyn. Please enter me in your contest. Thanks!

  227. Marcie says:

    Sounds awesome, thanks for the info, definetly going to try this!

  228. Jane says:

    I take turmeric pills, are those good?

  229. Alecia says:

    Alecia Clark
    Apache Junction, AZ

  230. Jane Arnett says:

    I’m from Swanton, OH and would love to try these! I use all three separately, so it would be so much easier in one pill.

  231. Jessica says:

    Once again thanks so much for all your info! Jessica from Roseville, ca;)

  232. Laura Wasson says:

    Findlay, OH

  233. Cathy Owens says:

    Cathy Owens, Orem, UT

  234. Stephanie Simpson says:

    Thanks! From Eagle, Idaho

  235. Anne Powell says:

    Would love to try a bottle.

  236. Alicia Dorton says:

    Thank you for all these great products that you share with us! I’m excites to use it the times we may need too.

    1. Alicia Dorton says:

      I’m in Provo Utah

  237. Ann says:

    Ann Langdon
    Hamilton Ohio
    I used curcumin for pain in a toothache …..and it worked great…and for infection a natural antibiotic. Far better than Advil…worked much longer…and took less….until the infectionin my tooth was gone. Thanks for sharing

  238. Nia says:

    I have always wanted to try turmeric but was never sure which one to try.

  239. Trudi Cassidy Schutta says:

    Great info! I want to try it!

  240. Thank you for sharing this resource Robyn.
    Rebekah Richards
    Roseville, CA

  241. Leslee says:

    Do you know what the shelf life for the bosmeric is? Thanks!

    Colorado Springs, CO

  242. Emily says:

    This would be wonderful for my family!

    Emily Boullion
    Mont Belvieu, Texas

  243. Teri says:

    Wow. Sounds great. Thanks for sharing this product, Robyn. 🙂

    Taylor, TX

  244. yasmin says:

    Springfield, ohio

  245. D says:

    Donna Hensley
    Bristol, TN

  246. Jeanne says:

    Looking forward to an alternative for Motrin. Thank you.
    Naples, FL

  247. Kim Murray says:

    Kim Murray
    Texarkana, Texas

    I did not know that ibuprofen was so bad for you. Thank you for informing me. I will definitely change to your safer alternative.

  248. Paula Riley says:

    Paula Riley Oak Grove, LA

  249. Deborah says:

    Looking forward to trying it out!

  250. Sheila Luna says:

    Sheila Luna
    Minneapolis MN

  251. DEAN HAMILTON says:

    Love to win a free bottle. Dean Hamilton, Kaysville, UT

  252. felissa miller says:

    Felissa Miller from Nampa Idaho!

  253. We appreciate everyone’s interest in the Bosmeric-SR Product.

    Please Note, the Free Bottle of Vitamin D3 will be manually added to your package if you order with the GreenSmoothieGirl Coupon Code. Meaning, you will not have to add the Vitamin D3 to your cart before checking out in order to receive this Free Promotion.

    Thank You,

    – BetterWayHealth.com

  254. Rachel Tipton says:

    El Dorado, KS

  255. Linda says:

    I’m out of the Turmeric supplement I’ve been using for my chronic pain/inflammation and will try this instead.

    1. Linda says:

      Cumming, GA

  256. Jill Einerson says:

    Would love to try this. My husband has lupus and takes Celebrex when it flares up. This sounds like a much more healthy alternative.

  257. Pamela says:

    It would be great to find an alternative to ibuprofen!
    Pamela Cecich
    McGaheysville, VA

  258. Angela says:

    Sault ste Marie, MI 49783 🙂

  259. Kenene Farrington says:

    Kenene Farrington
    Oak Hills, CA

  260. Christa says:

    Christa Swenson
    Saratoga Springs, UT

  261. Shandryka Sheppard says:

    Hi Robyn!! I would LOVE to try Bosmeric-SR! I had a myomectomy over the summer and sometimes still have to take ibuprofen for intense discomfort. I definitely will be trying this product so I can stop taking these meds! Do you know if Bosmeric-SR helps with menstrual cycle pain, too?!

    Shandryka Sheppard
    Nashville, Tennessee

  262. LOURDES says:

    I would love to stop taking Motrin. I have been taking it for so long I feel it has stopped working. Bosmeric-SR may be the answer for me. Thank you for putting this before us. Never heard of this before.

  263. Anne White says:

    Anne White
    Tucson, AZ

  264. Marsha says:

    Would love this–take way too many Advil now, and another alternative would be wonderful! Thanks!

  265. Yvette Speers says:

    My husband was taking ginger and turmeric supplements daily for a month and had to stop because he developed ringing in his ears. The ringing stopped once he discontinued the supplements. Have people reported this with these supplements?

  266. Judy Dull says:

    Judy D
    Webster, WI

    Sounds amazing! Thanks for sharing this information!

  267. Andrea says:

    I would love to try Bosmeric-SR and be able to let others know about it to replace ibuprofen!

    Andrea
    Dublin, CA

  268. Gail Koula says:

    Would love to try this. I have chronic pain that I would like to see if this can help.

  269. beth c says:

    This sounds great- I would love to see how this works for my back pain! Thanks for the giveaway!
    Beth-Colorado Springs, CO

  270. beth c says:

    oops-beth carbone-colorado springs, co! 🙂

  271. Kimberly Martin says:

    I would love for my family to switch to something better than Advil.

  272. Karen Marsh says:

    Would love to see how this works for pain.

  273. Rachael Rios says:

    Rachael Rios
    Tucson, AZ

    My 2 year old has 2 heart surgeries and was given ibuprofen for pain. I cringe giving it to her in thoughts of what it is doing to her liver and organs. Is this safe for children?
    Also I have no time for FB, with 3 children.
    Maybe report winner and offers by e-mail.

  274. Diane F says:

    Pain reliever is the only Over the counter medicine I still take. If Bosmeric SR works that would be fantastic

  275. Doreen Harris says:

    Hope this is available in Canada!!

  276. Gail Tuccero says:

    Gay Tuccero
    Waltham MA

    Would love something healthier to try for RA pain.

  277. Diane F says:

    Pain reliever is the only Over the counter medicine I still take. If Bosmeric SR works that would be fantastic.

    Spanaway, WA

  278. Heather says:

    Enter me please! Heather Maguire from San Jose

  279. Debbie says:

    this would be great to try for all of life aches and pains
    Thanks Debbie

  280. Jayme Zimmerman says:

    Thanks for this info!

    Jayme Zimmerman
    Orem, UT

  281. September Lynn says:

    I love learning about replacing toxic products with natural solutions. I have learned so much & have become passionate about making better healthy choices for my family & our home. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.

  282. Sheila Johnson says:

    Sheila Johnson, Selma, Indiana

  283. Jan says:

    Wow – so sorry about your ankle – and very happy to learn of this product! I’ve been using a Thorne product which is the turmeric part, and have found it worked wonderfully – from what I’ve been learning since, the combination in the one you recommend should do even better. Will absolutely be looking into it. Thanks for the information! (And hoping you’re all better by now, too!)

    1. Jan says:

      Oops — sorry — you’d asked for home town too. OK – I’m Jan in West Linn, Oregon 😀

  284. Merna reeves says:

    Folsom, CA

  285. Jill says:

    I love this information and can not wait to try this!

  286. Rig says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this. I choose not to have Facebook, so how will I know if I’m lucky enough to be one of the winners?

    1. Rig says:

      Hometown: American Fork

  287. T R EnglandBozeman says:

    This would be great for my husband. He has numerous ongoing health issues, diabetes, advanced neuropathy, colorectal cancer, Parkinson’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, etc,. He is in almost constant pain, throughout his body. He dislikes taking painkillers, as he has seen friends, become addicted to them. A natural, non addictive painkiller, with no side effects, he would take. To win this to try it, would be life changing. If it really works, I would sacrifice something else, to afford the product. Thank for this wonderful information!

  288. T R EnglandBozeman says:

    T R EnglandBozeman says: September 6, 2016 at 5:19 pm
    This would be great for my husband. He has numerous ongoing health issues, diabetes, advanced neuropathy, colorectal cancer, Parkinson’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, heart disease, etc,. He is in almost constant pain, throughout his body. He dislikes taking painkillers, as he has seen friends, become addicted to them. A natural, non addictive painkiller, with no side effects, he would take. To win this to try it, would be life changing. If it really works, I would sacrifice something else, to afford the product. Thank for this wonderful information!
    Okay, I forgot my hometown, I live in Rio Linda, California! Thank you! ~ Namasté ~ T ~

  289. Lisa Pastor says:

    I no longer use ibuprofen. Haven’t in a year. Or acetaminophen for that matter. Would love to be entered to win a sample. Always looking for natural ways to feel better. Love your FB and blog.

  290. Shelly says:

    Shelly
    Redford,ml

  291. Kathy says:

    I enjoy your articles.
    Brooks, Alberta
    Canada

  292. Stephanie says:

    Sounds like a great product, Robyn!

  293. Roseann says:

    Always interested in natural remedies. Appreciate what you do for all of us!!

  294. Martha says:

    This sounds so good cause I will not take ibuprofen. – from Arlington texas

  295. Mitch Haimov says:

    Sounds great–I’m eager to give it a try!

    Thanks.

    Brea, CA

  296. Patricia S. says:

    I have been taking ibuprofen 800 ml almost daily for probably 20 years. And yes, I am worried about its effects on my liver but nothing else worked liked ibuprofen! My choice was take it or don’t sleep. I am really glad to learn about this supplement. If it works for me I can recommend it to my chronic pain clients. Thank you so much!

  297. Kelly Fink says:

    Cougar, WA
    Wow! Sounds amazing!

  298. Kathleen stevenson says:

    Amazing product! Thank you for the information. Kathleen Twin Falls, Idaho

  299. SueAnn Bogue says:

    I have chronic pain and am a regular user of Aleve. Doesn’t always give me the relief I would like, but it’s better than nothing at all. I would really like to try this one.

    1. SueAnn Bogue says:

      Oops. Scottsdale AZ.
      Thx. Susie

  300. Alyssa says:

    Alyssa
    Mason City IA
    I often get headaches , and have other autoimmune problems. This would be great!

  301. Zhanna says:

    Would love to switch to a natural product!

  302. jennifer says:

    Jennifer
    Vallejo, California
    My children and I get headaches often. This would be a great alternative to Motrin. I just joined GSG membership, so I can’t afford to buy it right now.
    Thanks.

  303. Elizabeth Nelson says:

    Thank you so much for the good information and alternative to nsaids!!

    -Elizabeth
    Fombell, PA

  304. zirah1 says:

    Zirah Hearn
    Asheville, NC

    Would love to try this product.

  305. Rebekah Dey says:

    Rebekah Dey
    Raleigh, N C
    Wondering what the recommended dosage is that most folks are taking for help with inflamation..about a gram or so a day if it has ingredients like black pepper seed to help with absorption?

  306. Vickie says:

    Vickie Koenig
    New Haven, IN

    Robyn- praying for healing on your ankle and you’ll be back 100% soon.

  307. Steve Ender says:

    This looks awesome!

  308. Lindsey Kasarsky says:

    Lindsey Kasarsky
    Minneapolis, MN

    I have arthritis in my hip and spine along with painful bursitis at times. I can’t say how many times I take ibuprofen a day just to make myself feel better about doing something about the pain. But unfortunately it does not work. I would love to have a natural method.

  309. Donna says:

    Donna

    Princeton LA

  310. Shirley Newcomb says:

    It will be interesting to see how it compares to Arnica montana which helps with swelling and bruising

  311. Amy Price says:

    I was looking for something to take away my sinus and/or tension headaches- would be great if this works instead!! Amy from Holland, MI

  312. Cheryl Brennan says:

    I have elbows and wrists that hurt every night, would so love to try this, ibuprofen, doesn’t even touch It much. Sayre, PA

  313. sammy says:

    I use tumeric everyday in my coffee (coffee gold) and i have been very luck with not having any pain issues or ilness to speak of for many years. Sound like a good product.

  314. Pat Fonnesbeck says:

    I’m anxious to try this for my arthritic elbow! Thank you for sharing!!

    1. Pat Fonnesbeck says:

      From Casper, Wyoming

  315. Teri Jarman says:

    What an amazing story!!! My mother had an inflammed pancreas and they couldn’t give her the pain medication she needed because every time they did, she stopped breathing. This would be a good thing to have on hand to keep her inflammation down. Thank you for telling us about it and sharing a discount coupon! Thank You!

  316. Patricia says:

    Always looking for natural products to improve healing and better health.

  317. Natalyn Bradshaw says:

    Natalyn Bradshaw
    Christiansburg VA

    Thank you!

  318. Kim Daggett says:

    Love natural remedies. Thanks for writing this blog.
    Kim Daggett – Andover, MN

  319. gretchen says:

    gretchen
    Sunbury, OH

    Looks like my husband is not alone among this group. Ibuprofen is not candy for him, but he takes it whenever he gets a headache. I would very much prefer an alternative for him.

  320. Lindsey Putnam says:

    Lindsey Putnam
    Lubbock, Texas

    Thanks for the informative article!

  321. Marsha says:

    Thanks for sharing. Was not aware of this product and so happy to find an alternative. Appreciate your messages so much.

  322. Debbie Laughlin says:

    Debbie Laughlin
    Stark City, MO

  323. Mary Ellen Dapkus says:

    Thanks for all your research!

    Mary Ellen Dapkus
    Sugar Grove, IL

  324. Lita Hart says:

    Look forward to trying product to verify results.. I’ve been using natural medicine, herbs , homeopathy for 20 years.. can validate for headache, and inflammation..

    Lita Hart

  325. Lori says:

    Lori Frandsen
    New Hope, MN

    Would love to try this to see if it helps my husbands mystery illness! Ibuprofen is the ONLY thing that we’ve found to keep the pain in his wrist at bay. If this works, that would be so amazing!

  326. Doug Shaffer says:

    I need this to work, I have plantar fasciitis in my left foot. I have been taking ibuprofen and want something safer.
    Lynn, Indiana.

  327. Carrie Anne says:

    Hi Robyn! My husband almost died (twice) due to a burst intestine, and he’s been taking ibuprofen almost every day since his surgeries. I have given him all kinds of herbal alternatives (including turmeric and ginger) but they just haven’t done the trick. I’ve been so concerned about what that’s doing to his body! We’ll certainly try this supplement…maybe this is the one that will do the trick for him. Thanks! 🙂

  328. Melody says:

    Melody
    Lockhart TX
    Wow, I did not know just how dangerous ibuprofen is.
    How’s your ankle now?

  329. startwithgreens says:

    Pittsburgh, PA
    Great giveaway – I’d love to try this!

  330. Lou Boschee says:

    I take Advil for my migraine headaches. Every time I swallow the pill with its pink coating I tell myself there must be a better remedy. Thank you so much for this information!!!!

  331. Liza Kosinski says:

    Love to try that for my migraines!

  332. Lisa T. says:

    This sounds great. I have been looking for something to replace Advil!

  333. julie says:

    Julie
    Issaquah, WA

  334. Jodie Walker says:

    I will definitely be trying this for my family. Thank you.

  335. Kelli says:

    Kelli
    Pittsburgh, PA

  336. Mariah Waldron says:

    Mariah Waldron
    Las Vegas, NV

  337. Jenni Greer says:

    Would love to try this product for my sinusitis.

  338. Michele says:

    Thank you for negotiating the discount and free product! That shows you care about all of us who are trying to be healthy. Michele…cleveland oh

  339. Meghan says:

    So excited to hear of a natural option! Thank you for researching about making peoples’ lives less dependent on nutrition and support that comes with unwanted side effects.

  340. Karen says:

    great alternative to drugs with side effects

  341. Karen White says:

    Robin,
    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with us, My son can’t sleep at night because of back and neck aches. I have heard about turmeric and I’m excited to try bosmeric. You are always opening doors of natural ways to help us we really appreciate all that you do.
    Thank you so very much!

  342. Sharon Glaser says:

    Thank You for giving us this important info and the coupon opportunity. I hope to try this soon for my psoriatic arthritis.

  343. Krista says:

    Krista Neil, Bluffdale, Utah

  344. Mary Whitaker says:

    Mary Whitaker
    Ludington Michigan

  345. Joyce Goins says:

    thank you

  346. Michelle says:

    Salem, Oregon

    I’ve heard turmeric isn’t recommended during pregnancy. Do you have an alternative suggestion?

  347. Joyce Goins says:

    Cameron NC

  348. Makayla says:

    I have liked ginger for dizziness but didn’t think about it for headaches! Will have to try that next time! Or better yet get my hands on a good bottle of Bosmeric SR!

  349. Alicia says:

    This is what I have been looking for !!!
    I have used arnica both topically and in supplement form, and had some relief, but for very painful injuries like my husband’s back injury from being rear ended, he could really have used a stronger alternative.
    So glad to have more tools!

  350. Robin says:

    Robin Ingram
    Rockwall, TX

  351. Emily says:

    Go Green Smoothie Girl!!!
    You are a lifesaver !!!!
    Mesa, Arizona

  352. Dena says:

    My C reactive protein is through the roof. Need this product for major inflammation.

    1. Dena says:

      Thank you Green Smoothie girl!

      Dena, Modesto, CA.

  353. Nich says:

    I am so excited to learn about this product, as I believe it will help my husband with his pain and inflammation issues in his feet and ankles. I am also happy to learn about some things to change in his diet to help prevent inflammation. Thank you so very much for sharing your knowledge with us! Would love to win this for him.
    Nich
    Magnolia, TX

  354. Aimee says:

    Been there, done that, only before I knew about Tumeric

  355. Peggy Matthews says:

    Besieged with migraines!

  356. Sue says:

    I’m so interested in this product. Thank you for the information, coupons and discount. Please send me the code and enter me in the drawing.
    Sue
    Dayton, Ohio

  357. Karen Sandgren says:

    Looks good!

    Karen
    Rochester, MN

  358. Annette Tompkins says:

    What an amazing product! Would love to try it!

  359. Annette Tompkins says:

    Orangevale, CA

  360. Stella Johnson says:

    Robyn, I want to contact you, why don’t you have a contact option? I don’t do all that facebook, twitter, and other stuff. I like email and phone. I would like to have the recipe for the pizza you made for your family and also the granola you made for your kids. I also have other questions so please let me know how I can at least email you.
    Thanks

  361. Kathy says:

    Jackson, MI

  362. Maria Pickering says:

    Saratoga Springs UT my mom has arthritis and I’m hoping this helps, thanks for the info!

  363. Deana Braden says:

    I have fibromyalgia and Sjogrens syndrome, and I struggle with headaches. I hope this will help. Boise, Idaho

  364. Kate Schroeder says:

    Kate Schroeder
    Ririe, Idaho

    When the warnings came out for NSAIDS this year, my husband (an RN) said “What will I eat for breakfast now?” …we NEED an effective alternative!

  365. Sheri says:

    Sheri from San Jacinto, California

    My friend has been taking turmeric for years for her broken hip. I just recently started eating ginger candy. I have hearing loss. One doctor told me my eustacion tubes had a problem that did not allow my eardrum to pressurize correctly. I believe it is an inflammation issue. After eating this ginger candy for a few weeks, my ear pops and I hear much better!

    I am very interested to see how well this works!

    Thank you!

  366. April Clark says:

    Sounds great!
    April from Greenwood, IN

  367. Daria says:

    Love turmeric or ginger in my juices.
    Fairfield, CA

  368. Coley says:

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Ashville, NY

  369. SallyAnn says:

    SallyAnn from Binghamton, NY

    My husband has been on prescription meds for 10 years from a back injury. I would love to try this and see if it would get him off them.

  370. Kelly Craig says:

    Thank you so much for this information. My 12 year old daughter has frequent headaches, and I would feel much better giving her this than ibuprofen….and the rest of the family as well.

    Wake Forest, NC

  371. Nancy says:

    Nancy Reed
    Allentown, NJ

    I am very interested in this supplement to help with my aches and pains

  372. Stephanie Pyne says:

    Evans Mills, NY
    I’m always on the look out for a better at to decrease inflammation!

  373. Bethany says:

    I would love to try this out for my 11 year old daughter, who suffers from headaches often due to anxiety. Thanks for the info, Robin!

  374. Bethany says:

    Whoops! Forgot to put my hometown….Corinne, UT

  375. Jenny says:

    Jenny Lamb
    Erie, PA

  376. Karen Campbell says:

    What would you use for fever? I know I can’t take NSAIDS and have been drinking golden milk for a couple of years now. I had a fever of 102 last winter and tried 1 Ibuprofen and my BP shot up. I don’t like to take Tylenol either. I have autoimmune hepatitis.

  377. Jude Lilienthal says:

    Thanks Robin for all you do and your willingness to share! I am always looking for natural options to maintain optimal health!
    FYI – I don’t do Facebook. Is there another way to be notified if I am lucky enough to win a free bottle of this supplement?
    Jude
    Kansas City, MO

  378. Sherri Perkins says:

    I have struggled for years with RA and the doctor’s prescribing medication after medication for my inflammation and pain. I have taking anything but when you are in so much pain you tended to seek out relief. I would LOVE to try something with less side affects and more relief. This sounds like t might be my answer. Sherri – Sweet Idaho

  379. Karen says:

    Columbus, OH

    Thanks,

  380. Sandy says:

    I love the way you care to share the things that help you the most. I look forward to trying this because I refuse to take ibprofrin.

  381. Linda Tate says:

    I would love to try this product for inflammation!

  382. Brook Norris says:

    Brook -Cheraw, South Carolina

    I am so happy I found this site! I have ordered some of the supplements you recommended and started drinking my green smoothies! I am excited about healing my body naturally!

  383. Margaret/hometown is Sheboygan WI says:

    I would love for my son who has juvenile diabetes and takes a lot of ibuprofen for his back to try this. I am very concerned about his health since he is 39 years old and has 8 children.

  384. Shirley says:

    I have osteoarthritis in both knees and I take a lot of ibuprofen , would love to see if this would work !

  385. Mitzi says:

    Can’t wait to try this!
    Mitzi – Willard, NC

  386. Shauna says:

    A friend of my mother just died from complications of NSAIDS (Stevens-Johnson syndrome) Mom went to the wake Monday. It’s ironic and fitting that this is your post today. Advil will now be eliminated from my cabinet!! I will research on my own, but can children take this supplement? I have some athletic boys with Osgood-Schlatter disease who do require an ibuprofen on occasion when it gets to the point of swelling and intolerable pain. Thanks for your knowledge and commitment to life and a healthy being 🙂

  387. Shauna says:

    Shauna
    Long Valley, NJ

  388. HEATHER REED says:

    Heather Reed
    Elsberry, MO

  389. Louise Quattlebaum says:

    Louise Quattlebaum
    Statesboro, GA
    I am very interested in the product. Both my husband and I have arthritis, but have been advised to not depend on aspirin and other popular pain relievers.

  390. Tamara Carter says:

    I am a distance runner and have been warned not to take ibuprofen just prior to running because it could cause problems! I am so looking forward to trying this!

    Southfield, MI

  391. Kimberley says:

    I stopped taking ibuprofen years ago. I used to live on it, which is sad bc I was so young. But after having a baby to avoid oxycodone I took it. Whenever I have had pain I have been using arnica but it doesn’t do quite enough. And I also have needed something for my 5 year old and the arnica wasn’t enough. Thank you for recommending this product.

  392. Leilani G says:

    Katy, TX

    1. Leilani G says:

      Leilani Gellert

  393. Pat G says:

    Pat Gonzales
    Cypress, TX

  394. Peggy says:

    yay thanks for the giveaway!! Hope I win! My best friend just entered the hospital with a bleeding ulcer and i wonder if the ibuprofen had anything to do with it?

  395. Laurie says:

    Phoenix, AZ

  396. Kimberly says:

    I would love to try this product. i am allergic to Ibuprofen and other pain relievers so this would be a great option.

  397. Betty Hill says:

    Betty Hill
    Oklahoma City

    Interesting article. I would love to win!

  398. Sara says:

    Thank you GSG, as I now take 2400 mg of ibuprofen daily. I would much rather take something natural.
    Orchard, Ia.

  399. Adrienne Boyer says:

    The ingredients list cornstarch. Is this gmo free corn?

  400. Maggie Carron
    Spanish Fork, Ut

  401. I just damaged tendons in my arm last night. I sure could use some of this right now because my doctor is having me take aleve twice a day for 5 days to help with the swelling. I’d rather take something natural for it.

  402. Charity says:

    Charity Gurtler
    Schaumburg, IL

  403. I would love to try this for free!! I have been getting bad sinus headaches recently and occasionally back or knee pain. Would love to try this natural blend!!
    Broken Arrow, OK
    Christy Hardesty

  404. Brady says:

    Brady Frandsen
    New Hope, MN

  405. Jennifer Badger says:

    Thanks for all you do!!
    Jennifer Badger
    Red Bluff, CA

  406. Anne says:

    My husband takes ibuprofen all the time. I’d be glad to find a substitute for him–one that works! Thank you.

    1. Anne says:

      Didn’t get my name and city before I accidentally posted. Anne in Norton, OH.

  407. Sheryl says:

    I take at least six Ibuprofen daily for pain and inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis. I have been searching for years for something that can replace the Ibuprofen, something natural that will not cause the side effects. I’m hoping this is it.

  408. Toshia says:

    I definatly want to try this, I used to have bad joint pain and I used to take a ridiculous amount of Aleve just to function throughout the day, and I still use it when I need it. So to know there is an alternative is wonderful.

  409. John Faerber says:

    After passing out from the excessive loss of blood due to burning 3 holes in my stomach from using too much motrin, I ended up in the hospital where I received 3 units of blood. As you might expect, this was a “wake up” call for me. I have religiously avoided using NSAIDs ever since then. This product sounds wonderful. Thanks for the information. John in Idaho.

  410. Helene says:

    Helene
    Athens, IL

  411. BRANDI THOMAS says:

    BRANDI THOMAS
    Roy, Utah

  412. Hollie Kent says:

    Hollie Kent
    Midway, UT

  413. Betty says:

    Can the caplets be crushed for those who can’t swallow pills? If so, I’d like the coupon code. Thanks.

  414. Billie D Henderson says:

    Billie D Henderson
    Columbus, Ohio

    Sounds awesome…..would love to try it.

  415. Nancy says:

    Love turmeric. I add tumeric powder to my smoothies for added anti-inflammatory benefit.

  416. Robin FInke says:

    I take a lot of ibuprofen for pain from severely cracked heels and my fingertips cracking. I’ve been very concerned about the amount I take so this sounds like a great alterative.

  417. Elizabeth A Steinweg says:

    Elizabeth Steinweg, Vancouver, WA
    I am excited to try this~ I am a myofascial release therapist and have been recommending Zyflamend Caps for my clients. It works quite well but if this is more effective, than it will be my new one to recommend! Thanks for your testimony! Love your videos and emails! I’ve been sharing them with everyone!

  418. Heidi says:

    Austin, TX

  419. Kristen Stepien says:

    I have RA and can’t take NSAIDs, would love to try this! (Yorkville, IL)

  420. Vicky Passmore says:

    Would love to try for cancer pain—Vicky Passmore from Ganesville GA

  421. Michelle Rahner says:

    Michelle Rahner
    Las Vegas, NV

  422. Debra Evans says:

    I would love to try this for my arthritis. Debra Evans from Smyrna, Tn

  423. Shannon Caviness says:

    Shannon Caviness
    Charlotte, NC

    Thank you!

  424. Victoria says:

    Thanks for the reminder about Tumeric..
    Victoria Lebanon OH

  425. Vickie Mazurek says:

    My husband and I take turmeric every day. He has r- arthritis, and I use it for inflammation due to auto immune disorder. He still takes ibprophin nearly every night, I would love for him to try something that actually works for him.

  426. Suzanne Shackelford says:

    My daughter is a former softball player and has taken ibuprofen WAY too many times. It is the go to for any aches and pains. I am going to try this and get her off of ibuprofen. Thank you so much for this information!

  427. Tricia Sapun says:

    What a great giveaway. I’m trying to take less advil when I get cramps monthly, which means I end up feeling the pain. This sounds like it would be a natural helpful aid.
    Tricia Sapun
    Aurora, CO

  428. Rebecca Hicks says:

    Campbello, SC

    Thanks for the great info on an alternative!

  429. Lynne says:

    West Columbia, SC

    Looking forward to trying this.

  430. Suzannr says:

    Suzanne Melinsky
    Stephens City, VA

  431. Nancy Loyd says:

    Would love to be able to try this for my husband, he has planter fechiatias!! (SP) He has been struggling for 3 months! Loved the 12 steps but I messed the deal but am starting next week!

  432. Julie says:

    Julie Taggart
    Orem Utah

  433. Mary says:

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge.
    Mary Friday
    Burbank Washington

  434. Tracy Jo Ford says:

    That sounds like a dream come true

  435. Joanie Thomas says:

    Hi! I’ve been dealing with chronic pain for 17 years and I think inflammation is a big part of it and would love to try this! Thanks! ~Joanie Thomas in Atlanta, GA

  436. Linda McCabe-Huber says:

    Linda McCabe-Huber
    Palm City, FL

    Enjoy the rest of your run. Thanks for the info, looking forward to trying Bosmeric-SR

  437. Kristen Ward says:

    Kristen Ward
    Pocatello, ID

  438. Michelle says:

    Michelle Borrero
    Livermore, CA

  439. Hester Bundrock says:

    I’ve been following you for years now. I would love to try this product! I’m from Fort Collins, Colorado. Hester

  440. Rachel says:

    South Jordan, Utah!

  441. Kim says:

    Kim West, Austin Tx!

  442. Marianne Carter says:

    Marianne Carter
    Herriman, UT
    Loved seeing you in Central Park on FB live- have fun at the US Open Robyn and Carol!

  443. Hello from Upstate NY. I’m on a prescription for systematic inflammation due to AI. I would love to stop supporting Big Pharma.

  444. Doris says:

    Hello from Grapevine Texas.

  445. Bobbie jo says:

    I would love this I have headaches daily and inflammation in my sisnuses as well.

  446. Melissa says:

    Melissa
    Visalia, CA

  447. Carey B says:

    Carey B.
    Dallas, Georgia

  448. Sandi Biquet says:

    I will have to give this a try! I don’t like taking OTC or prescription drugs. Thanks for the advice.

  449. Peggy says:

    Peggy
    Carlsbad, NM
    Sounds like something I might be interested in too!

  450. Judy Groce says:

    With chronic neck, shoulder, and back pain from a car accident years ago, this product may be an answer I’ve been searching

  451. Judy Groce says:

    I forgot to include name & address from comment earlier.

    Judy Groce
    Taylors, SC

  452. Lisa says:

    Would love to have my husband try this. Bad knee.
    Carlotta, Ca

  453. MB says:

    Wow! Thank you for this great info! Good to know!!

    1. M. says:

      M. Baysinger
      College Station, TX

  454. Mindy McClelland says:

    I’ve been using another brand you had recommended a few years back, thanks for a new option to try! Love that it has frankincense and ginger!

  455. mayteam says:

    1. Your Shrek ankle is really beautiful.
    2. I have always wondered if the 800 mg Ibuprofen I took in 2007 (had never taken that strength before, but I had BAD cramps) the subsequent visit to the ER that night since my heart had been racing all day, the ridiculous misdiagnosis of A-fib by the ER doc who then sent me home to “just call your cardiologist next week” had anything to do with why I was FINE, perfectly FINE one day, and the next day my world fell apart with something the doctors were never able to figure out (but they did so kindly slap a “panic disorder” label on me so that I’d have a pill to take and a diagnosis to make me feel better….which it did not. I was and am and always have been a “natural” girl. I cured as many things naturally if I knew how, but I had no idea that ibuprofen (and all the junk that followed) would still have me bedridden 9 years later. It’s nuts.
    3. You’d better believe I am buying that stuff, and forwarding this post and throwing out our advil, aleve and ibuprofen.
    4. I didn’t see Tylenol/Acetomiaphin mentioned in the post. (I’m sure you know it’s in norco, vicodin, percocet and maybe others.) If someone is taking those for some reason, they can do a Cold Water Extraction to remove the tylenol from those drugs. Better if you don’t have to take anything. But for some it may be the first step to a less toxic body. CWE is on youtube and my husband has done that for me. It’s a pain, pun intended, but worth it for sure.
    5. I just found out about 1 amazing STRONG pain reliever known as Healer’s Relief. It is a TCM product. Also, I am trying a STRONG CBD oil from the UK. I tried the one here on Amazon and I couldn’t take it due to the carrier oil. (You know CBD is legal in all 50 states now and can be ordered online. I’m working with CBD Brothers in UK. They are sending me free sample first. And lastly two different “morphine bombs” from DoTerra or Young Living. For people dealing with chronic pain, in order to get well, have to get off toxic meds. And even on pharmaceuticals, you have to rotate or they stop working. I’m hoping these 3 will produce good results. I already will confirm Healer’s Relief is very good.
    6. I hate to see you sick in any way, but I sure do like learning the things you then remember to tell us!!!
    7. xoxo
    Cindy

    1. mayteam says:

      for anyone reading the comment I wrote above, I currently have severe chronic pain and am taking (despise it, but in my very rare/unique situation I haven’t found another option yet) hydrocodone and 2 different benzos that basically mute the CNS. My only point being that 4-5 grams of Healer’s Relief equals about 40 mg of hydrocodone. I would think any TCM doctor would be able to supply it. I did find out about mine through a Kratom referral. The govn’t just moved to make Kratom illegal which is so ridiculous. Those who took it, including myself, were far better off on that —a simple leaf from the Kratom Tree found all over the place in Thailand, Cambodia, etc–than on pharmaceuticals. Of course if they succeed in making Kratom illegal, the pharmaceutical industry does stand to profit nicely.

  456. Teri Simpson says:

    Teri Simpson
    Lehi, UT

  457. Michele Reeves Forney, Tx says:

    Would love to try this!

  458. Brenda Hill says:

    Brenda Hill
    Bellingham WA

  459. I have chronic back & knee pain and I’m not to the point of having to switch back & forth between Advil & Aleve to alleviate some of the pain, but it takes 4 Advil or 3 Aleve at a time to do any good 🙁

  460. Dedra Scott says:

    Indianapolis, IN

  461. Dedra Scott says:

    Would love to try this.

    Dedra Scott
    Indianapolis, IN

  462. Alishah says:

    I don’t like taking NSAIDS but when I get bad headaches nothing else natural that I have tried works. If this supplement would work for me I would be forever grateful!

    Alishah Larson
    Wallsburg, Ut

  463. Sonja says:

    I have been making a turmeric tea, but would love to try the added punch of the boswelli, ginger and pepper! Thank you!

  464. Gregg Eckersen, Port Orange, Florida

  465. Kay James says:

    Kay James, Moline, Illinois….would love to try it to see if it heips with my COPD!

  466. Anna Kobs says:

    Anna Kobs, Tawas, MI

  467. Vallari Vallari from Hampton Roads in Virginia
    This was an excellent article! Thank you!

  468. Megan Parker says:

    West Monroe, Louisiana

  469. Debra LeNormand says:

    This sounds like a wonderful product. I was in a car accident over ten years ago, and now have severe chronic pain. My neck was fused but my back cannot be fixed, so I live on pain killers which I hate taking, but I am hoping this will truly help me. Pain changes everything in your life. Thank you for sharing this new product, and for being so generous and giving us the discount instead of you getting a 20% commission, wow that was so nice. Hope your ankle get better soon too. Have a Great Day!

    Debra LeNormand
    Nehalem, Oregon

  470. Debra LeNormand says:

    Awesome Thank You!

    Debra LeNormand

    Nehalem, Oregon

  471. Debby Frick-Reilly
    Give away.

    So sorry about your ankle, gold you KNOW what to do!

  472. Jan Elleca says:

    Thanks for another natural product. I used to pop 4-6 IB for back pain. Now I like Arnica Montana. Open to new natural relief.

    1. mayteam says:

      Hi Jan, if you have time, could you read my long post (it will stand out from the rest bc of length!). I am stuck on pain meds, and I am having an awful time finding a way out. I knew they were bad when I started them, but I do have a VERY rare condition that is so excruciatingly painful (it’s not exactly pain–it’s more like torment and suffering and it’s 24/7 AND I cannot sleep at all if I can feel it. Only thing I’ve found to work is hydrocodone (extended release, liquid, no tylenol in it). I have gone hundreds of hours without sleep due to the condition. Nearly died a few years ago from sleep deprivation. Meds weren’t working then.) I am wondering if this Arnica you take is something that might work for me. But I’ve bought so many pain meds (natural) that end up not working….. But back pain is usually pretty bad and that’s a lot of ibuprofen, so I just thought maybe it might work for me. Could you comment on my post IF YOU HAVE TIME with your opinion. Thanks! Cindy

  473. Alas, I have been seeking a recommendation for a turmeric supplement, as well as an alternative to a growing Advil habit. Thank you!

    Christa Large
    Scottsdale, AZ

  474. Nancie Phillips says:

    I would love to win this product! I have heard a lot about all 4 ingredients for fighting inflamation. Glad to find out about this product!
    Thanks!
    Nancie Phillips,
    Lula, GA

  475. Margit says:

    Margit Kaldmets
    Tartu, ESTONIA
    I would be so happy to win these products. Not only the Inflammatory help, but also D3. The daylight in Estonia is very short during the “fall to spring” time.
    Being hopeful and grateful
    Margit

  476. lovingpurple says:

    You probably have an article about why you recommend getting rid of the 5 foods/drinks in your life. I’m surprised about the wheat. I’ve always been told how great wheat is for you. I know some people need to be gluten free because they have severe sensitivities to it, but I would think you WOULD include wheat with all the healthy foods and herbs and spices you recommend. Please fill me in. Thank you.

    Also, I don’t like popping any kind of pill, vitamin or otherwise. Although, I do and it is usually exceeding (or a generic for it), I know I should be looking into natural remedies. I am thinking once it’s in pill form it’s just not a natural remedy any more. So my question is if I take turmeric, how do I get the cur cumin extracted. Same thing with the black pepper extract BioPerine, Boswellin, and what part of the Ginger plant? I noticed it’s manufactured in New Mexico on possibly an Indian Reservation. I know they want to sell their product, but could you, if you know, get precise amounts and ways of extracting etc.? I’m seriously starting out trying to be all natural from foods, not pills. Thank you.

    1. lovingpurple says:

      Excedrin, not exceeding

      1. mayteam says:

        That is such an interesting question. I’m chiming in, just to hear the answer if there is one. I would think one would have to talk to the people who actually make the pills (not the company representing them) and that sounds next to impossible to me. I would also think though that if you just put fresh turmeric, ginger, black pepper (extract oil or just black pepper) and a drop or two of frankincense in your daily smoothie, you’d achieve the same thing in its all natural (and synergistic) food form. I put fresh turmeric and ginger and pepper in my smoothies daily. Robyn said she takes those anti-inflammatories daily, just to keep inflammation in the body down. If you have them on hand for that purpose, and you twist your ankle, you can just make a concentrated tea with as much as you need of each ingredient to get the pain relief you need :). All the best, Cindy

  477. Maria says:

    Maria from Surprise. I hope I win, I have fibromyalgia 🙁

    1. mayteam says:

      Not for long you don’t!!! I can’t wait to see you healed!!!! I commented earlier, so I just saw yours come in and thought I’d say “hi”! I’m rooting for you 🙂 Cindy

  478. Elizabeth Willis says:

    I’m Elizabeth from Sacramento, Ca…i woukd live ti win this product not only for me but I leave with someone who is always experiencing inflammation issues and constantly taking Ibuprofen.

  479. Cathy Scarborough says:

    I definately have inflammation. I’m having a huge kidney stone right now. I’m in South Jordan.

  480. Shalini Bagga says:

    I just checked the ingredients and this has corn starch in it as a filler. Corn is a known cross reactant and if you are trying to be gluten free then you should get off corn and rice as well. I didn’t know this but my functional medicine doctor told me, and since going corn and rice free I have seen a dramatic reduction in my inflammation and joint pain.

  481. It’s so good to know there is alternatives for people like me dealing with fibromyalgia. So far, everything that you have mentioned and I have tried worked in an excellent way. Thanks Robin.

    VickyLuz
    Orlando, FL

  482. Patty Knackstedt says:

    I have leg pain nightly & have been taking pain medication for it. I have been going to physical therapy for about 6 weeks & it has helped a little. I can’t wait to try the healthier alternative!

  483. Lisa Dolan says:

    Lisa Dolan
    Marietta, GA
    My daughter is a competitive athlete and is in need of a healthy anti inflammatory. We are all so guilty of quickly popping a pill to make the pain go away, but at what cost. This exact topic has been weighing very heavily on my heart. Thanks for the great info.

  484. Jean Harrivel says:

    Jean Harrivel
    Duluth GA
    Wow, my husband suffers from headaches and my friend from migraines… i have inflammation in general that causes aches in my wrists.

  485. Judy Black says:

    Judy Black
    Amarillo, Tx

  486. Susan says:

    I’m really happy to hear about this supplement. I’ve been dealing with shoulder issues (both) for a few months. Showed up out of the blue. I eat really healthy, but know this is inflammation, so I also know there is more I can do. I’ve been putting together a list of supplements to begin taking or to have on hand for “as needed” – this is going on the list!

    1. Susan says:

      Fairfield, CT

  487. sue thompson says:

    Would love to give this a try! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Newnan, Georgia

  488. Darlene Holland says:

    Darlene Holland, Bristol TN

  489. Robin says:

    Robin Ingram
    Rockwall Texas

  490. Pamela Brown says:

    Pamela Brown
    Nacogdoches Texas

  491. Elizabeth Meldrum says:

    Auburn< WA

  492. Megan says:

    Megan Stewart
    Foreston, mn

  493. Danille Trew says:

    Danille
    Bolivar, MO
    Would love to try this!!

  494. Jill says:

    Taking Bosmeric-SR a supplement to use instead of taking Ibuprofen for pain relief without risking a heart attack and strokes and other side effects, and you are giving away one free, count me in!

    1. Jill says:

      Jill, Grand Rapids,Michigan

  495. Don Gubler says:

    Don G.
    Santa Clara Utah

  496. Saundra says:

    I would love to find something to take instead of ibuprofen. I take them daily unfortunately for chronic pain from autoimmune diseases which I have.

  497. Susana Zamacona says:

    Susana Miami Florida

  498. Nancy Loyd says:

    This
    Sounds awesome my husband has a need for this!
    Thanks
    Nancy Loyd- Midland, Texas

  499. Becky Klawikowski says:

    Becky Klawikowski
    Brookfield, WI

    Need to get this into my household for my daughter, struggling w/GERD and migraines!

  500. Tk Oler says:

    I would love to see if this really works!
    Terry in Idaho Falls, Idaho

  501. Tiffany says:

    Sounds Amazing!!
    Tiffany, Lehi, UT

  502. Rachel says:

    Rachel from South Jordan, UT.