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Did you know your chances of osteoarthritis is over 85% after the age of 70? You might be thinking “I’ve got a long way to go to 70!” but what you do NOW determines the health of your bones, cartilage and tendons later on. The tissue most at risk is the ARTICULAR CARTILAGE and your chance of getting arthritis is increased by:

  • Obesity (especially weight-bearing joints)
  • A family history of arthritis
  • Repeated insult on joints eg. jogging on tarred roads
  • Excess caffeine
  • Excess alcohol
  • Refined carbohydrates in the diet (breads, biscuits etc)

Here’s where Frame Essentials come in. This ‘recipe’ of ingredients has worked amazingly on so many of my patients over many years. It consists of 3 powerful compounds:

  1. GLUCOSAMINE (Hydrochloride & Sulphate) which:
  • Improves joint function
  • Reduces pain
  • Improves mobility and movement of joint
  • Continues to work 6 after ceasing use
  • This special sulphur helps to make chondroitin [Chondroitin sulphate = glucosamine + sulphur]
  • Increases flexibility and mobility of joints
  • Slows down cartilage degeneration significantly
  1. BOSWELLIC ACID (Indian Frankincense)
  • Reduces inflammation (swelling, pain, stiffness)
  • Improves blood supply to joints
  • Inhibits enzymes which destroy cartilage
  • Inhibits production of leukotrines which cause increased swelling
  • Acts as a natural non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) – and has been compared to and BETTER than paracetamol, aspirin, ibuprofen and Naprosyn

I first started recommending this 25 years ago, and have seen dozens of knee replacements cancelled, and pain disappear from people who take it. Taken with fish oil and Pure Hydrolysed Collagen – you have the perfect arthritis treatment – or preventative! Find all three at https://sallyanncreed.co.za/shop


You can simply click on the name of each product mentioned above (in bold) and a hyperlink will take you directly to the product for an easy purchase.

Originally published on https://www.facebook.com/SallyAnnCreedSA/ in 2020.

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