HAIOTB Inflammation Syn3rgy (Turmeric, Pine Bark, Ginger Root) - 60 Capsules

$ 28.00

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When it comes to supplements, some ingredients work much better, in the presence of other foods/supplements. That is certainly the case with Turmeric, Pine Bark and Ginger. Odds are you already know about Turmeric and Ginger when it comes to inflammation (and we'll remind you about them below :-) but let us tell you about Pine Bark. It's a rock star!

1 - Pine Bark
Pine bark extract comes from a specific type of pine tree; the French Maritime pine tree which grows in Europe. A standardized extract of 95% proanthocyanidins from pine bark extract does something to your body most other pine barks can’t do. It bathes your cells in phytochemicals, called proanthocyanidins, known to have potent antioxidant qualities. 
Research indicates Proanthocyanidins don’t just neutralize the potential harm of free radicals, but actively scour your body for free radicals so they can inhibit their negative health effects. And if you know much about inflammation you know how important it is to support your body’s free radical fighting capabilities. If your body experiences episodes in which inflammation isn’t contained damage to critical cellular systems may occur. Which is why adding pine bark extract into your diet helps to ensure excess free radicals don’t compromise your body’s natural response to inflammation.

2 - Turmeric Extract (C3 Complex, 95% curcuminoids)
Dr. Wiggy has written about this before, so you know that you want Turmeric that is formulated for maximum curcuminoids. Our blend has that with 95% curcuminoids. Curcumin is a powerful antioxidant which will fight free radicals and will help benefit inflammatory conditions.

3 - Ginger Root
Ginger, like turmeric, is one of the few foods/spices that alternative health practitioners would classify as a “superfood.”  Ginger delivers two compounds shown to positively affect inflammation. They are gingerol and shogoal. These compounds help moderate inflammation in the body. Part of the way ginger does this is by helping to protect cells from inflammation causing free radicals.  Ginger also helped to preserve one of the most important antioxidants in the body, glutathione which allows for more cellular protection.

While it’s easy to see why pine bark extract is great at helping improve your body’s response to inflammation you won’t often hear people tell you it’s an incomplete supplement for inflammation support. We believe it’s best taken with two of nature’s top supplements for inflammation support, ginger and turmeric. Best of all, each of these 3 ingredients work on different inflammation pathways so they form a comprehensive shield against unhealthy inflammation.

When all three are combined, even at relatively low levels, they work together. So just 1-2 capsules daily is all it takes to get real, noticeable effects.


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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Capsule
Servings per container: 60

Amount per Serving %DV*
Turmeric Extract (C3 Complex, 95% curcuminoids) 250 mg **
Pine bark extract (95% proanthocayanidins)     100 mg **
Ginger Root Extract  150 mg **
**Daily Value (DV) not established.

Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose and Vegetarian Capsule

Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule twice daily or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

Caution: Before taking this dietary supplement, please consult with your healthcare provider if you are pregnant/nursing, have a known medical condition, or are taking any medications.


Store tightly closed in a cool, dry place.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.