Grandma’s Herbs – Joint Effects
(Naturopathic Formula for Healthy Joints)
(100 Capsules – 585 mg)
Joint Effects – A Naturopathic Formula for the Maintenance of Healthy Joints:
JOINT EFFECTS is a Naturopathic formula designed to promote healthy joint functions. It contains several amino acids that all work toward superior joint health. One of the ingredients, HYALURONIC ACID is used in the United States after surgery to promote quicker more complete healing.
This is one of our newer products and it’s already getting great reviews!!!
To summarize JOINT EFFECTS is properly named. All of the ingredients promote strength, lubrication and range of motion. Joints are the part of the body that keep us moving, working and playing. Joint soreness can debilitate even the strongest of the strong. Start taking care of your joints today with Grandma’s Herbs JOINT EFFECTS.
What’s Included: One Bottle of Herbs JOINT EFFECTS – 100 Capsules – 585 mg
- Has ingredients that lubricate, build and maintain healthy joint function.
- This all naturopathic formula is good for healthy joint function.
- The Omega 3,6,9 fatty acids have been found in European studies to improve joint health. It has been proven that in order to receive the beneficial effects of omega-3,6,9 fatty acids, individuals must take larger quantities than what is possible to get through diet alone.
- This formula also contains many amino acids that contribute to healthy joints.
- AND to top this formula off we have also included HYALURONIC ACID…
- We also use high grade vitamins B and C along and minerals like manganese and copper.
Recommendation: Take (3) capsules each morning and night for 5 days. Take (3) capsules each morning thereafter. (More if needed)
Ingredients: Omega 3,6,9 Fatty Acids, Glutamic Acid, Aspartic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid, L-Glycine, L-Glutamine, L-Arginine, L-Threonine, L-Proline, L-Histidine, Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), Vitamin C, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate
Most people think of joint pain as being something that only the elderly suffer from. That’s simply not true. Joint pain is a problem that can exist for people of all ages. A young person might suffer from pain in their joints that all of our grandmas called growing pains. This is an occurrence that seems to accompany growing spurts. One example of pretty severe joint pain in a growing adolescent is Osgood-Schlatter disease. It is an inflammation of the area just below the knee where the tendon from the kneecap (patellar tendon) attaches to the shinbone (tibia).
Later in life we experience joint pain from injuries and other activities. All of the hiking, snow boarding/ skiing, running and team sports that we participate in cause extreme wear and tear on our joints. It is common for an active twenty or thirty something person to complain about their aching joints after a hard workout, competition or fast moving activity.
Then we get to the most common of joint complaints. The swelling and soreness that comes from arthritis. There are several different types of arthritis. First lets establish a definition. Arthritis: ar·thri·tis -/ – noun – painful inflammation and stiffness of the joints. One would think that only old people suffer from the pain associated with arthritis. Generally speaking arthritis is an auto-immune disease that causes inflammation and pain.
According to the Arthritis Foundation There are eight different auto-immune diseases that deliver arthritic pain. Below we have listed five of them.
- In osteoarthritis (OA), the protective cartilage inside the joint breaks down. This makes movement of affected joints more difficult and painful. In time, bones of the joint may rub directly against one another, causing severe pain.
- In rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the joints and other organs are attacked by the body’s own immune system. The immune system normally protects a person from viruses, bacteria and other invaders. In people with autoimmune diseases like RA, it becomes overactive and attacks healthy tissue.
- Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is an autoimmune inflammatory disease in which the immune system attacks the body, causing inflammation and pain. PsA affects the joints, causing arthritis; the connective tissue where tendons or ligaments attach to bones, causing enthesitis; and the skin, causing psoriasis.
- Back pain can be a symptom of several forms of arthritis and related conditions, including ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis and fibromyalgia. Most back pain, however, is the result of some type of injury, such lifting or bending improperly, a sports injury or an automobile accident.
Other Musculoskeletal Pain:
- Soft-tissue rheumatic conditions can also cause pain. In these conditions, muscles, connective tissues such as tendons and ligaments, and bursae become inflamed and painful. Read more about musculoskeletal pain and its treatments in
There are lifestyles that provide a healthy way to stave off the pains and the debilitating loss of ROM (Range of Motion). Exercise is one of the most important regimens that a person needs to establish before the pain gets too bad. Weight-bearing exercises are some of the most important. Other exercises include stretching and aerobic. The best advice the can be given to a person who has joint aches and pains is to warm up with some stretching exercises, spend twenty minutes using weights to strengthen the muscles that support the sore joints then a brisk walk or jog to finish off the exercise session.
There are supplements that are being studied and proven to provide joint comfort:
Omega 3, Omega 6 and Omega 9 Fatty Acids:
- Omega-3 fatty acid intake is associated with the improvement of rheumatoid arthritis, as omega-3 metabolites inhibit the production of inflammatory cytokines responsible for arthritic pain (Zainal et al. 2009). Supplementation with EPA and DHA is effective against arthritic pain as well as other symptoms, including joint stiffness (Goldberg and Katz 2007).
- The result of this study in which HA was administered orally over a 12-month period revealed a possibility that HA may alleviate knee OA symptoms in relatively young subjects in the early phase of the study period. In our study, the subjects’ symptoms improved gradually during the study period in both the HA and placebo groups, as observed in previous studies.
- [ Nagaoka I, Nabeshima K, Murakami S, et al. 2010;1(5):817–827. [PubMed]
- [Kalman DS, Heimer M, Valdeon A, Schwartz H, Sheldon E. Effect of a natural extract of hyaluronic acid on pain relief and quality of life in subjects with knee osteoarthritis: a pilot randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial. Nutrition Journal. 2008;7(1, article 3) [PMC free article] [PubMed]
- This is the precursor to glucosamine. Glucosamine is a very well know supplement that has been associated with joint health and maintenance.
- Glutamic Acid is currently being studied as a beneficial supplement for people with Osteoarthritis in the knee. The results are still pending.
Testimonial: “I was so skeptical of trying another product for my joint pain and flexibility after trying other products with no success. I was beginning to wonder if I was mentally setting myself up to fail. So I was pleasantly surprised when Grandma’s Herbs JOINT EFFECTS worked for me! I am recommending this product to everyone I know with joint issues!”