Soft Tissue Support Pack #30 Packets
Regular price $ 102.70
-Supports Healthy Tendon and Ligament Function
-Maintains Normal Inflammatory Balance
-Addresses Post-Workout Muscle Tightness
-Promotes Normal Tissue Recovery and Repair
Inflammation is a natural part of the body’s immune response, a cascade triggered to protect the body and maintain normal tissue repair. Soft Tissue Support Pack provides a full spectrum of botanicals, enzymes and micronutrient factors to maintain normal inflammatory balance and address discomfort of ligaments and tendons. Soft Tissue Support Pack includes the following supplements: 2 Traumeric capsules, 3 Vascuzyme tablets, 2 GABAnol capsules and 1 C-Flav capsule.
1 packet per day or as recommended by your health care professional. Best if taken on an empty stomach; take closer to a meal to improve tolerance.
Turmeric Root Extract (standardized to contain 95% curcumin)
Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has been shown to have strong NFkB-modulating properties and plays a crucial role in maintaining normal inflammatory balance.
Proteolytic Enzymes (as Vascuzyme)
Soft Tissue Support Pack also includes Vascuzyme, which provides the powerful enzymes bromelain, trypsin, amylase, lipase, lysozyme, cellulase and alpha chymotrypsin. This combination has been used for many years in Europe as part of a multidimensional approach for tissue repair and recovery.
Flavonoids (as C-Flav)
Quercetin, hesperidin complex, hibiscus flowers, and rutin are included in the Soft Tissue Support Pack to help support healthy capillary permeability and stabilize tendon and ligament function.
GABA and Glycine (as GABAnol)
GABA and glycine are amino acids that impart neurotransmitter activity within the central nervous system (CNS). GABA and glycine both have an inhibitory (calming) effect in the CNS promoting a sense of relaxation in the brain and body by decreasing nerve cell over-firing. Acting as major inhibitory neurotransmitters, GABA and glycine reduce excitatory activity in the brain resulting in a decrease in signals that trigger muscle spasms.