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    I have trouble with inflammation in my elbow during baseball season, especially when we have back to back games, and currently take Aleve. I also use Ice packs post game and Icy-Hot helps as well.

    What I was wondering: Is there an alternative to Aleve? I know that it isn't good to take it for long periods and the season just started. Any advice on a effective product would be greatly appreciated.

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    Fish oil has worked well for me- I have very sore knees that ache after long periods of activity. I've also found that the Reverse helps my joints out a lot too- the shilajit in it is an anti-inflammatory.
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    Try Cissus by Primaforce this is one supplement I take everyday to help prevent
    tendonitis in my elbows and omega 3 fish oils they both work well together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petey7408 View Post
    I have trouble with inflammation in my elbow during baseball season, especially when we have back to back games, and currently take Aleve. I also use Ice packs post game and Icy-Hot helps as well.

    What I was wondering: Is there an alternative to Aleve? I know that it isn't good to take it for long periods and the season just started. Any advice on a effective product would be greatly appreciated.
    I had a very similar problem about a year-and-a-half ago. This is prior to working for USPlabs. I used Osteobolin-C by AN and had decent results with it at about double dose and then I used SuperCissus Rx by USPlabs (again, prior to working for USPlabs) and had great results. These issues have not returned.

    I would obviously use fish oil supplementation as well. Keep the Aleve for the emergencies only, in my honest opinion.

    Here is more information on USPlabs SuperCissus Rx -

    USPlabs SuperCissus Rx™ = (Herbal engineered specific Cissus Quadrangularis 10%)™ = Shuttles nutrients to white tissue. Maintains a powerful, therapeutic tonic and analgesic effect!

    • Contains compounds that may work to promote tendon and ligament health.
    • Has been used for centuries in Ayruvedic system.
    • Does not contain glucosamine, choindroitin or MSM.
    • Inhibits the proliferation of cytokines, the signaling molecules that can promote painful tissue destruction!


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    Quote Originally Posted by petey7408 View Post
    I have trouble with inflammation in my elbow during baseball season, especially when we have back to back games, and currently take Aleve. I also use Ice packs post game and Icy-Hot helps as well.

    What I was wondering: Is there an alternative to Aleve? I know that it isn't good to take it for long periods and the season just started. Any advice on a effective product would be greatly appreciated.
    krillipid balance may be something to look into
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    i take everything mentioned; fish oil, aleve, super cissus rx, and i use bengay/icyhot.

    fyi, super cissus rx is the REAL DEAL!
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    My current protocol includes both cissus and boswellia extract.
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