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- Improve Circulation - Heart, Brain and More
- Help rid the body of toxic Uric Acid to control Gout
- Reduce Inflamation in all areas of the body
Gout occurs when uric acid builds up in the joints either because the body happens to make an over-abundance of it or has difficulty getting rid of it quickly enough – thus creating uric acid crystals. The condition typically affects men and can cause chronic pain and inflammation in one or more joints.
What are the Symptoms of Gout?
Symptoms can develop quickly and usually involve one joint – typically the toe, ankle or knee. These joints tend to appear warm and red and are extremely tender. Attacks are sometimes accompanied by a fever and can come and go for days and weeks at a time; some people will go months or years between attacks. Some patients will have just one attack, but chronic sufferers can often develop a type of gout arthritis as a result of persistent flare-ups and inflammation, which can have lasting and debilitating effects as well.
What Causes Gout?
The exact cause of gout in unknown, but it is thought to possibly be genetic, tending to occur in women post-menopause and/or in those who tend to drink more than average amounts of alcohol.
How is Gout Treated?
The production of uric acid and hence uric acid crystal manufacture can be reduced by inhibiting the action of the enzyme xanthine oxidase (XO). Currently the only XO inhibitor that is prescribed for gout is Allopurinol, which has long been known for deleterious effects when taken long-term. The good news is that 3nB has been shown to inhibit XO naturally and contribute to dissolving uric acid crystals.
- Is known to help reduce uric acid & crystal build-up in the joints.
- Is supported by clinical evidence showing it helps reduce inflammation & overall pain.
- Is backed by clinical studies showing increased mobility in patients with chronic joint pain & inflammation.
- Has been demonstrated in laboratory studies to inhibit the enzyme xanthine oxidase, which blocks the production of uric acid - the same mechanism of action exerted by the leading pharmaceutical drug, Allopurinol, only using a less harsh inhibitor with no side effects.
- Has NO known side effects or drug interactions.
- Can also work synergistically with Allopurinol – allowing many gout patients to reduce their dosages of pharmaceuticals when taken in conjunction with 3nB.