Natural joint pain relief with Flexilica

Friday 31st Aug 2012

The Bank Holiday weekend was a very busy one at Chez Collins, and I think I ended up doing a little too much and have paid for it all week.

Saturday was spent writing the letter for Sunday and negotiating the various technological pitfalls that lie in wait for me every time I set it up to send out.

Then I played a rather enjoyable round of golf with an old buddy, dodging the showers and thunderbolts that swept in off of the Bristol Channel.

Golf is one of those games that I always enjoy, but rarely get to play as it takes a full afternoon to complete and I don’t often get that sort of free time.

Modesty prevents me from telling you how well I played, but I think the handicapping committee may come down heavily on me as a result.

Once we established ourselves in the clubhouse for a well earned beverage or ‘twain’ I began to stiffen up, especially my lower back, which is a sure sign that I had overdone it.

By the time Lara arrived to collect us I was feeling the ache spreading up my ribs and across my shoulders.

I retired hurt to bed after a good long soak in the bath with a fragrant joint bomb to keep me company.

By morning the weather had improved and I knew I had to face the gardening, having neglected it for several weeks.

The mower fired up and then died after a few minutes, so it took a bit of frantic yanking on the starter cord before it resumed its smoky life once again.

The sweat was dripping from me as I attempted to turn the patch of daisies, scrub grass and Forget-me-nots into a picture perfect sward – no hope on that score.

Then, with the weeding kit, kneeling mat, hand fork and bucket at the ready and the radio on for company, I began the slow circuit of the borders.

Hacking away at the docks and clusters of Speedwell & Chickweed I began to feel rather virtuous - right until I tried to stand up.

Now it wasn’t just my back, but my poor old knees as well.

I rolled over onto my side and tried to stretch out, at which point the dog noticed me and bounded over to join in the fun!

So picture the scene, me moaning and groaning in pain, the dog leaping over and on me barking excitedly and Gardeners’ Question Time chuntering away in the background.

Pure rural bliss!

Help at hand...

Once I had persuaded the dog that his very existence depended on him retreating back indoors, I was able to stagger back into the house.

I grabbed my salvation in times of trouble – a trusty tube of Flexilica.

Now would be a good time to grab your own supply of pain relieving gel – Click Here

I have referred to this fantastic product before, many times, but I really can’t recommend it highly enough for helping to deal with a variety of self inflicted aches and pains.

Of course it really comes into its own as a natural remedy for arthritis, but it can also deal with lower grade problems like a Collins weekend injury.

The remarkable thing about this new formulation is that, despite the fact that the European Bureaucrats meddled with the original product, it has retained its potency in the face of inflammatory conditions like arthritis.

You see the nice idiots at the Medical and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) decided that one of the original ingredients was to be classed as a medicine and couldn’t be sold without prescription.

As a result the original Artrosilium was withdrawn from sale in Europe, despite the fact that it was widely used.

In keeping with everything else that the MHRA does though they failed to see that the power of Artrosilium wasn’t just because of the Meadowsweet herb that it contained but was due to the special silica in it.

Yes that’s correct, it’s all about sand.

Let me tell you about our hero...

Norbert the great...or at least the very good

Back in 1957 a researcher called Norbert Duffaut got interested in silicon. His mission was to find a form of organic silicon that could be easily absorbed by the body.

This was important because the body needs silica, which is the porous form of silicon, especially as we get older.

As we age, the silica in our bodies runs out, resulting in wrinkles, dry skin, brittle nails and bones. Silica is important ingredient in collagen - this is the glue that holds you together.

It keeps your joints and skin elastic and is vital for your joint health. It also keeps you looking and feeling younger. Glowing skin. Hard nails. Lustrous hair (well, in my case what's left of it!)

Going back to Norbert, then...

Inspired by the North African traditions, he discovered that on the surface of sand grains, micro-organisms dissolve silicon using special acids. This in turn creates a thin layer of amorphous silica.

This stuff is soluble in water, which means it can be absorbed by the human body. This was a real breakthrough.

Over the next 30 years, Duffaut developed an organic silica gel which can be easily absorbed through the skin. This way you could simply rub it on like a lotion.

So don’t let the petty fools in their ivory towers stop us from looking after ourselves naturally, slap the silica on and feel the power of Norbert’s discoveries ease those troubled joints.

Get your hands on pain relieving silica gel here – Click to find out more

 
Yours, as always

 

 

 

 

 

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