Inflamma-Less is a joint health formula that claims to reduce joint pain and inflammation--common problems caused by rheumatoid arthritis, a degenerative disease. Containing Ayurvedic plants, enzymes, and more importantly, tissue-supporting ingredients, Inflamma-Less doesn't only claim to target joint pain--it also claims to improve joint mobility and the health of the tissue surrounding the joints, reducing further pain. Used regularly, this supplement claims it can reduce joint pain while increasing flexibility and mobility, fighting the signs of most arthritic diseases.
Inflamma-Less contains vitamin C, zinc, fish oil, Indian Frankincense extract, turmeric extract, hesperidin complex, quercitin, ginger extract, resveratrol, bromelain, chymotrypsoin, pancreatin, papain, trypsin, and a proprietary blend of Bioperine black pepper extract and ginger extract.
Preliminary research suggests one of its ingredients may reduce inflammation caused by arthritis, a painful joint disease. According to a 2007 study published in the journal of Arthritis and Rheumatism, turmeric was shown to completely prevent joint swelling in rats diagnosed with arthritis, though there was no data available on the pain it reduced, if any. Some experts claim this is irrefutable proof turmeric could potentially stop arthritis, though the study's researchers emphasizes this is a preliminary study, and not a guarantee it will prevent arthritis inflammation in humans. Few of Inflamma-Less's other ingredients have been shown to reduce joint pain or inflammation.
Yes. Many of the ingredients in Inflamma-Less have been shown to be clinically safe for regular use, even for diabetics. There are also few medical interactions.
The ingredients in Inflamma-Less have only been shown to reduce joint inflammation in animals, not humans. It's also unclear if it can help reduce joint pain.