Zyflamend Review – Does it Work as an Anti-Inflammatory?
by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted
My Personal Experience with New Chapter’s Zyflamend for Internal Inflammation
I read the book, the inflammation response, and felt it made a great deal of sense. Basically, the book suggests that a lot of conditions have internal inflammation at the root of them. After reading the Inflammation Response, I went in search of a natural anti-inflammatory product, to see if it would make a difference in the way I felt.
Specifically, I wondered if a natural anti-inflammatory formula could help with joint pain and muscle tension. I received a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis decades ago. Though I never took that diagnosis on, I also respect the tendency in myself to hold stress in tension and joints which has resulted in a pretty chronic challenge with joint and muscle pain.
Intriqued by the idea that an anti-inflammatory formula might make a difference, I made a trip into town and started reading labels at Green Life.
I came across the Zyflamend formulas and noted the ingredients, most of which I had used separately with at least fair to good result. I wondered about the synergy ….There were additionally a few ingredients I didn’t know, such as Chinese Goldthread and Hu Zhang. There were enough good ingredients with which I had previous experience, to justify trying Zyflamend. After trying this anti-inflammatory formula for a month, I decided to write the Zyflamend review you will be reading below.
Herbs in Zyflamend:
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Holy Basil Leaf
Green Tea Leaf
Hu Zhang Root and Rhizome
Chinese Goldthread Root
Does Zyflamend Work?
I can honestly say this is one of the best natural anti-inflammatory formulas I have ever tried. I use MSM on a regular basis and, as I said before, had tried oregano, tumeric, holy basil, etc. separately but this particular combination works incredibly well for me. I noticed a marked reduction in joint and muscle pain the morning after I had taken Zyflamend for the first time.
They also make a Zyflamend P.M. which I purchased as well but I don’t like it because it contains valerian. Me and valerian go way back, actually. I keep trying formulas with valerian root, because so many of the herbal formulas for sleep contain it, and they never worked for me until I figured something out… for valerian to work, I needed to take it consistently for several weeks. If I just took it here and there, I would wake up after 3 or 4 hours sleep and wouldn’t be able to get back to sleep. Then, I’d feel hung over the next day.
I can recommend Zyflament for internal inflammation and also feel that the ingredients will be helpful in modulating inflammation response in ways that may be helpful for cardiovascular health too, though that isn’t suggested by the company that manufactures the product.
In addition, because it contains oregano, I take extra if I feel that I’m coming down with a cold. I’ve used oregano for years, to ward off colds and flu and feel that the synergistic blend in Zyflamend may be even more powerful for that purpose than taking oregano alone. Again, just my opinion and not anything the company suggests.
If you have joint problems or are catching the flu, you should see the healthcare professional of your choice.
The same advice holds true if you are researching alternative support for coping with prostate cancer or breast cancer. Though some of the ingredients in Zyflamend are being studied in relation to cancer, this product is not promoted as any type of cancer treatment or as replacement for any needed medical evaluation and treatment.
I tried to find the book,
The Inflammation Response, but couldn’t so I may have the title wrong on that. One that seems to be about internal inflammation and the role of inflammation in disease, is
The Inflammation Syndrome: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Allergies, and Asthma (Paperback), also available on Amazon.