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Royal Honey for Arthritis Pain

jesper-aggergaard-495757-unsplashIf you or a loved one suffers from arthritis, you know how debilitating joint pain can be. And, if you’re like a lot of people, you most likely treat your pain with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medication.

NSAIDs are the most commonly-used pain relievers in the world. In fact, most painkillers on the market today are NSAIDs. Some are over-the-counter (OTC) while others require a prescription from your doctor.

But here’s the truth about both types of NSAIDs…

While they might do a good job of temporarily decreasing your arthritis pain, NSAIDs come with some pretty horrific side effects.

For instance, studies have shown that NSAIDs increase the risk of heart failure and stroke by nearly 20%. And, this risk directly rises with the amount of NSAIDs taken. So, if you’re popping back Advil like there’s no tomorrow just to get through your day, you’re upping your chances of having a heart attack or stroke!

But that’s not all, NSAIDs are also notorious for causing ulcers and internal bleeding. And they don’t just damage your stomach but also your esophagus and small intestine. According to gastroenterologist Byron Cryer, MD, a spokesperson for the American Gastroenterological Association, more than half of all bleeding ulcers are caused by NSAIDs.

But wait, there’s more bad news…

According to research published in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, NSAIDs can damage your kidneys and, with long-term use, even cause renal failure.

Some people also experience allergic reactions to NSAIDs, becoming short of breath. And, if you suffer from asthma, this can become a critically dangerous reaction.

Royal Honey – A Safe Alternative Treatment for Arthritis Pain

If you’re feeling a bit scared after reading about the dangerous side effects of NSAIDs I’ve got some good news. There is a safer and more effective alternative for treating your arthritis, and it’s called Royal Honey.

boris-smokrovic-174784-unsplashRoyal Honey, also called Royal Jelly or “bee’s milk,” is a creamy liquid secreted from special glands of worker bees. Baby bees get to eat Royal Honey for the first few days after they are born. After that, there is only one bee that gets to eat the stuff, and that’s the Queen Bee.

It’s what’s in Royal Honey that allows the Queen Bee to grow to be 50% larger that the average bee and also live 50 times longer. Seriously. Worker bees live about six weeks while the Queen Bee lives six years. That’s a HUGE difference!

So, what does Royal Honey have to do with arthritis?

Well, seeing the amazing affects Royal Honey has on Queen Bees, researchers decided to take a look at the chemical composition of this creamy substance. And they found something pretty amazing.

Beyond the amino acids, vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, DNA and RNA that Royal Honey offers, they discovered another compound called “10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid” or 10H2DA to make it a bit easier to pronounce.

The researchers found that 10H2DA blocks two pathways of pro-inflammatory signals. Inflammation is basically your body’s response to an attack or injury. If you get a cut, your body will use inflammation to help heal it.

When you get an arthritis attack, your brain sends a signal to send inflammation to your joints to “protect” them. What’s the result? Pain and stiffness. Long-term repeated attacks can lead to eventual joint damage and even disability.

But Royal Honey benefits your body by calming these attacks. AND, it does so in a completely safe and natural way. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather eat some delicious honey that’s good for me, instead of popping pills that can give me a heart attack, stroke, bleeding ulcer or kidney disease!

If you’d like to try Royal Honey for yourself, then you’ll want to try the absolute best honey on the market. Golden Royal Honey is the most powerful honey you can buy.

If you have any questions about how Royal Honey can benefit your health and the health of your family, contact us. We’d love to answer any questions you may have.