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Despite the spring showers, outdoor activities are in full swing. Whether you’re an avid jogger, bicyclist, or prefer golfing at the club, it is peak season for all athletic sports. As with any sport, injuries may occur. Taking Savesta’s Boswellia Plus as a daily supplement can assist in supporting healthy joints and cartilage as well as the body’s natural ability to recover.
Savesta products are the purest and most potent Ayurvedic herbals ever created. All raw herbs are carefully screened for heavy metal and pesticide contamination. Additional testing is conducted on the finished extracts and the finished encapsulated products are tested then validated by independent laboratory tests.
Savesta LifeSciences new Boswellia Plus is Soy-Free, Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free and Non-GMO. In addition, Boswellia Plus comes in bottles that are easily recyclable #2 plastic, HDPE and BPA Free.
Boswellia Plus Herbal Supplement Features
- Cissus-quadrangularis – an extract that is included to support healing broken bones faster and also helps increase calcium intake, a key ingredient for bone strength
- White Willow – included in the formula as a natural aspirin
- Turmeric – part of the proprietary formula that helps support the body’s natural inflammation response
Boswellia Plus is designed to help the body recover naturally, however, it is always a good idea to practice prevention. Here are a few tips for preventing a sports injury:
- Get a preseason physical
- Be sure to warm up and stretch before beginning any sport or exercise regimen
- Eat a balanced diet and stay hydrated
- Ensure your equipment is working properly
- Get plenty of rest
For Mom Does Reviews’ readers – During the month of May, Savesta is offering Boswellia Plus at a special introductory 50% off price including shipping and handling.
Use code: off50 at checkout to receive your discount.
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