Joint pain refers to discomfort, pain, and soreness in any of the body’s joints. Arthritis affects over 350 million people globally. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting many people irrespective of the age. It is often characterized by the breakdown of cartilage tissues thereby causing pain, stiffness, and loss of movement.
TurQjoint Plus is a is a combination of botanical ingredients that provide nutrients to support joint function and vitality of bone cartilages.
Why TurQjoint Plus
- Turjoint Plus is an innovative, patent pending formulation novel food supplement containing extracts from turmeric, frankincense, ginger, and cinnamon that has shown potential in helping patients suffering from arthritis
- Inspired from Ayurveda and incorporated with modern drug delivery technology it offers complete holistic care for the joints
- Completely Natural, vegan friendly with unique synergistic formulation
- It is effective at a very low dose with maximal health benefits
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The combination of the herbal ingredients helps to inhibit leukotriene production (responsible for inflammation), thus inhibiting inflammation. It also allows and encourages easy absorption and enhanced bioavailability of ingredients which helps to give quick relief.
It is good for people with joint issues, active sports persons, health enthusiasts & elderly
This formula combines ingredients with multiple mechanisms of action to support a healthy inflammation response in various joints like knees, back and neck. The botanicals curcumin and boswellia also support healthy anti-inflammatory pathways.
Yes, the product contains natural botanical extracts, and is totally safe, with no negative side effects.
No, our product does not contain NSAIDS.
Most of the NSAIDs may help in relieving pain, but do not give indications on the mobility, joint function and metabolic pathways that often lead to Osteoporosis.
No, TurQjoint Plus contains Boswellia serrata which is not recommended for Pregnant women.
For best results, please continue for 3 months or as directed by healthcare professional.
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