Inflammation is an enemy. It is a component of several health issues and discomfort. Many factors cause excess inflammation in women. Research shows specific ingredients reduce inflammation. Women’s Rush Relief is a formulation of effective, natural anti-inflammatories. It‘s designed to stop the damaging impact of inflammation and relieve pain.
Many chronic health issues and acute injuries have a common factor: inflammation exists. Inflammation can damage and deteriorate the body, weaken cartilage, impair productivity and function as well as cause discomfort. But inflammation can be greatly reduced.
Who Benefits from Women’s Rush Relief?
This Joint Health Formula is designed for women who have joint pain. But these ingredients also benefit a host of other health issues that have an inflammatory response.
Injury, Illness & Aging
If you’ve experienced an injury, especially to a joint, there’s typically inflammatory discomfort. Anti-inflammatories reduce the inflammation response and associated pain and allow healing and restore better function.
Even without injury or illness, several factors increase inflammation over time for women including age, weight, hormones, menstrual discomfort and metabolism.
If back or knee pain is limiting your function or activity level, you’re not alone. Dr. Rush’s Formula is designed for women who need support to sustain optimal function.
Many women experience hormonal migraines or headaches. The inflammatory component of headaches and migraines is painful and severely debilitating. But the right combinations and dosages of specific natural anti-inflammatories can relieve migraine pain.
Research shows turmeric as effective as one prescription migraine medication (beta-blocker class). It curtailed the inflammation response in 2 out of 3 migraine stages.  Women’s Rush Relief contains turmeric and several other supporting anti-inflammatory ingredients.
Post Workout Recovery
Are you sore a day or two AFTER a workout? This is called Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). This includes the soreness after a strenuous “leg day”, pilates, barre, and yoga. Ease the pain of inflammation naturally. Faster recuperation means less discomfort and less down-time between workouts.
Here is a lovely bonus. These ingredients also address skin inflammation and therefore offer anti-aging skin benefits. Removing skin inflammation keeps skin younger and fresher with less sagging, dullness, and fewer wrinkles. Don’t age before your time – stop inflammation in its’ tracks!
|Women’s Rush Relief contains a research-backed turmeric dosage to stop the painful inflammation stage of a headache.|
Getting Your Daily Anti-Inflammatory Dose
A diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods is a wonderful first step to feeling better. But the most effective anti-inflammatories are often lacking or completely missing from our dietary intake. Women’s Rush Relief contains effective, research-backed, natural anti-inflammatories.
Let’s examine this formulation’s contents and see independent supporting research behind the efficacy of each ingredient.
ABOUT The Capsule
Each bottle contains 60 soft gel capsules.
It is easy to swallow. I can always swallow these on the first try because they are a soft gel vegetable capsule (Cellulose). It is soft enough to squish between the fingers.
Take two capsules, preferably 20-30 minutes before a meal, with eight ounces of water.
I didn’t experience any aftertaste. There is the slightest of light spicy aroma, which makes sense considering some of the ingredients are often used as spices.
For scale, two capsules are shown below next to a nickel.
We find this formulation particularly helpful with post-workout soreness. Instead of taking Advil after regular workouts, we find this formulation a particularly helpful and safe remedy to DOMS.
It is easy to use. We try to regularly incorporate ginger and turmeric into smoothies. But even when fresh turmeric is available, it is time-consuming to grate it. Women’s Rush Relief gives all the benefits without the work.
Headaches are painful and disruptive. This formula reduces the frequency, duration, and intensity of hormonally influenced headaches. Most prescription migraine medications have undesirable side effects. Finding a natural remedy that is as effective as some prescription migraine medicines is an exciting find for headache sufferers.
I am also pleased to reduce my Advil or ibuprofen intake in favor of an equally effective natural treatment for general aches and pains.
Aside from feeling generally better and gaining a faster recuperation from my post-workout soreness, my skin has a lovely glow!
|Research shows the combination of bromelain, turmeric, and quercetin work synergistically for maximum efficacy & optimal results|
A Supplement to Function Optimally
Why live with discomfort? Don’t let an old injury, a headache or other health problems keep you from being as active as possible. Natural anti-inflammatories are a safe way to cope with a range of issues without the side effect profile of over-the-counter NSAIDS or prescription medications.
WHERE TO FIND IT
Find Women’s Rush Relief by Dr. Benjamin Rush at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WFW97HK?ref=myi_title_dp
Also get 15% off all of Dr. Rush’s formulas with code: DRRUSH15
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