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    Steve Freides is offline Senior Member
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    Default Zyflamend - anyone using?

    I just read about an herbal anti-inflammatory called Zyflamend after reading a post from a fellow RKC who reported success in dealing with a herniated disc using this.

    Anyone else care to testify to its effectiveness or lack thereof?

    I am not in need of it particularly at the moment, but I figure since we keep Aleve and Motrin on the shelf here, might as well have this stuff, too, for the next time we need it.

    Thanks.

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    Jordan Vezina RKCTL is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Zyflamend - anyone using?

    I have been using it for years and have had many, many clients use it, all with great results. I use it consistetly as there is also some good research on prostate health benefits. Think of it more as a 'maintenance' tool than something you only use when you think you need it.

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    It is really hard on my stomach and I never have problems with my stomach but I have heard too many good reports not to give it the thumbs up...if possible try a few first and if it agrees with you I think it is good stuff.

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    Default A terrific supplement

    I have been using Zyflamend for years, on the advice of my MD (who studied with Dr. Andrew Weill), when I had an ulcer and could not tolerate any NSAIDs. Within a week or so of regular use, I began to feel noticeably better. I used to be regularly take far more than the maximum dose of ibuprofen (hence the ulcer). On Zyflamend, my need for ibuprofen or aspirin has virtually disappeared. Day to day headaches and aches/pains are just gone. It's a terrific supplement.

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    Steve Freides is offline Senior Member
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    Interesting - thanks, folks.

    Jordan, my guess is that, if you're after long-term prostate health benefits, there are likely some ingredients in Zyflamend that do that more than others - any reason you take the whole thing rather than something more prostate-specific?

    Also, in the FWIW department, I notice many people report problems with Ibuprofen, but few people seem to take one of the alternatives, Aleve (naproxen). I have had, over the years, very good results with Aleve, and I believe the long-term consequences of it are more benign than Ibuprofen. My wife, OTOH, says she simply doesn't feel Aleve works as well for here. I don't take any of these regularly but Aleve/naproxen has been my first choice until my recent experiment with Zyflamend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFreides View Post
    Interesting - thanks, folks.

    Jordan, my guess is that, if you're after long-term prostate health benefits, there are likely some ingredients in Zyflamend that do that more than others - any reason you take the whole thing rather than something more prostate-specific?

    Also, in the FWIW department, I notice many people report problems with Ibuprofen, but few people seem to take one of the alternatives, Aleve (naproxen). I have had, over the years, very good results with Aleve, and I believe the long-term consequences of it are more benign than Ibuprofen. My wife, OTOH, says she simply doesn't feel Aleve works as well for here. I don't take any of these regularly but Aleve/naproxen has been my first choice until my recent experiment with Zyflamend.

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    I started taking Zyflamend two weeks ago to help with sore elbows (poor punching technique combined with baseball and a very difficult weed eater), and it has really helped me. Started taking it on advice of Jordan V and his experience with it. I am staying on it for the time being.

    I have a very sensitive stomach and have not had any problems with taking it as long as it's with a meal. I have had some funky burps from it, though.

    Ibuprofen works well for me, but Aleve seems to not work for me at all. Not at all.

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    Jordan Vezina RKCTL is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Zyflamend - anyone using?

    Steve, I also take the nature's way prostate formula. I take the Zyflamend as a preventative because with all the steel bending my joints take a beating. I've seen a lot of people sidelined early from inflammation issues. A while back i put down 100 sixty penny nails in a row, so whatever I'm doing is working.

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