Today’s we are taking note and keen to take control. We want to keep active to stay healthy and get the most out of life. Strong bones & joints & healthy heart are vital to ensure that we can maintain an on-the-go lifestyle.
In general, aging causes stiffness in joints and decreased mobility. Worst case scenario is the onset of osteoporosis, joint inflammation or osteoarthritis which restricts movement and prevent the pursuit of an active lifestyle. The bone and joint health issue might be one of the non-life-threatening health conditions that affected our quality of life the most.
According to the Centers for Disease Control’s report, leading causes of disability in the U.S. are joint pain, 1/3rd of American are suffering from joint pain and the shocking truth is 30% of male, 55% of female and 15% of children also 45% of obsessed people and 35% of normal weight people are highly affected.
Osteoporosis is common
Osteoporosis affects an estimated 75 million people in Europe, the USA and Japan. With an aging global population, this figure could double over the next fifty years.
Studies suggest that approximately one in two women and up to one in four men aged 50 and older will break a bone due to osteoporosis.
What is Osteoporosis?
Bone mass decreases after 35 years old, and bone loss occurs more rapidly in women after menopause.
Osteoporosis is a disorder of the bones in which the bones become brittle, weak, and easily damaged or broken. A decrease in the mineralization and strength of the bones over time causes Osteoporosis.
What is Osteoarthritis?
Osteoarthritis is a condition that affects your joints. The surfaces within your joints become damaged so the joint doesn’t move smoothly. During Osteoarthritis, some of the cartilage covering the ends of the bones gradually roughens, become thin & the bones underneath thickens.
Stage of knee Osteoarthritis
In normal joints, a firm, rubbery material called cartilage covers the end of each bone. Cartilage provides a smooth, gliding surface for joint motion & acts as a cushion between the bones.
In Osteoarthritis, the cartilage breaks down, causing pain, swelling and problems moving the joint. As Osteoarthritis worsens over time, bones may break down and develop growths called spurs.
In the finals stages of Osteoarthritis, the cartilage wears away and bone rubs against bone leading to joint damage & pain.
What causes a Joint Pain & Osteoporosis
Why is everybody switching to Botanic Health?
Botanic Health is our revolutionary, natural stem cell & multi-mineral ingredients and suitable for vegetarian. Clinically proven to improve bone and joint health, this unique formulation enables you to enjoy mobile life.
Improves bone and joint health
Protect and repair Bones & Cartilage
Reduce Pain & Inflammation
Increase & sustain physical movements
Lower cholesterol & blood pressure, improve cardiovascular health
One of the roles of parathyroid hormone PTH is to make calcium available in the body. It does this by taking calcium from the bone. Therefore, a reduction in PTH levels following calcium supplementation may protect against calcium leaching from bone. In a normal person with normal parathyroid glands, their parathyroid glands will turn on and off dozens of times per day, in an attempt to keep the calcium level in the normal range so our brain and muscles function properly. This short study investigated the effect of Botanic Health on parathyroid hormone (PTH) and found that Botanic Health reduced PTH levels for significantly longer than either calcium carbonate or placebo, which reduces the loss of calcium from bone.
It is known that post-menopausal women are at risk of bone loss.Therefore, the longer term effects of Botanic Health on parathyroid (PTH) levels in postmenopausal women were investigated. When the calcium in the blood is too low, PTH hormone is increased in order to restore the blood calcium level by taking the calcium from the bone. Therefore, a reduction in PTH levels following calcium supplementation may protect against calcium leaching from bone. According to a study, long term calcium supplementation decreases serum PTH, bone resorption and bone loss.
Riggs, B.L., O’Fallon, W.M., Muhs, J., O’Connor, M.K., Kumar, R., and Melton III, L.J., 1998. Long-Term Effects of Calcium Supplementation on Serum Parathyroid Hormone Level, Bone Turnover, and Bone Loss in Elderly Women. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 13(2), 168-174.WHO, 2003. Prevention and Management of Osteoporosis. Report of a WHO Scientific Group. Switzerland: Geneva.
Lithothamnion Seaweed is a natural mineral source produced from calcareous marine red algae (Lithothamnion sp.), harvested from the North Atlantic seabed from clear, pollution free, mineral rich Atlantic waters.
It contain unique Marine Multimineral Complex, providing Bioactive Calcium, Magnesium and 72 other trace Marine Minerals.
This Marine Multimineral Complex is derived from 100% seaweed, which absorbs trace minerals from the surrounding seawater. This form of absorption, coupled with its highly-porous structure, results in a mineral rich product that is easily absorbed by the human body.
Higher mineral content than land vegetables
Mangosteens are rich in poolyphenols and flavanoids, especially xanthones, which is found in only a few tropical plants.
A clinical study involved 24 volunteers that consist of elderly and athletes suffered from connective tissue inflammation. Xantones from mangosteen fruit have been demonstrated to alleviate joint discomfort for both elderly and athlete group. The result shows a significant pain reduction of 50% by elderly group and 31% by athlete group within 5 days. Mangosteen fruit extract significantly downregulate TNF-α release in the circulation resulting in a decreased inflammatory response and lowered down inflammation associated pain.
Blue Green Algae
The world’s first natural stem cell enhancer
Proven by clinical studies 12-15
Promote renewal of cells
Stregthen immune system
Pomegranate contains the highest antioxidant capacity, exerting significant antiatherogenic, antioxidant, antihypertensive, and anti-inflammatory effects 16
Contains antioxidants flavonols, which act as anti-inflammatory agents in the body
Contains antioxidants polyphenols promote cardiovascular health, including healthy blood pressure levels, decrease on the progression of atherosclerosis, reduction in cholesterol and atherosclerotic levels 17
Concentrated with Vitamin B6, C, K, fiber, folate, potassium and phosphorus.
Black ginger is loaded with flavonoids especially high amount of antioxidants polymethoxyflavonoids (PMF) which show strong activating effect on longevity genes, resulting in greater anti-aging effect.
Orthosiphon (Misai Kuching)
Beneficial for prevention and management of rheumatoid arthritis
Proven by clinical studies 18
You need Botanic Health if you are one of them
Got Questions? Sweet! We’ve got answers.
Where is Botanic Health formulated?
It is a brand new formulation from Ireland.
How long could I see the results?
The results could be seen after 10 days of consumption.
Why should I choose Botanic Health rather than other supplementation like Glucosamine, Chondroitin, or high-calcium milk products?
Botanic Health is more than just a supplement that helps alleviate ache or replenish calcium. It also helps to enhance bone density as well as promote bone health, preserve bone and joint, repair cartilage and replenish collagen.ity flavor, everyone like it.
Is there any side effect if I take Botanic Health in long term?
No. Consuming Botanic Health in long term will help protect and improve bone and joint.
How to consume?
Easy! Mix 1 sachet into 200ml of warm water and consume with breakfast / lunch / dinner daily.
You are never too young or too old to protect your bones. Now is the time to take action!
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