How Can Systemic Enzyme Therapy Alleviate Arthritis?

In Canada alone, thousands of people now suffer from joint pains and rheumatic diseases of the likes of arthritis. In the USA, they can be counted by the millions.

When people think of “rheumatic” they usually think of “rheumatic arthritis” — probably because this is the most common disease associated with the term “rheumatic”. The truth, however, is that there are a staggering number of rheumatic diseases. More than 100, according to many reliable sources. And do you know what they all share in common?

Inflammation.

If you have read some of our earlier articles, then this really shouldn’t come as a surprise. Inflammation is behind a worrisome number of diseases and conditions. It is behind so many, in fact, that some people have completely forgotten what inflammation is supposed to do in the first place: Namely, to kick-start the body’s healing process. (So yes, it is good!)

In the case of rheumatic diseases like rheumatic arthritis, chronic inflammation is the result of the immune system misreading chemical signals and causing damage instead of protection. (In other words, this is not good AT ALL.) Because the immune system is trapped in a vicious cycle from which it can’t escape, chronic inflammation settles and rheumatic arthritis worsens over time.

In recent years, however, the use of systemic enzyme therapy to alleviate the symptoms of rheumatic arthritis is a concept that has garnered quite a bit of attention in the medical field. It is mostly due to systemic enzymes’ anti-inflammatory properties — the latter of which have been the subject of many studies over the last two decades or so. However,  it can also be attributed to systemic enzymes’ analgesic effects. As you may remember from an earlier article, systemic enzymes reduce the number of pain-inducing molecules, something which would eventually alleviate the pain associated with arthritis and other rheumatic disorders.

If you are currently suffering from arthritis or another rheumatic related disease, then we encourage you to give systemic enzyme therapy a try. Unless you are on a blood thinning medication, systemic enzyme therapy is completely safe and free from side effects.

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