Tag : nsaids
Tag : nsaids
Most people are familiar with over-the-counter, nonprescription NSAIDs, which is short for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. As their name suggests, NSAIDs are drugs that are used to reduce inflammation and provide pain relief. Aspirin and ibuprofen are two of the most common NSAIDs today, and we can probably assume that you have had some firsthand experience with at least one of these.
But here’s the thing: NSAIDs do not come without their fair share of risks. While side effects vary from drug to drug, it is not uncommon for people to experience the following side effects:
Of course, we aren’t here to criticize the usage of NSAIDs. Plenty of people have already done it and plenty of others will do it again. Instead, what we would like to offer you today is a healthier and safer alternative to NSAIDs.
Unlike NSAIDs, systemic enzymes are completely safe and free from side effects. As a result, overdosing on them is impossible. The key difference between NSAIDs and systemic enzymes is that the latter do not fall under the drug category. In other words, they originate from natural sources.
When taken in “blends”, systemic enzymes work throughout your body to target certain conditions while enhancing your overall health. However, what systemic enzymes are mostly known for (and rightly so, if we can permit) is their anti-inflammatory and anti-clotting properties that stem from their need to keep the blood free of fibrin, dead tissue debris and any other cellular toxins that may litter it.
Because systemic enzymes are able to block the release of pain producing amines, they are often used to treat a number of painful conditions that are usually treated with NSAIDs. Headaches, sport injuries and rheumatic arthritis are only a few examples.
While systemic enzymes do take some time to work their way around your body, that doesn’t make them automatically inferior to NSAIDs. Unlike NSAIDs, systemic enzymes do not have to be taken only when they absolutely need to be taken. They can be taken any time, and their benefits extend a lot further and last a lot longer as well.
If you are interested in experiencing those benefits yourself, don’t wait until it’s too late. As the saying goes, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
So next time you suffer from one of those pesky migraines, will you be turning to ibuprofen or systemic enzymes for relief?
Categories: Systemic Enzymes