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Blessed Herbs Launches Joint Relief -- Powerful Nutrition for Joint Health

SUNRISE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 -- Blessed Herbs™ announces the launch of Joint Relief: a natural herbal supplement designed to promote comfort and flexibility for joint sufferers. Formulated by Blessed Herbs master herbalist and renowned naturopathic physician James Sullivan, Joint Relief is unique because it takes a 3-pronged approach to joint health -- restoring comfort to swollen areas, promoting mobility and stimulating the body's own joint tissue repair with synergistic nutrients derived from natural herbs.

The Science of all Natural, Doctor-Formulated Nutrition

According to National Health Interview Survey data compiled by the Center for Disease Control, more than 49 million people in the United States suffer from joint complaints. Blessed Herbs Joint Relief was formulated using the principles of naturopathic medicine to provide a comprehensive natural solution for these joint sufferers. "The herbs were selected based on their ability to act as gentle effectors and mild normalizers that in combination act as a nutritionally supportive tonic," says Doctor Sullivan. "The specific ratios and potencies of the botanical ingredients used in Joint Relief combine in three blends to impact the most common symptoms -- pain, stiffness and immobility -- while also nourishing joint tissue so that it can naturally restore its health."

A Compounded, Three-pronged Approach to Joint Relief

The Joint Comfort Blend offers fast relief from joint discomfort by helping to improve the body's inflammation response and repairing oxidative damage.* These herbs help increase circulation and expel toxins like uric acid, which can accumulate in the joints, causing painful swelling and inflammation.*

The Joint Mobility Blend helps relax muscle and nerves, regulate physical stressors, and maintain the healthy levels of joint fluid necessary for comfortable, unhindered movement.*

The Sea Vegetable Blend is made from brown algae seaweeds that contain active substances that bind with compounds in joint collagen to naturally restore and repair healthy joint tissue.* These sea vegetables are also a source of highly-absorbable calcium, which is important for bone and joint connective tissue health.*

This scientifically crafted combination of herbal ingredients makes Joint Relief from Blessed Herbs a potent supplement -- harnessing the incredible power of nature to give thousands of joint sufferers the gift of comfort, relief, and ease of movement.*

About Blessed Herbs

Blessed Herbs was founded in 1985 by herbalists seeking to share their natural path to better health with the world. Today, Blessed Herbs bridges the gap between science and natural medicine with their line of herbal supplements and detoxifying cleanses such as The Colon Cleansing Kit™ and The Internal Cleansing Kit™. From digestive health products to a new line of Natural Menopause Support remedies, the Florida-based Blessed Herbs brand uses only pure, carefully-selected, potent and safe ingredients to provide much needed relief and guidance down the path to restorative, natural health solutions. For more information on the NEW Joint Relief herbal remedy as well as other all-natural Blessed Herbs formulas to help you find your way, naturally visit www.blessedherbs.com or call 800-489-4372.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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