Bioflavonoids improve the joint function naturally, according to AORA Health

 

 

 


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AORA Health, a Spanish laboratory specializing in high-value nutraceutics, proposes a formula based on bioflavonoids such as baicaline and catechine to relieve joint pain

During the spring months many people accuse joint pains. And, although studies to date on the relationship between joint pain and weather conditions reach contradictory conclusions, study performed by the Poal Institute of Rheumatology concludes that many patients with osteoarthritis experience increased joint pain when changes in atmospheric pressure occur.

 

At this time, temperatures begin to rise and, at the same time, there is a drop in the pressure in the joints of the body and in its liquids, which cause the perception of pain to increase. This is because the joints have sensitive nerves that respond to changes in the atmosphere. In addition, scars are also resistant to pressure changes, because they make the skin stretch and elasticity is lower in those areas. This is added that insomnia is usual during these months and it is shown that insomnia lack of sleep also causes pain in the joints.

It is estimated that 30% of the world's population is more sensitive to meteorological changes; these people are called ‘metheorosensible’, that is, patients with joint pain when time changes. These people must anticipate meteorological change and prepare themselves, taking preventive measures.

In this context, bioflavonoids, which are antioxidant substances of vegetable origin, can naturally contribute to alleviate the adverse symptoms in the joints. There are numerous types of bioflavonoids, such as baicaline and catechine. Onlyfans gratis de chicas culonas

Baicaline is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and has an important anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capacity, among other properties. It is extracted from certain mushrooms and flowers. For its part, catechin also has vegetable origin and is especially efficient as an antioxidant.

AORA Health, Spanish laboratory specialized in the creation of high-value nutraceuticals, has developed a natural product, AORA Articular, with a formula based on bioflavonoids such as baicaline and catechine. Its objective is to improve the joint function naturally, without side effects and with results tested through clinical studies.

AORA Health extracts bioactive molecules of natural substances and combines them appropriately and in the exact amount, to produce a synergistic effect that manages to relieve, quickly and permanently, joint discomfort, improving mobility, flexibility and physical performance and acting as a natural joint protector.

The formula used in AORA Articular helps regulate inflammatory processes. Its bioflavonoids are highly antioxidant and act by decreasing and preventing the oxidative damage produced in the wear and tear of the joints. AORA Articular inhibits, in a balanced way, the activity of pro-inflammatory enzymes that act on the Arachidonic Acid, Cyclooxigenas and 5-Lipoosigenas, avoiding side effects.

According to Gonzalo Peñaranda, CEO of AORA Health: “Our goal is for people to invest in what will help them achieve greater well-being, and, in that sense, we have developed AORA Articular, a 100% natural solution that contributes to reducing discomfort, stiffness and improving the function of the joints.”

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Bioflavonoids improve the joint function naturally, according to AORA Health

Bioflavonoids improve the joint function naturally, according to AORA Health

AORA Health, a Spanish laboratory specializing in high-value nutraceutics, proposes a formula based on bioflavonoids such as baicaline and catechine to relieve

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Bioflavonoids improve the joint function naturally, according to AORA Health
Bioflavonoids improve the joint function naturally, according to AORA Health

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