Bursitis

Inflammation of the bursa or sack-like cavity, which contains a lubricating liquid between the joints, muscles and bones making movement easier by lessening friction.
 
Symptoms
-    Soreness and pain limiting movement.
-    Inflammation in joints, muscles, tendons and bones.
-    Fluid collects in small sacks between joints and muscles, mainly in the shoulders, elbows and knees.
 
Causes
-    Blows
-    Strained muscles
-    Tight shoes
-    Irritation caused by calcium deposits inside the bursas of the joints
-    Stress
-    Nutritional deficiency
 
Suggested Treatment
1.    In chronic cases, bursitis can be operated on.
2.    Vitamins A, B, C & E.
3.    Rest.
4.    Rub area with Aloe Vera & Eucalyptus Lotion.
 
Products
A-Beta-CarE Softgels.  2 daily, 1 with each meal.  Powerful anti-oxidant, repairs and maintains body tissue.
 
B12 plus Tablets.  2 tablets daily for 7 - 10 days, 1 with each meal.  Reduce to 3 times a week for 2 or 3 weeks, then lower to once a week for 2 more weeks.  This will let the calcium deposits that caused the Bursitis be absorbed by the body.
 
Aloe Vera Gel (juice).  120 -180ml daily, 60ml before each meal.  Anti-inflammatory, pain-inhibitor, cell regenerator, nutritious.
 
Absorbent-C Tablets.  4 to 6 tablets a day, 2 with each meal.  Powerful anti-oxidant, strengthens immune system.
 
Aloe Heat Lotion.  Daily.  Anti-inflammatory and pain inhibitor.
 
 
 
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