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What's your experience with Zyflamend?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 11, 2011 at 1:06 AM

I injured my wrist doing some kettle bell swings about a month ago; it still seems sore. A friend of mine recommended Zyflamend for the inflammation. What's your take on it?

It is a herbal supplement with the following ingredient list:

  • Rosemary leaf extract
  • Turmeric root extract
  • Ginger root extract
  • Holy Basil leaf extract
  • Green Tea extract
  • Hu Zhang root extract
  • Chinese Goldthread root extract
  • Barberry root extract
  • Oregano leaf extract
  • Baikal Skullcap root extract

Thanks for your input.

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Totally agree. That stuff is crazy overpriced. Just add rosemary, turmeric and ginger to your food. That's what makes up the bulk of Zyflamend. If you can get it down, you can also make a tea out of those things too.

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at 01:19 AM

If you're just looking for COX-inhibition turmeric and ginger will do it. No point in buying an expensive novelty supplement when you can just make your food tummy with spices.

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(531)

on March 11, 2011
at 04:23 AM

Totally agree. That stuff is crazy overpriced. Just add rosemary, turmeric and ginger to your food. That's what makes up the bulk of Zyflamend. If you can get it down, you can also make a tea out of those things too.

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