There are many methods to achieve joint relief, though some are dependent on what the source of the pain is. In the case of minor sprains and injuries, for example, a cold compress can help dull the pain, while a warm compress should be used if the joint is stiff, or if the pain comes from the muscles around the joint. Again, it is best to know the reason for the pain, in order to find the right remedy.
In the case of arthritis, basic methods such as warm or cold compresses can provide immediate, but not long-lasting relief. Liniments, essential or herbal oils can provide relief as well, and in some cases last longer, though other methods are often used to provide joint relief from arthritis.
Kaprex provides a safer option for effective joint relief. This proprietary combination of selected plant components influences kinase signaling and the formation of certain substances that are associated with minor pain. Clinical testing suggests that Kaprex may offer a high degree of predicted cardiovascular, gastric, renal, and liver safety.
Natural supplements are often one of the most recommended means to treat arthritis naturally. Omega-3 supplements are popular, as the substance is known to be an excellent anti-inflammatory. Glucosamine and chondroitin supplements may also be used, as these help rebuild damaged connective tissue, which helps relieve the pain of arthritis.
Whichever the reason for the joint pain, and whatever source for joint relief you may use, you will want to keep in mind any possible side-effects from the method you choose. In addition, if the pain is recurring or intense, make sure you consult with your doctor to ensure that you get the right diagnosis and treatment you need.
Kaprex works through a safer, "upstream" mechanism. It reduces the excessive formation of the PGE2-producing enzymes, rather than inhibiting their activity. It does this at the gene level. It appears to actually reduce the message to the genes to manufacture the enzyme! This makes all the difference in production of gastrointestinal injury. The net effect is that Kaprex is active in joint tissues without affecting the gastrointestinal tract. Kaprex has been tested in a model cell system to assess its potential for negative impact on the gastrointestinal lining. It was found to be very safe.