Boswellia and Commiphora! A runners dream cream!

HEY!! Blonde’s BFF Melly here! I wanted to tell you about this awesome new product from Boswellia and Commiphora!

After being diagnosed with tilted knee caps in both knee’s approximately 10 years ago I’ve suffered badly with deep pain in my knees.
This started to ease earlier this year when I found a new love, Running! After 6 month’s of running regularly I have found that the pain only actually affects me post run, normally occurring after running for a distance of 5 and above miles.
I was excited when Blonde told me about the Boswellia and Commiphora Christmas spice joint cream, as for some time now I’ve been having to tape my knee’s with KT tape for any run above 5 miles. With a half marathon looming, it was the perfect time to really test this product and be able to give you a legit review as to whether it works or not….
I am pleased to say after using the joint cream for 2 weeks on the lead up, I completed with the Hertfordshire Half Marathon in 2 hours and 12 minutes WITHOUT any KT tape.
This morning, adrenaline officially dispersed, I woke up with minimal pain in my knee’s when bending – safe to say – THIS SH*T WORKS.
So now, I get to smell fabulous, look fabulous (so long KT Tape) and run long distance without the fear of waking up in tremendous pain the following day. Boswellia and Commiphora is my new runners go to!

Days 1-3 I applied the cream 3-4 times daily
Day 4 and onward I applied the cream 1-2 times daily
Race day – applied 3 times.
The product smell’s great, isn’t sticky like a lot of other moisturizers and didn’t grease or discolor any of my clothing!

Boswellia & Commiphora joint rub contains two traditional Christmas spices, Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense) and Commiphora Molmol (Myrrh).
The Christmas spice joint rub was found to be AS successful at reducing pain and inflammation caused by arthritis and stiff joints as conventional NSAIDs, according to a trial by a two UK doctors.
The two spices have a long medical history of relieving the inflammation associated with rheumatic and osteopathic forms of arthritis as well as other forms of joint inflammation.

The first UK trial using this unique combination was carried out by Dr Robert Jacobs, a GP from Devon, on 30 of his arthritic patients.

Dr Jacobs says: “"In my limited experience of ‘no-drug’ joint rubs, such as tiger balm that is very popular, this one appeared to be significantly more effective for the treatment of joint inflammation either from arthritis or from strain or trauma to the joint.”

In addition, a subsequent larger trial on 80 patients was carried out on Boswellia and Commiphora joint rub by GP Dr Donald Grant. He concluded that: “The spice joint rub had a statistically significant effect both on the pain and stiffness caused by arthritis. Of those on the trial, 83% stated that they felt the cream helped them with their arthritis.”

Boswellia and Commiphora Joint Rub costs £9.95 (100ml) and is available from www.skinshop.co.uk

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