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What can I take to relieve joint pain and be less susceptible to tendinitis? I’ve recently gone into menopause and have Graves’ disease.

If the pain started with the onset of menopause, I recommend a rhodiola extract, which treats the underlying cause by working on menopause symptoms and inflammation.

Next, you can regularly take A.Vogel Stinging Nettle to help eliminate the acids that cause joints to deteriorate, redistribute calcium (deposits on the tendons in cases of tendinitis) and reduce inflammation.

If you’re still experiencing pain by the time the two products reach their full effectiveness (a few weeks), take A.Vogel Joint Pain Relief as needed. It’s a powerful anti-inflammatory that doesn’t come with the side effects associated with synthetic anti-inflammatories. Click here for more information about menopause.

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