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Arthritis RELIEF Found in This Unexpected Flower

Having arthritis is like getting hit with a one-two punch.

First there’s painful aches and swelling in your joints.

Then, there’s the agony of choosing between treatments like addictive opioids or risky surgeries.

Fortunately, there’s a better option.

A new study reveals a powerful flower secret that can make your arthritis pain VANISH.

And there are absolutely NO drugs or surgeries required.

Rose hips – the fleshy pink bulbs that grow beneath rose flowers – are one of underground medicine’s best kept secrets.

They’re packed with beneficial anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that can relieve pain, swelling and stiffness.

What’s more? Rose hips are scientifically prove to relieve both rheumatoid and osteoarthritis.

In one study, rheumatoid arthritis patients given 5 grams of powdered rose hips every day for six months experienced significantly improved quality of life and physical function.

Plus, an analysis of three studies showed that rose hip powder reduced osteoarthritis pain, improved hip movement, and even doubled the patients’ ability to respond to other therapies.

Rose hips work because they are rich in salicylic acid, the organic compound synthesized to make aspirin.

This compound inhibits the pro-inflammatory enzymes COX-1 and LOX – two of the key villains behind your arthritis pain.

This is the same function of NSAIDs. Except rose hips work without the toxic risks and dangerous side effects.

Rose hips are also rich in the carotenoids beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, lutein, and lycopene. Plus, they contain high levels of the powerful antioxidant vitamin C.

These properties inhibit the inflammation that causes your arthritis pain.

You can opt for fresh rose hips, rose hip jellies and jams, or even rose hip tea from your local health food store.

Or you can get powdered rose hips to add to drinks or rose hip supplements.