This Specialized CBD for Inflammation Harnesses Curcumin’s Anti-Inflammatory Benefits
If you suffer from inflammation, give Mellowment High Impact a try.
Inflammation plays a major factor in just about every major medical condition, from relatively minor issues like asthma, arthritis, and general aches and pains, to much more serious issues like diabetes, coronary artery disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s. For centuries, the medical community viewed inflammation as a necessary, unavoidable, and sometimes even beneficial systemic response to illness or injury. However, recent research has created a shift in thinking. Today a lot of experts view inflammation not just as a symptom but also a cause of many common ailments. Thus, not only is it important to treat inflammation when it occurs. It’s also important to prevent inflammation in the first place. And if you’re looking for a natural way to treat or prevent inflammation, Mellowment High Impact for Inflammation might be the answer. It combines CBD and curcumin for comprehensive recovery and comfort.
Chances are you’re already pretty familiar with CBD, which many rely on to relieve discomfort caused by pain, inflammation, insomnia, stress, and anxiety. When it comes to inflammation in particular, CBD appears to work by modulating the endocannabinoid system and disrupting the production of cytokines, which are proteins secreted by immune cells that trigger inflammation.
But what does curcumin do?
Curcumin is a compound found in the spice turmeric that has been used as an herbal medicine in India for thousands of years. Modern science has shown that curcumin has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and numerous studies have shown it to be effective in treating inflammation and pain associated with arthritis. However, treating inflammation with curcumin is not as simple as adding turmeric to your diet. That’s because curcumin has very poor bioavailability, which means it doesn’t actually get absorbed into your system due to rapid metabolism and rapid elimination.
Interestingly, poor bioavailability is something curcumin has in common with CBD. The vast majority of CBD products are actually made using low-quality CBD oil that passes right through your system. Luckily, Mellowment has solved the bioavailability problem.
Mellowment High Impact for Inflammation enhances the bioavailability of CBD and curcumin by subjecting them to an advanced nano-emulsification process. This process essentially suspends the active ingredients microscopic droplets of oil which can easily pass through cell walls. That means both the CBD and the curcumin actually enter your system, providing you with maximum inflammation relief.
It’s not just the nano emulsification process that sets Mellowment apart, however. Their CBD extracts are meticulously engineered from Colorado-grown hemp using an advanced chromatography process that removes all THC, eliminating the risk of failed drug tests and undesired psychoactive effects.
Each bottle of Mellowment High-Impact for Inflammation contains 30 softgels, with each softgel containing a 25mg dose of CBD and a 10mg does of curcumin. They’re formulated to be taken as needed, and most customers take one to four softgels per day.
Whether you’re looking to alleviate discomfort caused by inflammation, or you’re looking to prevent an inflammatory condition before it starts, Mellowment High Impact for Inflammation is the product for you.
This supplement has not been evaluated by the FDA, and is not intended to cure or treat any ailments. Do not take CBD products if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the product you are consuming. Tell your doctor about all medicines you may be on before consuming CBD to avoid negative reactions. Tell your doctor about all medical conditions. Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, including prescription and nonprescription medicines, vitamins and herbal products. Other side effects of CBD include: dry mouth, cloudy thoughts, and wakefulness. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of any drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch, or call 1-800-FDA-1088.