FYRON G1 + G2
FYRON G1 CURCUMIN + FYRON G2 BOSWELLIA
Drug combination has always been used to treat chronic inflammatory diseases. With Curcuma and Boswellia, a similar strategy is now being worth of interest to design plant-derived natural products to treat inflammatory and antioxidant conditions. Indeed, combination of natural products is now been used for the management and treatment of pain.
What is Fyron G1 + G2?
Fyron G1 is made of Curcuma. Fyron G2 is made of Boswellia.
Curcuma is one of the active molecules in turmeric, a rhizome widely used in cooking as a spice. It comes from the Zingiberaceae family, the same family as ginger whose benefits are also recognised. It has been consumed for centuries in many Eastern countries for its medicinal properties. For more than 20 years, science has validated the numerous benefits of turmeric’s active molecules, the curcuminoids, of which curcumin is a part.
It is said to reduce inflammation, oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction and increases insulin sensitivity or glucose uptake. Active Curcumin improves overall health and sports performance, and acts on tendonitis, recent joint pain and arthritis.
Curcumin has 2 principal actions:
- Anti-inflammatory action (identical or even superior to certain anti-inflammatory drugs or aspirin. On the other hand, curcumin does not present any undesirable effects such as stomach ache or digestive problems caused by NSAIDs and aspirin.
- Antioxidant action (comparable to that of reference antioxidant molecules such as vitamin C and vitamin E).
==> Anti-inflammatory action
The anti-inflammatory action of curcumin and curcuminoids is linked to the reduction-regulation of the formation of inflammatory molecules (type 2 Prostaglandins). As a result, the inflammatory response of the immune system is attenuated.
This anti-inflammatory action is also attributed to the fact that turmeric and curcumin modulate the activity of certain molecules (the kinases), responsible for the synthesis of a very inflammatory molecule: NF-κB.
It is now well known that this molecule (NF-κB) is strongly involved in the immune reaction, but also in the development of cancers since it is involved in all the phases of cancer genesis and development: blocking of apoptosis, invasion process, angiogenesis and metastasis.
==> Antioxidant action
Curcumin helps reduce oxidative stress. All of our cells produce our energy and heat through their energy powerhouse, the mitochondria. They burn the nutrients we consume from our food in a reaction using the oxygen we breathe.
During these reactions the mitochondria are also the site of a massive production of oxidising molecules: oxygen free radicals, which cause the famous oxidative stress. Curcumin has been shown to help reduce oxidative stress.
This oxidative stress creates mitochondrial dysfunction over the years. In other words, the mitochondria produce less and less energy and more and more free radicals, leading to inflammation and accelerated cell ageing.
Curcumin’s antioxidant action acts specifically in the mitochondria and reduces the production of free radicals, thus fighting against mitochondrial dysfunction. This is the protective action of mitochondrial dysfunction.
Boswellia commonly refers to a family of trees originating in Africa and Asia. There are about twenty varieties, the best known being Boswellia Serrata or incense tree. Boswellia bark contains a resin rich in natural essential oil. This resin has been used for thousands of years in in traditional Chinese and Ayurveda medicine as a powerful natural anti-inflammatory.
If the trunk is naturally damaged or if cuts are made by man, a viscous liquid comes out of the trunk. This resin is then dried until a rubbery substance remains and the boswellia extract is removed from this substance. This extract is considered a promising alternative for paracetamol, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and corticosteroids.
Boswellia resin has been used in the East for over 4000 years to relieve joint pain, soothe rheumatism and reduce inflammation in general. Appreciated now by Western naturopaths, the many benefits of boswellia are used to make natural remedies.
==> Boswellia components:
Boswellia resin consists mainly of triterpene acids, which are known as boswellic acids. It also contains plant sterols, tannins and uronic acid. In addition, there are phenols, essential oils and glycosaminoglycans. Some of these elements are powerful natural antioxidants. It is to these components and active ingredients that we owe the health benefits of boswellia.
==> Boswellia properties:
Boswellia is known to have a powerful anti-inflammatory action, antiseptic, analgesic, antifungal and anti-infectious effects. These are due to its boswellic acids, which help regulate the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines and stimulate the production of certain white blood cells.
According to Ayurvedic medicine, taking boswellia relieves inflammation in painful joints, the respiratory tract and the digestive system. It is commonly used to treat asthma and inflammatory bowel disease. It can also be used to soothe skin irritations or menstrual pain. The analgesic properties of boswellia are particularly useful in the treatment of joint pain.
On the psychic level, boswellia is reputed to encourage meditation and prayer, which makes it a valuable element in religious and spiritual ceremonies. Good for the nervous system, it contributes to psychological balance, helping to overcome depression and anxiety.
Some studies also tend to demonstrate a beneficial role for boswellic acids in the treatment of cancer. Their ability to induce cell apoptosis (the process of degeneration leading to cell death) is thought to help slow the development of tumours.
Why this combination?
Fyron G1 + G2 is a combination of boswelia and turmeric extract. This comnination is said to be more effective than an equivalent dose of turmeric or Boswellia alone, suggesting a synergistic benefit of the combination.
In herbal medicine, the term “synergy” often refers to the idea that one herb enhances the action of the other to produce an effect greater than that which may be obtained with either one of the herbs in equivalent quantity.
A recent study, however, is one of the first to suggest a synergistic effect of a herbal combination. In people with osteoarthritis, a 500 mg turmeric extract capsule was compared to a 500 mg capsule providing a combination of turmeric and boswelia extract (350 mg and 150 mg, respectively) given three times daily.
The combination of turmeric and boswelia significantly improved physical function and relieved pain compared to placebo after 3-months. In contrast, turmeric alone was not quite as effective for joint pain relief..
The authors propose that the difference in efficacy may be due to boswelia increasing the bioavailability of curcumin. Another possibility is that the combination of the two herbs provides multiple actives that work together to produce better clinical effects, although this does not prove it is synergistic as it is also possible that boswelia is simply more effective. Indeed, some boswellia extracts have demonstrated good clinical effects at just 100 mg daily, a considerably lower dose than the 1000 mg to 2000 mg typically used of turmeric extract..
In any case, this study suggests that the combination of turmeric and boswelia extract may be more effective than turmeric alone for arthritic pain relief.
How to take Fyron G1 + G2 capsules?
Змішати по 15 крапель Г1 + Г2 на ложці, після чого передати в рот. Рідина затримується в роті під час слиновиділення якомога довше. Такий сублінгвальний прийом дозволяє інгредієнтам швидше потрапляти в кров через тонку слизову оболонку порожнини рота. При простому ковтанні інгредієнт повинен спочатку пройти через печінку, щоб потрапити у велике коло кровообігу.
No flavors, colors or alcohol have been added.
Who are Fyron G1 + G2 capsules intended for?
This food supplement is very effective and has no side effects. In natural health, it can be taken to prevent joint problems or to treat stiffness and muscle pain caused by rheumatism, arthritis, tendonitis or following shocks and trauma.
The benefits of boswellia and curcumin are particularly interesting for people suffering from joint problems, respiratory tract and to protect the intestinal wall. So, as a result, the pain of certain ailments is reduced:
- rheumatoid arthritis
- Osteoarthritis (arthrosis)
- Sports injuries (such as acute overuse pain, sprains, bursitis, tennis elbow, tendonitis)
- Chronic inflammatory bowel disease, collagenous colitis
- Hay fever
Чи є інша ефективна альтернатива?
It is not easy to find a 100% natural supplement that combines Curcumin and Boswellia. This one has the perfect balance between the two components, which is why it offers such good results.
|Продукт||Fyron G1 + G2|
|Рейтинг||🏆 Краща ціна|
|Дозування||15 drops of each per day|
|Ціна||€ 49,90 – 79.90|
|Ефекти||Anti-inflammatory, Anti-oxidant, antiseptic, analgesic, antifungal and anti-infectious effects|
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