Radical Resilience 60 ct
Inflammation and defunct cellular repair are the root causes of chronic illness. While taking a prescription medication might help with pain, steroidal and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) don’t heal the underlying issues, and they frequently come with serious side effects. Chronic use of NSAIDs and steroids impairs the body’s ability to regenerate and heal, but too often people feel like they have no alternative but to continue use indefinitely. The botanicals in Radical Resilience fight inflammation, promote healing, and contain antidotes to the common side effects of prescription anti-inflammatories. (For more information on built-in antidotes, please see our Healing with Botanicals blog).
The innovative formula of Radical Resilience is designed to support overall wellness with a powerful, synergistic blend of the highest-quality concentrated plant extracts. These botanicals fight against free radicals, reduce inflammation, promote healing, balance hormones, support adrenal gland function, and regulate neurotransmitters.
- Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum): This plant is known for supporting and healing the liver to aid in detoxification, and it has historically been used to promote healing from hepatitis, alcoholism, drug abuse, and toxin exposure. Milk thistle increases glutathione, one of the most important components for regulating immunity and inflammation. Studies have shown that milk thistle also has anticancer properties and can protect cells.
- Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) leaf extract: Traditionally used in the Ayurvedic medicine of India, brahmi is best known for its ability to support the brain and memory. Compounds called saponins reduce inflammation and improve communication between brain cells, making brahmi a popular treatment for anxiety, ADHD, dementia, depression, and other mental health issues. Brahmi’s adaptogenic properties protect the body against the effects of chronic stress, and trials have shown that it can also reduce chronic pain.
- Turmeric (Curcuma longa) root extract: Used commonly as a spice in Indian cuisine, turmeric is widely studied for its anti-inflammatory effects. It contains several medicinal compounds called curcuminoids which exhibit a wide array of healing properties. Turmeric nourishes and heals the nervous system, improves healthy blood flow, supports digestions, and enhances the liver’s detoxification process. Mounting evidence also shows that it is a potent anticancer herb.
- Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) leaf extract: A member of the mint family, lemon balm’s antioxidants fight free radicals to combat disease and aging. It can improve healing and recovery of overtaxed muscles by increasing circulation, and it decreases stress by increasing availability of GABA in the brain. Lemon balm can alleviate gas, bloating, and discomfort by regulating nerves affecting digestion, and it is also helpful for hot flashes associated with menopause. Lemon balm is used frequently for insomnia and palpitations, and it can improve cognition and irritability in people with Alzheimer’s disease. Studies have shown that it also contains anticancer properties.
- Maca (Lepidium meyenii) root extract: This adaptogenic root from South America has recently gained popularity for its ability to protect the body against the devastating effects of chronic stress. Maca increases two of the most important antioxidants in the body, glutathione and superoxide dismutase. It boosts memory and brain function, protects nerves, and balances hormones naturally, making it a safe treatment for menopause and menstrual irregularities, including PCOS. Maca combats fatigue, regulates proper cell growth, and improves sexual function in both men and women.