Arpareum® (FORZA VITALE) Joint pain-Rheumatism-Myalgia-Osteoarthritis-Arthritis-Joints-Cartilage
Harpagofito and Ulmaria, favor the physiological well-being of the skeletal system.
Water, alcohol, Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens DC.) Rhizome,
Ulmaria (Filipendula ulmaria Max.) Sumidades,
honey, mixture of natural aromas.
The Devil's Claw is a perennial plant, belonging to the Pedaliaceae family.
It has been used since ancient times due to the wide spectrum of actions it is capable of. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory characteristics and is usually associated with the cure of back pain and headache. The harpagosides contained in its root show great analgesic qualities against tendinitis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties have been demonstrated by studies carried out with laboratory guinea pigs, where it is brought to light how the analgesic effect is present in peripheral areas with respect to the central part, while in vitro studies have shown that the action of Devil's Claw does not it influences the production of prostaglandins, the molecules responsible for pain, insofar as it does not interfere with cyclooxygenases, that is, the category of enzymes that enables their formation.
Its anti-inflammatory effect, on the other hand, has been specified through preclinical pharmacology studies, where it has been shown that said action depends on the inhibition of lipoxygenases, a series of enzymes that are responsible for synthesizing compounds called leukotrienes.
In light of the proposed studies, the German European Commission has indicated that Harpagophytum procumbens DC represents an optimal treatment for dyspepsia, anorexia and degenerative pathologies of the muscular and skeletal apparatus. Ulmaria is a plant belonging to the Rosaceae family and its active principles are extracted mainly from the flowering tops.
Its phytocompounds are used in the presence of joint pain, fever and flu. Indeed, its composition contains various types of substances such as: polyphenols, salicylic glycosides (which also form compounds called spireins), essential oils, vitamins, gallic tannins and coumarins. Meadowsweet shows soothing, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties, mainly derived from the action of the salicylates present, which will inhibit the synthesis of prostaglandins, responsible for pain and tissue damage. The presence of mucilage also protects the gastric mucosa, preventing collateral effects such as burning and cramps, sometimes caused by drug therapy. However, as salicylates represent the active principle of aspirin, the plant is not recommended in cases of allergy or hypersensitivity to the drug. The joint treatment of Ulmaria and Devil's Claw, allows to fine-tune a natural gastro-resistance. Thanks to the Ulmaria, in fact, the gastric juices normally present in the digestive tract, react with the active principles contained in it and produce salicylates more quickly.
Joint pain; In amations; Rheumatisms; Myalgia; Osteoarthritis; Arthritis; Joints; Cartilage; Mars; Iron-Vitale®; Copper-Vitale®; Gold-Vitale®