Sunday, June 1, 2014

Testimonial: Arthricept and Arthricept T Combination

I have serious chronic back pain and asthma. A few years ago I was in a serious car accident. While standing on a roadside I was hit by a speeding car that went out of control. I was in the hospital for a week. After other injuries were healed I was released from the hospital. I was left with this persistent sever chronic pain in my lower back, which significantly limited my activities. I was on pain medication and tried various other treatments including, exercises and physical training, acupuncture and even chiropractic treatment.

I participated in the Arthricept pain treatment program and took one capsule twice a day for three months. I noticed significant improvement within the first month. I was practically pain free by the end of three months. Additionally I had chronic asthma since childhood (23+years). My asthma has significantly improved while I was on the Athricept program.
After three months with great improvement in mobility and breathing I was switched to a maintenance dose of one capsule once a day. I have been taking Arthricept over a year now with amazing results. I am very happy that I participated in the program. I am able to work, exercise, and go about my daily routine with minimal to no impact from my previous medical conditions. The mornings of chronic pain are just a memory, and my asthma is now under control for the first time in years.
Ashoke N.
San Francisco, CA

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Friday, May 23, 2014

What is Arthricept and How Does it Work?

   The Arthricept products, Arthricept Oral supplement and Arthricept Topical cream work together in combination to deliver benefits many times greater than using each one individually. Arthricept T’s unique liposomal system is formulated with natural actives which are delivered directly to the pain site through the skin for optimized product performance. The liposomes allow release of effective quantities of actives over extended periods to provide fast and long lasting treatment for arthritic and other pain. Arthricept oral formulation is a synergistic combination of herb extracts including the Ayurvedic herbs, Boswellia and Curcumin (Turmeric) to help manage joint inflammation and chronic pain throughout the body. Unlike most OTC and prescription pain drugs, Arthricept products have no known adverse side effects and are non-addictive. The Combination therapy also supports increased blood flow to affected sites and helps to promote healing.

An open clinical evaluation using the Arthricept Combination (n=33) resulted in a significant reduction in pain and increased joint range of motion in 87% of the cases after three months of use. 75% of the subjects were completely pain free at the end of the three month study period.
Modern life style and environmental factors result in higher levels of oxidative stress and free radicals that promote inflammatory conditions within the body. The Arthricept products contain high concentrations of potent antioxidants which reduce oxidative stress and neutralize toxic free radicals, one of the primary cause of increased inflammation.
Make the Arthricept Combination part of your daily maintenance routine. Use Arthricept combination for both acute and chronic pain conditions and enjoy an active life.

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Top 10 Celebrities who have Rheumatoid Arthritis

Check this out! Top 10 celebrities who suffer from Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arthricept is an organically made arthritis system which shows ample results in a short peroid of time. Check out this link and our testimonials below.

Friday, May 9, 2014

Testimonial: Arthricept T and Arthricept Combination

My sales job requires that I travel to convenient stores, lift boxes and install product displays. It really puts a lot of strain on my knees and lower back at times and on one occasion I over did it. I hurt my right knee and strained the muscles in my lower back. The pain was consistently nagging and excruciating at times. I tried some OTC pain medications and it seemed to help for short time periods but I was afraid to keep taking these pills. I endured the pain for about six weeks trying different OTC products and pain meds. Then a friend of mine told me about this new product, Arthricept and that they were conducting a field study prior to launching the product. I signed up for the study taking the Arthricept oral capsules and using the topical cream. Within two weeks the pain in my lower back and knee was gone and I have been pain free ever since. These are really great products. I was really happy that they were natural products too and not drugs and I felt comfortable using them.

Lancie L.
San Diego, CA

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Side Effects of using Arthricept T

   There are no known side effects associated with the use of Arthricept T. The only thing you may notice is an initial tingling sensation when first applying the cream which disappears after a short time. However it is important to be prudent. If you notice visible signs or observe any negative conditions like an extended burning sensation, skin irritation that persists, or a skin rash that develops, stop using the product and consult your doctor.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014


  A clinical field study using a combination application of the Arthricept oral and topical products was evaluated in 33 compromised volunteers with multiple joint problems and pain ailments. The Arthricept topical and oral combination regimen provided significant benefit with greater than 80% success ratewithin the first month of use. At the end of the three month trial period 25 participants were completely pain free and an additional 5 were pain free in daily life but experience minimal residual pain during and after strenuous tasks.

  At start of the field study, the daily life of each volunteer was significantly impacted by regular chronic pain and in many cases continuous pain. All were suffering with chronic pain in more than one joint for a minimum of six months. All volunteers had significantly compromised range of motion. Some had pain for many years. Ages ranged from 25 to 68 years with median age of 58 years. All were taking pain medications. All volunteers have tried or were using multiple standard or alternate treatments with minimal or no benefit and were not helped by these therapies.
 Various therapies that were listed were, Cortisone shots, nerve blocks, narcotics, antidepressant, NSAIDs, physical therapy and exercise program, massage, chiropractors, acupuncture, hypnosis, psychotherapy, biofeedback, homeopathy, prolotherapy, relaxation training, TENS, surgery and implant.
At the end of three month trial period 25 volunteers were completely pain free and were able to complete many strenuous tasks that they could not do earlier additional 5 had minimal pain at times with strenuous tasks. All 30 had significantly improved range of motion. Only three of the 33 volunteers reported no benefit.

In this limited sampling of volunteer use, no prolonged side effects were reported. All their daily function remained normal except for few who reported loose bowl movement for the initial three to four days at start of treatment that returned to normal after initial deviation. All reported greater freedom and significant improvement in quality of life. Many reported sound and uninterrupted sleep. Poor sleep was a chronic problem for this group.

Overall the Arthricept topical and oral combination regiment provided a significant reduction in pain and increased flexibility, better quality of life and freedom to do things they wanted to do. At the end of evaluation period many volunteers decided to continue with a maintenance dose of one capsule a day and use of the topical as need to enjoy a pain free life. None of the volunteers wanted to revert back to their pre-trial status. 

Friday, April 18, 2014


What Causes Neuropathy?

One set of peripheral nerves relay information from your central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) to muscles and other organs. A second set relays information from your skin, joints, and other organs back to your brain.
Peripheral neuropathy occurs when these nerves don’t work properly, resulting in pain, loss of sensation, inability to control muscles, and other possible problems.
In some cases, the failure of nerves that control blood vessels, intestines, and other organs results in abnormal blood pressure, digestion problems, and loss of other basic body processes. Peripheral neuropathy may involve damage to a single nerve or nerve group (mononeuropathy) or may affect multiple nerves (polyneuropathy).
There are numerous reasons for nerves to malfunction. In many cases, no cause can be identified. Damage to nerves can result from:
  • Diseases that run in families (hereditary disorders) such as:
    • Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
    • Friedreich’s ataxia
  • Diseases that affect the whole body (systemic or metabolic disorders) such as:
    • Diabetes (diabetic neuropathy)
    • Dietary deficiencies (especially vitamin B-12)
    • Excessive alcohol use (alcoholic neuropathy)
    • Uremia (from kidney failure)
    • Cancer
  • Infections or inflammation, including:
    • AIDS
    • Hepatitis
    • Colorado Tick Fever
    • Diphtheria
    • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
    • HIV infection without development of AIDS
    • Leprosy
    • Lyme Disease
    • Polyarteritis Nodosa
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis
    • Sarcoidosis
    • Sjogren Syndrome
    • Syphilis
    • Systemic lupus erythematosus
    • Amyloidosis
  • Exposure to poisonous substances such as:
    • Sniffing glue or other toxic compounds
    • Nitrous Oxide
    • Industrial chemicals — especially solvents
    • Heavy metals (lead, arsenic, mercury, etc.)
  • Neuropathy secondary to drugs (many drugs, including some used for chemotherapy, can cause neuropathy)
  • Miscellaneous causes
    • Compression of a nerve by casts, splints, braces, crutches, or other devices
    • Decreased oxygen and blood flow (ischemia)
    • Direct injury of the nerve either by hitting the nerve
    • Prolonged exposure to cold temperature
    • Prolonged pressure on the nerve (such as a long surgery or lengthy illness)
Peripheral neuropathy is very common. Because there are numerous types and causes of neuropathy and scientists don’t always agree on the same definition of neuropathy, the exact incidence cannot be determined precisely.
Some people have a hereditary predisposition for neuropathy.