Joint Support in your Daily Lives

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Take a moment and imagine the number of steps, jumps, leaps and bounds you’ve made in your lifetime. For most of our lives, we take mobility and flexibility for granted, not thinking twice about the joints that enable our every move. However, by the time we reach 65, statistics suggest more than half of us will have developed pain and stiffness in our joints. The cartilage that coats the ends of our bones and prevents them from rubbing against each other can begin to fray and wear thin with age, leading to discomfort and inflammation.

The good news is, you are stronger than your joint pain. In addition to a healthy diet and regular exercise, there are unique natural health supplements specifically formulated to target sore joints and deliver quick and effective relief.

FlexiQule is derived entirely from natural, botanical ingredients and features the first ever blend of concentrated Boswellia Serrate Extract and Zingiber Officinale with enhanced bioavailability. Together, these powerful herbs pack a one-two punch against joint pain using the triple action benefits of anti-arthritic, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic properties. The active ingredients in FlexiQule have been trusted for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic practices to promote healthy joints and increase mobility.


FlexiQule – Natural Joint Support Supplement

If diet and exercise can have benefits on our joint pain, why take supplements? Flexiqule have been specially formulated to work in combination with diet and exercise to relieve pain and protect your joints from further damage. We all want fast and easy relief, and while diet and exercise are the foundation of healing, FlexiQule is a safe and effective way of targeting where you hurt the most to get you back on your feet and back to the activities you love.

FlexiQule packet


Support your Joints for all levels of activity

What do you mean exercise? Won’t that make my pain worse?

Many adults already living with joint pain are apprehensive about exercise, fearing injury or increased stiffness. But the truth is daily exercise is an essential component of your treatment plan. No one is expecting you to run a marathon or swim the channel, but engaging in slow, simple exercises to gradually build strength and stamina will lead to increased flexibility, increased energy, and will protect your joints from stiffening up when you need them the most.

Any exercise, no matter how small, can help. Simple stretches, such as lifting your arms or rolling your shoulders, maintain a range of motion crucial to preventing stiffness, while strengthening the muscles and surrounding tissue will increase your endurance and help keep the stress off your joints.

When evaluating which forms of exercise best suit your body and lifestyle, it’s important to differentiate between high-impact and low-impact activities. As all of us are different, speak to your doctor about developing an exercise regime that gives you the most benefit with the least aggravation.


High Impact Activity

High impact activities, such as running and jogging, involve both feet lifting into the air and repeatedly making direct high-intensity contact with the ground. It’s important for people with joint pain to keep high-impact activity varied and to increase distance or intensity gradually. Too much of one activity can lead to damage, so be sure to explore activities that engage your body in a wide range of movements. When used correctly, high-impact exercise can be transformative, increasing bone density, coordination, and strengthening your heart and lungs.

High impact activities include:

  • Running
  • Jogging
  • Jump-rope
  • Gymnastics
  • Jumping jacks

Couple jogging


Low Impact Activity

Low impact activities, such as swimming and yoga, involve less direct contact and are easier on the body. One foot typically remains on the ground during low-impact activities, making them perfect for those of us with impaired balance or coordination. If you’re looking for something more than yoga but less than running, interval training is a great way to safely increase your heart rate. For example, when walking, try running one block then walking for three, running one block then walking for three. Working in intervals is a great way to keep your heart rate up while minimizing intense contact that can be jarring to our joints and bones.

If you’re just beginning an exercise routine, start small. Daily activities like mowing the lawn, walking the dog, or gardening, certainly count as exercise and are a great place to begin. Gentle activities like yoga and tai chi can be an encouraging first step, promoting body awareness, good posture, and relaxation.

Low impact activities include:

  • Walking
  • Swimming
  • Yoga
  • Bicycling
  • Tai Chi
  • Hiking

Couple doing Yoga


The prospect of daily exercise may sound daunting, but the benefits to your joints and your overall health are undisputed. Exercise gives you more energy to get through the day and makes it easier for you to get a good night’s sleep. Your joints, your heart, your muscles, your bones, and your brain will thank you.


Regular Healthy Nutrition is vital

You’ve probably heard that a balanced diet can have a big impact on joint health, but what exactly are you supposed to be eating? Which foods are the best defences against joint pain?

  • Foods that are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids are key to fending off and repairing damage from inflammation. These include fish, nuts, flax seeds, and soybeans.
  • Dark leafy greens are jam-packed with antioxidants and contain high levels of sulforaphane, a compound that may decrease the risk of inflammation by discouraging an overactive immune system
  • Orange vegetables, such as carrots, sweet potatoes, and butternut squash, contain high levels of beta-cryptoxanthin, a powerful antioxidant that converts into vitamin A in the body and may help prevent an inflammatory response.


Despite the targeted benefits of these foods, any diet that contains plenty of fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats can be highly effective when combined with natural food supplements formulated especially for joint care and protection.

Flexiqule combines the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda with innovative, modern technology to extract the key plant actives from two major ingredients – Boswellia and Ginger. These ingredients have stood the test of time and can now be used like never before with exclusive PhytoAdvance technology that extracts the essential oils, gums, and terpenoids of natural ingredients to deliver the most powerful benefits possible.

Alchemlife is a leading international company with 75 years experience; dedicated to the research and development of natural food supplements to help you live your best life.

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