Who Benefits From Mountain Ice?
You've probably seen some advertisements about Mountain Ice or possibly read some of our blog posts here, and it's likely you're wondering if Mountain Ice can benefit you. For those uncertain if Mountain Ice is right for them, we've provided this guide to any kind of patient that might benefit from melting the pain away!
The most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis (OA) is associated with a breakdown of cartilage in joints. This causes painful inflammation that can occur in almost any joint within the body, as well as causes the cartilage in a joint to become stiff and lose its elasticity, making it more susceptible to damage.
Mountain Ice has a number of ingredients that can help relieve your symptoms by penetrating deep into your joints and reduce swelling. Chondroitin sulfate helps the cartilage in your joints retain water and elasticity, as well as increases the shock absorption of the collagen in your joints. Glucosamine promotes cartilage repair and rebuilding. Hyaluronic acid not only has a major role in wound repair, but also helps lubricate joints for easier movement.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
Mountain Ice can help not only those with osteoarthritis, but also people with rheumatoid arthritis! Although rheumatoid arthritis has a different mechanism of action than osteoarthritis, Mountain Ice can still help alleviate the pain it causes. The unique formulation of Mountain Ice contains a number of ingredients with anti-inflammatory properties, as well as substances that promote cartilage flexibility and rebuilding. Although these do not attack the source of RA, they can alleviate the pain its symptoms cause.
Chronic Overuse Injury Patients
Not all injuries happen instantaneously -- some build up over time, through repetitive motions or just wear and tear that cause long-term tissue fatigue. This is common in many professions, everything from manual labor to office work, and can be found in conditions as diverse as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, and iliotobial band syndrome.
Mountain Ice has been proven to alleviate stiffness, pain, and help mobility in people who suffer from chronic pain. The unique blend of all-natural ingredients work together to improve blood flow and circulation, relax muscles and tendons, and soothe the body without any harmful side effects. Mountain Ice is primarily for pain relief, but its formulation contains ingredients such as chondroitin and glucosamine, mentioned above, that can help maintain joint and muscle function.
Mountain ice isn't just for arthritis and joint pain, but also for muscle aches and sprains, making it perfect for athletes to utilize! We've developed a unique mixture of the most effective supplements available for joint and muscle pain, such as the powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory substance curcumin. Studies have shown that curcumin, found in turmeric, can prevent joint and muscle pain before it starts. This makes Mountain Ice ideal for beginner and expert athletes alike.
Acute Injury Patients
Injuries like sprains, strains, bruises, or pulled or torn muscles can be serious occurrences requiring immediate, professional medical attention. But for recovery from these injuries, Mountain Ice is ideal. It works by cooling the top layer of the skin, which then numbs and blocks pain signals to the brain. This provides temporary relief of minor aches and pains caused by acute injuries like muscle strains and sprains. In addition, the anti-inflammatory properties of ingredients like Vitamin E and tea tree oil reduce swelling around the site of an injury, while menthol and camphor increase blood flow and circulation, allowing your body to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the injured area to promote healing.
The benefits of Mountain Ice are still being explored, and every day we receive positive testimonials from people with conditions even beyond the ones described above. If you have an experience with Mountain Ice helping you with a condition that we haven't described here, email us at email@example.com or get in touch on our Facebook page! We'd love to hear your story!