Joints play an important role in our overall health, and their comfort and flexibility is a must. The four products in the Joint Comfort Bundle are designed to keep the joints and surrounding tissues balanced and thriving.*
- Joint Support tablets are a great place to start when looking to optimize joint health. These tablets contain powerful resins and herbs which soothe, lubricate, and detoxify the joints. Joint Support nourishes the bones, cartilage, muscles, and is good for all three doshas.*
- For an external application, massage Mahanarayan Oil onto muscles and joints as part of a regular self-massage practice. Used for centuries in Ayurveda, this traditional combination of warming herbs and sesame oil has analgesic qualities that can offer support to areas where the joints are narrow and the synovial fluid is dehydrated.*
- Joint Balm is good to keep on hand for extra relief to targeted areas. A moisturizing blend of Ayurvedic oils infused with naturally soothing herbs, this balm can be used regularly to provide immediate support for the wrists, hands, knees, or wherever needed.
- Triphala is a natural addition to the Joint Comfort Bundle because it directly supports the colon, where many joint ailments first arise. This traditional blend of three fruits is revered for its unique ability to gently cleanse the digestive tract and bring balance to the whole body. Triphala is also available in liquid extract and as a powder.*
When you purchase certified organic herbs from Banyan Botanicals, you can be confident that you are making a healthful choice, while also contributing to a healthier planet. In order to meet the USDA’s stringent organic standards our entire line of supply is regularly inspected by independent 3rd party certifying agencies.
Banyan Botanicals is committed to trading fairly with everyone involved in the farming and production of our herbs.
Many widely used plants are threatened and in danger of being unavailable either through extinction or protective legislation. Banyan Botanicals is working to reverse this trend by supporting sustainable projects that use ecologically friendly methods of farming and harvesting.