Due to so many different friends, family and doctors constantly asking me for a list of the supplements that I use, I have decided to share them with you all right here.
With health care being overburdened right now given the pandemic that we are still experiencing here in Canada; our health minister continues to refuse to remove the suspension of stem cell injections for the purposes of relieving arthritis in joints.
The OmegaXL website claims that this supplement has shown in clinical research to support joint health, mobility, and muscle recover… and, they claim you can get your money back with their 60-day money back guarantee.
If you’ve been following my journey through the different procedures that I have gone through, and yet to go through over the past few years, then you know that I have been suffering from a lower back injury that I sustained while on the job, back in the ‘90s.
After discovering such great relief from pain, I just HAD to share what I found out about this product with you, in case you want to try it. If you do, I think you will be as happy as I am with it.
This recipe is PERFECT for events like Pot Luck dinners, family reunions, large family meals, etc.
My all-time favourite genre is Sci-Fi, and by that, I mean really honest to goodness Sci-Fi, of which some lean toward fantasy (after all, Sci-Fi is technically fantasy), but NOT horror movies masked as a sci-fi, like Alien (1979) did/does.
As I promised at the end of my previous article where I explained PRP injections, I’m here to let you know what happened with my follow-up appointment with the chiropractor that Dr. Ko handed this practice over to setting up, as well as my second round of injections, this time to my lower spinal joints.
Platelet-Rich Plasma is what PRP stands for (and it is also now as autologous conditioned plasma). It is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from white blood, and is extracted with the use of a centrifuge to remove the red blood cells.