Sunday, January 30, 2011

Relief from Bone Spurs and Plantar Fasciitis

Bone spurs are little pieces of bone that grow on normal bone, like spurs, and can cause terrible pain as well as limiting mobility in the affected area.  Bone spurs are usually dull (as opposed to sharp) and they do cause excessive wear and tear on the tissue it comes into contact with.

Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of a thick band of tissue at the bottom of the foot that connects the heel bone to the toes and supports the arch of your foot.  When this tissue becomes aggravated it is terribly painful!

Below are two short stories about how the same product has helped a mother and her son as they treated bone spurs in the spine and Plantar Fasciitis. 

"When my mother was 76, she had bone spurs on her spine in addition to with arthritis and degenerative disks.  She became immobile and was in extreme pain.  She received cortisone shots which helped temporarily, but the pain would always return.  She received every medical treatment recommended by her doctors but nothing helped.

She required assistance on both sides of her body in order to get up from a chair and she would wince from the pain. She was already using a walker and was headed for a wheelchair. 

When her doctor told her that there was nothing else they could do for her, she finally agreed to a natural approach.  She started taking Osteomatrix:  3 tablets, 3 times a day.  Within a couple of weeks her pain was completely gone.
 

And I have my own Osteomatrix story.  In the spring of 2010,  I started feeling an extreme stabbing pain in my right foot. I am very active at work, so this was disturbing.  I discovered that it was Plantar Fasciitis.

Luckily, I had learned that Shaklee’s Osteomatrix not only helps to eliminate bone spurs and heal spurs, but that it also could be equally effective for Plantar Fasciitis. 

So I started an aggressive approach of 4 tablets, 3 times a day and when I woke up on the 3rd day, the pain was completely gone.  (This same product also helped me with my ‘restless leg’ issue.) 

I know that for whatever reason, my body is deficient in calcium (genetics?) and I will continue to take and enjoy the benefits of Osteomatrix.  
 ~  Doug Siloy  "

If you are interested in finding out more about the Osteomatrix compound, please follow the links above or contact me with your questions.  

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info. I'm going to share with my prospect who has bone spurs.

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