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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Red Alert: Reumofan And Reumofan Plus

When possible, I like to resort to natural supplements instead of medications, but that doesn't always come without any risks and dangers. Some supplements could interact with prescription medications and other supplements may contain a few more ingredients then what is labeled.

That last is the case with Reumofan and Reumofan Plus. This dietary supplement is used for treating conditions such as arthritis, muscle pain, osteoporosis, bone cancer, and more. The FDA found potential dangerous ingredients in both supplements which are not mentioned on the label and can be very dangerous to our health.

Although it is sold as a natural supplement, the following prescription drugs have been discovered in these supplements; Dexamethasone which is a corticosteroid, Diclofenac sodium which is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), and methocarbamolthe which is a muscle relaxant.

These prescription medications can cause a stroke, liver injury, severe gastrointestinal problems and bleeding, sudden worsening of glucose control, weight gain, swelling, leg cramps, and withdrawal symptoms after having taken it for a longer time, adrenal suppression, and even death.

You will not find Reumofan and Reumofan Plus in stores or on sites of leading national retailers, but in case you managed to purchase them online from other sources and are taking one of these supplements, you are strongly advised to contact your physician and consult with him/her how best to safely get off of them.

Sadly, but true, you can not always believe what you read or are told and in many occasions you have to question, investigate, and consult others or rely on your own judgment.

That last may not always be clear, but a wise advice is to always do what you know is best, don't do what you know is wrong, and when in doubt; do nothing and pray about it. God will show!

1 Corinthians 15:58
Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.


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