Zyflamend Promotes Whole-Body Health*

Zyflamend is the #1 Selling Herbal in the U.S. for Healthy Inflammation Response!

Many people think that only joints are affected by inflammation. The truth is the body’s natural inflammation response affects everyone and every major organ system.

Zyflamend's Multiple Synergistic Components, Whole-Body Benefits

Health experts agree that a daily multivitamin containing the full spectrum of required vitamins and minerals provides an important “insurance policy” against nutrient deficiencies and the metabolic imbalances associated with them.
Extensive research conducted within the last two decades has indicated that phytochemicals present in herbs and spices can safely and effectively promote a healthy inflammation response.*
Combining an herbal protocol with a multivitamin offers the optimal broad-spectrum approach to nutritional and natural inflammation support.*
Research at leading medical institutions, including human clinical trials, has demonstrated a unique herbal formulation’s ability to promote a safe, natural, and healthy response to inflammation.*
Zyflamend contains combinations of herbs traditionally used to promote a healthy inflammation response.* These herbs — most of which have been part of the human diet for thousands of years — are uniquely extracted to deliver the full spectrum of naturally occurring constituents.
Containing hundreds of bioactive constituents from ten of the most researched botanicals that promote a healthy inflammation response, Zyflamend provides multiple health benefits, including healthy aging, joint health, heart health, and bone health.*

Zyflamend for Healthy Aging

Aging is not the simple result of the passage of time. According to a provocative new view, it is actually something our own bodies create, a side effect of the essential inflammatory system. Resveratrol, a natural constituent commonly linked to red wine, is a powerful antioxidant. One serving of Zyflamend contains resveratrol equal to six glasses of wine!

Zyflamend for Joint Health

Modulation of the inflammatory process is an important and useful strategy for maintaining healthy joint function.* A healthy inflammatory response may also contribute to a control of bone changes that can cause discomfort and compromise the integrity of the joint.

Zyflamend for Heart Health

Recent research suggests that a factor in predicting heart health is gauging the amount of inflammation in the arteries. Maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system is strongly linked to a healthy inflammation response - Zyflamend is a compelling choice for promoting heart health.*

Zyflamend for Bone Health

Emerging evidence suggests that inflammation exerts a significant effect on bone metabolism by stimulating production of RANKL (Receptor Activator for Nuclear Factor κ B Ligand), a molecule that activates osteoclasts, the cells responsible for the breakdown of bone.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Active Herbs In Zyflamend


HOLY BASIL(Ocimum sanctum) Revered for thousands of years as "Tulsi"or "The Incomparable One," Holy Basil was traditionally used to promote a positive stress response and to elevate the spirit. Today, a major U.S. university found that Holy Basil contains at least six phytonutrients that can powerfully promote a healthy inflammation response.*


Tumeric (Curcuma longa) Modern research conducted at dozens of U.S. universities is beginning to help explain why turmeric has been so appreciated throughout time. Turmeric contains a group of molecules called curcuminoids that are synergistic with green tea and have the profound ability to be cell protective and to promote a healthy inflammation response.* While some researchers believe curcuminoids are responsible for turmeric´s life-supportive effects, other fat soluble phytonutrients called turmerones also play a crucial role in making this plant the Western world´s most important herb for cardiovascular health and maintaining DNA integrity.*


Ginger(Zingiber offidnale) Revered in ancient medical systems, ginger was referred to as vishwabhesaj or the universal medicine. Modern international research shows that ginger contains multiple fat and water soluble phytonutrients that beneficially modulate inflammation.* Ginger also contains numerous anti-aging constituents that benefit the nervous and cardiovascular systems.*


Green Tea(Camellia sinensis) Clinical trials now show that tea consumption consistently leads to a significant increase in the antioxidant or free-radical scavenging capacity of the blood. Proceedings of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and a major university database note that green tea contains dozens of constituents in addition to its well known molecule EGCG that can exert a beneficial effect on promoting a healthy inflammation response.


Rosemary(Rosmarinus offidnalis) Researchers at major U.S. universities have subjected the culinary herb to the rigors of modern science and discovered it possesses some of the most effective free-radical scavenging or anti-aging constituents known in nature.* In particular, the constituent carnosol has been shown to promote normal cell growth and a healthy inflammation response.*


Hu Zhang(Polygonum cuspidatum) In traditional healing systems, Hu zhang was used to treat a wide range of imbalances, including those challenging the skin, immune, and cardiovascular systems.* Today one of the most exciting botanical research projects at major U.S. universities is the focus on Hu zhang´s most celebrated phytonutrient called resveratrol. It is the same molecule that is believed to be responsible for the beneficial cardiovascular and positive inflammation-modulating effects of red wine.* With each daily serving of Zyflamend, there is an approximate equivalent of six glasses of resveratrol-rich wine.


Barberry(Berberis vulgaris) and CHINESE GOLDTHREAD (Coptis chinensis) Chinese goldthread has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for thousands of years to "dispel heat" and support digestive and immune functions.* Native Americans also used it to dispel heat or fever and heal digestive imbalances.* What both plants have in common is the impressive phytonutrient called berberine. Research in Asia demonstrates that this constituent of both plants can help promote a healthy inflammation response.*


Oregano(Origanum vulgare) Famous healers and scholars from ancient Greece and Rome such as Hippocrates and Pliny regarded oregano as a valuable healing plant for digestive and respiratory imbalances.* According to a USDA database, oregano is a source of large number of phytonutrients (31) to beneficially modulate inflammation.*


Baikal Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) In traditional Chinese medicine, baikal skullcap was used to counter toxicity and to normalize temperature.* Today it is known that baikal skullcap contains precious phytonutrients called bakalein and wogonin which can help restore balance to a healthy inflammation response.* Baikal skullcap has an added benefit to offer, namely its well known soothing properties excellent for promoting a good night´s rest*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, but rather are dietary supplements intended solely for nutritional use. February 9, 2016