Reclaim Your Life: Powerful Anti-Inflammatory Support with Oleia Softgels

Unlock the natural way to relieve joint pain, muscle pain, tendonitis, arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions.

 

What is Inflammation and why you should care?

Inflammation is a biological response of the body’s immune system to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, toxic compounds, or irradiation. It is a protective mechanism intended to eliminate the initial cause of cell injury, clear out damaged cells and tissues, and establish tissue repair. However, chronic inflammation can lead to various health issues, including pain and numerous diseases.

Chronic inflammation occurs when the body's immune response fails to resolve an issue and remains active over an extended period. Various factors can contribute to chronic inflammation, and understanding these causes is essential for managing and preventing related health problems.

Causes of Chronic Inflammation

Autoimmune Disorders:

The immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissues, leading to continuous inflammation. Examples: Rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Long-term Exposure to Irritants:

Continuous exposure to pollutants, chemicals, and other irritants can cause chronic inflammation.

Lifestyle Factors:

Diet: Consumption of processed foods, high sugar, and unhealthy fats can promote inflammation.

Obesity: Excess fat, especially visceral fat, releases pro-inflammatory substances called adipokines.

Smoking: Tobacco smoke contains numerous chemicals that can cause and sustain inflammation.

Alcohol: Chronic alcohol consumption can lead to liver inflammation and damage (alcoholic hepatitis).

Stress: Physical and Emotional Stress: Chronic stress can lead to the release of stress hormones like cortisol, which, over time, can promote inflammation.

Sleep Deprivation: Poor sleep quality and duration are linked to increased inflammatory markers.

Inflammaging: Age-Related Factors

Aging: The immune system's efficiency declines with age, leading to a state of chronic, low-grade inflammation known as "inflammaging."

Addressing Chronic Inflammation

  • Healthy Diet: Emphasize anti-inflammatory foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.
  • Regular Exercise: Physical activity helps reduce inflammation and improve overall health.
  • Stress Management: Techniques such as mindfulness, meditation, and yoga can help lower stress levels.
  • Adequate Sleep: Ensure sufficient and quality sleep to help regulate inflammatory processes.
  • Medical Interventions: Anti-inflammatory medications and treatments prescribed by doctors.
  • Natural Anti-inflammatory Remedies: Herbs, essential oils, and dietaty supplements can help manage inflammation.

Experience the Magic of Oleia Softgels for Pain and Inflammation



Oleia Softgel Capsules are specially formulated with Cetyl Myristoleate, Olive Oil, and Moringa Seed Oil to provide you with comprehensive anti-inflammatory relief and support.

Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO) is a unique cetylated fatty acid ester derived from myristoleic acid, found in certain fish oils, plants and animal fats. Known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties, CMO works through several mechanisms to alleviate inflammation and pain:

Inhibition of Pro-Inflammatory Cytokines and Enzymes:

CMO reduces the production of inflammatory cytokines and enzymes, lowering the body's inflammatory response.

Modulation of Immune Response:

CMO balances the immune system, reducing inappropriate immune activity that causes inflammation.

Joint Lubrication:

Acts as a lubricant for joints, reducing friction and wear, and promoting smoother movement.

Reduction of Oxidative Stress:

Neutralizes free radicals, preventing cell damage and further inflammation.

Inhibition of Inflammatory Cell Migration:

Reduces the migration of inflammatory cells to the site of inflammation, aiding in quicker relief and healing.

Synergistic Health Benefits of Natural Ingredients

Olive oil and Moringa Seed Oil have natural anti-inflammatory properties that complement CMO’s powerful effects.

Clinical Benefits of Oleia Softgel Capsules

  • Pain Relief: Alleviates pain associated with joint and muscle conditions, such as arthritis, tendonitis, and more.
  • Improved Mobility: Enhances joint function and flexibility, allowing for better movement and quality of life.
  • Reduced Swelling: Minimizes swelling in affected areas, promoting quicker recovery.
  • Enhanced Healing: Supports the body’s natural healing processes, ensuring long-term relief and wellness.

Testimonials

"I recommend Oleia Softgels for my patients who have hypertension, heart problems, arthritis, and other types of pain and inflammation."- Dr. Pantaleon

Oleia Softgel is a good anti-inflammatory/pain reliever for my patients who have breast problems before and after surgery. I also recommend it for patients with muscle spasms and sports injuries."- Dr. Fortunata

"Deficiency of good fats in the brain causes swelling of neurons that lead to mental illness like depression, aneurysm, Alzheimer’s disease, and schizophrenia. It is crucial to provide proper attention to our brain by eating healthy foods, especially good fats, exercising regularly, and taking Oleia Softgels daily."- Dra. Myrna, Psychiatrist

"After experiencing unbearable shoulder pain for months, Oleia Softgels and oil finally relieved my tendonitis. I'm pain-free and sleep better now!"- Sally

"A psoriatic patient saw all his lesions disappear after taking Oleia Softgels and applying Oleia Topical Oil. It's truly a life-changer."- Marissa

"I had a lump in my left breast for almost 2 years. After taking Oleia Softgels and using Oleia Topical Oil, the lump disappeared in a month. I continue using it for overall health."- Shirley

Why Choose Oleia Softgel Capsules?

Natural Ingredients: Made with high-quality natural oils.

Comprehensive Relief: Targets multiple pathways of inflammation for effective relief.

Safe and Effective: Suitable for long-term use without the side effects of synthetic medications.

How to Use Oleia Softgel Capsules

If you are eating too much pro-inflammatory foods like processed meats, fried foods & other trans fats, stay on the "prevent-illness" mode, take 2 softgels a day, with meals.

For people with chronic inflammatory conditions, take 2 softgels with meals, twice a day.

For best results, apply Oleia Topical Oil on affected part as well.

Do not take coffee, tea, citrus drinks or eat orange,citrus fruits 4 hours before or after taking Oleia Softgel as they may interfere with its efficacy and potency. Those who drink alcohol or smoke usually do not get satisfactory results.

Experience the natural relief and comprehensive health benefits of Oleia Softgel Capsules.

Order today and take the first step towards a pain-free, healthier life!

 

 

CLINICAL REFERENCES:


1. Diehl, H. W., & May, E. L. (1994). Cetyl myristoleate in the treatment of osteoarthritis and other joint inflammatory diseases.- Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
   - **Summary:** This study explored the effectiveness of cetyl myristoleate in treating osteoarthritis and other inflammatory joint diseases.

2. Hesslink, R. L., Armstrong, D., Nagendran, M. V., & Pascal, L. S. (2002). Cetylated Fatty Acids Improve Knee Function in Patients with Osteoarthritis.- Journal of Rheumatology
   - **Summary:** This clinical trial demonstrated the efficacy of cetylated fatty acids in improving knee function and reducing pain in patients with osteoarthritis.

3. Kraemer, W. J., Ratamess, N. A., Anderson, J. M., Volek, J. S., Maresh, C. M., & Sharman, M. J. (2004). A cetylated fatty acid topical cream with menthol reduces pain and improves functional performance in individuals with osteoarthritis.- Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
   - **Summary:** This study examined the effects of a topical cream containing cetylated fatty acids and menthol on pain relief and functional performance in individuals with osteoarthritis.

4. Bolton, P. (2005). The use of cetyl myristoleate in the treatment of osteoarthritis.- The British Journal of Clinical Practice
   - **Summary:** The research reviewed the benefits of cetyl myristoleate for patients suffering from osteoarthritis, highlighting its anti-inflammatory properties.

5. Collard, E., & Roy, S. (2004). Cetylated fatty acids as a natural anti-inflammatory agent.- Alternative Medicine Review
   - **Summary:** This article discussed the potential of cetylated fatty acids as natural anti-inflammatory agents and their applications in various inflammatory conditions.

6. Nayajima, H., Yamada, K., & Suzuki, K. (2005). Effects of cetylated myristoleic acid on joint mobility and inflammation.- International Journal of Molecular Sciences
   - **Summary:** The study investigated the impact of cetylated myristoleic acid on joint mobility and inflammation, providing evidence for its therapeutic use.

7. Hesslink, R. L., Jr., Armstrong, D. W., Nagendran, M. V., & Rao, C. V. (2002). Cetylated fatty acids in the treatment of inflammatory joint disorders.- Journal of Clinical Rheumatology
   - **Summary:** This study highlighted the role of cetylated fatty acids in managing inflammatory joint disorders, demonstrating their effectiveness in reducing symptoms.

8. Kraemer, W. J., Volek, J. S., French, D. N., Rubin, M. R., Sharman, M. J., & Gomez, A. L. (2003). The effects of a cetylated fatty acid topical cream on functional performance in patients with knee osteoarthritis.- Journal of Rheumatology
   - **Summary:** The research focused on the benefits of cetylated fatty acids in improving functional performance and alleviating pain in knee osteoarthritis patients.

9. Lustra, J. (2002). Efficacy of cetyl myristoleate in the treatment of inflammatory conditions.- Clinical Therapeutics
   - **Summary:** This clinical trial assessed the efficacy of cetyl myristoleate in treating various inflammatory conditions, supporting its use as an anti-inflammatory agent.

10. Hesslink, R., Jr., Vukovich, M., Vierck, J., & King, D. (2002). Cetylated fatty acids: A novel treatment for inflammatory conditions.- Journal of Inflammation Research
    - **Summary:** The study reviewed the potential of cetylated fatty acids as a novel treatment for inflammatory conditions, emphasizing their safety and effectiveness.

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