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      60 capsules
      Available at our clinic only
      DC 25 (Inflam) is a natural formula that supports the body's anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities.


      2 vegetarian capsules contain:

      Bromelain 200 mg

      Curcumin (95%) 120 mg

      Boswellia (65%) 120 mg

      Harpagophytum (5%) 120 mg

      Capsule shell: Vegetarian gelatin and water.


      DC 25 is a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.

      Bromelain is a digestive enzyme found in some tropical fruits. When taken with food, it helps digest proteins, but when taken without food, it has well-documented anti-inflammatory benefits. It has been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect on the digestive tube, respiratory system, muscles and joints.

      Curcumin is an herb with very well-documented benefits. It has an antioxidant effect and improves digestion and liver function. Numerous studies have also shown its significant anti-inflammatory properties.

      Boswellia is an herb that has been used in traditional Indian medicine for more than 2,000 years. It is well documented for acting as an anti-inflammatory on the joints, tendons, ligaments and bursitis, as well as the respiratory and gastro-intestinal systems. It has also been suggested that Boswellia helps the body produce its own glucosamine.

      Harpagophytum is a plant traditionally used in herbal medicine to help relieve joint pain associated with arthrosis.


      Any type of inflammation.

      Any disorder ending with "itis."

      Warning / Notes

      Not to be taken when pregnant or breastfeeding.

      May be taken with DC 23 in cases of arthrosis and DC 16 in cases of gastro-intestinal, respiratory or urogenital system inflammation.