Have you tried everything to get rid of your chronic pain and inflammation with no luck? Nopalea, a new product on the market, claims to help you reduce pain and inflammation and return you to health using a blend of all-natural fruit juices and other all-natural ingredients.
Made from the juices of the Nopal Cactus fruit, Nopalea claims to additionally help boost energy, reduce difficulty breathing and even help clear the mind.
Even if Nopalea does bring all-natural ingredients to the table, do these all-natural ingredients work together to bring that perfect blend of healing power or does it leave much to be desired?
Rich in History and Tradition
Nopalea, features juice from the Nopal cactus fruit. The Nopal Cactus and its fruit come from the Sonoran Desert in Mexico, where, for thousands of years it has been harvested and cultivated for its natural healing benefits.
Using many of the same techniques and methods that native Sonorans have used for years, Nopalea is harvested to ensure quality and freshness, thus preserving the potency of these natural antioxidants, bringing you the best possible product.
Fresh, Ripe Ingredients
In addition to the historic harvesting of the Nopal fruit, Nopalea includes 18 other natural antioxidants to aid in the healing pain relief effects it provides, including:
-Grape seed and green tea extract
-Extracts of raspberry, strawberry, cranberry, apple, apricot, and mango
-Juices from orange, tomato, beet, and papaya
-Concentrates of bilberry, kiwi, guava, lemon, peach, and pomegranate
This delicate mix of ingredients helps the body distinguish between what may be considered as harmful, life-threatening inflammation and normal, life-protecting inflammation. Nopalea helps protect against the life-threatening form of this inflammatory response, also aiding in prevention of future illness.
Receiving mixed reviews, Nopalea may not be all it is cracked up to be. Even though this supplement does offer those extra antioxidants and reduction of inflammation as it claims, don’t rush out to buy it just yet.
Priced at around $50 a bottle, Nopalea, could wind up being the money pit your mother warned you about. There are other options on the market that offer similar results that promise to be a little easier on the bank.