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Acusil is a natural remedy that helps reduce fluid in joints to increase joint mobility. Clinical trials on the ingredients in our product have shown improved measures of daily function, without adverse effects.
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Joint Mobility


Whether you're at play or in a demanding work environment, joint inflammation can develop rather quickly. This is, in large part, due to the repetitive stressors applied to areas surrounding your joint cavities. There are more than 150 of these joint cavities in our bodies.

These small, fluid-filled sacs provide lubrication and a cushioning effect for the many pressure points between bone, as well as the tendons and muscles surrounding the joint.

These joint cavities may become inflamed sometimes leading to moderate pain and the decreased range of motion of a particular joint during normal movement, or actions that would typically be construed as easy and/or pain-free.

Symptoms are often short-lived.

However, recurrences are common and this is where the majority of problems arise. What was once a dull ache may turn into a nagging pain. Many physicians state that swollen joints may respond extremely well to natural therapies once properly identified. Acusil, along with adequate rest and immobilization of the affected area, can an effective remedy.

This type of joint cavity inflammation typically results from excessive friction or the overuse of a specific joint.

When repetition is not to blame, joint swelling likely caused by direct trauma, such as kneeling or a repetitive impact of the area. Many times, physicians do not have a definitive answer and the cause remains unknown.

The ingredients found in this remedy have been proven to safely improve joint mobility by promoting the reduction of fluid in joints. 


Signs and Symptoms of Bursitis


People with fluid in their joints often complain of symptoms that resemble muscle strain, making the process of self-diagnosis extremely difficult.

Medical intervention is the most accurate way of assessing the severity of the swelling. The signs and symptoms vary from person to person. Some cases may be easily recognizable by localized swelling, tenderness, and mild pain. Others may complain of symptoms ranging from motion issues (i. e. decreased movement), pressure, and stiffness to the local area of the joint, to a burning sensation which encompasses the entire joint around the inflamed area.

However, it is almost always identified by mild pain during and after activity.


Are You at Risk?


Again, the primary causes of inflammation are the overuse (i. e. repetitive movement) of a joint and trauma to muscles or joint cavity itself. However, if you lead a sedentary lifestyle, you are also at an increased risk.

The lack of elasticity in muscle has been shown to be a contributing factor in the accumulation of fluid in your joints. Other factors associated with an increased risk include age, posture, sitting for extended durations, and in the foot, bunions.


Standard Treatment Options


The primary goal of recovery for those with swelling in joint areas is to prevent any recurrences by protecting, or immobilizing, the affected area.

This can be accomplished by limiting physical activity, getting adequate rest, nutritional supplementation, addressing dietary concerns, and applying ice packs to provide a reduction in swelling (if needed). Some doctors may even implement a physical therapy protocol, exercising in a way that does not cause inflammation, rather speeds the recovery process by strengthening muscles in the area of bursa inflammation.


Acusil: Remedy to Reduce Inflammation


A remedy like Acusil can be helpful in the management of fluid in your joints. Diet and nutritional supplementation programs rich in oils and herbs with natural anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to be advantageous to one's overall health.

Acusil contains supplements shown to strengthen and tone specific body systems; namely those which encompass the body's natural inflammatory, immunologic, and pain response. The ingredient list includes:

- Methylsulfonylmethane, or MSM, is a sulfur-containing remedy that promotes improved joint mobility when swelling was previously present. 

- Curcumin (Curcuma longa) is one of the best known and heavily researched anti-swelling compounds and is the main active ingredient in the herb turmeric; a herb which has been used extensively by naturopathic physicians.

- Willow Bark Extract (Salix alba) contains anti-swelling compounds (like salicin).

- Boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense) is another natural anti-swelling herb with a safe pharmacologic profile.

- Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a natural anti-swelling agent. Much like Boswellia, it helps manage the body's natural response to swelling by regulating s-lipoxygenase.

When used in conjunction with a diet abundant in vitamins A and C, calcium, magnesium, essential oils, and B-vitamin compounds, Acusil accurately addresses the nutritional concerns of swelling in the joints; providing reductions in mild discomfort and mobility limitations.



Frequently Asked Questions


I'm not sure if I have bursitis or not, when should I see my doctor?

  • If you find that your condition is not responding well to at-home treatments, a physician should be contacted. A good rule of thumb when contemplating physician assistance is to assess personal pain and discomfort levels. You should always contact a doctor if the pain is disabling or if it lasts for more than 10 consecutive days. Other signs to look for when deciding to seek medical advice include; redness, excessive swelling, bruising, rash, sharp and/or shooting pains when exerting force upon the joint, fever, and if currently suffer from an underlying medical condition.

What test will my doctor use to determine if I have this condition?

  • It is likely that your doctor will assess your current activity levels and medical history. He/She will also define the levels of pain and tenderness in the affected area(s). Tests can also be performed to find your current range of motion and to gauge nerve function and blood circulation efficacy. If initial treatments prove unsuccessful your doctor may use more condition-specific techniques to treat the inflamed bursa. These secondary methods include; aspiration of the bursa, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-rays, and ultrasound. This will provide for the most accurate diagnosis; helping the physician implement a recovery protocol that is based upon the severity of your condition.

Once diagnosed, how can I prevent bursitis and its potential recurrences?

  • Several steps can be taken to prevent bursitis from occurring, as well as to eliminate future "flare-ups" of persistence. If you've never had bursitis, the following list is a great tool for preventing its onset. On the other hand, if you are currently suffering from this condition, the information may be applied once your symptoms have subsided to maximize recovery and reduce the potential for bursitis recurrence. What to do:

    -Stretch at least once a day, especially before and after workouts
    -Do range-of-motion exercises, even when resting, to combat stiffness from occurring
    -Implement a resistance training program to strengthen muscles around the affected joint
    -Return to activity slowly by gradually increasing workout intensity and duration
    -Avoid tobacco smoke; smoking has been shown to impair collagen production, which is a necessary   component in tissue healing. 

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Acusil Supplement Facts

Serving Size 2 Capsules Amount Per Serving Daily Value
Servings Per Container 30
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) 500 mg *
Turmeric Extract (Curcuma longa) (root)
    Curcumin 95%
200 mg *
White Willow Extract (Salix alba) (bark) 100 mg *
Boswellia Serrata Extract (gum resin) 150 mg *
Ginger Extract (Zingiber officinale) (root) 150 mg *

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.

*Daily Value Not Established




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.

*Results may vary from person to person.


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