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This fatty acid you’ve NEVER heard of could RESCUE worn-out joints

Every step feels like a marathon…

And getting out of bed in the morning is like trying to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.

You don’t need a doc to tell you what’s going on – because it’s obvious.

Your joints are worn out!

You’ve got the stiffnesssoreness… and mobility issues to prove it.

Besides, all that doc will do is put you on stomach-wrecking NSAIDs

And you’ll STILL be in pain!

Fortunately, there’s a way to EASE the aches and pains associated with arthritis…

Even the “wear and tear” form of it, osteoarthritis.

CUSHION your joints… and TURN DOWN the heat… with this crazy-sounding “acid trick”!

IMMUNE to arthritis?

It’s a special type of fatty acid complex called cetyl myristoleate (CM).

It was first discovered – accidentally! — in 1972 by a researcher at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

In his studies, this NIH researcher noticed that certain types of mice could RESIST the development of arthritis — even when he tried to purposely INDUCE it in them.

Turns out that CM naturally occurs in those mice… and in certain other mammals, too.

And when he injected CM into other critters that didn’t have their own natural supplies of it… it also SHIELDED them against the onset of arthritis.

In humans, it can LUBRICATE joints and REDUCE inflammation.

As a result, CM has the potential to …

  • RELIEVE pain
  • SLOW damage, and
  • IMPROVE function, including greater range of motion and balance.

Imagine finally being able to get up out of your easy chair with ZERO effort

Or never again STRUGGLING to climb the stairs.

This isn’t some new-fangled… or “experimental”… therapy.

As a supplement, it’s been PROVING its effectiveness and safety for nearly three decades!

Although CM occurs naturally in mice… as well as cows, whales, and even beavers… you won’t find commercial products that have extracted it from animals.

Supplements now contain a highly purified, refined form of CM that scientists have recreated in a lab by combining myristoleic acid and cetyl alcohol (a process known as “esterification”).

That’s why you might find CM sometimes referred to as “esterified fatty acids” or “cetylated fatty acids.”

In capsule form, the recommended dosage is 400-500 mg daily for 30 days.

Try combining it with other joint-supporting supplements, like glucosamine and omega-3 fatty acids.

CM is also available as a topical cream that you can massage into your trouble spots, like your knees.