Flavocoxid

Category: Arthritis



Flavocoxid Overview

Flavocoxid[1] is a medical food consisting of plant derived flavonoids which have anti-inflammatory activity and are used to provide nutritional support to people with chronic osteoarthritis.[2] Flavocoxid has been approved for use as a medical food in the United States since 2004 and is available by prescription for use in chronic osteoarthritis in tablets of 500mg under the commercial name Limbrel.[3] Flavocoxid has been linked to occasional ...

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Flavocoxid
  • Capsule: 250mg
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