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What is Limbrel?

Limbrel 500 Limbrel is the first prescription product developed and formulated specifically to safely meet the distinctive nutritional requirements of patients with osteoarthritis through dual inhibition (COX + LOX) of arachidonic acid metabolization and anti-oxidant action rather than COX-2 selective inhibition. Clinical studies have shown Limbrel to be effective in safely managing the unique nutritional needs of osteoarthritis with side effects comparable to placebo.

Limbrel contains flavocoxid, a proprietary blend of natural ingredients from phytochemical food source materials. Flavocoxid is comprised primarily of the flavonoids such as baicalin and catechin. These or similar ingredients can be found in common foods such as soy, peanuts, cauliflower, kale, apples, apricots, cocoa and green tea. The fact that these and similar ingredients have been widely researched and used in medicinal products in other countries also supports biacalin and catechin's safety and effectiveness. Limbrel provides levels of these flavonoids needed to meet the distinctive nutritional requirements of people with osteoarthritis and cannot be obtained through simply changing the diet.

Each capsule of Limbrel provides 250 mg or 500 mg of flavocoxid and each capsule of Limbrel also contains 50 mg of citrated zinc bisglycinate, which provides 10 mg of elemental zinc.

Limbrel is manufactured according to FDA (Food and Drug Administration) current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

FDA regulations require that Limbrel be used only under a physician's supervision and therefore, it is available by prescription only.

  • Why Limbrel?
  • Why Medical Foods?
Why Limbrel
The nearly pure flavonoids in Limbrel restore the proper metabolic balance of inflammatory metabolites at the cellular level. All the ingredients in Limbrel has GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe), the highest standard of safety.
Why Medical Foods?
Medical foods are an official Food and Drug Administration (FDA) category of products that must have therapeutic value based on recognized science. The name “medical foods” was chosen by the U.S. Congress. All medical foods must meet the distinctive dietary requirements of a particular disease.