A published clinical study has found that Karallief Easy Climb improves joint health and mobility in as little as 30 days
Karallief, Inc., a nutraceutical company that researches, creates and distributes clinically studied combination herbal extract formulas has announced the results of a new clinical study that found its latest formula, Karallief Easy Climb, could be a fast-acting natural product for maintaining healthy joints. Published in the International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, the study found that Karallief Easy Climb improves joint health and mobility in as little as 30 days.*
“Many supplement manufacturers, distributors and consumers are often skeptical about the effectiveness of herbal ingredients for joint support given the lack of clinically backed findings,” said Krishna Rajendran, CEO of Karallief, Inc. “After extensive research and testing, our team of scientists developed a unique and effective formula based on the exact ratios of specific standardised ingredients known for supporting healthy joints, including cartilage, tendons and bones.”
Karallief Easy Climb was tested over the course of 120 days in a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study on participants experiencing age-related knee concerns. One group of 40 participants received 1,000 mg of the Easy Climb formula each day, and a second group of 40 subjects served as the control and received a placebo. During the trial, the participants taking Easy Climb experienced a:
Karallief Easy Climb is a patent-pending herbal formula that is available in powdered form to provide potency and long-term shelf life. This delivery method lends the most flexibility to formulators, making it easy to add to supplements, food, beverages and more. Karallief Easy Climb is vegan, Non-GMO Project verified, and made with a potent 1,000 mg per day blend of standardised herbal ingredients including Cardiospermum Halicacabum (Balloon Vine Extract), Vitex Negundo (Five-Leaved Chaste Tree), Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense), Bambusa Arundinacea (Bamboo), Citrus Sinensis (Sweet Orange) and Curcuma Longa (Turmeric).