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Swollen Feet and Ankles

 

Swollen Feet and Ankles

 

take for swollen feet

 

 

SwellNoMore offers effective relief from swollen feet and ankles- take just two supplements a day to get rid of swelling and puffiness due to water retention and inflammation. Our product comes with a money-back guarantee and is safe and natural, so you can take SwellNoMore every day without worrying about adverse effects. When you order now, you’ll save 44% off the cost of our regular price for SwellNoMore, already one of the lowest-priced natural diuretics on the market.

How Can a Diuretic Help With Swelling?

Most water pills sold today are made from chemical ingredients that cause the body to expel water, but their ingredients come with a cost- your health. SwellNoMore works differently- its 17 natural ingredients enable the body to respond appropriately to swelling and inflammation.

12 ingredients to reduce water retention:

  • Corn Silk
  • Ginger
  • Vitamin B6
  • Dandelion
  • Magnesium
  • Buchu leaf
  • Juniper
  • Uva Ursi leaf
  • Potassium
  • Green leaf tea
  • Hydrangea root
  • Parsley

5 ingredients to combat inflammation:

  • Quercetin
  • Piperine
  • Rutin
  • Bromelain
  • Curcumin

Can I Take a Water Pill Every Day?

Post water pills you find on the store shelf are only safe to take for a few days due to their harsh nature; another reason why SwellNoMore is a better option. Take SwellNoMore daily or on occasion when swelling is present- you’ll see fast relief, typically within 2-3 days. If you suffer from chronic swollen feet and ankles, you can take SwellNoMore every day with no side effects. When you want a natural solution to a serious problem with swelling, there’s nothing else that works like SwellNoMore.

No-Effect Creams

You’ve probably seen creams and other topicals sold in the store with claims that they could eliminate swelling but there is no scientific proof that those products will work- the fact is, they can’t because they only penetrate the surface layers of skin. Swelling occurs under the skin’s surface, which is why it takes a powerful supplement with active ingredients that go to work to reduce swelling and inflammation. SwellNoMore’s effectiveness is based on research and science; you can read more about clinical studies performed on our supplement when you click on ‘Research & Ingredients’.

Dr. Cole’s Reports

At SwellNoMore, we decided to commission independent research early on to lend credence to our belief that our supplement was the most effective natural water pill available- Dr. Cole’s findings were no surprise to us. Still, they can help you better understand how our product works and why it works so well.

Viewing SwellNoMore Reports

Feel free to watch our online video with Dr. Cole explaining the research behind SwellNoMore and how it can relieve swollen feet and ankles quickly. You’ll also find a wealth of information to help you determine whether our product is right for you. Browse our FAQs section, our blog articles, and the list of conditions SwellNoMore will treat. Don’t forget to take advantage of our multiple bottle discount and enjoy free shipping with every order you place through our website.

 




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