Before I took the DeFlame supplement, I constantly had inflammation which was the most obvious in my hands. Now after taking Diva DeFlame I do not feel like a constant inflamed being!
PCOS Diva DeFlame
Supports healthy inflammation response*
PCOS Diva DeFlame
Inflammation is a symptom all women with PCOS share. We know that this widespread inflammation can make even simple daily tasks a challenge. PCOS Diva DeFlame harnesses the power of time-tested herbs such as turmeric, boswellia (Indian Frankincense), ginger and rosemary as well as nutrients and proteolytic enzymes to support your body’s healthy response to inflammation.*
- Supports healthy inflammation response*
- Won’t irritate your stomach like aspirin or NSAIDs
- Promotes healthy response to oxidative stress*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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