When we think of inflammation the first thing that usually comes to mind is swelling, redness and some sort of pain.

Not all inflammation is topical; the body can become internally inflammed as well. This can be caused from a multitude of things such as eczema and psoraisis which are auto immune diseases. Candida, a yeast overgrowth, is also a form of internal inflammation. When our gut isn’t healthy all sorts of problems arise and the culprit is usually inflammation.

Inflammation weakens the immune system affecting every cell in the body therefore, a person gets sick easily and sometimes finds it difficult to get over an illness. Usually when that happens people are seeking relief from any source of medicine that claims to be the “cure”. However, the medications might give temporary relief because it’s treating the symptoms and not the cause. So what happens? You’re still sick!

Some medications can also be the culprit that causes havoc on your system. I’m not saying medicine isn’t good or helpful, I’m simply saying there are some medications that can cause irritation in the gut especially if the medicine has been used for a long period of time. The result is inflammation.

If someone has an auto immune disease its helpful to consult with a nutritionist about their diet. There are many foods that can cause inflammation and by eliminating those from your diet you will actually feel the difference. It takes time to learn how to eat certain foods and stay away from certain foods but it’s well worth doing.

Those of you who are already using Osmosis products know how result-oriented these products are. But how many of you are familiar with Restore?  Restore is an immune repair elixir; taken sublingually in the mouth.

Restore corrects inflammation and damage in every organ and cell in the body.”

The ingredients in Restore is coconut oil and Trioxolane. Trioxolane is found in Sweet Wormwood extract but is not Sweet Wormwood extract itself.

Restore is recommended for a number of conditions such as acne, rosacea, hyperpigmentation and auto immune diseases just to name a few.

The bottom line is:  Restore is the “go-to” product for correcting inflammation.


Linda Jenkins

Linda earned her skin care license in Austin in 1999 and immediately began working in Austin at a high-end day spa. In 2000, The Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa in Asheville, North Carolina, presented her an impassable opportunity. Her decision to relocate was to gain further experience and share her passion at this renowned historical resort nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She had tenure of 12 years with The Grove Park Spa family, four of which she was the Lead Esthetician.

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