LiquidCMO consumers, who have Osteoarthritis experience a 2 to 7 day Healing reaction as described on our “What To Expect” page, then experience improvement without side effects, when taken as suggested.

At this time, at least half of our LiquidCMO clients are taking the LiquidCMO for some form of arthritis and are having amazing results!

We now have many clients who are taking LiquidCMO for their Osteoarthritis condition. After the healing reaction is over, these individuals tell us that the painful red inflammation and the overall pain associated with their OA condition are greatly reduced, usually between weeks 1-3 of starting the LiquidCMO regimen.

Many of these clients then report, that as they continue to take the LiquidCMO, the pain and inflammation normally associated with this condition are completely alleviated by the end of the third or fourth week, and it would seem that the progression of the condition has been arrested.

Most of these individuals must stay on full dose of LiquidCMO (one tablespoon a day) for six to eight months and then go to a maintenance dose of one to two teaspoon a day to maintain the beneficial effects and to remain pain free. We recommend staying on LiquidCMO for one month per year that you have suffered from osteoarthritis.

Please read LiquidCMO client testimonials on this website and go YouTube. Just go to YouTube and type in LiquidCMO to see the videos.

About Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA), is a painful and often limiting joint disease that affects an estimated 27 million Americans. It is commonly known as wear and tear arthritis, and is the most common type of arthritis. It is associated with a breakdown of cartilage in joints and can occur in almost any joint in the body. It commonly occurs in the weight bearing joints of the hips, knees, and spine. It also affects the fingers, thumb, neck, and large toe. Osteoarthritis usually does not affect other joints unless previous injury or excessive stress is involved.

Osteoarthritis causes the cartilage in a joint to become stiff and lose its elasticity, making it more susceptible to damage over time; the cartilage may wear away in some areas, greatly decreasing its ability to act as your body’s shock absorber. As the cartilage deteriorates, tendons and ligaments stretch, causing pain. If the condition worsens, the bones could rub against each other causing extreme pain.

OA is a painful joint disease that can place severe limits on daily activity and quality of life. OA, which is the most common form of arthritis, often causing weakness and disability, interferes with people’s ability to work, and results in costly joint replacements. The prevalence of OA increases rapidly beginning at age 45, affecting many people in their prime working years. One in two Americans will get some form of OA in their lifetime and 27 million adults currently have it. One in two Americans may develop symptomatic knee OA in their lifetime. (Center for Disease Control CDC). Even people in their 20s and 30s can get osteoarthritis.

Know Your Risk. 50 million people are affected with arthritis. It is estimated that 1 in 2 people will get symptomatic knee OA in their lifetime. It is estimated that 1 in 2 people will get some form of OA in their lifetime. With the combination of the aging Baby Boomer population, increased longevity of U.S. citizens and the obesity epidemic, the rising prevalence of OA is expected to contribute even more heavily to the severe health and economic effects already present. OA often causes weakness and disability, interferes with work productivity, and results in joint replacement.

Be Aware of OA Risk Factors. A recent community study estimated that the lifetime risk of developing knee osteoarthritis serious enough to cause symptoms is 45%. Risk for knee OA increases to 57% among people with a past knee injury. The same study found that the lifetime risk for knee osteoarthritis also goes up with increased weight, with 2 in 3 people who are obese at risk. Many people with OA are not being proactive because of the misconception that arthritis is an inevitable part of aging and that the aches and pains are simply something you must learn to live with.

This is not true. At least 50% of all LiquidCMO consumers suffer from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis and have reported a partial or complete alleviation of all symptoms within 30 days of starting a LiquidCMO regimen. To further support our consumers and those who suffer with these conditions we have opened the AZ Fibromyalgia and Arthritis Pain Centers. Please contact us at 602 595 6277 of email us at support@azfibrocenters.com

Symptoms include but not limited to:

  • Joint aching and soreness, especially with movement
  • Pain after overuse or after long periods of inactivity
  • Stiffness after periods of rest
  • Bony enlargements in the middle and end joints of the fingers (which may or may not be painful)
  • Joint swelling
  • Joint pain that awakens you from deep sleep