Nature's Sunshine IF Relief Muscle Soreness
IF Relief contains a combination of herbal extracts that may support the body’s natural process for dealing with muscle pain following exercise and massage.

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Supports the body’s natural process for dealing with muscle pain following exercise and massage.

Sometimes we all overdo it. Thank goodness for IF Relief!

Its herbal extracts support the body’s natural process for combatting physical stress after exercise and massage.

IF Relief is the natural choice to help keep you going strong. With good-for-you ingredients like non-GMO

  • Supports natural processes for recovery from soreness
  • With powerful mangosteen pericarp and turmeric root extracts
  • Features sustainably sourced, non-GMO botanicals
How It Works
How It Works
Our andrographis partner provides a consistent standard of quality by selecting the very best growing regions in India with fertile black soil. High in iron and lime, black soil retains moisture, which conserves water and creates high yield. They plant and harvest by hand and add organic compost. But wait, there’s more.

The majority of their manufacturing power comes from hydro and solar energy sources. And our vendor employs local workers and offer meals, gym privileges and nursery facilities. Last of all, our botanicals are ethically sourced and non-GMO, because that’s what works best for you…and for us.

Andrographis has been used for centuries in Asia, Africa and America for immune, digestive and circulatory support. Historically it was also used for a variety of things, including digestive and respiratory support.

Boswellia has been used for thousands of years to offset joint discomfort, gut stress and heart support. Mangosteen grows in Southeast Asia where it has been popular for hundreds of years. Its unique phytonutrients support cardiovascular and immune system health. The dark purple pericarp is especially rich in antioxidants and beneficial xanthones.

Turmeric spice was used anciently by the Vedics in India, and for religious ceremonies in Southeast Asia. Marco Polo described it in wonder. Today turmeric is cultivated primarily in India where it’s referred to as haldi, manjal or yellow root. In Sanskrit, they call it bhadra (lucky), haridra (dear to hari, Lord Krishna) and jayanti (one that wins over diseases).
What's Inside


Active Ingredients

Andrographis whole plant extract, boswellia gum extract, mangosteen pericarp extract, turmeric root extract and white willow bark extract.

How to Use
How to Use
Take 1 capsule with a meal.

3x daily