I am an ex carpet layer, dragging and installing carpet and vinyl all day, not listening to what your body is telling you when it hurts because the job has to be finished in time. I was told 25 years ago that if I would not slow down or stop, I would end up in a wheelchair. Who believes that when you feel good with a bit of back pain sometimes? I stopped laying carpet when I turned 55 but still built our home in my own time and with help of a very good neighbour.
Now after the latest CT scan, the doctor told me there wasn’t a normal vertebrae in my back and that I had osteo arthritis. I was prescribed anti-inflammatory. After a while, the problems started. I had tummy ache, not concentrating, not seeing properly and was irritable etc. Now from anti-inflammatory to Panadol osteo but I only use half of what the doc tells me. To fill to my own feeling, I use your Rose-Hip Vital and it seems to work. I use capsules and or in powder form. I will never be 100% but with a bit oft the same back pain sometimes as in the old days I am very happy.