Have you discovered, as I have, Qentura Complete – a supplement that provides support for the complete spectrum of pain, including fibromyalgia? In this post, I’ll share information about this product including what’s in it, what it supports in the body, and my surprising personal results.
Are you ready to learn more?
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The Real Story Behind Qentura
The truth behind the idea to create Qentura Complete can be summed up in one word, “frustration.”
For Dr. G, the frustration was two-pronged.
As an MD specializing in pain management, he often recommended vitamins and nutrients to his patients. He found himself jotting down lists that included well-researched pain-relieving nutrients including Vitamin D, Magnesium, Vitamin B12, Folate, Turmeric, and more. He’d periodically add nutrients to his growing list based on positive reports from his patients as well as his personal expanded research. One particular area of concern was the diversity of pain challenges his patients faced. Creating one comprehensive list of powerhouse nutrients became his goal.
And Dr. G’s second frustration?
His patients often brought in bags loaded with supplement bottles for him to review. He was happy to do so, but found it lacked efficiency for several reasons. It was time-consuming for sure, but it also didn’t fully help his patients get what they needed. How could they easily find the nutrients he suggested and in the recommended forms? And, of course, there was the also concern about dosages. He ultimately came up with a comprehensive list including key nutrients known to support pain conditions of all types.
The genesis of Qentura Complete was born.
Once Dr. G realized the limitations of pawing through Ziploc bags of supplement bottles and handing out lists, he knew that something had to be done. When he finalized his recommendations including dosages, he realized he now had something greater than a list — it was a formulation. Even once the idea was there to formulate his own supplement, the project stayed on the back burner for a while as the urgency of his work took precedence.
But again, his patients help him press forward. Some reported pain-relieving benefits with just a few select nutrients, and he knew their benefits had the potential to increase with his formulation. He also felt that sourcing the nutrients on their own put too much of the responsibility and effort on the patient. Don’t chronic pain patients already have more than enough on their plates?
Upon hearing the beneficial results of yet another patient who used just a fraction of his recommendations, Dr. G knew that it was time to put his research into reality. He created his own formulation of nutrients known to support the complete spectrum of pain.
According to Dr. G —
“I knew it was time.
After seeing patients struggle over the years,
I knew that I had to develop the right product that would be
effective, easy, overall safe, and without serious interactions
with the prescribed medications that many are already taking.”
My Personal Experience with Qentura Complete
When I was first contacted by the team at Qentura, I was initially dubious. Of the products that come my way as a blogger, I only sample a small fraction of them since they usually contain something I find objectionable. I became intrigued, however, once I read the ingredients list. Nearly all were familiar to me through my own use and research.
Duly impressed, I gratefully received a free bottle and embarked on a trial period. While I don’t live with anywhere near the pain that I had some twenty years ago (before I reversed my symptoms), I still do have some aches and pains depending on the weather, how much I sit, and from minor injuries (I’m not all that graceful).
What did I have to lose?
After a few weeks, I took stock of my results. I noticeably felt fewer aches and pains. And I didn’t feel pain in my feet and knees even when I stepped-up my walking program. All good, right?
Here was the surprising part (to me).
I believe – and this is completely anecdotal as my own experience – that this supplement has helped to stabilize my weight fluctuations.
I weigh myself daily and chart my results so I’m very familiar with my personal ups and downs. My numbers typically blip up after weekends, events, meals out, and other activities that take me off my normal mealtime routine. This is just the way it goes. But what I noticed, after a month or so of taking this product, is that my numbers jumped to a lesser degree.
While this is nothing dramatic, I’ve just noticed that overall, my numbers have stayed more consistent. I believe this has to do with blood sugar regulation and my body’s response to insulin. And, again, this is just my own observation and the experimenter in me finds it interesting. I thought you might find it interesting, too.
So, what did I do when my free bottle ran out? I went to www.Qentura.io and bought my next one!
What’s in Qentura Complete?
Now let’s get to the important info. Here’s the ingredient list for Qentura Complete:
Vitamin D, Folate, and Vitamin B12 – known for their role in the health of muscles and nerves, deficiencies have been linked to increased pain, neuropathy, and brain damage. Supplementation is generally recommended for these primary vitamins to lay a foundation for healing and relief of widespread pain and other symptoms related to both the muscles and nerves.
Magnesium – known for its muscle-relaxing ability, it helps to relieve pain that comes from stress, tension, injuries, spasms, and more. Also clinically shown to relieve nerve pain. (For more information on magnesium – including symptoms related to deficiency and the various forms of magnesium that can help, check out my RebuildingWellness Magnesium post.)
And a proprietary blend of the following:
Alpha Lipoic Acid – commonly used for symptom relief related to diabetic neuropathy, related to nerve growth and healing, early clinical results indicate positive pain-relieving outcomes for those with fibromyalgia
Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) – known for its useful analgesic properties, used for relief of neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and others
Turmeric extract – a natural anti-inflammatory, the curcuminoids contained in turmeric have shown to be effective in a similar way to NSAIDs demonstrating relief for joint pain and arthritis pain
Bromelain – commonly used to relieve arthritis and joint pain, also improves sinus infections, allergies, and digestive concerns
Devil’s Claw – works in a similar way as modern biologics for rheumatic conditions, currently used to relieve pain in arthritic conditions including back, hip, and knee pain
Boswellia extract – also known as Indian frankincense, has been used medicinally for centuries, known to help alleviate pain, asthma, arthritis, inflammation, and colitis, currently shows efficacy for arthritis pain, joint pain, and tendon pain
Acetyl L-Carnitine – studied for its role in nerve regeneration, has shown to benefit those with neuropathy, nerve pain, and the widespread pain of fibromyalgia
When it comes to the wide variety of nutrients included in Qentura Complete, Dr G says —
“Chronic painful conditions are complex and multifactorial
–so should your treatments and supplements.”
Check Out Qentura Complete for Yourself
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