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Ankylosing Spondylitis AS


Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a long-term (chronic) condition in which the spine and other areas of the body become inflamed.

The symptoms of AS can vary but usually involve:

  • back pain and stiffness that improves with exercise and isn’t relieved by rest
  • pain and swelling in other parts of the body, such as the hips, knees and ribs
  • fatigue (extreme tiredness)

These symptoms tend to develop gradually, usually over several months or years, and may come and go over time.

In some people, the condition gets better with time, but for others it can get slowly worse.


The symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis (AS) can vary from person to person but usually develop slowly, over several months or years.
AS usually first starts to develop during later teenage years or early adulthood. The symptoms may come and go, and improve or get worse over many years.

Main symptoms

The main symptoms of AS are described below, although you may not develop all of these if you have the condition.

Back pain and stiffness

Back pain and stiffness are usually the main symptoms of AS. You may find:

  • the pain gets better with exercise but doesn’t improve, or gets worse, with rest
  • the pain and stiffness are worse in the morning and at night – you may wake up regularly during the night because of the pain
  • you have pain in the area around your buttocks


As well as causing symptoms in your back and spine, AS can also cause inflammation of the joints (arthritis) in other parts of your body, such as your hips and knees. The main symptoms associated with arthritis are:

  • pain on moving the affected joint
  • tenderness when the affected joint is examined
  • swelling and warmth in the affected area


Enthesitis is painful inflammation where a bone is joined to a tendon (a tough cord of tissue that connects muscles to bones) or a ligament (a band of tissue that connects bones to bones).

Common sites for enthesitis are:

  • at the top of the shin bone
  • behind the heel (Achilles tendon)
  • under the heel
  • where the ribs join to the breastbone

If your ribs are affected, you may experience chest pain, and you may find it difficult to expand your chest when breathing deeply.


Fatigue is a common symptom of untreated AS. It can make you feel tired -and lacking in energy.



Ankylosing Spondylitis AS

Topically apply 15 drops over the spine:

Inflammation Blend, in the morning

DNA Protector in the evening

Drink 1 capsule 90 150 Inflammation Blend and 1 capsule Pain Blend (30ml), as needed and at different times during the day. Always drink capsules after eating a meal or a small snack.

If arthritis symptoms are also being experienced, drink 1 capsule Joint Support Blend (Arthritis), once a day.

You can also apply 15-20 drops of the Pain Blend 100ml, over the spine and/or affected area as needed for pain management.

Whenever you apply more than one blend to an area, wait 10 minutes between applications.

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