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Tendonitis (which is also sometimes spelled tendinitis) is a form of painful inflammation in the tendons, which are the chord-like parts of the body that connect muscles to bones. Usually caused by repetitive movements (like exercise or sitting in the same position for many hours), injuries or built-up inflammation over time, tendonitis can cause a lot of pain.

People who are over 40 years old tend to get tendonitis more than younger people, but really anyone can develop symptoms depending on how damaged versus elastic tendons become. It’s true that as we age, our ligaments, bones and tendons slowly weaken with everyday wear and tear, so we’re more likely to experience things like muscle or joint pain. Tendonitis comes down to experiencing inflamed tendons that are more susceptible to stress, strain, movement and tears. Despite what most people assume, this can affect people of all ages, sizes and physical activity levels, not just serious athletes or the elderly.



Tendonitis symptoms can vary in terms of how long they last, some healing within a couple weeks with others lasting for more than a few months. It really all depends on how severe your injury is, how long it’s been going on and how much inflammation has developed. The sooner you address the problem, rest and seek treatment, the quicker you should be able to see symptoms subside.

Some of the common areas of the body where tendonitis can develop include the knees, shoulders, heels, elbows, wrists, hips and hands. Different types of tendonitis go by various names depending on how and where it forms, for example:

  • “Tennis elbow”
  • “Golfer’s elbow”
  • “Pitcher’s shoulder”
  • “Swimmer’s shoulder”
  • “Jumper’s knee”

Some common signs indicating that you might have tendonitis include:

  • feeling pains and aches around a specific ligament, joint or muscle
    swelling and tenderness
  • increased pain when moving or exercising
  • stiffness
  • trouble sleeping due to pain





Dink 1 capsule, Inflammation Blend, once a day. 

Apply Pain Blend 100ml for pain management as needed.

OR apply the Sore Muscles and Massage Blend over the area to manage pain and inflammation. 

Supplements for tendonitis: To give your immune system a boost, lower inflammation, and nourish damaged tissue, you can try these supplements that fight pain and swelling: Omega-3 fish oils, Collagen 350g 450g 700g, Bone Broth 350g 450g, and MSM 

Bromelain – an enzyme that comes from pineapples that reduces inflammation – take 250 milligrams, twice a day.

Essential oils: To help reduce pain and speed up blood flow, try natural essential oils like Cypress 5ml 10ml, Frankincense 5ml 10ml, or Peppermint 5ml 10ml. Use them by mixing two drops of each oil with 1/2 teaspoon of coconut oil. Apply the mixture directly to the painful area three to five times daily with a warm compress to help them sink into the skin. Soaking in a warm bath infused with essential oils is another good option. Always first mix the oils with Epson salts before adding them to bathwater. 



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