What is Sigesbeckia?

Sigesbeckia is an annual plant from the Asteraceae family.  The plant has been used for centuries in many countries around the world to relieve wide-ranging musculoskeletal pains.  Three species have been used traditionally in medicines: Sigesbeckia orientalis, Sigesbeckia pubescens, and Sigesbeckia glabracens; although many botanists do not recognise pubescens as a separate species but rather as a sub-species of orientalis.  Phynova Joint and Muscle Relief Tablets are made from a pharmaceutical grade extract of Sigesbeckia orientalis L. subsp. pubescens.  Sigesbeckia extract is exclusively available in the UK in Phynova Joint and Muscle Relief Tablets.


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How is it made?

Phynova Joint and Muscle Relief Tablets are made to pharmaceutical standards in the UK.  Carefully selected Sigesbeckia plants are collected and the active molecules are extracted from the plant and concentrated using modern production technology. This pharmaceutical grade extract of Sigesbeckia is made into convenient tablets that are easy to take with a little water.  Our product is made to the highest quality standards, starting from the raw material, which is tested to ensure compliance with European Pharmacopoeia quality standards, through to the extract and finished product, which is quality tested to the same exacting standards as conventional medicines.


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I increasingly suffered joint and muscle pain, to the extent that I found almost all actions painful. I read an article on Phynova and decided that it sounded that it might help. Currently on my 4th order, I found improvement by the end of the second month and that has continued to date!Peter - verified purchase

How to use it

  • Adults over 18 years: take one tablet twice a day (morning and evening) with water
  • Take the product for as long as needed
  • Does not need to be taken with a meal
  • Can be taken every day and used with other pain relief medication
  • Always read the information leaflet
  • Do not use if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or allergic to any of the ingredients
  • Consult your GP or pharmacist if symptoms do not improve after 4 weeks
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