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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Exercise-induced muscle damage? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Exercise-induced muscle damage. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Exercise-induced muscle damage returned 37 matches.

Treatment Name EffectivenessWhat is this? User Reviews
ASTAXANTHIN   57 User Reviews
BETA-CAROTENE   5 User Reviews
BETAINE ANHYDROUS   4 User Reviews
BLUE-GREEN ALGAE   28 User Reviews
CAFFEINE   43 User Reviews
CAFFEINE   43 User Reviews
CARNOSINE   8 User Reviews
CHONDROITIN SULFATE   12 User Reviews
COCONUT WATER   14 User Reviews
ECHINACEA   68 User Reviews
EPHEDRA   17 User Reviews
FENUGREEK   59 User Reviews
FISH OIL   186 User Reviews
FISH OIL   186 User Reviews
FLAXSEED OIL   59 User Reviews
GARCINIA   865 User Reviews
GARLIC   30 User Reviews
GARLIC   30 User Reviews
KUDZU   17 User Reviews
L-ARGININE   92 User Reviews
L-CITRULLINE   18 User Reviews
LUTEIN   41 User Reviews
MELATONIN   328 User Reviews
MSM (METHYLSULFONYLMETHANE)   144 User Reviews
MSM (METHYLSULFONYLMETHANE)   144 User Reviews
NONI   37 User Reviews
PAPAIN   15 User Reviews
PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE   60 User Reviews
POMEGRANATE   13 User Reviews
QUERCETIN   43 User Reviews
QUERCETIN   43 User Reviews
SCHISANDRA   14 User Reviews
SOY   41 User Reviews
TAURINE   32 User Reviews
VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)   42 User Reviews
WHEY PROTEIN   28 User Reviews
YOHIMBE   77 User Reviews

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