If you have this debilitating disease, you've probably wondered if ANYTHING will work.

The pain is just too great... and no matter what you do, it never seems to go away. 

Well, you're not alone…

In fact, you're in better company than you probably ever thought.

Because it turns out there’s a MAJOR problem with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) drugs... 

And a new study shows just how bad it is. 

But don't worry—I’ll let you in on some much better alternatives today.

Drugs are highly unlikely to cure RA

When a doctor writes you a prescription for a rheumatoid arthritis drug, there are two different goals:

1) Complete remission 

2) Reduction of symptoms

If you've been instructed to pick up a TNF (tumor necrosis factor) inhibitor, there's about a 70-80 percent chance you're flat out of luck.

You see, out of 14,436 patients taking a TNF inhibitor, only 14.9 percent got complete relief... while 23.6 percent saw a reduction in their symptoms. 

Sure, that’s an improvement.

But only for very few folks—a quarter or less. 

So the odds mainstream medicine is going to be able to help you are pretty low. 

The reason mainstream medicine uses TNF inhibitors for RA is because TNF, a substance produced by your immune system, causes inflammation. 

Inflammation is at the heart of RA -- which makes the solution a lot easier than mainstream makes it out to be.

The key is calming your immune system. And the best way to do THAT is to give it the support it needs…

That’s where these three supplements come in; they’ve been scientifically PROVEN to relieve ALL signs of RA. 

Try taking them together, as a study shows they’re even more powerful in combination.  

Not only will this combo reduce your inflammation, it’ll also help rebuild bones and cartilage in your joints:

Probiotics

A probiotic with multiple strains and a CFU (colony forming units) in the BILLIONS can prep the stage for an easy win. Probiotics will help clear your gut of inflammation-causing "bad" bacteria and get your immune system back on track.

They're also vital to help your digestion so you can get the most out of the next two supplements…

Zinc

Zinc has long been known to strengthen your immune system thanks to its ability to fight free radicals. It's an old standby in the winter when you feel the pressure of a cold or the flu coming on. And it's difficult for your body to absorb it, so a supplement can give you amounts you'd have difficulty getting from your diet alone.

CoQ10

CoQ10 is an antioxidant your body makes. But once you hit your 30s, your production of it comes screeching to a halt. You can certainly take CoQ10 and feel the pain leave your joints, but you'll see better success with ubiquinol -- the more absorbable form of CoQ10.

And one final pointer…

You can up the ante even higher with acupuncture. This ancient practice is proven to help reduce inflammation, increase blood flow, and release endorphins. 

Endorphins are natural, feel-good chemicals that can put your pain to rest. 

Plus, acupuncture has the added effect of easing the cause of RA – inflammation!