Blend of Glucosamine, MSM & Natural Herbs
Why go through the hassle of addressing joint pain and stiffness with a variety of pills and products that may or may not work and need to be used several times a day for relief? With Flex19, you can support your joints with 19 hand-picked ingredients that enhance joint health and may relieve the everyday discomfort caused by stiff, achy joints. The proprietary herbal blend includes devil's claw, ginger root, boswellia and 16 other star ingredients in a natural supplement that targets the joints and helps address common aches and pains that lead to decreased joint function.
Additional ingredients include glucosamine and methylsulfonylmethane (MSM). Studies have repeatedly shown that a combination of these two ingredients lead to better effectiveness in reducing pain and swelling and in improving the functional ability of joints.
Approach your joint health from every angle with the comprehensive formulation found in Flex19 and enjoy simplified relief from the symptoms that slow you down.
Advantages and Disadvantages
- Offers a high quality blend Glucosamine and MSM balanced with medicinal herbs.
- Non-GMO raw materials and ingredients are grown with ecologically friendly cultivation methods.
- Manufactured using NSF Certified contract manufacturers.
- Great value at $59.99 a month (daily cost is about $2 a day) and IVL offers frequent coupons and bulk order discounts.
- Backed by medical doctors with extensive research and proven results, they offer superior quality products.
- Want to know more? The website offers an "Ask a Question" option for all their products.
- Many studies have shown the included herbs to be natural anti-inflammatories without the side effects.
- Any reason 100% money back guarantee.
- Ingredients are listed behind "proprietary amounts."
- People that have allergies to shellfish cannot use since it has glucosamine derived shellfish.
- Allow 2 weeks to 4 weeks to see results. Your pain didn't start overnight, the relief will take time.
- Ginger thins blood, so hemophiliacs or people with blood thinners should not use ginger.
- Papain should not be used in anyone sensitive to papaya.
- Bromelain should not be used in anyone allergic to pineapple.
- Only available online.
As with any treatment option, results will vary based on many factors including on how far the condition has progressed, the complexity of your particular root reason for supplements, as well as many other factors including how well you keep up with care at home and certain risk factors, such as smoking, which may lower the chances of success.
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Flex-19 Ingredients by IVL Products
Glucosamine is naturally found in the fluid around your joints and plays a vital role in building cartilage.
Methyl sulfonyl methane (MSM) has been used by chronic pain suffers to help reduce inflammation and musculoskeletal pain.
White Willow Bark
The bark of white willow tree contains salicin, a chemical similar to aspirin, which is often combined with herbs as a powerful anti-inflammatory.
This common extract reduces pain-producing prostaglandin in the body and helps fight inflammation.
This extract blocks the enzymes that deliver pain and fights free radicals that damage tissues and contribute to painful swelling.
Widely used as a natural pain reliever, Devil's Claw is siad to reduce inflammation and may provide relief comparable to mainstream drugs commonly used to treat chronic muscle and joint pain, and a variety of other ailments.
This natural ingredient comes from pineapples and its effects on the body. This source of proteolytic enzymes blocks pain and help breaks down scar tissue by improving blood circulation.
An extensively used and studied herb, Boswellia reduces pain and inflammation and supports blood circulation.
A plant extract that blocks pain-producing enzymes and reduces inflammation. This enzyme performs additional functions in the body, including helping fight infection, boosting the immune system and acting as an antioxidant to reduce free radicals and protect healthy tissues.Learn More
With a name such as devil’s claw, do you expect this herb to do any good? In herbal medicine, it is the roots and tubers are usually for the plant's anti-inflammatory properties.
Pineapples have been used for ages in Central and South America and Asia as medicinal treatments for inflammation and indigestion. Bromelain from pineapples contain a mixture of proteolytic enzymes, which makes it useful for several things.
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