Multiflex Acute: Joint Supplement
If you suffer from any heath issue that causes inflammation of your joints you understand how wearing the constant pain and stiffness can be on your daily life. I have arthritis in several joints and plantar fasciitis in both feet. It takes a good amount of will power to get me moving as the first dozen steps can be quite painful if I have been idle for any length of time.
Recently I received a bottle of Multiflex Acute to review. I was skeptical at the “wonder drug” claims but decided to give it a try since the ingredients were all natural products that I knew were suppose to be helpful with joint pain.
The ingredients include White Willow bark, Turmeric root, Boswelia resin, Ginger root, and Arnica flower. All are reported to be helpful in reducing inflammation.
While I can’t claim that I was cured and pain free with just one pill…I would recommend this product to those that suffer from joint pain because of arthritis or plantar fasciitis. I would imagine it would be just as helpful for other joint issues, but I am only able to support the ones that affect me.
I am now on my third bottle using this product and still feel it is helpful in reducing the pain and inflammation. It doesn’t make me jumpy and it doesn’t interact with other meds but I would remind you to always check with your physician before adding this or any supplement to your routine.
For more information or to order yourself a bottle of Multiflex Acute: Joint Supplement, visit Excel Nutritionals on Amazon.
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