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Joint Relief 

Joint Relief contains a combination of proteolytic enzymes, minerals and standardized plant extracts to boost joint health, movement and physical function, maintain a normal inflammatory response and enhance workout reovery time. 

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Boosts joint health, movement and physical function

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Maintains normal inflammatory balance

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Joint Relief

Formulated by physicians from
Harvard, Cornell, MIT and Bastyr

Joint Relief contains a combination of proteolytic enzymes, minerals and standardized plant extracts to boost joint health, movement and physical function, maintain a normal inflammatory response and enhance workout reovery time. 

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Boosts joint health, movement and physical function

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Maintains normal inflammatory balance

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Enhances workout recovery time

Osteoarthritis: Heart Disease for Joints

Joint pain causes too many people to miss out on some of the greatest moments of their lives. While friends and family are enjoying themselves riding bikes, playing tennis, hiking, gardening, dancing or playing with their kids and grandkids, they’re sitting on the sidelines, unable to fully participate. And if they do, they’re often experiencing pain and discomfort, or paying for it later as their joint pain flares up.

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Joint Relief Frequently Asked Questions

How to take Joint Relief for maximum benefit

Q: How many capsules do I take per day? A: The recommendation on the bottle suggests people take 3 capsules per day.

Q: How long will a bottle last? A: If you take the recommended 3 capsules per day, one bottle will last 30 days.

Q: Do I have to take all 3 capsules at the same time? A: No, although once-daily dosing will be more convenient for most people.

Q: Do I need to take the capsules with food? A: You don’t need to take the capsules with food. You can if you’d like, but it’s not required.

Q: If I can’t swallow pills, can I still take Joint Relief?  A: Yes. Simply open the capsules and mix with room temperature or colder food such as yogurt or cottage cheese.

How you’ll know if Joint Relief is helping you

Q: How will I know if Joint Relief is helping me? A: You should expect to feel better, with less discomfort and more joint mobility. Joint Relief is a dietary supplement with clinically validated nutrients to promote joint comfort and support joint health and healthy joint mobility. It’s nutrients have been shown in clinical trials to reduce joint swelling and pain and increase joint range of motion and pain-free activity.

Q: How long should it take until I should expect results? A: Clinical trials on the ingredients suggest that on average it can take 10-14 days to experience benefits; however, many volunteers in the studies got relief faster.

 

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Boswellia serrata (Indian frankincense)

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Magnesium

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Rutin

Jayachandran S, Khobre P. Efficacy of Bromelain along with Trypsin, Rutoside Trihydrate Enzymes and Diclofenac Sodium Combination Therapy for the treatment of TMJ Osteoarthritis – A Randomised Clinical Trial. J Clin Diagn Res. 2017;11(6):ZC09-ZC11. [Article]

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Pine Bark Extract

Cui Y, Xie H, Wang J. Potential biomedical properties of Pinus massoniana bark extract. Phytother Res. 2005 Jan;19(1):34-8. [Article]

Turmeric Root Extract

Dragos D, Gilca M, Gaman L, et al. Phytomedicine in Joint Disorders. Nutrients. 2017;9(1). [Article]

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Kuptniratsaikul V, Dajpratham P, Taechaarpornkul W, et al. Efficacy and safety of Curcuma domestica extracts compared with ibuprofen in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a multicenter study. Clin Interv Aging. 2014;9:451-458. [Article]

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