#4 Flexcin www.flexcin.com
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Overall Rating: 74.3% (ingredient research)
This product has a good combination of all natural ingredients for inflammation and joint pain. This product fell short of our top product because it does not contain enough ingredients to target gout specifically and the main ingredient is not widely used in joint supplements and has little research. Its main ingredient was found to be helpful in arthritis, quite by accident in laboratory years ago, its creator tried it and felt relief from arthritis pain.
Flexicin uses a safe an all natural ingredient called cetyl myristoleate. It is formulated to be easily absorbed by the body. This product is made in the United States and is good for sports and repetitive use injuries. There are no reported side effects and its use supports healthy joint function. The downside is our editors could not find enough instances of its use in joint supplements to support its effectiveness.
It does contain MSM and glucosamine, which are known to be effective in controlling joint pain and inflammation. But this product also lacks ingredients that target gout symptoms such as increased uric acid levels.
Flexcin retails for $49.95 a bottle. The recommended dosage is 3 capsules daily. At 30 capsules in a bottle, at least 3 full bottles would be needed each month.
Flexcin may offer benefits for joint pain and inflammation, but does not target the issues of gout. Also, the value is very pricey with the recommended dosage. Our editors would like to see more ingredients focused on gout and increase the amount of ingredients in the tablets to give the consumer more value.
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