Made with 1500 mg of Glucosamine Sulfate and MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), painful joints and inflammation
associated with exercise and aging are reduced.
Glucosamine supplements have been regarded as very safe and effective for decades.
Recommended dosing is 3 capsules daily before a meal with a full glass of water.
XENOLABS formulated medically approved natural supplements for better joint functions. These ingredients comply with USDA-certified organic ingredients and do not possess any adverse effects. The power flex joint support product is designed for both men and women of all ages. The final formulation qualified both safety and efficacy tests performed in certified labs. Note that qualified experts manufacture all our products following GMP guidelines devised by FDA. We ensured no gluten, non-GMO, no chemical additives, and preservative-free formulation for high palatability and minimum health risk.
List of Natural Ingredients:
- Glucosamine Sulfate
- Methylsulfonyl Methane (MSM)
- Boswellia extract
- Chondroitin Sulfate
- Cissus Quadrangularis (Leaves)
Health benefits of Power Flex Joint Support
- Promote Joint functions
- Ease Joints pain
- Improve Joint flexibility
- Increase Joint strength
- Support healthy ligaments and tendons
Role of Ingredients
The combination of natural ingredients in the power flex joint support strengthens joints and promotes their functions. An optimal amount of glucosamine and chondroitin protects the chondrocyte cells and supports cartilage integrity. [2, 5] Also, these supplements slow down cartilage degradation and ease joint pain that boosts joint flexibility, and help prevent different joint conditions, including arthritis. [1, 2] Both Boswellia extract and MSM show potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities that relieve joint inflammation and prevent cartilage deterioration. [2, 4, 6] Thus, they significantly help joint mobility, increase the range of motions, strengthen ligaments, and reduce arthritis symptoms. In conclusion, power flex joint support is an effective formulation for supporting and upgrading joint’s health and wellness. [1, 2, 5]
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