Celadrin is a patented product that is used as a base for a number of different brands of joint pain relievers. The information for Celadrin is contained on its detailed and user-friendly website which explains the product well and provides customer testimonials with ratings and Frequently Asked Questions. The formula has a number of celebrity endorsements which are included on the site too.
Celadrin is obviously a well-researched and thoroughly tested product judging by the numerous clinical studies and published papers shown on the site. It has proved to be up to 6 times more effective than the commonly used pairing of Glucosamine and Chondroitin and, because it is not sourced from shellfish as these two substances are, it should not cause allergies.
The Celadrin manufacturers offer a free sample of the topical cream and provide links to retail and online stores that carry the product, which is also available in an oral capsule.
Celadrin – Facts
Both types of Celadrin-containing product are made of scientifically arranged cetylated esterfied oils, which although similar to those found in fish oil, are significantly more effective. These oils work at a ‘cellular level’ affecting the cell membranes that make up the joint. Essentially a lubricant, Celadrin provides oil to the joint, which not only allows for more flexibility and ease of movement, but reduces inflammation (the cause of most pain) and allows the joint cells to repair and rebuild themselves.
Celadrin soft gel caps are designed to work in as little as 30 days and are more suited to those who want a long-term joint health supplement, one that will consistently treat the joint to make them stronger and less prone to damage. The topical cream will provide more instant relief (in approximately 30 minutes) and will benefit anyone suffering from occasional stiffness due to overexertion, an arthritic condition, or who wishes to reduce inflammation caused by a sprain or injury. A full list of ingredients for the two formulas is provided with Celadrin being the main active ingredient in both.
No dosage instructions are provided but it is assumed the cream can be used as often as required.
Celadrin – Positive Features
- Celadrin has undergone extensive clinical testing
- It is unlikely to cause side effects
- Celadrin cream provides fast relief
- Both products have cumulative effect
- Celadrin products are very affordable
- Celadrin is more effective than Glucosamine and Chondroitin
- Celadrin is celebrity endorsed
- It is sold in retail stores
- The website includes a free sample offer of Celadrin cream
Celadrin – Negative Features
- The patented formula is sold under a number of different brand names which may confuse consumers
- No free sample of Celadrin capsules are offered
- Celadrin capsules contain gelatin, making them unsuitable for vegetarians
Celadrin – Conclusion
Celadrin does appear to be a good alternative to traditional joint pain relievers and certainly has the evidence to back this up. It would be a good idea for a consumer to take advantage of the free cream sample, particularly as this doesn’t commit them to enrolling in an autoshipping program.
Celadrin is also being studied for its effects on psoriasis and as an anti-wrinkle treatment, and there is no doubt that it will have a positive effect for anyone using it to treat their joint conditions.