Flexamin is an over-the-counter joint pain relief brand that is available in a number of different formulas.
The information for the Flexamin range on the company website is limited, just covering the basic details for the individual products. A customer FAQ section is provided as is a link to the Flexamin television commercial. A section headed ‘Health Research’ is actually just the company’s mission statement and links to Arthritis organizations. No actual clinical research for any of the ingredients is provided. Also, unlike many health product websites, no customer testimonials are shown.
While Flexamin is not offered for a free sample, the consumer can download printable discount coupons, redeemable in the stores where Flexamin is sold (for which the website provides a convenient list).
Flexamin – Facts
Flexamin comes in four different formulas including Triple Strength and Complete. All products contain roughly the same active ingredients with certain extra vitamins and minerals added to different formulas. Apart from this, only the ingredient amounts differ.
As with all the formulas, Flexamin Complete contains a blend of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM, all commonly found in traditional joint pain relievers. Working synergistically these ingredients help to repair any damaged joint cartilage and, being the ‘building blocks’ of healthy joints, rebuild and maintain the cartilage, connective tissues and muscle in the body. The addition of Hyaluronic Acid is important for its ability to produce the lubricating synovial fluid that ensures joints move smoothly and without friction.
In this particular formula, White Willow Bark and Boswellia are used in a proprietary blend as both are effective in reducing inflammation. The digestive aid Ginger, all round longevity and mood booster SAM-e and Citrus Bioflavonoid round out the blend and their exact amounts are not provided.
- Flexamin comes in a variety of formulas
- Flexamin is widely available in retail stores
- The product is reasonably affordable
- The Flexamin website contains discount coupons
- A comprehensive FAQ section is shown
- Flexamin addresses many aspects of joint health
- The formulas contain additional beneficial vitamins and minerals
- No clinical trials are provided
- No customer testimonials are shown
- Consumers may be confused about which formula to take
- No free samples are provided
- No warning is given regarding the possibility of allergic reactions (to the shellfish-derived Glucosamine)
- Not all the ingredient amounts are known
Flexamin would be a good choice for anyone hoping to prevent aging joints from becoming worse and to help relieve any existing minor stiffness and pain. It is advisable for the consumer to consult with a pharmacist for help in choosing the most suitable formula, although all contain the essential active ingredients.
The only aspect of Flexamin that may deter some consumers is the lack of clinical studies performed on the brand, although there is plenty of evidence to show the beneficial qualities of the individual ingredients.