Hydraflexin is a product that is manufactured by Biocentric Health and designed to treat a wide range of joint and pain conditions. According to the company website, the all-natural product can help relieve pain caused by Arthritis, Tendonitis and surgery, and has been voted in the Top Ten products of its kind by Consumer Health Digest. They go on to state that it took 15 years of research to produce the formula, although no proof of this is shown in the form of scientific tests.
While the Hydraflexin website is informative, it is not overly professional in its tone and much of the site concerns the ordering process. There are customer testimonials provided plus details of the 90-day money back guarantee. Hydraflexin is not available in stores, and can be bought for a cost of $39.95 for a one month supply. However, discounts and free gifts (a joint pain ‘special report’ and multivitamin supplement) are offered with orders of 2 or more bottles.
Hydraflexin – Facts
Hydraflexin differs from the majority of pain relieving treatments on the market which generally use the Glucosamine/ Chondroitin combination. Instead, Hydraflexin uses two natural substances, the first an extract called Andrographis and the second Hyaluronic acid.
The former ingredient helps to inhibit pain causing substances such as Cox2 and cytokines, reducing inflammation and allowing healing to take place. Hyaluronic acid is an essential ingredient that aids joints in several ways, but mainly by acting as a ‘shock absorber’, cushioning the area and providing lubrication.
It is not known if there are any additional ingredients in the blend, and no instructions for dosage are provided.
- The product is all-natural
- Free bonus gifts are provided
- The key ingredients are explained well
- A 90-day money back guarantee is provided
- Company contact details are available
- No clinical trials are shown
- The formula does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin
- No dosage instructions are provided
- The website largely focuses on the ordering process
If a manufacturer truly believes that their formula works as well as they claim it does, they need to be able to provide solid evidence for the prospective customer rather than simply relying on testimonials. The fact that Hydraflexin doesn’t contain Glucosamine and Chondroitin is a concern although there is a very generous money back guarantee, giving the consumer ample time to judge the product first hand.