The Panitrol brand of joint pain reliever is manufactured by Enzyme Labs and is used to treat many areas of joint-related health including Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Tendonitis. The product is athlete-endorsed and can also help reduce muscle soreness caused by sports injuries or over-exertion. The brand is presented on a very professional website that provides information about the manufacturer, numerous customer testimonials and related herbal safety information.
Panitrol has a 90-day money back guarantee which means that the consumer has plenty of time to see how well the treatment works. A portion of the cost of Panitrol is donated to the Arthritis Foundation and, when ordered from the website costs $59.97 for a one month supply. Customers should be aware that they will be enrolled in an auto-ship program and must cancel promptly if they wish to stop monthly deliveries (and payments).
Panitrol – Facts
Panitrol’s formula is different to many other joint pain relievers on the market as it is based solely on herbal substances and uses none of the standard ingredients such as MSM and Glucosamine. Most of the ingredients are diuretics which work to rid the painful areas of excess fluids and thus reduce inflammation. The main active ingredients are Dandelion, Juniper, Goldenrod, Meadowsweet and Willow. As well as reducing fluid the formula acts as a natural alternative to aspirin, and inhibits pain signals from the brain.
The dosage instructions are very specific for Panitrol and are detailed on the website. While the initial dose is 8 capsules per day, this can be reduced overtime after the formula has built up in the system.
- Panitrol has a 90-day money back guarantee
- The formula causes no harmful side effects
- Customer testimonials are provided
- The formula is all natural
- Dosage instructions are provided
- The website is user-friendly
- The ordering process is secure
- The formula does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin
- No clinical study results are shown
- Panitrol is expensive
Panitrol appears to be a reputable product that would certainly suit someone who prefers all-natural, herbal remedies. However, although it may work well to reduce inflammation, there is no evidence to show it can repair damaged cartilage, something that is usually treated with Glucosamine and Chondroitin, two ingredients that Panitrol does not contain.