SierraSil is a brand of over-the-counter joint pain treatment that is also used for a number of other health conditions. In addition to having an anti-inflammatory effect, SierraSil is said to also aid digestive disorders, improve athletic performance and rid the body of damaging toxins.
The SierraSil product website is very informative with details about the manufacturer (including all contact information), additional joint care health articles, customer testimonials and a comprehensive explanation of the formula. There is a good FAQ section and ‘store locator’ guide, although the product can also be purchased directly from the site. A 90 capsule bottle of SierraSil costs $32.99 and has a 90-day money back guarantee. There are no free samples available but the website does offer promotions and discounts.
SierraSil – Facts
Unlike standard joint pain products, most of which contain Glucosamine and Chondroitin, SierraSil is based solely on a mineral-rich substance which consists of clay plus macro and trace minerals. When taken on a regular basis, SierraSil helps draw out harmful toxins from the system which, it is claimed, will improve general wellbeing in addition to relieving joint pain and inflammation. Once the inflammation is reduced, the joint can then work on rebuilding itself, producing stronger cartilage and lubrication.
Because SierraSil is clay based, the consumer must take the medication with at least 8 glasses of water to ensure proper absorption and avoid dehydration. The dosage largely depends on the user’s weight although 3 capsules per day appear to be the average.
- SierraSil has a 90-day money back guarantee
- The website is informative and professional
- SierraSil is also available in retail stores
- The formula is clinically tested
- It is all-natural
- Customer testimonials are provided
- The formula does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin
- It does not provide instant relief
Because some people are unable to take the more traditional joint pain relievers due to allergies etc, SierraSil provides a good, clinically tested alternative. However, for anyone requiring immediate relief from stiff, aching joints, it should probably be used in conjunction with a topical cream or spray, items that the SierraSil company also manufactures.