Instaflex says that it can help your joints feel better, and move more easily using a combination of all-natural ingredients. Perhaps you’ve seen similar claims made by joint supplements, and wondered if it could work. We took a close look at this supplement to see if it earns a trial run.
Joint pain and stiffness can really slow down your regular daily activities. They can make it so you don’t feel like doing things you used to really enjoy, and on top of that you may start having trouble doing the daily things you need to get done. Then it becomes a real problem and you need to do something about it. Since there’s no known cure for this yet, and most doctors will prescribe a drug to treat the symptoms or dull the pain, many are looking for a drug-free way to treat this condition.
The makers of Instaflex claim that their combination of several ingredients, including glucosamine, ginger, and turmeric, can help with joint pain and flexibility. They also say that it helps to keep you feeling more active, and can have you feeling great no matter where you are. They also say that because it’s not a drug, it’s non habit forming, so you can use it as long as you need to, and then stop without any ill effects.
The hype arises from so many Americans starting to have aching joints because of the baby boomer generation. This trend should continue over the next 10 to 20 years, so it’s likely you’ll see more and more product like this hitting the market and promises a natural remedy to a common problem.
Instaflex is sold for $75 from its official website, or they have a bottle for $50 at Amazon, both include shipping. The kicker is that the $50 bottle at Amazon contains 90 capsules, which is a 3 month supply, and the $75 bottle is for just one month. They have a trial offer to get you started on it, which entails paying $5 shipping. They give you 18 days to sample it, and you’ll have to call in and cancel if you don’t want to be charged for it.
You’ll need to take 3 pills per day in order to use this supplement. This is about the average as other joint supplements, with some having you taking 6 or more per day, and others just one or two.
Instaflex says that it beats out other joint supplements because it has more ingredients that are all linked to joint mobility and anti-inflammation. It would make sense that a supplement containing more active ingredients would be more effective. It’s a virtual arms race as companies try to one-up each other with the number of herbs and extracts that are supposed to do the job. They seem to be trying to get a lead on the pack by putting more than twice as much as the next leading brand. At the same time, if you can get results from just 3 ingredients, you don’t really need 5 or 6 more just to say you have them.
Final Instaflex Review
Instaflex is getting our Try rating, based on the mixed feedback it’s received from users. At this price point you’d like to see a better indication that this will work, so you can have more confidence in it. But from what we see it works just as often as it doesn’t work, so the only solution in that instance is to try it out and see what sort of luck you have with it. Perhaps that’s why they offer it on a trial basis, so you don’t have to put down a lot up front to try it out and see if you want to continue on with it.
Normally we don’t like trial offers because there are so many companies that abuse it, or set it up so that it’s easy to forget about it. Here they give you a 14 day supply and 18 days to evaluate it so you can make up your mind on the 14th day and you still won’t be billed for it. It’s a little confusing as to why there is such a big price discrepancy between their main website and a third party like Amazon, but maybe a rep from the company can clear that up in the comments below.