Relev X For Arthritis

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chilover Says:


I'm trying to find reviews for using Relev-X for arthritis in the knees. Any info would be appreciated.



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Dr Robert Kountz Says:

Info on Relev-X

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Verwon Says:

You are not going to find any scientifically or medically proven information on this. Relev-X is just a nutritional supplement and while these products can make a lot of claims, they are not actually proven to work.

This product contains Glucosamine, which is a substance naturally present in our joints that is believed to diminish with age, injury or health issues.

The other ingredients are listed as:

Fish oils, while willow bark, curcumin, licorice, boswellia, cat's claw and devil's claw.

In addition, since it contains licorice, which can raise your blood pressure, it should not be used by those suffering from hypertension.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Glucosamine/­

Are there any other questions?

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chilover Says:

thank you, that helped me a lot in making my decision which is not to buy it.

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Tony Clark Says:

The individual components of Relev-X HAVE been proved to work in various scientific studies.

The type of licorice root used is claimed by the manufacturer not to cause high blood pressure. (See the Platinum Naturals Net site.)

And contrary to many of the prescription painkiller like Oxycontin, it's not an addictive narcotic.

Don't pay attention to 'Verwon'; he's a fool and perhaps also a prescription drug pusher.

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Derek P Says:

My 75 year old father had an immediate decrese in pain when he started taking these..... Much to his surprise! He highly recommends them to everyone!

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BettyZ Says:

Studies can be found on many of the ingredients, but probably not on Relev-X as a whole formulation.

Glucosamine has been found to help knee joints specifically & has been recommended by many doctors for knee pain.

White Willow bark is "natural aspirin." I.E. The synthetic aspirin we buy over the counter was based on the molecule found in white willow bark.

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