Flex Protex D

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Flex protex D
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It is supposed to be good for arthritis and joint pains. It is a capsule in a blue and yellow jar. ## I wonder if it trustworthy before I order it. Quite often they only want the money. I do have arthritus problems and if it is as good as they say on TV or a hoax. We're talking about Flex protex D, I think the D is vitamin D, how many cg in it. they are capsules ## Flex Protex D is reported to help with natural joint support, and Arthritis. The active ingredients in Flex Protex D are: Vitamin D3, Vitamin C, NAG (N-Acetyl-D-Glucosamine), Hyaluronic Acud (Sopium Hyaluronate), Rice Flour, Evening Primrose Oil, Boswellia Serrata, Tumeric Extract, AShwaganda, Yucca (Root), Bromelain, Chondroitan Sulfate, Perna Canaliculus (Green Lipid Mussel). After gathering reviews about this product, ... ...
Updated 9 months ago in Arthritis.
Sat, Dec 24 '16, 3:48 PM
flex protex-d
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Anything new?????about flex-protex d? ## FLEX PROTEX-D is a wonder-med. ## Flex Protex-D is a supplement, that is claimed, but not proven to help with joint health, pain, stiffness and arthritic conditions. It contains Glucosamine, Vitamin D3 and Powdered Rice Bran. Are there any questions? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Glucosamine.
Sat, Jul 31 '10, 4:54 PM
Flex Protex Worked For Me
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In 2005 I was diagnosised with a compressed disc and degenerative back disease and I also had developed some arthritis. I started taking Flex Protex and immediately got pain relief for the arthritis. As I continued to take it I started to notice that the back pain had lessened. I am now pain free in my lower back and can pick up all my grandkids. I believe that product grew back the cartliage in my back. I don't see why it wouldn't help with knee and hip pain, also. I recommend it to people all the time but a lot of people just tell me that they are too far gone. I really feel sorry for them because I know that Flex Protex works. It took about a year for all my back pain to be gone but it was wonderful when it left. Nothing is going to be an over night fix so don't listen to... ...
Updated 5 years ago in Arthritis.
Mon, Sep 17 '12, 4:48 PM
arthritis medicine Flex protex
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Flex Protex ## Flex Protex D? Why would it work? ## It is a supplement, not a drug, therefore there has been no testing done to prove that it does work. Some of the ingredients include: Yucca, Frankincense and Ashwagandha. It is touted as being an all natural pain reliever that is good for your joints. Are there any other questions? ...
Updated 8 years ago in Arthritis.
Tue, Sep 15 '09, 8:00 AM

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