Hydraflexin Review: How Safe and Effective Is This Capsule?

By Kelly Everson on May 30, 2013   Last Modified: July 21, 2015

Hydraflexin Review: How Safe and Effective Is This Capsule?
Expert Rating: 3.4 / 5.0
  • 3.4

Hydraflexin Overview

The Biocentric Health-manufactured product Hydraflexin, is designed to help those suffering from painful and stiff joints. Made of all natural ingredients, and available over-the-counter, Hydraflexin can treat pain that is caused by old age or from a condition such as Arthritis or Tendonitis, etc. Although no proof is shown in clinical tests, the manufacturer states that the formula was in development for over 15 years, and it has been voted by Consumer Health as one of the more successful joint pain relievers on the market.

Hydraflexin is presented on the official website that is where the product can be ordered from. Although the majority of the site is not overly professional in its tone, it is reasonably informative, and there are customer testimonials included plus details of the 90-day money back guarantee. Hydraflexin can be purchased at a cost of $39.95 and discounts and free gifts, including a multivitamin supplement and joint pain report, are also available for the purchase of 2 or more bottles.

Active Ingredients

Hydraflexin

Hydraflexin consists of two natural substances, Andrographis and Hyaluronic acid. Together, these ingredients help to inhibit Cox2 and cytokines, both of which are responsible for causing inflammation, the source of joint pain and providing lubrication. Lubricating the entire joint will lead to less friction, while added synovial fluid works as a shock absorber.

It is not known if there are any additional ingredients in the formula and there is no mention of Glucosamine or Chondroitin, two commonly used substances in joint pain relievers.

Hydraflexin Strengths

  • The key ingredients are well explained
  • Hydraflexin is all-natural
  • There is a money back guarantee
  • Company contact details are shown
  • Discounts and bonus gifts are available

Hydraflexin Weaknesses

  • No clinical trials are shown
  • The formula does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin
  • The website is not professional
  • No dosage instructions are provided

Final Verdict

Although Hydraflexin does not contain Glucosamine or Chondroitin, it is good to see that the formula contains pain inhibitors and Hyaluronic acid, something many other brands do not. However, despite having a good money back guarantee, most consumers would like to see published clinical study results too.

Below we have ranked the best joint supplements to make it easy for you to find effective and safe products. The ranking is based on crucial factors like potential to alleviate joint pain, potential to promote joint cartilage and tissue regeneration, potential to prevent recurring damage, potential to improve overall joint health, and quality of ingredients. In the end, we were able to come up with the bottom-line value of each product.

Rating
Our Top Joint Pain Relief Choices
Flexoplex
FlexoPlex
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
98%
Instaflex
Instaflex
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
84%
Omega XL
Omega XL
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
80%
Osteo Bi Flex Review
Osteo Bi-Flex
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
75%
Vital 3
Vital 3
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
70%
Hydraflexin
Hydraflexin
Fight Joint Pain and Inflammation
Enhance Joint Mobility
Prevent Recurring Damage
Long Lasting Results
Quality of Ingredients
67%

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

*Results may vary. If you are pregnant, nursing, have a serious medical condition, or have a history of heart conditions we suggest consulting with a physician before using any supplement. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be relied upon as medical advice. Always consult your doctor before using any supplements.

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Author

Expert Author : Kelly Everson (Consumer Health Digest)

Kelly Everson is an American author and MA in English literature. She is a health article writer who has written numerous articles/online journals on sleep disorders and joint pain problems. She is contributing to ConsumerHealthDigest.com since 2011.

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