Do you occasionally have aching joints, muscles or nerves that usually occur without regular pattern?
Do you sometimes struggle to move freely?
Do you have unexpected movement limitations that stops you enjoying life at inopportune times?
Are you looking for a natural support for these types of your aches and pains?
If you answered YES to any of these questions then what may help is taking a natural supplement that can support mobility, and flexibility, in the normal range, and relieve intermittent discomfort and pain.
FlexiAid is formulated to improve mobility, increase flexibility, and relieve discomfort in a natural supplement to have a positive affect on joint, muscle and nerves. The ingredients work together to support whole body wellness in the normal range and maintain a healthy response, especially to overexertion and impact, including muscle and occasional or infrequent lower back pain.
FlexiAid’s all-natural ingredients help to metabolize damaged proteins that may occur as a result of overexertion or minor aches and pains plus also intended to help support normal circulation. This formula contains Bromelain, a protein-digesting (proteolytic) enzyme complex, shown to break down a wide variety of protein types in a range of both acid and alkaline environments. Also Devil’s Claw Root which can be a benefit to those suffering with gout by supporting metabolism of uric acid levels within the normal range.
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I bought this product for my mother(84). She has chronic back pain due to disintergrated discs along with osteoporosis. She has found great relief from this product which has enabled her to move more freely. Without having to take a over the counter pain killers. Thank you so much. It really does work!!!!!
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Taken to support naturally healthy joints, muscle and nerves FlexiAid provides essential vitamins, minerals, and herbal extracts to support mobility, increase flexibility, and relieve discomfort.
Other products may cost less, but they're also less effective! They contain fewer ingredients or lessen the quality and cheapen the product. FlexiAid is formulated to improve mobility, increase flexibility, and relieve discomfort in a natural supplement. Do yourself a favor and start with the BEST.
Features + Benefits:
11 potent herbs, minerals and vitamins for real natural results
No side effects unlike synthetic prescription drugs
Assists in your body’s repair with necessary nutrients
Easy to swallow
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Fungal Protease- used to help break down and digest damaged proteins that can become prevalent during overexertion. Plus used to help hydrolyze hemoglobin and support normal circulation.
Serrapeptase- used to reduce the impact of overexertion on the joints and muscle tissue. The subject of a number of clinical studies, Serrapeptase is a strong supporting player in the FlexiAid formula.
Bromelain- recognized by the Commission E in Germany for its many benefits, a proteolytic enzyme that helps to metabolize damaged proteins resulting from overexertion while supporting normal circulation.
Papain- is naturally found in the papaya fruit and has been found in numerous studies to be extremely effective in metabolizing and digesting damaged proteins.
Bacterial Protease- included in this formula due to its broad substrate specificity and its ability to hydrolyze interior bonds of proteins, creating smaller peptides for damaged proteins to further hydrolyze.
PLUS - Devils Claw Root Extract, Ginger Root Extract, and White Willow Bark for their benefits of dealing with minor aches and pains
Click the 'Add to cart' button now to get FlexiAid formulated to improve mobility, increase flexibility, and relieve discomfort in a natural supplement, and get your lifestyle as well as your life back!
Take 2 capsules 1 to 2 times daily preferably between meals or as directed by a health care professional.
Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. This product is manufactured and packaged in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and crustacean shellfish.
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