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Score: 8.5/10  [1 review]
3 out of 5
ProdID: 660 - Jointex Plus
Brand: Healtheries

Jointex Plus
Price:
$14.05
Available:
at supermarkets

Jointex Plus product reviews

Healtheries Jointex Plus is a unique formulation combining high strength ingredients, including Glucosamine and naturally occurring Chondroitin, to help rebuild cartilage, promote healthy joints, and improve joint mobility.

Recommendations for use:
    •  Relief from joint problems associated with the depletion of cartilage and collagen.
    •  Assists in minimising the effects of musculo-skeletal injuries, and aids a speedier recovery from sports injuries.
    •  For the elderly and other sufferers of joint problems.

Contra-indications:
    •  Caution, this product is derived from seafood. Do not take in cases of seafood allergies, pregnancy and breastfeeding.
    •  Keep out of reach of children

Dose: Adults: For an initial course of 3 months, take 1 tablet three times daily with food.
Maintenance dose: 1 tablet twice daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Contains No: Wheat, Gluten, Milk Derivatives, Yeast, Corn, Starch, Colour, Flavour or Preservatives

Pack Information: Available in a bottle of 30 tablets



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Review by: testbot (Marcus)
Dated: 18th of August, 2005

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This Review: 8.5/10
Cost:
Score 7 out of 10
Portions:
Score 8 out of 10
Taste:
Score 9 out of 10
Effectiveness:
Score 10 out of 10

When the doctor told me that the cartilage in my knees and wrists was degrading badly and that there was a very good chance I would need surgery within 10 years I was quite freaked out. I dont like surgery of any kind. I cant even stand to have my teeth drilled. So I thought anything is worth trying if it will keep me off the surgery table and thats when I found this in the local pak'n'save. I figured at nearly 50 cents per tablet, about a dollar a day to keep the scalpel away was worth a shot. After 2 months the doc was stunned by the results of the MRI on my knees. Not only has the damage stopped, but the cartilage is rebuilding itself at a great rate. The pain has gone when I walk, and I am even able to do light jogging without extreme discomfort. At this rate, I am told I will be able to get back to normal within a year and avoid needing to go under the knife at all. I am over the moon at news like that! Sure, its not going to be cheap, but what price can you put on your health? $1 a day for 10 years is around $37,000... which is less than half of the cost of a proper surgical job, which *MIGHT* give me 5-10 years of passable functionality before a possible repeat surgery. I think I prefer this option and the best bit is I wont need to find a huge lump of money at once or take out a loan. Great stuff.

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