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Hydraflexin Review

Hydraflexin is a joint supplement from Biocentric Health that boasts about its “As Seen On TV” status and innovative new formula.

If you’ve failed to find relief from more traditional joint supplements, you may be as intrigued by Hydraflexin as I was. Fortunately for you, I’ve already taken the trouble to research Hydraflexin.

Who Makes Hydraflexin?

Hydraflexin is manufactured and sold by Biocentric Health, a company based in Chestertown, Maryland. Despite being in business since 2005, Biocentric Health has a C- rating with the Better Business Bureau.

According to the BBB, Biocentric Health has a high complaint volume for the company size and has failed to respond to any complaints filed against them. Though these complaints are withheld from the public view, the BBB has categorized them by complaint type, which we can see. According to this system, the complaints mainly center on problems with the product or advertising and sales issues.

Generally when most complaints are about the product and advertising issues, customers feel the product fails to live up to advertisement. Let’s look at the Hydraflexin formula to see if this is the case.

What Ingredients Are in Hydraflexin?

The Hydraflexin formula is remarkably simple. Combining just 2 ingredients, Biocentric Health promises a “medical breakthrough” with the power to erase aching, burning, and stiffness.

Here’s a closer look at these supposedly miraculous ingredients.

Andrographis Paniculata

An herbal flowering plant, andrographis paniculata has been used in alternative medicine for many years. It is said to correct an imbalanced immune system and decrease inflammation. This should consequently decrease joint pain. I haven’t seen this ingredient in joint supplements before, so it’s a fresh spin on fighting inflammation.

Biofermented Hyaluronic Acid (HA)

Hyaluronic Acid is one ingredient I have seen before. This natural compound is found in the tissues surrounding joints. It helps to lubricate cartilage. With more HA, stiffness will disappear and pain will be eased. You should also experience greater flexibility.

Unfortunately, Hydraflexin doesn’t disclose the dosage of either ingredient so I can’t tell if the formula will be effective.

Are There Any Side Effects?

Another concern many people have with oral joint treatments is the possibility of side effects.

While the lack of information on ingredient dosages in Hydraflexin makes it difficult to determine the likelihood of side effects, I can tell you about possible side effects with each ingredient.

Andrographis paniculata, for example, has been linked to digestive irritation. Symptoms include bloating, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. You can avoid these to some degree by taking Hydraflexin on an empty stomach.

Hyaluronic acid, meanwhile, is considered mostly safe—especially as it is taken orally in Hydraflexin.

What’s the Best Way to Use Hydraflexin?

Hydraflexin is very simple to use. Manufacturers recommend just 2 capsules a day, at any time.

Because of the possible side effects, I do recommend that you take Hydraflexin either with or immediately after a meal. This will prevent gastrointestinal distress and make it easier for you to remember to take your pills.

Should You Try Hydraflexin?

Hydraflexin is moderately priced at $39.95 per bottle, but I still think it’s risky given the lack of proper ingredient information and shaky company history.

I like the fresh approach that Hydraflexin takes in relieving joint pain, but without more information or reliable customer reviews, I can’t make a judgment call on this product. Until Biocentric Health chooses to reveal more about its formula, I recommend you look for a more solid joint supplement.

Hydraflexin User Reviews

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  1. Comment

    I have been taking it for about a year It is good When I first started taking it my knee was stiff and I could put no weight on it or I would fall down Now stiffness is gone and I get around much better

    jackie sawyers
    December 6, 2016 at 4:13 pm
  2. Comment

    After a few days I feel so much relief. I need 2 hip replacements and a Right Knee replacement but by taking Hydraflexin I stop taking very bad Pain. Meds. I give Hydraflexin a A Plus rating

    January 10, 2017 at 4:35 pm
  3. Comment

    I did like it but am scared to use it now with bad review!

    John Stoops
    May 12, 2017 at 8:46 am
  4. Comment

    Very good could barely walk for 3 or more yrs. 79yrs. Old 1 bottle is all I used and was able to walk with no help go up and down stairs.
    I really don’t want to run out. On a scale of 1 to 10 I give it a 10.

    Sarah Duplessis Chatham ont. canada
    February 9, 2018 at 8:36 pm

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