Beneflex is a joint support supplement that does not contain certain fillers, which, according to the manufacturer’s website, many other joint products do. Beneflex is comprised of a ‘cutting edge’ formula that uses just four key active ingredients. The website provided for the product is well produced but very limited in information. It appears to not be complete, for example there is a section for customer testimonials, but none are provided. Consumers are invited to send in their own review of the Beneflex product and there is also a locator to show where the product can be purchased in stores. All company contact information is provided and there is a very comprehensive FAQ section.
Consumers can try Beneflex for a 14-day free trial after which time it costs $59.99 per bottle. There is also a 30-day money back guarantee on all purchases.
Ingredients Contained in this Product
ApreFlex – Boswellia Serrata Extract, UC-II (Type II Collagen), Hyaluronic Acid, Turmeric
Beneflex: Product Details
As noted, there are four key active ingredients in the Beneflex formula. These are listed on the website and their individual amounts are also provided. However, no explanation is given as to how each one works. Boswellia Serrata is a commonly-used joint support ingredient while Collagen is essential for healthy, youthful joints. Hyaluronic Acid provides lubrication to joints, allowing them to move freely and painlessly with no friction and Turmeric is a natural spice that has been traditionally used to relieve inflammation.
Beneflex is said to provide relief from the first dose and most people experience good results within 7 days. The manufacturer does state however that optimal results will be seen after 3 months of use. Because Beneflex does not contain Chondtorin or Glucosamine, it is safe for anyone with shellfish allergies.
Good About Beneflex
- Ingredient amounts are provided
- There is a 14-day free trial
- Beneflex is safe for those with shellfish allergies
- It is widely available
- Consumers are invited to provide reviews
Bad About Beneflex
- Ingredients are not explained in detail
- Beneflex may take up to 3 months to produce full results
- Clinical testing data is not provided
Beneflex The Bottom Line
Beneflex initially appears to be a good, viable brand to provide joint support but, when looked at a little more deeply, one can see the consumer information is lacking in detail. It is good for the ingredient amounts to be provided, but this is not much help if the consumer is not also told what they do, as is the case here. It would obviously be recommended that the consumer takes advantage of the 14 day free trial bearing in mind however that they may not experience full results within this time frame.
**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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