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What is Flexcerin™?

Karyn Maier
Updated Mar 03, 2024
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Flexcerin™ is a dietary supplement formulated to promote improved joint function and mobility. Manufactured and distributed in North America and Europe by Vitaloix Laboratories, the beneficial claims of taking Flexcerin™ include the relief of inflammation and pain associated with arthritis. The makers of Flexcerin™ also maintain that the formula can help support bones and joints while stimulating the body to increase production of natural pain killing chemicals, such as endorphins. In addition, Flexcerin™ is formulated with all-natural ingredients and is available without a prescription.

Arthritis is a progressive inflammatory disease that is also classified as an autoimmune disorder. Sometimes arthritis develops as the result of an injury to a joint. However, in most cases, the disease stems from a compromised immune system attacking the synovium, the layer of connective tissue that cushions each joint. In addition, the synovial fluid, which lubricates the joints, is also destroyed. Arthritis is also characterized by faulty collagen synthesis as well as impaired proteoglycans, specialized proteins that form joint cartilage.

Unlike conventional medicine, Flexcerin™ is designed to address these underlying causes of arthritis rather than treat its symptoms. For instance, many standard arthritic medications are disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs), which work by suppressing the immune system. In contrast, Flexcerin™ contains natural compounds that have been studied for their effectiveness in improving symptoms of arthritis, such as glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate, bromelain, and omega-3 from fish oil.

There is significant clinical evidence that these compounds are effective in reducing physical pain from arthritis. For example, studies have shown that glucosamine sulfate promotes the synthesis of proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans, protein molecules that are involved in joint repair and connective tissue functioning. Studies have also shown that omega-3 fatty acids inhibit signaling mediators that cause cells to initiate inflammation. Chondroitin sulfate has a similar action as glucosamine sulfate, in addition to increasing joint fluid availability. Both chondroitin sulfate and omega-3 fatty acids block the action of cartilage-eroding enzymes.

Flexcerin™ also contains botanical ingredients, such as boswellia serrata and bromelain. Boswellia serrata is an extract obtained from a tree resin that has anti-inflammatory activity. Bromelain, an enzyme obtained from the pineapple plant, has demonstrated proteinase activity that also exhibits anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. While Flexcerin™ is considered safe and is generally well tolerated in most people, there are certain precautions to be aware of. This product may not be suitable for those who are allergic to shellfish since glucosamine sulfate is obtained from chitin, the exoskeleton of shellfish. In addition, bromelain may increase the effects of blood-thinning medications, such as warfarin.

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Karyn Maier
By Karyn Maier
Contributing articles to The Health Board is just one of Karyn Maier's many professional pursuits. Based in New York's Catskill Mountain region, Karyn is also a magazine writer, columnist, and author of four books. She specializes in topics related to green living and botanical medicine, drawing from her extensive knowledge to create informative and engaging content for readers.
Discussion Comments
By edricjackson — On May 13, 2010

I am edric j., a retired central officer,I love to do gardening,but I was always puttering in the garden but started to have trouble doing the simple things like weeding and pruning. My hands and knees just couldn't take the pain.

I saw an ad for Flexcerin and decided to give it a try. I was surprised at the difference one week made. My hands were not as stiff and my knees did not ache any more. Flexcerin has really made a huge difference and gotten me back outside where I belong. It would not have been possible without Flexcerin.

By aronstella5 — On May 13, 2010

I have suffered with terrible aches and pains in my knees and back. I have been taking Flexcerin for about the last four months and my knees and back feel great now. I was always afraid to try anything fun with my kids because of this terrified pain, but know I am happy and pain free it’s all happened because of Flexcerin.

Flexcerin really worked for me. It helped me a lot to overcome with this joint pain.

By anon69705 — On Mar 09, 2010

Took Flexcerin for a full month and it did nothing to help ease my pain. My knee still has all the pain. I went back to my doctor and he prescribed me some better pills.

By anon65882 — On Feb 16, 2010

has anyone tried Oxycollasyn? I found it online by chance while looking for arthritis pain killers for my mom. but i still can't find any one commenting about it. Sincerely, Ouissam

By anon57107 — On Dec 20, 2009

I purchased Flexcerin for my Mother who has osteoarthritis. She says she likes the product and wants to stay with it. But I'm not so sure. It may be a placebo-effect here because she still has to use Jointflex which she swears by, or it could be the Jiontflex at work, or it could be the combination of the two(Jointflex and Flexcerin). No product is going to work for everyone. After all, look at how prescription drugs vary from person to person and they are as powerful as it gets.

By anon50327 — On Oct 27, 2009

Yes! I am on day 20 and my life has been given back to me by Flexcerin. I am only 40 years old and I was spending 5 out of 7 days in bed in extreme pain. On day two I could barely move when I went to bed. when I woke up the next morning I barely had any pain for the first time in four months. By that afternoon I actually jogged. It just keeps getting better everyday! I will never go without my Flexcerin!

Wendy F

By DailyBorg39 — On Jun 11, 2009

I tried flexcerin for my knee pain and it did not seem to work. I took the whole bottle and I still had knee pain sadly.

By anon32936 — On May 29, 2009

Yes, I tried the product for 6 weeks. I have O.A. in my hips and have not experienced any relief from the product to date.

By JamesD — On May 04, 2009

Has anyone tried Flexcerin for joint problems and did it work and how well did it work?

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