Jointlax is a dietary supplement that is intended to assist with the aches and pains of damaged cartilage by strengthening your bone structures and adding lubrication to your joints where you need it. Read on to see what we thought of the supplement.
- Bromelain and papain
- Holy Basil
- Boswellia serrata gum extract
- White willow bark
- L-Glutamic acid
- Black catechu
- Hayaluronic acid
- CMO (cetyl myristoleate)
- Chondroitin sulfate
- MSM (methylsulfonylmethane)
- Glucosamine sulfate
Take 3 capsules daily (although it is unclear when, how often, and what with).
One bottle is $49.95, a two-bottle package is $69.90, a four-bottle package is $99.80, and a six-bottle package is £139.70.
Possible Side Effects
Although it is very likely safe to mix with other products or medications, ensure you consult your physician before using this supplement if you are taking anything that has been prescribed to you. As always, stay away from this supplement if you are expecting or breastfeeding.
There is a 60-day guarantee providing you return all the bottles you have purchased. Customer testimonials all appear to be positive, and many vouch for this product over its competitors.
Although the lack of dosage instructions might well dissuade some customers (and for good reason), Jointlax mostly seems like a strong product with clinically-approved ingredients formulated together at a very affordable price.