Regenexx is a marketed as an 8-in-1 supplement for joints, which includes combating the aging process of joints and promoting a healthy bone structure by battling joint inflammation.
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Bitter melon
Note: this product contains shellfish.
Take 2 tablespoons twice daily (which can be measured out in the cap contained within the package). Further information is vague.
Regenexx is very expensive. A bottle is $97.99; purchasing a three-monthly supply provides the customer with a $5 discount on every bottle included. The monthly auto-fill subscription cuts the price of every bottle down to $92.99, but this is still very pricey.
Possible Side Effects
Although the manufacturer warns the customer to cease taking Regenexx if any negative or harmful side effects occur, there is no further information on what precisely these effects could entail.
There is no manufacturer guarantee available with Regenexx, and no customers seem to have left reviews on the company’s website. This is a very sceptical situation.
Individual results may vary, so it is worth considering that Regenexx could indeed work for you. However, the odds seem to be stacked against it: with no customer reviews, vague directions for use, and the lack of a satisfaction guarantee leave little to truly entice customers.