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    how long does one spray bottle last at the recommended dosage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by max silver View Post
    Patrick, how long does joint force need to absorb before it is safe to put lotion over top of the application? I'm prone to dry skin, so I will certainly need to moisturize the application area.
    give it 10-15 minutes and it should be diffused far enough into the stratum corneum (outer layer of your skin) so the lotion will not disrupt anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkenshin View Post
    how long does one spray bottle last at the recommended dosage?
    it can last around 20-30 days depending on how many places you spray it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    rotator cuff is located deep in the shoulder joint. the jointforce cant penetrate far like that

    it is safe for women
    How about issues from a dislocated shoulder? I have had surgery reattaching a few tendons years ago, but it still bugs the hell out of me from time to time. Now is another one of those times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator762 View Post
    How about issues from a dislocated shoulder? I have had surgery reattaching a few tendons years ago, but it still bugs the hell out of me from time to time. Now is another one of those times.
    i aint sure about that
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    how does this compare to transdermal alflutop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkd0c View Post
    how does this compare to transdermal alflutop?
    never tried it but judging from the ingredients the joint force probably works better
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator762 View Post
    How about issues from a dislocated shoulder? I have had surgery reattaching a few tendons years ago, but it still bugs the hell out of me from time to time. Now is another one of those times.
    I bought some yesterday to see if it would help me with a messed up shoulder that I had previously dislocated. I figure its worth a shot.
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    would this stuff help with some tennis elbow? and wrist pain
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    A may have to try this stuff for my elbow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    would this stuff help with some tennis elbow? and wrist pain
    Quote Originally Posted by naturalgainer View Post
    A may have to try this stuff for my elbow!
    Elbow feedback:

    "All I got to say is this stuff is the real deal!! I've been using joint support products for the last six years. So far Animal Flex has helped me the most but wasn't a magic pill.
    Been using E-Pharm Joint Force for about three weeks now. My elbows have always caused me problems, either from work or training. Heavy curls always seem to really tweek the tendons in my inner elbow so it has been hard for me to really train biceps. (And I got those long ass skinny arms)
    Not anymore! I'm on cycle now and training biceps harder and heavier than I have in the last five years. **** yeah!!! Pain in the tendons of my inner elbows is almost gone. Just bumped up to 55lbs DB curls 4x8.
    Thank you Patrick Arnold!!!"
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    "Glad to hear I am not the only huge fan of this stuff. I have left the gym a few times wondering if I would be able to sleep that night due to elbow issues I have. Post-shower Joint Force with saran wrap on the elbow tendons has been awesome!"
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    ^^ nice feed back think im going to get some and give it a go anyway anything is worth a try when i comes to joints
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    would this stuff help with some tennis elbow? and wrist pain
    those are appropriate areas for this product yes

    the feedback we are getting from this product is unbelievable

    "This product should seriously be marketed towards musicians. I bought some for my left rotator cuff and by the second day the pain went from what I would describe as sharp to dull, but here's where it really made a difference. After learning some new material on bass all day yesterday for a gig last night, the joints on my fingers were absolutely on fire. I sprayed and wrapped my hands, wrists and forearms about an hour before the show. Amazing, even after taking weeks off playing and after a proper warm-up, my hands have not felt so loose and mobile since I first picked up the instrument. I sprayed and wrapped them again after I got home from the show as well for good measure. This is not a placebo, the difference is tangible and works within a small time frame. Aside from singers, I am going to recommend this to every musician I know."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    those are appropriate areas for this product yes

    the feedback we are getting from this product is unbelievable

    "This product should seriously be marketed towards musicians. I bought some for my left rotator cuff and by the second day the pain went from what I would describe as sharp to dull, but here's where it really made a difference. After learning some new material on bass all day yesterday for a gig last night, the joints on my fingers were absolutely on fire. I sprayed and wrapped my hands, wrists and forearms about an hour before the show. Amazing, even after taking weeks off playing and after a proper warm-up, my hands have not felt so loose and mobile since I first picked up the instrument. I sprayed and wrapped them again after I got home from the show as well for good measure. This is not a placebo, the difference is tangible and works within a small time frame. Aside from singers, I am going to recommend this to every musician I know."
    so is it more of a pain releaver or something that helps repair
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    so is it more of a pain releaver or something that helps repair
    its definitely more than just an analgesic / pain reliver, although it does have great acute effects

    It causes changes in the biochemical environment of the connective tissue that not only relieves inflammation but also sets the foundation for repair
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    its definitely more than just an analgesic / pain reliver, although it does have great acute effects

    It causes changes in the biochemical environment of the connective tissue that not only relieves inflammation but also sets the foundation for repair
    PA any thoughts on how this might work for chronic achilles tendonitis?

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    thanks, going to get a few and rub it on all sore joints
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    so my wrist pain came back yesterday, really pissing me off as i just started my clean bulk bout a week ago. i have researched and ruled out carpal tunnel as that is said to effect the thumb (making it weak) along with index and middle finder. for me its the total opposite side. ive had this pain back in the day and it really really effects alot of my lifts as any turning of the wrist or makin a tight fist aggravates the area. its all down the pinky side of my wrist/bone area, im guessing its a ligament/tendon issue. if anyone has any input on this issue please give me your feedback.

    this happened to me last night randomly, not even while working out. so today i found an online store that is located close to me that stocks joint force. i ordered it and it will arrive tomorrow. im gonna be using this along with bulk cissus powder and animal flex. i have been takin cissus and animal flex for some time as i am prone to wrist, elbow, shoulder issues. the last time i had this wrist pain, it really lingered and didn't go away for some time. i'll update on if i have any quicker healing using join force.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.50 View Post
    PA any thoughts on how this might work for chronic achilles tendonitis?

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    i think it can help. the longer you have had tendinitis the longer it takes for it to subside howevrer
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    Quick question, I am using joint force on my shoulder, how long should I wait before putting a shirt on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaymode View Post
    Quick question, I am using joint force on my shoulder, how long should I wait before putting a shirt on?
    you can put your shirt right on after you spray
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    you can put your shirt right on after you spray
    Thanks.

    Just wanted to give an update on using Joint Force for my shoulder that I had dislocated several years ago that still bothers me. I started using joint force a little over a week ago, spraying all over my shoulder (front, top, back) once per day. Total of like 4-6 sprays. Had my chest day yesterday and was able to bench more than I normally can, with very little pain in my shoulder. Did some back work today and didn't feel any pain in my shoulder. So far, Joint Force is working out great. The only other joint supplement I have been taking is Cissus, but I have been taking that for several months now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaymode View Post
    Thanks.

    Just wanted to give an update on using Joint Force for my shoulder that I had dislocated several years ago that still bothers me. I started using joint force a little over a week ago, spraying all over my shoulder (front, top, back) once per day. Total of like 4-6 sprays. Had my chest day yesterday and was able to bench more than I normally can, with very little pain in my shoulder. Did some back work today and didn't feel any pain in my shoulder. So far, Joint Force is working out great. The only other joint supplement I have been taking is Cissus, but I have been taking that for several months now.
    Congrats on your success. I have a wonly left shoulder from numerous dislocations, so it's effectiveness is great to hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaymode View Post
    Thanks.

    Just wanted to give an update on using Joint Force for my shoulder that I had dislocated several years ago that still bothers me. I started using joint force a little over a week ago, spraying all over my shoulder (front, top, back) once per day. Total of like 4-6 sprays. Had my chest day yesterday and was able to bench more than I normally can, with very little pain in my shoulder. Did some back work today and didn't feel any pain in my shoulder. So far, Joint Force is working out great. The only other joint supplement I have been taking is Cissus, but I have been taking that for several months now.
    Nice! Joint Force really does work, however don't over do it because the pain is gone. You still need to make sure to rehabilitate your shoulder correctly to prevent damage or future injurys. Joint Force + Time =
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    Hey, I have been using Joint force for almost 3 weeks now and am liking the results. But, I was wondering what the maximum amount of applications per day is recommended???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feel The Burn View Post
    Nice! Joint Force really does work, however don't over do it because the pain is gone. You still need to make sure to rehabilitate your shoulder correctly to prevent damage or future injurys. Joint Force + Time =
    It is ironic that you posted that, since I had stopped using Joint Force and been doing ok until I shoveled snow yesterday and re-aggravated it. I just sprayed on some Joint Force and will be taking it easy on the shoulder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkd0c View Post
    Hey, I have been using Joint force for almost 3 weeks now and am liking the results. But, I was wondering what the maximum amount of applications per day is recommended???
    I don't really think there is a maximum amount... I'm sure there's a point of diminishing returns, but I have no idea what that is. My personal application schedule varies quite a bit - there are days I spray just in the morning after the shower, and there are days I spray morning, pre-WO and after my post-WO shower

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkd0c View Post
    Hey, I have been using Joint force for almost 3 weeks now and am liking the results. But, I was wondering what the maximum amount of applications per day is recommended???
    Not sure about maximum, but sweet spot for me is twice a day.
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    are people finding pain releaf within like 10minutes of putting it on? i am with some elbow/tricep tendonitis
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    what about partially torn meniscus... could it help a bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by giantbrandon View Post
    are people finding pain releaf within like 10minutes of putting it on? i am with some elbow/tricep tendonitis
    Yeah it has painkilling properties as well as healing properties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henryv View Post
    Yeah it has painkilling properties as well as healing properties.
    to me with my soreness its better than using voltarin emelgel
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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzer View Post
    what about partially torn meniscus... could it help a bit?
    bump... anyone used it on a meniscus. partially torn medial meniscus here

    waiting on surgery... 7 month waiting list for them to LOOK at my referral then 8 months to get surgery... ooohhh Canada

    PA any thoughts if it could get in that deep?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzer View Post
    bump... anyone used it on a meniscus. partially torn medial meniscus here

    waiting on surgery... 7 month waiting list for them to LOOK at my referral then 8 months to get surgery... ooohhh Canada

    PA any thoughts if it could get in that deep?
    Move to the U.S. Get it done this week.
  

  
 

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