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    what is the best joint support supplement


    right now i just started using super cissus rx by usp. in your opinion what do u think is the best on the market?

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    I have had GREAT success with EPharm Joint Force.
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    Animal flex

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    Super Cissus, and fish oil
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    i was a skeptic, but i am really impressed with skeltal balm. works even better than wobenzym n.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Tom(tk) View Post
    I have had GREAT success with EPharm Joint Force.
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    Skeletal Balm hands down.

    I did the whole ingesting joint support supplements thing but man, nothing compares to this trans-dermal. Feels so good to put on with it's instant cooling effect on the muscles and using it frequently has been nothing short of amazing for my joints and muscles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chocolatemilk View Post
    Skeletal Balm hands down.

    I did the whole ingesting joint support supplements thing but man, nothing compares to this trans-dermal. Feels so good to put on with it's instant cooling effect on the muscles and using it frequently has been nothing short of amazing for my joints and muscles.
    i use it pre and postworkout. i can lift heavy even with my arthritis-amazing product.
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    Personally, Osteo-Sport is by far the most effective joint support formula on the market...period.

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/a...-150-caps.html

    Go here to read the technical writeup...http://www.appliednutriceuticals.com...steo-sport.php

    and honestly don't pass up reading it...it is damn good read and the product is backed by legit science...not marketing BS.

    However, I am curious about that new transdermal product creation from PA. Maybe you could even stack the two...only if you have the money to do so though.

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    WOW. I justy read the write up and ingredients. NICE!

    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Personally, Osteo-Sport is by far the most effective joint support formula on the market...period.

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/a...-150-caps.html

    Go here to read the technical writeup...http://www.appliednutriceuticals.com...steo-sport.php

    and honestly don't pass up reading it...it is damn good read and the product is backed by legit science...not marketing BS.

    However, I am curious about that new transdermal product creation from PA. Maybe you could even stack the two...only if you have the money to do so though.

    Cheers!

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    Ive had no problems since switching my multi to orange triad
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    ^^^^ Same here. Was using Supercissus RX but since I started using OT all is good.
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    Skeletal Balm soothes almost instantly. Oral supps take a bit to start working IME. I wont lie, Animal Flex is a staple for me but on those mornings or work outs that my joints are really bothering me, what could be better then a TD joint supplement that starts working right away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamBoz19 View Post
    Personally, Osteo-Sport is by far the most effective joint support formula on the market...period.

    http://www.nutraplanet.com/product/a...-150-caps.html

    Go here to read the technical writeup...http://www.appliednutriceuticals.com...steo-sport.php

    and honestly don't pass up reading it...it is damn good read and the product is backed by legit science...not marketing BS.

    However, I am curious about that new transdermal product creation from PA. Maybe you could even stack the two...only if you have the money to do so though.

    Cheers!

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    Id opt for PAs new topical, nutraplanet has amazing pricing on it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    i was a skeptic, but i am really impressed with skeltal balm. works even better than wobenzym n.
    Ya.. My lifting partner has been using this for a while on his tendinitis.. He swears by the stuff..
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    Super Cissus has always been great for joint health and always gets awesome reviews. If you do choose another all in one joint supplement make sure it contains Glucosamine, Chondortin and MSM, aswell boswellia extract works really well for reducing inflammation. Ive taken Animal Flex in the past with pretty good results, oo and simply upping your fish oil dose should help quite a bit as Omega-3s are anti-inflammatory.
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    I got to chime in with Joint Force it really does work.
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    ive been using animal flex and i take cissus now and then. i am pretty convinced the combo has helped me get rid of shoulder issues by as much as 75%! i had some issues with right delt, had MRIs, etc and with some smart training, diet, rehab and supps I am so happy!
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    Joint Force has my shoulder back in top form. Also works on my Wife's lower back pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCunningham View Post
    Ya.. My lifting partner has been using this for a while on his tendinitis.. He swears by the stuff..
    it not only works for my arthritis, but my father in law loves it too. he had above the knee amputation due to poor circulation from korean war. they put ballons in on his good leg to increase blood flow and this caused a lot of pain around knee area. it worked so good he is buying the next bottle.




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    I like cissus and MSM in bulk.

    I gotta say, Im a little suspicious of this transdermal stuff. If it works so quickly, is it really healing, or just making you feel better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdong View Post
    I like cissus and MSM in bulk.

    I gotta say, Im a little suspicious of this transdermal stuff. If it works so quickly, is it really healing, or just making you feel better?
    Both. Joint Force has analgesic (pain-killing) ingredients as well as healing ingredients.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikaveli06 View Post
    Ive had no problems since switching my multi to orange triad
    Quote Originally Posted by bluehealer View Post
    ^^^^ Same here. Was using Supercissus RX but since I started using OT all is good.
    Same here... save your money by rolling the joint support into the mutli. Works really well too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingdong View Post
    I like cissus and MSM in bulk.

    I gotta say, Im a little suspicious of this transdermal stuff. If it works so quickly, is it really healing, or just making you feel better?
    i really don't give a damn-it is making me more painfree than i have been in a very long time-my quality of life is better since i started skeletal balm. this stuff is worth every penny- i don't say that often!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    i really don't give a damn-it is making me more painfree than i have been in a very long time-my quality of life is better since i started skeletal balm. this stuff is worth every penny- i don't say that often!!!!
    Careful bigt, feeling better=wanting to lift more=making an existing injury worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beaver View Post
    right now i just started using super cissus rx by usp. in your opinion what do u think is the best on the market?
    OsteoSport, hands down - nothing else comes close, IMO. It is the most COMPLETE joint formula out there. The next best thing is high-high dosed Cissus and Vitamin C, LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehealer View Post
    Careful bigt, feeling better=wanting to lift more=making an existing injury worse.
    i have been lifting a lot more-often and heavier. so far so good.




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    I use forged joint repair and skeletal balm for flare ups. Keeps me moving!
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    I've been taking chondroitin and glucosamine for years. Different brands, quantities, and formulations. Some brands had other ingredients also: MSM, hydroloxin,... I've tried Animal Flex, Oseo-BiFlex, MoveFree, among others. They helped a lot at first and at this point I notice if I get off of them for a while. Depsite the massive quantities of joint support I still had a lot of shoulder pain over the past 4 months or so and I think the item that helped me the most (especially recently) was fish oil. About 1 month ago I started dosing fish oil at 2-3 grams per day and have noticed significantly less pain in my shoulder since.

    I must admit that I haven't tried cissus though I am planning on it.
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    i've been using Animal Flex for several months now with great results (plus the cool ass container it comes in)... may give the transdermals a try, especially for those really achey days that it takes forever to get warmed up...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TGSmithJr View Post
    I've been taking chondroitin and glucosamine for years. Different brands, quantities, and formulations. Some brands had other ingredients also: MSM, hydroloxin,... I've tried Animal Flex, Oseo-BiFlex, MoveFree, among others. They helped a lot at first and at this point I notice if I get off of them for a while. Depsite the massive quantities of joint support I still had a lot of shoulder pain over the past 4 months or so and I think the item that helped me the most (especially recently) was fish oil. About 1 month ago I started dosing fish oil at 2-3 grams per day and have noticed significantly less pain in my shoulder since.

    I must admit that I haven't tried cissus though I am planning on it.
    my doc put me on 800mg ibuprofen 2xday, plus tramadol every 6 hours. since starting skeletal balm i rarely take a regular strength advil.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    OsteoSport, hands down - nothing else comes close, IMO. It is the most COMPLETE joint formula out there. The next best thing is high-high dosed Cissus and Vitamin C, LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    I'm hitting PA right now to try and hurry up with an Osteo-sport/Joint Force combo for Black Friday Sale.
    This would be sick!
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    apparently everybodys product is the best ****ing thing in the entire world. So buy them all and put them in a blender and mix them up. pour them on top of your head and wrap yourself in saran wrap for an hour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    apparently everybodys product is the best ****ing thing in the entire world. So buy them all and put them in a blender and mix them up. pour them on top of your head and wrap yourself in saran wrap for an hour
    Will that absorb transdermally and make my brain smarter?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    OsteoSport, hands down - nothing else comes close, IMO.

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    how often is it that when someone makes such a statement they have actually tried all the products out there?

    answer is never.

    So I assume you mean "of the products you have tried to date"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    apparently everybodys product is the best ****ing thing in the entire world. So buy them all and put them in a blender and mix them up. pour them on top of your head and wrap yourself in saran wrap for an hour
    will this cause baldness???
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