I think I already know the answer to this one, but I'll throw it out here anyway:
A co-worker of mine (around 50-52) has been complaining of some pretty bad pain in his right knee. He had his Ntl Guard PT test a couple weeks back & said he couldn't complete the run portion due to the pain in his knee. He did mention that the Jack3d I recommended to him worked wonders for his push-ups & sit-ups. Anyway, I told him all about Super Cissus & how its helped so many people of all ages & all levels of physical fitness. He's not sold on it just yet. Before I try to push Cissus on him any more, I am correct in telling him that Super Cissus will not only help w/ the pain, but also help heal up his damaged knee? I told him it wouldn't replace surgery if that's what an MRI determines
Any input on this?