Instaflex Advanced Review

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Instaflex is a line of supplements that relieve joint pain. It claims to work fast to decrease stiffness and enhance flexibility.

Joint pain is not a condition that affects just old aged people. According to a national survey, 1/3rd of adults reported suffering from joint pain in the past 30 days. Most of them complained about knee pain, although hip and shoulder pain were pretty common too.

But, you know all that already. Whether it’s your back, knee or ankles, your joint pain is becoming a real issue, and you are desperate for a solution. That’s why you’re here, right?

Being pretty active ourselves but with lots of joint problems, we’ve decided to look for a pain relief supplement that can reduce stiffness and improve flexibility.

Instaflex promises to do all that, but does it really deliver?

Let’s find out!

What Is Instaflex?

Instaflex is a dietary supplement that, as the name suggests, can help increase the mobility of your knees, shoulders, hips, and ankles. It works by reducing inflammation and providing support to your joints.

The formula combines powerful ingredients like hyaluronic acid, turmeric, black pepper extract, and ApresFlex, which is a concentrated form of Boswellia Serrata, a plant that has been used in medicines since time immemorial.

Keep in mind that Instaflex can provide relief for a variety of joint diseases, such as arthritis, gout or bursitis. But, if you’ve just strained or twisted your ankle a couple of weeks ago and are looking for a remedy for your residual pain, Instaflex might not be that effective.

How Does It Work?

Your joints support an incredible amount of stress every day. As we age and our bodies lose the ability to heal as fast as they used to, our joints begin to degrade. Diet can also play a crucial role in the lubrication of joints. When bones rub together, something as simple as walking or getting out of bed becomes painful.

Instaflex contains hygroscopic ingredients that can lubricate your joints and reduce inflammation.

  • Boswellia Serrata: The company behind Instaflex has created a proprietary blend of highly potent Boswellia extract. According to the manufacturer’s website, this ingredient has been clinically proven to protect against collagen degradation and support healthy joints.
  • Turmeric: This plant has been shown to reduce inflammation, stiffness, and pain associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic acid (HA) can be effective in treating osteoarthritis but only when injected directly into the joint. When it comes to ingestion, however, there’s not enough evidence to support the efficacy of HA.
  • Black Pepper Extract: Also known as Bioperine, Black Pepper Extract is a proprietary ingredient developed by a dietary supplements manufacturer that is claimed to increase the bioavailability of other ingredients. Simply put, this extract doesn’t have any real impact on your joints’ health but can help your body absorb the other ingredients faster.
  • UC-II Collagen: UC-II Collagen is another patented ingredient that claims to deliver collagen type II to support your joints. Although the manufacturers claim that there are studies proving the benefits of this ingredient, they fail to mention any of them on the website.
  • Resveratrol: Although little, there is some evidence pointing to the effectiveness of resveratrol in reducing inflammation.

Is There Any Clinical Evidence behind the Claims?

According to the Instaflex website, the efficiency of their dietary supplement has been proven by five double-blind, placebo-controlled studies. Although the makers of Instaflex have funded the studies, the company took no part in the investigation, and none of the researchers had any connection with it.

The study lasted for eight weeks and involved 100 men and women with a history of joint pain. The subjects received either three capsules of Instaflex or three capsules of a placebo. People didn’t use any arthritis meds during the study.

According to the results of the study, 37% of the people who took Instaflex reported feeling significantly less joint pain compared to those who took a placebo. The subjects also reported improvements in mobility and flexibility. Those who suffered from knee pain also reported a significant reduction in aches.

Are There Any Side Effects?

The clinical study mentioned above showed that Instaflex comes with no dangerous side effects. However, people taking blood thinners should consult with their doctors before taking this supplement since some of the ingredients have blood thinning properties. Moreover, collagen type II contains glucosamine which, if taken in large doses, can lead to nausea, headaches, heartburn, diarrhea or constipation, and drowsiness. That’s why you should talk with your doctor before taking Instaflex (or any other health supplement for that matter.)

Risk-Free Trial

If you purchase this supplement directly from their website, Instaflex is available only through an 18-day trial for $4.99 plus shipping and handling. Then, after the initial 14 days, you will be sent a full bottle with 30 capsules and charged $69.99. Also, you will be enrolled in their auto-ship program, meaning that you’ll receive a fresh batch of Instaflex at the end of every month. You can cancel the autoship program at any time by contacting one of their support reps.

If you want to avoid all this hassle, you can purchase Instaflex through a third-party retailer, such as GNC or even Amazon.

However, one benefit of purchasing directly from their website is that they offer a 30-day money back guarantee. In other words, if you are not completely satisfied with the product after one month, you can ask them to refund you.

Be careful, though: every purchase made through the website becomes subject to an arbitration agreement, meaning that you give up your right to a trial by jury if you experience any damages from taking Instaflex.

Is Instaflex Worth Your Money?

Unlike most joint pain relievers on the market, Instaflex has been clinically proven to help people reduce pain and improve their mobility and flexibility. That’s the good part. The bad part is that it’s pretty expensive. Boswellia Serrata, one of the most potent ingredients in Instaflex can be purchased as a standalone supplement for less than $20. The question that you should ask yourself now is: can you put a price on pain relief?

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Terry L Brandli
February 5, 2020 3:55 PM

I’ve used it for over a month with no improvement. Now I’m having trouble getting someone to talk to me so I can cancel it.

October 21, 2017 11:25 AM

I take warfarin does instaflex decrease or increase the affect?

April 8, 2017 2:48 PM

I thought I’d try a bottle for my arthritis in my knee. There was some improvement of my discomfort but not enough to justify buying such an expensive product. The small amount of benefit wasn’t worth it.

April 2, 2017 12:40 PM

Been using it for two weeks and my knee feels so much better. My Doctor gave me a shot in my knee a while back but it was only effective for a couple of days. Had been taking pain killers until I got a recommendation to try Instaflex. It’s expensive but I found it to be as effective as my pain killers. I just ordered my second bottle because it definitely works for me!