Freedom to move, bend, and dance for joy again!
Isoprex works in four bio-paths to help your poor aching joints:
- Cartilage: Boswellia and two amino and six more supplements tackle your weak-joint issues head on.
- Muscle: Depend on this yellow spice to keep muscles strong and calm so they won't cramp and inhibit free movement.
- Enzymes: The most helpful antioxidant from oranges—not vitamin C!—that helps tame your body’s natural enzyme system so it won’t go amok, causing you pain after activity.
- Nerves: A little-known natural supplement makes Boswellia work even better and helps calm over-stimulated nerves and sneaky “flashback” pain on its own.
Read about the ingredient so effective that all 30 out of 30 people got better when it was tested!
Isoprex works in these four bio-paths to help your poor aching joints:
• 1st path: Boswellia and two amino acids support your cartilage. Then six more supplements were added to address those other weak-joint issues.
• 2nd path: Help to soothe the muscles and tissues around your joints that can stretch or cramp and inhibit free movement.
• 3rd path: Help to tame your body’s natural enzyme system that can go amok, causing you pain after activity, when it detects problems in cartilage or surrounding muscles.
• 4th path: Help to calm over-stimulated nerves and sneaky “flashback” pain.
A Breakthrough Knee Pain Trial
Where EVERYONE Got Better?
Researchers divided 30 volunteers with sore and stiff knees into two groups. Half of them got Boswellia, a key ingredient in Isoprex, and half got a placebo. Every patient who took the Boswellia for eight weeks had spectacular results.
Boswellia Is So Effective It Helped 30 Out of 30 Patients
But this experiment gave Boswellia the acid test… after a 2-week break, the groups switched sides…. The results stunned scientists. Again the placebo failed and Boswellia excelled. Only the patients who got Boswellia, got real relief… and it worked for all 30 of them.
- Reduced knee pain
- Improved flexion
- Increased walking distance1
The Proof Keeps Coming— This Is How Boswellia in Isoprex Could Help You Walk, Run, Turn, Twist, Lift and Even Jump for Joy
And another study on Boswellia found these significant results2
- 41% less knee pain
- 26% increase in walking speed and distance…
- Less clicking, catching and balkiness in joints
- 43% improvement in “quality of life”—meaning just the kind of daily activities like cooking, dressing, opening doors, walking places… all the things that cause you trouble on your bad days.
No More Crushed Joints = Freer Movement Forever
Another important Isoprex ingredient, Chondroitin, helps your joints feel great.
It brings water.
Cartilage should be soft and cushiony. But as you get older, it tends to lose water and that causes it to shrink. Bring on the pain! Because when cartilage dries out and shrinks, your bones move closer together.
Feel Better from Neck to Toes
Narrow joints crush the synovial membranes and sac. Then you lose all-important synovial fluid between joints that allows them to move freely without bone-on-bone grinding.
Synovial fluid is about as thick as egg whites. But it operates just like the motor oil in a car— reducing friction and preventing wear.
Keeping that fluid on the job makes a difference you can feel all over your body. Everywhere you have a synovial joint… your hips, elbow, fingers, knees, ankles, and feet.
|Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 20
|Amount Per Serving||Daily Value|
|Boswella Extract||200 mg||**|
|Chondroitin Sulfate||150 mg||**|
|MSM (Methylsulforylmethane):||25 mg||**|
|** Daily value not established.|
Inactive ingredients: Cellulose (Vegetable Capsule), Rice Flour. Contains: Shellfish.
1 Efficacy and tolerability of Boswellia serrata extract in treatment of osteoarthritis of knee--a randomized double blind placebo controlled trial. Phytomedicine. 2003 Jan;10(1):3-7
2 A pilot, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to assess the safety and efficacy of a novel Boswellia serrata extract in the management of osteoarthritis of the knee. Phytother Res. 2019;33(5):1457-1468.