Relief Factor combines four main natural ingredients to help you relieve pain without using any drugs that you’d normally see at pharmacies or grocery stores.
Heal-n-Soothe from LivingWell is a dietary supplement that is alleged to provide joint pain relief, though strong support for most of the ingredients is lacking.
OmegaXL is a daily supplement containing New Zealand mussel extract that allegedly reduces your joint pain and inflammation. Clinical evidence of the ingredients are still lacking, however.
Instaflex Advanced is a supplement that allegedly helps relieve your joint pain after one week of use. Are the benefits backed by science and research?
Hempvana pain relief cream is a topical analgesic that claims to provide relief from joint and muscle pain. A review of studies suggests that topical pharmaceutics' application may provide more...
The Arthrozene dietary supplement claims to attack joint pain and stiffness at their root, providing you with a meaningful reduction in inflammation, pain, and discomfort.
ActivMotion is a supplement that claims to ease your aches and pains by using a mix of collagen and a proprietary blend of four extracts. Learn how customers are rating this product.
Tamaflex is a series of three different types of turmeric supplements from nutrition store GNC that claim to relieve joint pain and stiffness and increase joint mobility.
Theragun claims that the G3PRO will help you improve performance and recover faster through percussive therapy.
PowerDot is alleged to promote muscle recovery and performance through a Bluetooth device that combines EMS and TENS. EMS may improve athletic performance and promote blood flow, though TENS does not...
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