Christine Bachor
Christine Bachor
St Pete, FLMember since February 2018

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    • Feb 10, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Instaflex Advanced

    Magic pill?!

    I have been disabled since 1987 with mega injuries from head to toe; wheelchair stuck, cane, no nothing (malls, stores).

    Through the years I have literally purchased every joint/pain relief on the market but to no avail. I spent thousands and thousands of money looking for relief.

    I ordered the Instaflex 14-day trial. I saw a marked improvement in pain, flexibility, and overall mood.

    I ran out of IA two days ago and am really feeling the loss. Those old pains were on the way. I can feel pain creeping in!

    A life pain-free...never ever thought you would hear this from me.

    People claim the price is too high. you have a choice: purchasing meds that do not work ($35 to $69), or Instaflex Advanced ($35-$69). So aren’t you worth it? What is the price of pain?

    Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    25 people found it helpful

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    • Dec 19, 2018

      Phillip .

      I find it interesting that I finally found a review from someone that has actually had a good experience with Instaflex. I am glad to know that at least someone has gotten a benefit from this product. I am currently using Instaflex but I bought it at Walgreens, two bottles for the price of one, and at a fraction of what it is being sold for online. I do not know whether I am getting any pain relief from the product or not. but I am continuing to take it simply for the possibility that the ingredients might reverse swelling and possible loss of cartilage and fluid. I recently also had a scrotoplasty procedure for treatment of a bilateral sacral fracture and followed that with some epidural injections. I can say that I have truly gotten some benefit from the last two treatments. I would never have known that I needed to have these things done had it not been for an MRI.

      I definitely would not take Instaflex if it were not available to me for retail at Walgreens at a fraction of the price compared to what is being paid online because as far as I can tell, there is no absolute evidence that works. I am a bit confused about Instaflex in that I get the impression it is the same as Athrozene. Are these products the same and made by the same company, and simply carry different brand names?

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