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Welcome to FlexAgain: Less Painful Joints Or Your Money Back!

Are you tired of struggling with joint pain, stiffness, and limited mobility? Sick of sham products and false promises?

At FlexAgain, we understand your frustration. And yes everybody says that, but in this case it's actually true.

FlexAgain was originally created out of our own frustrating experiences, because quite simply, we could NOT find a good joint supplement. And if you're like us, up until now that's been your experience too.

And of course, this was incredibly disappointing. Even more so when you see that the science on arthritis and joint pain has been clear for quite a long time. There are a host of natural compounds that can reduce inflammation, joint pain and stiffness, when they're used in the right doses.

And we're talking 1000's of studies here. Not just one or two.

The problem is most of the products out there aren't in the right doses.

Which is what ultimately drove us to making FlexAgain.

Originally, FlexAgain was developed because of my son.

Which may sound a little odd for a joint supplement, as it's generally my generation that needs them. But, after a nasty road accident he was left with post-traumatic osteoarthritis in his shoulder and hands.

Of course, taking pain killers every day for the rest of his life was something he wanted to avoid if possible. And the research on alternative and additional treatment for arthritis and joint pain looked really promising.

After all, there's a lot of clinical trials showing that there are a wide variety of herbal options that were as effective or even more effective than NSAIDs!

And that sounded great, who wouldn't want something that works better than pain killers with no side effects? But, of course there was a catch.

At first we went through a few different well known store brand supplements that did nothing. It was only after really paying attention to the back of the bottle we realized why.

The ingredients dosage was less than 10% of what was used in the clinical trials that showed results. The same clinical trials the product claimed supported it's use....

So, we looked elsewhere and we quickly found out that this was pretty standard for the supplements industry. And technically they weren't lying, their ingredients were "clinically proven".

And it got worse, we discovered that looking for a product that had the right doses of ingredients was completely impossible.

And sure, we could get everything individually, but we were getting upwards of 20 pills a day and $200 a month at that point, so we soon realized there was an issue when it came to getting something that works.

So, if the joint supplements on the market had the clinically proven ingredients, but in useless doses, then what we and a lot of other people needed was something in the right dose.

That's why we've formulated FlexAgain.

We're not reinventing the wheel, there's nothing revolutionary and ground-breaking here. We're just doing things right.

So, that's the story. Just the 11 ingredients that have been proven to work in clinical settings, and could actually fit into one supplement all put together into one product.

Oh and yes, as it happens we do both now take FlexAgain ourselves.

And what started as just FlexAgain has become a whole range of supplement brands with the same idea, doing things right. But, that's another story for another time.

You're here to see what FlexAgain can do for you. So, next up we'll hit on the money back guarantee and the science behind FlexAgain.

Our Promise to You: Results or Your Money Back

At FlexAgain, we believe in transparency and efficacy. While we can't guarantee that our supplement will work for everyone, but, it works for most of our customers. Meaning that we are able to simply refund anyone it doesn't work for and stay in business.

And as we've mentioned, we know joint pain sucks. So, we don't want anyone out here wasting money.

That's why we offer a no-questions-asked refund policy if you're not satisfied with your results.



Ends April 8th

The Science

This is the bit where we tell you about our ingredients, and doses. It's also important to note, that not every ingredient is effective for everyone, your body will respond differently and some people take more time. This is one of the reasons why we made something that contains functional doses of everything we could fit into FlexAgain.


Dose: 1100mg (as in the trials) and we should note, it's from algae, which like fish contains mostly DHA and EPA (the types of omega that your joints use) plant omegas are mostly ALA, meaning that 85% of it is no good for joints.

Numerous studies have highlighted the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids for joint health. For example, a study published in the "Journal of Rheumatology" found that omega-3 supplementation reduced joint pain and stiffness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) over a 12-week period (James et al., 2000).

Another study published in the "Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases" demonstrated that omega-3 fatty acids could help improve joint function and reduce the need for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in patients with osteoarthritis (OA) (Fortin et al., 1995).

Glucosamine and Chondroitin

Dosage: 400mg Glucosamine HCL (4x as potent as Glucosamine Sulfate). 250mg Chondroitin

Research suggests that glucosamine and chondroitin may help slow the progression of joint degeneration and alleviate symptoms of OA. A landmark study known as the Glucosamine/Chondroitin Arthritis Intervention Trial (GAIT) found that the combination of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate provided significant pain relief in patients with knee OA, particularly those with moderate-to-severe symptoms (Clegg et al., 2006).

Additionally, a meta-analysis published in "Osteoarthritis and Cartilage" concluded that glucosamine and chondroitin supplementation was effective in reducing pain and improving joint function in patients with OA (Bruyere et al., 2008).


Dose: 500mg

Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, has garnered attention for its potent anti-inflammatory properties. And you need to make sure you're getting curcumin, as it only actually makes up about 8% of turmeric, and a lot of supplements just offer turmeric.

A study published in the "Journal of Medicinal Food" found that curcumin supplementation reduced markers of inflammation and improved symptoms in patients with knee OA (Kuptniratsaikul et al., 2009).

Furthermore, a systematic review and meta-analysis published in "Phytotherapy Research" concluded that curcumin supplementation was associated with significant reductions in pain and improvements in physical function in individuals with OA (Daily et al., 2016).


Dosage: 255mg Ginger and Galangal Extract standardized to more than 30% hydroxymethoxyphenyl.

That bit may sound a bit complicated, but that's because Eurovita 77 which is a patented blend of ginger and galangal extract has been shown in multiple trials to be as effective as 3 grams of ginger. And the trials listed below typically use 1-3grams for the dose to be effective. We use a none patented version standardized for the exact same compounds. Why not just use Eurovita? Not using it saved about $14 a bottle in production, and our current extract is actually now slightly higher yield.

Gingerols, bioactive compounds found in ginger, have demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties in several studies. For example, a study published in "Arthritis and Rheumatism" reported that ginger extract reduced knee pain and stiffness in patients with OA (Altman et al., 2001).

Another study published in "Osteoarthritis and Cartilage" found that ginger extract improved knee pain and physical function in patients with knee OA compared to placebo (Zhang et al., 2016).

Vitamin D and K2

Dose: 100% RDI

Most of the studies show more than half of US adults over 50 are Vitamin D deficient, and one symptom of said deficiency is joint pain. So unsurprisingly it can make joint issues worse. But, beyond that.

Both vitamin D and vitamin K play essential roles in bone health and may help reduce the risk of joint-related issues. A systematic review and meta-analysis published in "The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism" found that vitamin D supplementation reduced the risk of falls and fractures in older adults (Bischoff-Ferrari et al., 2009).

Furthermore, a study published in "The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition" reported that higher vitamin K intake was associated with a reduced risk of hip fractures in women (Feskanich et al., 1999).


A randomized controlled trial published in "Phytotherapy Research" found that Boswellia supplementation reduced pain and improved physical function in patients with knee OA compared to placebo (Kimmatkar et al., 2003).


A systematic review published in "Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine" concluded that bromelain had potential as an anti-inflammatory agent for various conditions, including arthritis (Bhattacharyya et al., 2008).


Dose: 50mg

A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial published in "Osteoarthritis and Cartilage" found that MSM supplementation reduced pain and improved physical function in patients with knee OA


Dose: 100mg

A systematic review published in "Phytotherapy Research" concluded that resveratrol had potential as a therapeutic agent for OA due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties (Shakibaei et al., 2014).

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Ends April 8th