Synodrin is a lineup of natural supplements and gels claimed to be able to relieve inflammation and pain in arthritic joints, as well as to improve the overall joint health. The line was endorsed by Phillip Fulmer. Immunodrin is at the core of the lineup. It is a proprietary blend of cetyl myristoleate (CMO) and cetylated fatty acids. According to the official website, these compounds have been shown to modulate the immune system and soothe joints. CMO is claimed to be referred to as the "WD-40 for joints" due to its lubricating properties. Using the products in their lineup regularly, you are promised to experience better health of your joints, less inflammation, and more lubrication in just one week. To get better results, you are recommended to use the products for at least three months.
All this sounds just fantastic, but can you realistically expect these types of results? Does the lineup really improve joint health, as promised on the company's official website? Keep reading and you will find answers to these and more question for you to make an informed decision. But at first we will take a look at what is known about the company behind Synodrin. This joint care product is manufactured by a company called Natural Solutions for Life that is based in the USA. It is also known for manufacturing topical pain relief products. The manufacturer claims to follow a strict code of ethics, which means that they do not compromise the quality of their products.
Does It Have Any Side Effects?
According to the company's official website, they use carefully sourced ingredients of high quality; however, it does not mean that their products are really safe to use by everyone. Some people are allergic even to natural compounds. In their FAQ, it is indicated that there are no known side effects to this date; however, real users have reported experiencing some undesired reactions. The most common ones include digestive upset, stomach aches, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and skin reactions such as redness, rash, itching and irritation. There is no information about drug interactions but if you are taking any other supplement or medications on a regular basis, you are recommended to consult with your doctor before starting to use Synodrin.
There are not so many customer reviews about Synodrin products online. Amazon contains 18 customer reviews for Synodrin's Triple Action Joint with an average rating of 3.4 stars. Common complaints referenced ineffectiveness in reducing joint pain, experiencing side effects like weakness and stomach upset, high price, and absence of results. Let us take a look at the actual customers' reviews left online.
"I have had fibromyalgia joint pain for more than a year with a "frozen" shoulder. I felt like my whole body was deprived of lubrication. I decided to try the Tin Man lol Synodrin but it relieved my pain only partially. I wish it could work better. I will continue using the product. If I don't feel better I will not order it anymore."
"I have been taking Synodrin supplement for eight days. It has shown some positive results but I don't like side effects. Every day I have mild stomach upset. It is not very pleasant, to tell you the truth. I am looking for another alternative that would not cause such a reaction."
"Synodrin is too expensive for a product of its kind. I tried the Advanced formula, I used one pill a day. However, it did not help me with the pain in my legs and hands after sitting before the computer all day long. I wish I did not waste my money and bought a more effective product."