Flex-N-Free - Cat Arthritis Pain Relief and joint Restoration
Calcium and Glucosamine Supplement
If you are reading this because your cat has arthritis, you have two choices- pharmaceuticals, like steroids and NSAIDS, or nutraceuticals (natural remedies).
While there are many natural remedies to choose from, only Flex-N-Free has a comprehensive formula to address all three joint issues: lubrication, ligament & tendon strength, and inflammation.
Drugs should only be considered as a last resort. It is difficult to get off drugs once you begin administering them. Also, they do not cure, they simply mask the pain. If your cat is already on drugs,
they can be weaned off with Flex-N-Free. Flex-N-Free restores all aspects of joint function.
There are at least 14 different forms of arthritis. Some are quite serious; all are painful. Arthritis is one of many diseases that develop when a cat's immune system breaks down.
You pet's immune system breaks down when it does not get the nutrients it needs. Thanks to Flex-N-free, most arthritis, even genetic predisposed arthritis can be mitigated without resorting to steroids or other forms of medication!
Flex-N-Free is a unique protocol consisting of 10 clinically proven premium grade nutrients, micronutrients and minerals in their most bioavailable form.
It restores calcium balance, improves flexibility, and lubrication, and supports the integrity of the joint, the collagen, synovial fluid, ligaments, tendons, and bones.
Flex-N-Free is a pleasant tasting powder that can be added to any food.
We formulate our own products. All our ingredients are purchased from United States sources. We maintain a C of A (Certificate of Authenticity) for all ingredients. Vitality Science does not use any additives or any substances other than what is on the label. That is, we use no excipients, flowing agents, coloring agents, stabilizers, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate, or unnatural substances of any kind.
"My cat Mickey, a 9 year old long hair originally feral cat, seriously injured his shoulder while jumping a baby gate that was not locked. He had trouble walking and was clearly in pain. I took him to a vet specialist who took x-rays which showed his shoulder bones were grating on each other from the injury but he also had arthritis as well. Surgery wasn't guaranteed as a solution and at $3,000 was simply not a possibility for us. I started him on the Flex n' Free product and give it to him twice a day with meals. He still has a slight limp but is totally back to his very loving personality, running up his tall cat stand and throughout the house. My other cat Maggie is a Maine Coon and at 15 years she has also developed arthritis. She is a constant purr machine and when she stops purring I know she is in pain. I just started her on the Flex n' Free a week ago. After just a week she walks without limping and is back to her happy purring self! Thanks for developing this very high quality product!"
"After a week, we see a difference in kalleigh's walk, still a slight limp, but so much better! thank you for a great product!"
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