Thursday, February 7, 2013

Flex Protex - Reviews & Brand Information

Concerns About Taking Flex Protex

Consumers are becoming increasingly aware about the best practices for creating an herbal supplement, and these concerns are generally divided into two categories. The first category is whether or not the company is engaging in ethical marketing practices, and second is whether or not the supplement herbal or otherwise actually contains what the public information suggests. Because the FDA is only one organization, it is very difficult to constantly test all substances for the inclusion of dangerous or controlled substances.

First, let's look at the marketing practices of Flex Protex and determine where exactly for Flex Protex is sold, and under what circumstances. Anyone who shops for Flex Protex will immediately realize that it costs twice as much as similar supplements. On the other hand, many supplements, valued at half of the price Flex Protex claims to be valued at, offer far more reputable labeling practices. Flex Protex is offered through it's home website, and is also available from, listed by the manufacturer. Since the prices are controlled only by the manufacturer, they are not subject to market forces at third-party pharmaceutical retailers. CVS and Walgreens do not offer Flex Protex, likely because the suggested price is exorbitant, and the quality is impossible to determine except through laboratory analysis.

Secondly, the actual manufacturing process has resulted in poor labeling practices for Flex Protex. There are two separate areas of ingredients. First vitamins C and D3, followed by a proprietary blend. So far, so good. The proprietary blend consists of familiar ingredients, many of which are available in other supplements, but the amount of these ingredients present is impossible to determine. Although glucosamine and chondroitin and are among these ingredients, the specific amounts are not listed. This represents an extreme concern for safety--not to mention that customers have no idea what they are buying, and in what amount per Flex Protex dosage.

These manufacturing and labeling practices could be grounds for serious safety concerns. These safety concerns are serious issues for arthritis sufferers, who have no wish to add to potential sources of inflammation, and will very likely prevent customers who pay attention to the label from purchasing Flex Protex, exposing themselves to the safety risks of an unknown proprietary blend. In fact, two of the ingredients (hyaluronic acid, and green lipped mussel) are actually misspelled on the label.

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