Arthrozene Video Review

By: Rob Miller
Fact Checked On: 9-9-2018
Arthrozene Video Review
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Thinking about trying Arthrozene? I’ve personally tested it. Watch my video and learn more about the ingredients, side effects, where to buy, my results, and more.

If you would like to read my written Arthrozene review,click here.

Studies mentioned in the video:

Chicken Comb study –https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18208600

ApresFlex study –https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2974165/

B2 Cool study –https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02843620

Video Transcription

Hey guys, Rob here again with SupplementCritique.com, and in todays review we’re going to be talking about a joint relieving supplement called Arthrozene.

I’m going to talk a little bit about the product first before I dive into my personal results, but if you’d like to jump straight to my results than just scroll below this video.

I have a link that jumps down to my personal results, and it tells you all about how my experiment with Arthrozene went.

So anyways, I actually came across Arthrozene while I was skimming through Yahoo.com one day this past summer.

I saw an ad that kind of caught my eye, so I decided to click on it and it took me to a page that talked about how great Arthrozene is for helping to relieve joint pain.

It went through to their website, and according to them Arthrozene is an all natural joint relief supplement that is designed to attack joint pain and stiffness at the root.

Those root causes include things like Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Gout, and Osteoarthritis, and as anyone suffering from these conditions can tell you, it’s not fun.

According to them, the ingredients in Arthrozene have been clinically tested to help decrease imflammation, slow down cartiledge degradation, and increase lubrication of the joints.

Their full ingredients is actually surprisingly short, and only contains 3 ingredients:

You have ApresFlex – which is essentially a trademarked version of Boswellia Serrata, a tree found native in India.

ApresFlex has been clinically studied as an anti-inflamatory agent, amongst other benefits like an improvement in repiratory and digestive function.

Another unique ingredient is Chicken Comb extract, which is apparently included in the formula because of it’s high content of Hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid has numerous health benefits, but it’s included in the Arthrozene formula because it’s been clinically studied to help relieve joint pain in people with osteoarthritis.

There’s actually been specific clinical studies conducted for Chicken comb extract that have shown a remarkable improvement in the quality of life when it comes to relieving joint pain, and I’ll put a link to that study below the video here.

Next up on our ingredients list is B-2 Cool, which is a natural ingredient supplying native type II collagen.

B2Cool is used to help improve tissue strength in your joints, and has been shown in two studies to reduce pain and imflammation, as well as imrpove mobility of joints in those with osteoarthritis.

Again, I’ll put a link to that study below if you’re interested in reading more on that.

So ever since I initially wrote my preliminary review of Arthrozene, I’ve had a ton of people come to me and ask whether or not Arthrozene will help with a host of conditions.

These conditions range from knee pain cause by knee replacement, joint pain caused by surgeries, and even people with hip replacement pain.

The problem is, we really don’t know if Arthrozene can help specifically with issues like this, mainly because the manufacturer hasn’t claimed that it will.

With that said, we have had numerous people come to the site and leave a review and the vast majority of them are very positive.

For example, Lori writes the following:

The vast majority of the Arthrozene reviews posted on our site have echoed the same sentiment, and I have to say after personally testing it out, I can tell you that it does actually seem to work fairly well.

At least for a little bit.

For those of you that haven’t been following my reviews, I’m an avid beach volleyball player that competes at the semi-pro level.

I’ve been playing since I was probably around 14 years old, and I can’t begin to tell you what kind of an impact the sport has on your joints.

The constant sprinting and jumping can really start to wear you down, especially if you’re doing it all in deep sand 4 – 5 days a week.

This wasn’t a problem when I was in my early 20’s, but we all know how that goes.

I received a 30 count bottle of Arthrozene about a month ago, and I’ve been taking it on an empty stomach everyday.

For the first few days I didn’t really notice much of anything.

I generally will take 2 advil upon waking up, and 2 about an hour before bed to aid with some of the pain.

Within about a week of taking Arthrozene, I started to notice that I really didn’t need that evening dose.

I didn’t even realize it until one night I was reading and realized that I hadn’t taken any Advil, but didn’t really have the usual aches and pains.

Skipping my advil dose that night, I wanted to see if I woke up with more pain than usual.

When I got up, I felt a little bit of aches and pain, but nowhere NEAR what I normally do.

I didn’t skip my morning advil dose, but I could tell that my aches were significantly reduced from what they normally are.

And this is where the apparent benefits seemed to taper down for some reason.

Fast forward to weeks 3 and 4 of my test, and for whatever reason the effects seemed to start wearing off.

It’s almost like I was back where I started.

I needed to start taking my twice a day advil dose, as the Arthrozene just wasn’t cutting it any longer.

I have no idea what could be causing it.

The only thing I can think of is that my body may have built up a sort-or “immunity” to the ingredients.

In conclusion, from having testing it out for just about a month, I’m still kind of torn on making a recommendation.

The reviews that have been pouring in have been nothing but stellar, but I’m a little surprised that it didn’t work just as well for myself.

With that said, Arthrozene does seem to work for about 90% of the people that have tried it, so I would defintely recommend giving it a shot if you’ve been on the fence.

Anyways, that’s all I have for Arthrozene.

If you have any questions on the product for me, you can leave it in the comments section towards the bottom of this page, or send me an email to contact at SupplementCritique.com, and I’ll try to get back to you as soon as possible.

That’s all for now, and I’ll be back soon with another review.

Take care.

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.