I bought my first packet and used it in addition to my prescription tablets. Whilst taking them there was a marked improvement, but when I ran out two weeks ago I stopped taking them. Now my back has "gone" again, see photo.
I've now ordered 2 more packs from Amazon, I will let you know how I get on.
My problem is walking down hill. I am fine on the flat and ascent. I was caught a few times while out walking when more than one decent was involved and as a result I have had to avoid walks involving hills.
Nine weeks ago I had little trouble being persuaded to try Elavina and until a week ago I had not tested my knees. However, my chance came a week ago while visiting relatives in Austria and ascended the side of a steep gorge via steps and paths. I reached the summit with...
I'm taking the max daily amount of 2 capsules a day and can really feel the differnnce after 2 or 3 weeks use. I use a back brace for lifting really heavy stuff as its stupid not to, but for day to day working where lifting bags of sand and cement are the norm, I cant beleive how well I feel.
I bought some of the human version at the gamekeepers fair on Saturday. Either they are brilliant or I have serious psychological issues. At the moment I'm going with the former and keeping taking the tablets can't believe the difference in 3 days.
My horse and dogs have been on Joint Aid for years and have done wonderfully well, so it was brilliant to see the human version finally hit the market after many enquires to see if you would consider doing it.
I'm taking the max level of 2 capsules per day and already feel so much more able. Even getting out of bed in the morning is now a simple affair; free from the usual "oooh's" and "ahhh's" :)