Costly Joint-Pain In­jec­tions Re­placed By New $2 Pill

New pill boosts the same lu­bri­cat­ing joint luid as ex­pen­sive and painful in­jec­tions - with­out us­ing a nee­dle. Users re­port dra­matic re­lief from swelling, pain and stiff­ness with­out side ef­fects and ex­pense.

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS - By Jack Isler, M.D.

Health News Syndicate HNS—A

pop­u­lar nee­dle in­jec­tion for peo­ple with joint pain is now avail­able in an in­ex­pen­sive non­pre­scrip­tion pill. The break­through came when re­searchers dis­cov­ered a way to de­liver the in­jected “re­lief mol­e­cule” through the di­ges­tive sys­tem.

Top US clin­ics have used these nee­dle in­jec­tions for years be­cause they de­liver pow­er­ful re­lief. Un­for­tu­nately, the shots are painful and ex­pen­sive. They also only work on the joint be­ing treated.

The new pill, called Synovia, de­liv­ers the same “re­lief mol­e­cule” as the in­jec­tions. How­ever, it has some im­pres­sive ad­van­tages. First, it’s in­ex­pen­sive and non­pre­scrip­tion. Also, re­lief is de­liv­ered to every joint in the body be­cause it en­ters the blood­stream through the di­ges­tive sys­tem.

This gives it the abil­ity to re­duce a much wider va­ri­ety of pain. Users re­port greater lex­i­bil­ity and less stiff­ness in their knees. Hands and shoul­ders move pain-free for the irst time in years. Even neck and lower back pain im­prove dra­mat­i­cally.

All this with­out spend­ing over $600 on nee­dle in­jec­tions and tak­ing trips to the doc­tor every week.

The med­i­cal com­mu­nity is very ex­cited about this new break­through. Dr. Ja­cob Moss says, “Synovia is a great op­tion for those suf­fer­ing from joint pain. In­jec­tions are usu­ally a last re­sort be­cause of the pain and ex­pense. How­ever, Synovia should be taken at the irst sign of dis­com­fort.”

New Dis­cov­ery

The nee­dle in­jec­tion pro­ce­dure has been given to hun­dreds of thou­sands of pa­tients over the last sev­eral years.

Doc­tors use the shots to boost a crit­i­cal el­e­ment of the joint called syn­ovial luid. This lu­bri­cat­ing luid is found be­tween the car­ti­lage and bones of every joint.

Ac­cord­ing to the irm’s head of R&D, Mike McNeill, “Re­searchers have been work­ing for years to ind a way to boost this luid non­in­va­sively. The prob­lem was the mol­e­cule used in the in­jec­tions was too large to ab­sorb into the blood­stream.”

Top sci­en­tists con­quered this ob­sta­cle by in­d­ing a smaller form of the same mol­e­cule. This new glu­cose form is eas­ily ab­sorbed by your stom­ach and in­testines!

Now those who suf­fer from joint pain can get re­lief with­out painful in­jec­tions. At less than $2 per day, early users like Steve Young are im­pressed. He says, “I’ve tried more pills than I can count, with­out any luck. Synovia is dif­fer­ent. My knees and hands haven’t felt this good in years!”

Im­pres­sive Clin­i­cal Re­sults

Lead­ing clin­ics use in­jec­tion ther­apy be­cause it works. Re­cent clin­i­cal tri­als show the pill form also de­liv­ers ma­jor re­lief.

One ex­am­ple is a land­mark study out of Europe. In the study the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in Synovia was com­pared to a pop­u­lar NSAID pain re­liever. The goal was to see if it could re­duce pain and swelling around the knee. The re­sults were in­cred­i­ble!

After just 30 days, more than 8 out of 10 peo­ple who took Synovia’s ac­tive in­gre­di­ent had NO swelling. How­ever, only 2 out of 10 peo­ple who took the NSAID ex­pe­ri­enced re­duced swelling.

The study also looked at cases of se­vere swelling. Amaz­ingly, zero cases of se­vere swelling were de­tected in the group tak­ing the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent found in Synovia. This means it was 100% ef­fec­tive for the cases of se­vere swelling!

In con­trast, 9 out of 10 peo­ple tak­ing the NSAID still had se­vere swelling. McNeill points out, “The im­pres­sive thing about this study is the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent wasn’t tested against a fake pill. It was up against one of the most pop­u­lar NSAIDs peo­ple use every day. It’s easy to see why peo­ple in pain are ex­cited to get re­lief with­out an in­jec­tion.”

The New Way It De­liv­ers Re­lief

Get­ting re­lief with­out in­jec­tions has big ad­van­tages. The most ob­vi­ous is avoid­ing be­ing stuck by a large nee­dle every week for 5 weeks.

An­other down­side of in­jec­tions is the doc­tor can “miss”. The nee­dle needs to be in­serted into a pre­cise spot in the joint to work. Oth­er­wise, you risk the treat­ment be­ing in­ef­fec­tive.

How­ever, boost­ing your lu­bri­cat­ing joint luid by tak­ing a pill de­liv­ers re­lief to all your joints, not just one.

There’s an ad­di­tional rea­son the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in Synovia works so well – it nour­ishes the car­ti­lage.

McNeill says, “This is vi­tal be­cause car­ti­lage does not have blood ves­sels. The luid in the joint serves two very im­por­tant pain-re­lief roles: lu­bri­ca­tion and giv­ing the car­ti­lage the nu­tri­ents it needs to start re-grow­ing.”

Ap­proved By Lead­ing Doc­tors

The new de­liv­ery sys­tem for this mol­e­cule has caught the attention of lead­ing med­i­cal doc­tors.

“Nee­dle in­jec­tions for joint pain have been around for years be­cause they work. Be­ing able to get the same re­lief mol­e­cule through a pill is amaz­ing. In­jec­tions may be a last re­sort, but I’d rec­om­mend Synovia at the irst sign of pain,” said Dr. Marie La­guna.

Dr. Ger­ardo Pereira, a renowned sur­geon from Florida says, “In­jec­tions aim to boost syn­ovial luid, which lu­bri­cates the joint. Those suf­fer­ing from joint pain usu­ally have very lit­tle of this luid. Synovia helps re­lieve pain by boost­ing this key lubri­cant with­out nee­dles.”

Dr. Moss adds, “The re­search be­hind the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent in Synovia is very ex­cit­ing. This prod­uct is a great choice for those who haven’t had suc­cess with other joint pain treat­ments.”

110% Money Back Guar­an­tee

Amaz­ing feed­back from users of Synovia has gen­er­ated a wave of con idence at the com­pany. So much so that they now of­fer Synovia with a 110% money back guar­an­tee.

The com­pany’s pres­i­dent, Michael Ken­neth says, “We’ve seen how well it works. Now we want to re­move any risk for those who might think Synovia sounds too good to be true.”

Sim­ply take the pill ex­actly as di­rected. You must en­joy fast act­ing re­lief. Oth­er­wise, re­turn the prod­uct as di­rected and you’ll re­ceive 100% of your money back plus an ex­tra 10%.

How To Get Synovia

To­day marks the o icial re­lease of Synovia in District of Columbia. As such, the com­pany is of­fer­ing a spe­cial dis­counted sup­ply to every­one who calls within the next 48 hours.

A Re­gional Order Hot­line has been set up for lo­cal read­ers to call. This is the only way to try Synovia with their “110% money back” guar­an­tee.

Start­ing at 6:00 am to­day the order hot­line will be open for 48 hours. All you have to do is call TOLL FREE 1-888-975-6594 and pro­vide the op­er­a­tor with the spe­cial dis­count ap­proval code: SYN18. The com­pany will do the rest.

Cur­rent sup­plies of Synovia are lim­ited, and call­ers that don’t get through to the order hot­line within the next 48 hours may have to pay more and wait un­til more in­ven­tory is pro­duced. This could take as long as 6 weeks.

THESE STATE­MENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVAL­U­ATED BY THE FOOD TNE DRUG ADMINSTRATION. THIS PROD­UCT IS NOT IN­TENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PRE­VENT ANY DIS­EASE. ALL DOC­TORS MENTIONED ARE REMUNERATED FOR THEIR SER­VICE. ALL CLIN­I­CAL STUD­IES WERE IN­DE­PEN­DENTLY CON­DUCTED AND WERE NOT SPON­SORED BY MAK­ERS OF SYNOVIA.

NO MORE NEE­DLES: A pop­u­lar nee­dle in­jec­tion pain-killer for joint pain is be­ing re­placed. The key mol­e­cule in these in­jec­tions can now be de­liv­ered by tak­ing a new low-cost pill called Synovia.

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