Zyflamend Review - Does This Joint Inflammation Relief Work?
It’s been a long journey, but I now feel I’m qualified to advise you on whether or not to take Zyflamend. As this product is supposed to help relieve inflammation after exercise, it’s an important part of any weight-loss program if you’ve been suffering all along. We chose to look closely at the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer service. We read every comment we could find. Then, we gathered it all and refined it to give you the bottom line.
What You Need to Know
To being with, Zyflamend is a joint inflammation relief supplement made with rosemary, turmeric, ginger, holy basil, organic green tea, hu zhang, Chinese goldthread, berberry, organic oregano, Chinese skullcap, extra-virgin olive oil and organic sunflower oil. You take two capsules each day. It doesn’t look like you have to wait until after your workout. It is supposed to “support…healthy inflammation response after exercise.” The bottle’s small and portable – one good thing.
New Chapter, the business behind Zyflamend, created the website in 1996. There is a section of the site that can help connect you with a local business that sells the product, but it cannot be purchased directly from the company. We like that there are thousands of reviews and there’s some longevity in the market, but read on…
Side Effects – “Yes and No?”
Firstly, we found multiple reports of Zyflamend side effects, which was a little concerning. “We have to look at everything before making a decision on a supplement,” says our Research Editor. “With this one, there’s the good and the not so good.”
“It makes me nauseous and gives me hot flashes even when taken with food,” was one user experience.
Another claimed, “This stuff gave me terrible indigestion.”
Other users expressly noted that they did not notice any side effects.
“Zyflamend works…with no side-effects,” a customer offered.
One more said, “I haven’t experienced any side effects at all.”
Results – “Not for Everyone”
You can’t please everyone, but it’s best if you please most. Based on reviews of Zyflamend ingredients, there are people see and don’t see results.
“I finally gave up after I had used the whole bottle with no positive effect,” was one claim.
Another reported, “This did absolutely nothing for me. I experienced no effect at all, positive or negative.”
As you’d expect, there were some users who did see the results promised by Zyflamend.
“I am very pleased with the results,” said a user.
“Have used this product with very good results,” offered another.
We’ve found a connection, after years of research, between the small issues, like indigestion, and a lesser chance of long-term results. If Zyflamend does cause side effects for some users, there’s doubt they will stick with it.
The Science – “Clinically Proven?”
The ingredient list for Zyflamend is not typical. We often find glucosamine and chondroitin or MSM, but there’s none of that here. We have herbal extracts, olive oil and even some green tea. The key ingredient for pain, based on the website description, is ginger. If that’s the proven part of the formula, you can add that to your next meal without purchasing this supplement.
It’s important to minimize pain after exercise if you’re trying to lose weight. This is especially true if you are new to working out, because muscles can hurt the next day and that may discourage you. We’re just not sure Zyflamend will be any more effective than the ginger at your local grocery store.
The Bottom Line – Does Zyflamend Work?
Are the natural herbs in Zyflamend effective at fighting pain after exercise? Well, we do like that tons of information is available online and plenty of users found relief, but we are skeptical about recommending it. We’re not sure ginger is strong enough to actually relieve aches. Plus, if this is the main ingredient, there’s no reason to spend so much on the supplement.