What is Relief Factor?
The purpose of this review is to examine Relief Factor which claims to help your body fight inflammation that triggers joint and muscle pain. Its manufacturer says that this formula is a product developed from 15 years of clinical practice by doctors who were looking for the solution to assist patients with a chronic injury. It alleges to provide relief from minor aches and pains. We hope our review will help you in making your purchasing decision.
This product comes with two different products. There is the capsule consisting of the following:
- Resveratrol – It has antioxidant properties and supports blood vessel health. It also promotes proliferation of healthy cells.
- Curcumin – Offers curcumin phytosomes to enhance bioavailability and absorption. Additionally, it provides adequate support for a healthy inflammatory response.
- Icariin – Supports the normal production of anti-inflammatory factors. Maintains healthy levels of nitric oxide to support blood flow and normal healing.
This product also consists of Omega-3 softgels. This fatty acid is highly concentrated to provide a healthy inflammatory response and tissue repair.
Relief Factor comes in packets. Each packet contains 2 capsules and two softgels. The manufacturer states that the recommended dosage is dependent on the condition causing your pain and inflammation, your personal inflammatory response and metabolism. It is advised to begin with 3 packets per day. Take up to 4 packets daily for severe pain. Gradually reduce to 2 or 3 packets daily as your pain diminishes. When taking the 4 packets daily, start with one in the morning, two during the day, and the last one in the evening. When taking 3 packets, take one in the morning, lunchtime, and in the evening. Take one packet in the morning and the other in the evening when taking 2 packets daily.
The manufacturer states that Relief Factor may trigger some stomach upset in the beginning, particularly if you don’t take supplements. The omega-3 can also cause loose stool. There have been reported other side effects like dry mouth, nosebleeds, and dizziness.
What is the Cost?
At the time of our review, the manufacturer was selling a package of Relief Factor for $19.95 for first-time buyers. They offer a monthly subscription of 60 packets for $49.95 plus $6.95 shipping and handling cost, this is a three-week supply. You can order online from their official website or contact them directly. This formula could not be found on other websites or stores when carried out our review.
We didn’t find a money back guarantee but they have a refund policy. This may be an indication that this formula is not as effective as it claims. The manufacturer only accepts returns of their product if the original blue and green bag is intact, unopened, or unmarked. You should write “Refused” on the white mailing package and send it back. Shipping cost is not refundable.
Our Final Review of Relief Factor
Relief Factor seems that it could be a very promising solution to treat muscle and joint pain but with limited qualities. We found some user comments who claim to have benefited from its use. Details about its ingredients have been elaborated on the manufacturer’s website. Nevertheless, we identified some downsides. The dosage instructions are complicated, and it seems that you will be taking a lot of tablets each day which is a hassle. Their refund policy is very strict and does not give you much chance to try the product if the product has to be returned unopened.