what is it?
what does it do? how do u get it? im asking because i recently had knee surgey, microfracture/meniscus repair
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you can get it at you grocery store/pharmacy. ive been taking it and going to add glucosamine/chondroiton. hasnt been that long so i cant say if its good or not. there's another thread about it though where someoen talked about results.
It should be available next to the glucosamine/chondroitin supplements. It has been shown to help joints and connective tissue. As with all of these joint supplements, I would try one at a time for about six months, then go off of it. If you notice a difference in pain in any of your joints, the supplement may have been helping.
Or you can do all supplements at once (glucosamine/chondroitin, SAM-e, MSM). Do them for like six months. Then stop doing only one of them. Use a process of elimination to see which ones work best for you.
goto GNC and pick up triflex its glucosamine chondrotin and msm