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AgilEase™ is a joint health supplement that’s perfect for those of you who are looking to keep up your active lifestyle by supporting joint mobility and flexibility. Formulated with ingredients that support joint health, AgilEase can reduce acute joint discomfort and support the body’s healthy response to inflammation from exercise.
Take AgilEase to improve joint health or as a preventative measure to protect joint and cartilage health. It is especially beneficial for athletes and active individuals of all ages who want to support their joints and cartilage.
What’s in it?
Key Ingredients: Frankincense resin powder, UC-II collagen, Calcium fructoborate, proprietary essential oil blend of Wintergreen, Copaiba, Clove, and Northern Lights Black Spruce See full ingredient list here in the PDF Product Guide.
When you open your bottle of AgilEase, you’ll enjoy the slightly minty scent of the capsules. Swallowing the small capsule is easy and leaves no aftertaste.
- Q. Does AgilEase need to be taken daily or as needed? How soon can I expect results from AgilEase and what should I expect?
- A. AgilEase is designed with ingredients that deliver results within the first few weeks of beginning a daily regimen and other ingredients that will take longer to take effect but will continue to increase in benefit the longer you use it. Best results are found when taken continuously at least for 6 weeks. You can expect to experience relief from acute joint discomfort and a healthier response to inflammation during exercise, allowing you to enjoy better flexibility and mobility.
- Q. How is AgilEase different from similar competitors’ products?
- A. The primary difference between AgilEase and competitors’ products is the inclusion of Sacred Frankincense resin powder from Young Living’s Oman Farm, hyaluronic acid, and calcium fructoborate. Additionally, our competitors do not offer UC-II undenatured collagen in their joint supplements.
This is not a product I have tried yet, I am looking into it more and deciding if it would be right for me. I do experience joint pain and have begun exercising more recently, so this is something I am definitely looking at!