I've loved running since childhood - all kinds of tournaments, competitions, I've run a marathon several times, but as I got older, this hobby became noticeable. I kept running every day, putting a lot of stress on my joints. As a result, I had joint pain for several years and thought I couldn't run anymore! During this time, of course, I tried different remedies, but none of them achieved the desired result. And recently, some friends who were treating their 10-year-old daughter after a fracture advised Flekosteel gel against joint and back pain. At first I didn't want to do anything about it but they had real experience with it and insisted on it so I still bought this gel.
My friends who recommended Flekosteel to me somehow received the package through other friends, but I just found the official Flekosteel website on the internet and ordered from there. You can probably buy it elsewhere, but no fake will come from the official website.
Incidentally, this gel is not counted as a medication. Thank goodness getting a prescription and going to hospitals wasn't a problem - they mailed it out with no questions asked.
Indeed of all diseases and side effects and injuries related to joints and back. These include osteochondrosis, arthritis, radiculitis, scoliosis, and many more. I only had painful sensations from overloading the joints.
I've read the composition for a long time (I think that's an important point), but apart from various oils, herbs and extracts, I haven't found anything. In this regard it is also a huge plus for the manufacturer as it is immediately apparent that the product is natural, safe and without a bunch of chemicals as it is now accepted.
The family I learned about the gel bought it to recover from an injury - my daughter fell on the playground and broke her leg. The fracture was difficult and the doctors advised an effective preventive measure. Flekosteel gave good results already at the stage of recovery - when they came to the hospital for another visit, the doctor was surprised that the change went much faster.
I also read how to use this tool on the internet, even though there was an instruction in the package itself.
The main thing I remember when using all types of joint products is that they can't be rubbed into the skin too hard. The first time, when I didn't know, the skin itched or began to hurt after rubbing it in. That is why it is better to apply the gel on the problem area and let it sit for half an hour until it is absorbed. It is important to be in one position at the same time, not to get up, not to run, otherwise there will be little result.
I was treated this way for a month and a half - I applied the gel 2-3 times a day, mostly in the morning before work and in the late afternoon when it was time to rest.
Even when I smeared gel on my joints for the first time, after about 15 minutes it got a lot easier - the strong tension began to gradually go away, and I saw the skin color gradually change, there was a slight swelling - andthey began to subside. After a couple of weeks I started walking again and increased the load. All symptoms have almost completely disappeared, but I began to be more conscious of the situation - I don't load my legs a lot, I take breaks between runs. Although there is no critical need now, I bought a few more packs of gel - I will use it from time to time for prevention.