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Side Effects of Celadrin

Updated July 19, 2017

Celadrin is an all-natural ingredient used to improve range of motion and restore joint health. Celadrin promotes flexibility and mobility by enhancing cell membranes and restoring fluid surrounding the bones and joints.

How it Works

As people get older, they may begin to experience pain and stiffness in the joints. Joint pain can also be caused by various injuries from sports and car accidents. Stiff joints can be bothersome and affect a person's quality of life. The fatty acids that make up Celadrin work by lubricating the joints and reducing inflammation. The result is less joint stiffness and pain.

Side Effects

There are no known side effects of Celadrin. Although it has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, it is considered safe. According to Joint Product Reviews, the results of several clinical trials suggest that Celadrin enhances flexibility and mobility of joints without causing any ill side effects.

Benefits

Celadrin is available over-the-counter as either a topical cream or an oral soft gel. According to Celadrin.com, it has been proven to work six times faster and is six times more effective than competing products, including Glucosamine and Chondroitin. Celadrin cream has been clinically proven to help relieve pain caused by backaches, arthritis, strains, sprains and bruises. Celadrin works in the short term by reducing inflammation to increase range of motion.

Ingredients

Celadrin is comprised of a blend of complex fatty acids taken from bovine tallow oil. The complete list of ingredients is not available.

How to Use Celadrin

The recommended dose of Celadrin is one tablet three times a day. Take it on an empty stomach. If you miss a dose of Celadrin, do not double up on the next dose. Celadrin should be stored at room temperature and should be kept away from heat, moisture and light. Keep away from children and pets.

Celadrin can also be used as a topical cream. Apply directly on achy joints no more than three or four times a day. Celadrin is not intended for children younger than 2 years old.

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Sarah O’Hara has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, San Diego in communication. Upon graduating from UCSD, she worked at the San Diego Metropolitan Magazine for three years as a publishing associate before moving on to become the content manager of CMTM, Inc., a leading internet marketing company. Her industries of focus include the legal and plastic surgery industries.