RejuvaFlex Arthritis Pain Cream Now Back in Stock

Men and women who are looking for a powerful joint pain cream can now return to and purchase Universal Body Labs patent pending RejuvaFlex pain cream, now that manufacturer has replenished stock that was temporarily sold out due to greater-than-expected levels of demand.

Universal Body Labs patent pending RejuvaFlex is the most powerful joint pain available without a prescription, and is guaranteed to help men and women live their daily lives pain free or they can receive their money back. Its special formulation was developed through over 120 scientific studies, and contains a powerful combination of essential oils, DMSO and Hemp Oil to effectively turn off the bodies pain switch.

What makes RejuvaFlex Pain Cream so different from other pain creams and why it is so popular and well-reviewed — is that attacks the problem of joint pain and muscle aches in two ways, commented a spokesperson from Universal Body Labs.  First it uses DMSO to penetrate the affected area to deliver inflammation fighting ingredients where it is needed most.  Most users felt a release of pain within the first 47 seconds. Second, it provides a proprietary formulation of essential oils and CBD that have been clinically proven to lessen the effects of arthritis, joint pain and muscle aches, which is a welcome change from having limited mobility due to pain.  Delivered in a roll-on, these two factors combine to create a guaranteed joint pain relieving solution that is helping people who have been struggling with joint and muscle pain and allowing them to return to their active lives.

Universal Body Labs’ patent pending RejuvaFlex pain is available for purchase from at Each 3 ounce bottle sells for $19.99, which is 34% off the list price of$29.99.

For a limited time, new customers can use the RejuvaFlex coupon code of REJUVAPAIN for a 25% discount when checking out on Amazon.

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Best foods for increasing low testosterone

People with low testosterone may be able to raise their levels by eating certain foods, such as ginger, fatty fish, and some vegetables.

Testosterone is a male sex hormone that plays a role in fertility, sexual function, bone health, and muscle mass.

A person’s testosterone level will fall naturally with age — by 1 to 2 percent per year — but some medical conditions, lifestyle choices, and other factors can influence the amount of this hormone in the body.

Males with severe zinc deficiency may develop hypogonadism, in which the body does not produce enough testosterone. They may also experience impotence or delayed sexual maturation.

People can also find the mineral in:

  • other shellfish
  • red meat
  • poultry
  • beans
  • nuts

It is important to note that zinc and copper compete for absorption. Take care when choosing supplements to avoid consuming too much of either mineral.

Some medical treatments can raise low testosterone levels, especially in younger men, but a person can also encourage the body to produce more by making some changes to the diet and lifestyle.

People have used ginger for medicinal and culinary purposes for centuries. Modern research indicates that this root may improve fertility in men.

According to the findings of a 2012 study, taking a daily ginger supplement for 3 months increased testosterone levels by 17.7 percent in a group of 75 adult male participants with fertility issues. The authors suggested that ginger may also improve sperm health in other ways.

Authors of a study from 2013 report that ginger increased testosterone and antioxidant levels in a diabetic rat model in just 30 days.

The pomegranate is an age-old symbol of fertility and sexual function, and its antioxidant levels may support heart health and stress reduction.

Also, results of a study from 2012 indicate that pomegranate may boost testosterone levels in men and women. Sixty healthy participants drank pure pomegranate juice for 14 days, and researchers tested the levels of testosterone in their saliva three times a day.

At the end of the study period, both male and female participants displayed an average 24 percent increase in salivary testosterone levels. They also experienced improvements in mood and blood pressure.

Vegetables such as spinach, Swiss chard, and kale are rich in magnesium, a mineral that may increase the body’s level of testosterone.

Authors of a study from 2011 found that taking magnesium supplements for 4 weeks prompted an increase in testosterone levels of sedentary participants and those who were athletes. The testosterone increases were greater, however, in the active participants.

Other good dietary sources of magnesium are: