Scivation Flexatril: Pain-Targeted Joint Supplement

Scivation Flexatril

Flexatril is an exciting and unique new joint supplement from Scivation that eliminates joint pain and discomfort.

Get ready, because the beta testers have been raving about this one…

How many times have you gone to do your warm up sets of squats and no matter how light you go, your knee just aches?

If you can’t remember a time when some joint didn’t feel off, irritated, or inflamed, it’s time to look at the latest generation of joint supplements before you decide to throw in the towel on hardcore training.

After months in development and testing, Scivation has developed the solution to all your aches and pains. Flexatril is a brand new joint supplement from the brand known as the leader in the BCAA market.

Flexatril marks the third product in the wave of new and unique joint supplements. We’ve had great success with SNS Joint Support XT, but Flexatril seems far different and is getting rave beta tester reviews.

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Flexatril Ingredients

Flexatril maintains a lean profile that uses three patented, clinically proven ingredients all intended to help increase joint mobility and mitigate any joint discomfort. Unfortunately, the label is proprietary so we don’t know exactly how much of each ingredient we’re getting.

  • MicroLactin

    Scivation Flexatril Ingredients

    Flextaril uses several patented ingredients to compile a rather unique profile for a joint supplement.

    MicroLactin is a patented type of milk obtained from lactating cows who were given immunostimulants. Developed by Stolle Milk Biologics, Inc., MicroLactin is similar to regular milk protein concentrations, but with a significantly higher Immunoglobulin G (IgG) relative to standard milk protein concentrates.

    Clinical trials using MicroLactin found that it reduced minor pain associated with osteoarthritis of the knee[1], as well as improved symptoms of stiffness and mobility.[2]

    These studies used doses between 4g and 9g of microlactin, which isn’t what you’ll be getting in one serving of Flexatril, but you should still see some noticeable improvements in joint articulation and comfort. We just can’t guarantee the same results as those studies.

  • AyuFlex Chebulic Myrobalan

    This, in our opinions, is the key ingredient, and the one that all of the beta testers have been “feeling” (or helping them not feel as much joint pain):

    Terminalia Chebula, also known as Haritaki, is a tree indigenous to Southeast Asia, found predominantly in India, China, and Vietnam whose fruit is ripe with compounds known to exert powerful anti inflammatory and antioxidative effects in the body.

    Research shows that extracts of this fruit have a powerful and reactive oxygen species scavenging activity, which basically means once ingested it gets to work removing hazardous free radicals from the body.[3]

    Why is this important?

    The accumulation of free radicals and prolonged oxidative stress put the body in a very inflammatory state, which isn’t ideal for achy joints.

    Additionally, extracts of Terminalia Chebula have been documented to increase pain threshold and tolerance compared to placebo.[4] So even though your joints may still cause pain from time to time, supplementing with Flexatril should go along way to improving your body’s response to the discomfort.

    Because of this, we think this is the reason that beta testers were reporting such great workouts after using Flexatril.

  • Sensoril Ashwagandha

    Scivation Flexatril Sheet

    Say goodbye joint pain and aches once you start using Flexatril

    Sensoril is the well-known patented extract of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), frequently used for its adaptogenic, stress-reducing properties. Ashwagandha is particularly effective at reducing levels of cortisol, a.k.a the “stress hormone”.[5]

    That’s not all though, additional research on the herb suggests it can benefit those with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, human clinical trial found that supplementing with Ashwagandha decreased RA scores as well as tender joint counts, swollen joint counts, and overall joint assessment score.[6]

  • Lactase (125 Active Lactase Units)

    Last, but not least, we have lactase, which may seem strange to include in a joint supplement, but it’s actually quite appropriate. Lactase is an enzyme required by the body to properly digest milk. If you’ve ever had some GI distress and bloating after drinking milk, it’s probably due to a mild lactose-intolerance.

    Since the first ingredient in Flexatril is derived from milk, it stands to reason that including a digestive enzyme will help ease any upset stomachs and ensure your body makes the most of all the joint ingredients contained within each pill.


Scivation Xtend Perform

Don’t forget to check out Scivation Xtend Perform, which has a new form of cordyceps that really has us excited and might just help as a next-generation muscle-building supplement!

Take one serving (3 capsules) of Flexatril with your first meal of the day and be on your way to decreased stiffness and pain free mobility.


This is the most “different” joint supplement we’ve ever seen. If the same old same old doesn’t get it done for you, it’s going to be worth a shot. Our thoughts are that this is going to be targeted towards the people in pain, but we’ll have to see for ourselves with them shoulders.

Joint pain doesn’t affect just the elderly, but anyone who’s ever done long term weight lifting or training hard for sporting events. Repetitive use of any part of your body results in wear and tear that eventually leads to decreased function and increased pain and inflammation. That goes for non-athletes too – day jobs are more repetitive than anything else!

Before you end up on the sidelines with serious joint problems, take some preventative care by investing in a top quality joint formula that will ease the aches and pains and help prevent any future flare ups from occurring.

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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  1. Colker CM, et al; Effects of a milk-based bioactive micronutrient beverage on pain symptoms and activity of adults with osteoarthritis: a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical evaluation . Nutrition. (2002)
  2. The effects of milk protein concentrate on the symptoms of osteoarthritis in adults: an exploratory, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

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