Megajoint 4X Quadruple Joint Relief Formula


There’s not really much I can say about this product but there are several things that kind of stand out to me. One of the things that really stand out to me is the reviews that I’ve seen about this product on Amazon. If you aren’t familiar with Amazon’s review process is pretty straightforward, there are two types of reviews that you can get on Amazon. One is verified, meaning Amazon has verified that this person actually purchased the product and the second option is not verified meaning Amazon does not think the person actually purchase the product and is simply leaving a review.

The problem with the second option is that you can literally create fake accounts to leave reviews on your own product. If you browse to Amazon a look at any reputable product, you’ll see that there is a majority of verified reviews. When you see a bunch of reviews and none of which are verified this lets you know that the company is probably purchasing fake reviews from a third-party. This is not guaranteed but this is highly likely because the way Amazon’s algorithm is designed. Amazon likes when products have lots of reviews especially positive reviews. This lets Amazon know that your product is in demand and therefore they will show it higher in their internal search engine.

The problem with this is that there are people that come along and they could possibly do things such as purchase fake reviews so that people come across their product more often which leads to more sales. In my honest opinion this is an okay practice as long as the product actually works and does what it says but the downside is that there is no way to verify this so this system could essentially be abused by anyone with malicious intentions. So this is just one thing I think anyone who is considering to purchase this product keep in mind.

The second thing I really don’t like about this product is that they claim to do so many things such as provide Daily Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM, and Collagen. This product comes in pill form and like I illustrated in my last article there’s only so many ingredients you can actually stuffing to a pill. So unless these capsules are freakishly large what’s probably happening is you’re not getting a significant amount of any of the listed properties. For example, the recommended dosage for MSM sulfur is two spoons a day. One spoon alone would be able to fill an ordinary capsule let alone 2 so when I see products that claim to have all these different ingredients it makes you wonder how much of each is really inside those pills.

Your best bet is to purchase these ingredients separately because by definition you’ll see better results due to you taking a larger intake of each nutrient as opposed to having a little bit of each stuffed into a capsule. As a matter of fact, one of the Amazon reviewers said that they didn’t see any difference by using this product which comes as no surprise to me because that is the problem many people face when they use pills that claim to contain a lot of ingredients.