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Cute! Ouch. Bunnies, penguins & wallaroos get arthritis too.

Cute! Ouch. Bunnies, penguins & wallaroos get arthritis too.

Arthritis isn’t just a problem for 50 million human arthritis sufferers in the U.S.

Bunnies, penguins and wallaroos get arthritis too, Seattle radio station KUOW finds. They just have no words to ask for 4Jointz®—and applying it with paws or flippers is no easy task.

“Animals! They’re just like us,” Ruby De Luna says. “They, too, are getting older and have joint pain or soft tissue injuries.”

Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo provides arthritis care and rehabilitation for geriatric animals. One wallaroo there had back issues and couldn’t walk but after treatment was able to hop again. A penguin named Mr. Sea got laser treatment.

4Jointz is a revolutionary new osteoarthritis treatment for humans (sorry, Mr. Sea). Like the wallaroo, it comes from Down Under.

Find out more about this breakthrough in arthritis treatment at 4Jointz.com. Get early delivery and special offers at our Indiegogo launch page.

Who is 4Jointz? A new blog post from Freelancer tells the story

Who is 4Jointz? A new blog post from Freelancer tells the story

As detailed in a Freelancer.com blog post, the preparation of the launch of 4Jointz® necessitated collaboration in marketing, advertising, design and more. CEO Andrew Loch used a diverse, globally-based group of specialists in various fields to assist in different aspects of the business.

“We are an entrepreneurial team passionate about bringing the benefits of 4Jointz to the millions of people suffering from arthritis,” Loch said. “Developing and launching an over-the-counter drug like 4Jointz into the global market poses many challenges,” he noted, and using freelancers has made it easier.

Loch chose to hire freelancers because of the affordability and talent they offer. The freelancer he hired for designing 4Jointz’s packaging was an Argentina-based freelancer named Ana Maria who specialized in graphic design. A Russian designer named Sergey was tasked to render 3D images of the finished product.

Founder Persis Anderson and Loch and Arthritis Relief Plus are based in Australia, but the 4Jointz launch team is based at RocketSpace, in San Francisco, and 4Jointz works with professionals across the United States.

Find out more about this breakthrough in arthritis treatment at 4Jointz.com. Get early delivery and special offers at our Indiegogo launch page.

Whatever happened to authenticity?

Whatever happened to authenticity?

In recent days, people are scrutinizing “fake news” websites, which pass off phony content as truth. Things like this could be why Gallup polls earlier this year found American confidence in U.S. institutions and mass media at all-time lows.

Whatever happened to authenticity, to credibility?

At 4Jointz®, our approach to relieving osteoarthritis and joint pain has always been rooted in real, long-term relief from pain and stiffness—not some “miracle” drug or “magic” pill.

The patented Acteev® technology in 4Jointz is made from allantoin (the active ingredient in comfrey), tannic acid and eucalyptus oil. This formula has successfully undergone several independent trials, including an ACR (American College of Rheumatology) compliant, robust Phase III Double blind placebo controlled trial. Each study has reinforced the safety and efficacy of the product in reducing pain and intake of pain mediciation like acetaminophen—and increasing flexibility and mobility in joints affected by osteoarthritis.

Many currently available topical and oral products for osteoarthritis enter the bloodstream, where they can cause side effects. The Phase III trial showed that 4Jointz did not have any adverse effect on normal blood parameters (electrolytes, liver function) over the 3-month period of the clinical trial..

In other words: 4Jointz is real. We like to say it’s made by nature and backed by science. That authenticity is shown in the community of people who have benefitted from it, viewable at 4Jointz.com.

Get early delivery and special offers at our Indiegogo launch page.