According to the Genacol Pain Relief reviews posted by customers, it has really been great. Many were thrilled as this fixed their joint pain and stiffness in full. Others were happy that it improved their bad joint range motion. Whereas others more simply note that this has been life-changing and that they are completely in love with this product.
So, in this Genacol Pain Relief review, we will analyze and study the supplement in its utmost entirety.
Hence, the idea is to be no extension of the manufacturer’s marketing or other BS. This is all going to be about what I feel is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And we’ll do that in assessing for marketing, ingredients, side effects (additives), customer feedback, and pricing. We’ll do it the truth-seeking way.
Marketing | Joints & Mobility Are Its Primary Undertaking
According to the manufacturer, the Genacol Pain Relief, also known as the Genacol Joint & Mobility (its name on the US market), “is the combination of AminoLock Collagen and Natural Soluble Eggshell Membrane.” Per their words, “these two ingredients work together to relieve joint pain associated with osteoarthritis, to reduce inflammation and improve joint mobility.” So, it sounds awesome [R].
And I think that kind of fully encompasses what the supplement is truly about. Meaning, it’s basically much like the Genacol Collagen (review), only augmented with that Eggshell Membrane to bring more joint pain removing and healing aspects to the table. Yeah, it’s all about those joints.
Overall, I would say that the product page is a very collected one; it’s well-structured. It doesn’t overwhelm us with information, as well as it’s far from heavy marketing like we’ve seen with Organixx Clean Sourced Collagens (review).
Speaking of marketing, there isn’t much that they use. I mean, sure, they’ve got a Genacol Pain Relief review section which is unnaturally positive. But that’s about it. They don’t promise free shipping or discounts if we subscribe. They are really back that way.
As for any free-of claims, they claim Non-GMO (which is IGEN certified) and Gluten-Free [R].
So, all in all, the Genacol Pain Relief sounds pretty awesome; it’s really nice and promising. But is it actually worthy of being the #1 selling joint care supplement in Canada? Can it actually make joint pain go away in just 5 days?
Ingredients | Both Core Ingredients Are Great & Supported In Studies
There are many ways Collagen supplements can be done. One of the most popular ones for this category is powders, like the Alaya Multi Collagen (review). Another popular way to do it is with capsules, like in the RejuviCare Super Collagen (review). And the supplement of this review follows that approach.
So, per serving (three capsules), the Genacol Pain Relief offers 1,200 milligrams of bovine-sourced AminoLock Collagen and 450 milligrams of Chicken Eggshell Membrane. Here’s to elaborate on what this means.
AminoLock Collagen is a patent-pending Collagen formulation that’s proven to be very effective in fighting joint-related pain. And the best part about it is that we don’t just have to take their word for it. There are three high-quality, gold-standard studies that prove exactly this notion. And with that in mind, I’m quite positive that this can actually outdo a number of Collagen powders like Doctor’s Best Collagen (review) and Spring Valley Collagen Peptides (review) despite the relatively low amounts [R, R, R, R].
Meaning, with this patented formulation, we do not need at least 10 grams of it for a chance at the full range of benefits. Furthermore, the Collagen in this is also Grass-Fed and Pasture-Raised which just speaks to quality (and more gains) [R, R, R, R].
So, to that end, while it may be proven to be great with joint health specifically, it doesn’t remove its other, inherent Collagen capabilities. These mean gains like better skin, hair, and nail health, stronger teeth, and bones, improved blood sugar regulation, metabolism, muscle health, and (to an extent) sleep, as well as profound anti-aging properties among some other stuff [R, R, R, R, R].
Now, as for that second ingredient, Chicken Eggshell Membrane can also be truly helpful. This is what has been proven in studies to help battle osteoarthritis, help reduce pain, and improve joint health. While these are the primary benefits, it also can provide anti-inflammatory properties, reduce swelling in joints, help treat gastrointestinal and periodontal disorders and diseases, and help tissue healing [R, R, R, R, R, R].
So, in terms of ingredients, it’s superb. But as far as the quality of manufacturing, I’m not genuinely sure. Because they don’t really go that deep on that on their website. I mean, they do, generally, mention that they pursue quality but they exactly explicitly state that they do in-house testing. Which they probably are but I’m just saying. They certainly are not doing third-party testing which would be the highest standard [R].
Side Effects | Additives Bring No Worries & Just Quality In This
Side effects are the product of additives. Whereas there are many, many supplements out there that struggle with the idea of harmless additives. Applied Nutrition Liquid Collagen (review) and Nature Made TripleFlex Original (review) are just some of the examples of how we don’t want them to be. But there are so many more. And a plethora of ingredients that can, especially in the long term, be quite devastating [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Luckily, with the Genacol Pain Relief, it’s not what it is defined by. That said, I still wouldn’t call it all smooth sailing.
The product uses three different inactive ingredients. There’s Gelatin, which is basically much like Collagen only prepared differently but still, remarkably beneficial overall. Then, there’s Cellulose which is a substance often used in studies for the placebo pills and in of itself is one of the safest, most harmless ingredients there is [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].
Finally, there’s the Vegetable Magnesium Stearate which is the all-responsible for that rough sailing.
However, that’s extremely superficial. Personally, I’ve spent tens of hours researching this single ingredient alone. And what I feel is the truth is not what almost all of the internet proclaims. I mean, I have to agree with the minority of high-profile health professionals. It’s a huge misunderstanding stemming from a single misinterpreted study. And so, I’m confident this is actually another incredibly safe additive [R, R, R, R, R].
This in turn means that the Genacol Pain Relief has been very wise in choosing the inactive stuff. Which is always awesome to note about any supplement. And it just means that there’s basically no real risk of side effects.
Reviews | The Pain Relief Has Plenty Of Great Customer Reviews
Going a bit further than the rather theoretical aspects of all ingredients, we have customer reviews. This section is about doing some profound research on all that is available online. This is in an effort to assess how well (or bad) it is performing in real life.
Typically, I feel people first look at what kind of customer feedback is available on the product’s page. Meaning, in this case, it would be looking at the 75 total Genacol Pain Relief reviews. But that wouldn’t be very truth-oriented.
Because as evident by supplements like the Skinny Fit Super Youth (review) or the Nutra Organics Collagen (review), these sections are often very, very positive. They are so positive, in fact, that they are almost never congruent with what third-party sites have to say.
And so, given that the on-page reviews are likely edited, adjusted, deleted to fit the marketing needs of any supplement better, they are very useless to us if we seek the truth. So, I did the research.
In total, I managed to find 229 Genacol Pain Relief reviews. Of these, 194 were positive (three-star, four-star, five-star) and 35 were negative (one-star, two-star). Hence, the global success rate for this is 84.7%. Which is fine. But it’s definitely not the highest.
Still, I don’t think that matters here. It has solid research behind it. And thus, the way I see it, just because a few people weren’t happy, doesn’t mean that the product doesn’t work or it is bad. Moreover, there are many reasons for negative reviews absolutely unrelated to the efficiency of the product, like delivery and packaging, and whatnot.
Here’s a thought to emphasize this same point even more. The Genacol Collagen (review) is the original version of the supplement. Meaning, it is a product exactly like this one but without the Chicken Eggshell Membrane. And yet, it has a global success rate of 93.9%.
It’s, essentially, impossible that when all we do is add one extra beneficial ingredient, we get a worse product. It doesn’t happen that way.
Yes, the supplement of this review has a bit worse customer feedback. But as I said, it doesn’t matter. The research is there. The original product is hugely loved.
Pricing | Price Is Not The Best But It’s Not The Worst Either
While I looked at the Genacol Pain Relief reviews, I didn’t really see a review that complained about the pricing on this supplement. Would this imply that it’s good price-for-value? Let’s do the math.
So, per container (90 capsules), the supplement of this review holds 30 servings. It typically costs 24.99 USD. That’s 83.3 cents for every 1.2 grams of AminoLock Collagen. But here’s the tricky part with that.
To my knowledge, there are no other Collagen supplements that use AminoLock Collagen. Hence, the comparison we’ll have to do by means of efficiency. And, for the sake of that, I would say that we should assume that this, is as efficient as 10 grams of Collagen powder (by benefits it does seem that way).
So, here’s how it compares to something like the Orgain Collagen Peptides (review).
This offers bovine, Grass-Fed, Pasture-Raised Collagen. It is also not third-party tested. It doesn’t use additives. But it doesn’t add anything else on top of Collagen either. So, Genacol Pain Relief has the Chicken Eggshell Membrane advantage.
The Orgain costs 50.0 cents for every 10 grams of Collagen. So, it’s some 40% cheaper. But Orgain Collagen is not specifically tested in various studies. The one in the supplement of this review is. So, I could definitely make an argument for either.
Whereas if we throw Genacol against other supplements that offer Collagen in capsules unless it’s also a patented version of things, it’s bound to be less effective. For example, the Nature’s Life Marine Collagen (review) costs $3.38 for every 10 grams of Collagen and PureNature Collagen Ultra (review) costs $7.33 per that metric.
Without going into too much detail, I do think that Genacol versus these come on top.
Overall | It’s A Very Decent Product & I Would Buy It
Ultimately, I think that it doesn’t really matter if the Genacol Pain Relief (aka Genacol Joint & Mobility) delivers in 5 days or not. It matters that it delivers at all and helps people get their joints better. And as far as I can tell, it should be the case 100%.
I mean, for negatives, the success rate is not that great. But we covered why that is not important. And then, another thing is that they don’t do third-party testing for end-products. And another one would be the fact that its Collagen is not promised to be Hormone-Free.
As for positives, that’s everything else. It has some, generally, great beneficial ingredients. It uses the safest of additives that are of no real concern for side effects. And the pricing seems to be decent as well.
Thus, (out of avoid it, consider it, shortlist it, buy it) I believe that it’s fine to just go ahead and buy this one, especially if you’re reeking of joint pain and want something in capsules rather than a powder product. And I definitely give it credit for being studied.
But if you do decide at some point that you could try a powdered product, here’s my absolute favorite one (review). It’s also third-party tested and everything.
Above all, I hope this Genacol Pain Relief review helped you find the information you were looking for. If you have any thoughts or questions, I’m all here for you. And do feel free to leave your own personal reviews on the product as well.