Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What conditions will Rejoint help?
A: Rejoint is designed to address intermittent pain. Intermittent pain can come from overuse of joints, muscles, or back. It can arise from illness or medical conditions. Rejoint supports the normal functioning of joints, muscles, and backs.  Check with your doctor to be sure you are a candidate for Rejoint. 

Q: How often should I take Rejoint?
A: Rejoint is most effective when you take two capsules twice a day with water and a meal. However, many patients find that over time that they can reduce to two capsules per day and continue to get relief.

Q: What is the dosage?
A: We recommend that you begin Dr H Rejoint with 2 capsules twice per day (taken in the middle of breakfast and in the middle of dinner). This is the loading dose, and should be continued until your first bottle is complete. At that point, some people are able to reduce the dose by 1-2 capsules per day, yet still maintain full relief of their discomfort. Other people find they simply do best with the full dose of 2 capsules twice per day, with meals. Still others are able to take Dr H Rejoint as needed.

Q: How soon can I expect to experience relief from my intermittent pain?
A:  Many people experience relief shortly after taking Rejoint. Others begin to feel better after two to five days. Results will vary from person to person.

Q: Will using Rejoint affect other medications I may be taking?
A: First, check with your health-care provider before taking any herbal or natural supplement to be sure you are a candidate for it. Rejoint is a natural, herbal supplement. The blend of ingredients was developed to address intermittent pain while minimizing effects on other medications. If you are on blood pressure medication, Rejoint needs to be taken under a doctor’s supervision, since it can lower blood pressures, causing dizziness. If you have intestinal problems, are pregnant or nursing, do not take Rejoint.

Q: Are there any negative side effects?
A: The historical record and modern research indicate that the herbs most often used for healthcare have an exceptional safety record. However adverse events can occur after using any active substance. Side effects that have occasionally been reported after using herbs include headaches, skin rashes, and digestive upset. Such effects generally resolve rapidly, especially if the dosage is reduced or the herb is stopped. Allergic reactions are also very rare but have been reported, usually in individuals with contact allergy to specific plants. As always, in the event of an adverse reaction stop the supplement immediately and contact your physician. 

Q: What if I don’t notice any improvement?
A: If you don’t notice any improvement after 2 weeks, then it’s quite likely that your pain is caused by something Rejoint does not address. Or, you may not be absorbing it. You can try taking Rejoint on an empty stomach or with a fatty food such as peanut butter or fish oil. Make sure to drink plenty of water when you take Rejoint.