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  • Canterflex vs technyflex
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    07-23-2012, 07:41 PM
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Yearling
Technyflex vs canterflex

Has anyone used canter flex yet?

Prin has been on technyflex for 2 years and due to money issues she didn't have any for 2 weeks. Last time that happens! She was REALLY feelin her arthritis.

We got a postcard in the mail promoting Canterflex it has the same main ingredient, green lipped mussels but is $20 cheaper then the massive discount we get tf for. Normally about 250 we pay 200. On the Canterflex post code was an offer for $20 off so it's $40 cheaper.

Anyone used it? Or other arthritis supplements? $160 will last just over 100 days.
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    07-24-2012, 01:36 AM
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Foal
Canterflex

We import Canterflex and have it manufactured for us, we sent you the postcard. We went to huge lengths when the product was being made to ensure it is the same high quality as Technyflex. Canterflex is made from green lipped mussels from the same farms and comes from the same factory as Tecnyflex. The same processing methods are used for both. Infact we had to prove to the APVMA ( the government regulators) that it was exactly the same in order to get it registered. Canterflex even has the same 0.2% peppermint oil for palatability. We are able to keep the price reasonable as we own the product, we're not resellers.
I hope that helps.
Darren
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