[Minor edit by KNEEguru] ... I'm currently looking people suffering from osteoarthritis to take part in an informal 12-week trial and thought this would be a good place to start.
The product in question (Litozin) has been evaluated in numerous rigorously-conducted, placebo-controlled trials involving hundreds of patients. Results have been consistently positive, with participants reporting a reduction in stiffness, pain and the need for painkillers.
Clinical trials have additionally confirmed a favourable safety and tolerability profile, with no reported side effects, contraindications or interactions with other commonly-used arthritis medication or supplements. The ingredients are simply rose-hip, gelatine and Vitamin C.
Litozin is currently for sale in Boots, Holland & Barrett, most major supermarkets and many independent pharmacists. It retails at £20.42 so is a great opportunity to sample a tried and tested joint pain intervention free of charge. In return, we simply require participants to carry out a brief questionnaire outlining their current level of joint pain, then repeat the process following 12 weeks of continued usage.
If you're interested, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks in advance,