FAQ

What is CetylMax™?

CetylMax’s primary nutrient driver is made up of Cetylated Fatty Acids (CFA) which are bound in a matrix of fatty acid carbons which has been designed to achieve maximum strength and mobility. CFA has been studied for its anti-inflammatory properties. These anti-inflammatory properties have been proven to improve the quality of life for the almost everyone who has used the supplement. CFA, in its topical analgesic cream form contains all-natural ingredients which have been medically and clinically proven to reduce inflammation and pain with no side effects.

How is CetylMax™ taken?

Currently, CetylMax™ is offered in both tablet and topical analgesic cream forms. The tablets contain the recommended dosages for both Cetylated Fatty Acids and Glucosamine. While CFA’s reduce inflammation at the cellular level, Glucosamine works within the joint and helps rebuild healthy joint tissue — addressing joint problems in two separate, yet beneficial ways.

Can it help me?

If you suffer from osteoarthritis, joint stiffness, excessive bruising, gingivitis, gout, lupus, muscle soreness, or even psoriasis, CetylMax™ may very well help you.

Is it safe for children?

As there are no known side-effects from the use of CetylMax™ — it is safe for any age. Tablets should not be administered to children under 12 years of age due to risk of choking.

How long should I take CetylMax™?

Like any joint supplement, one should continue to take it for lasting mobility. In studies, patients saw the most change after 45-60 days of continued use of CFA.

Can I cut the tablets into smaller portions?

Yes, it will not change its effectiveness. Just keep in mind that you should take the entire recommended daily dosage.

If I am allergic to shellfish, can I take CetylMax™?

If you’re allergic to shellfish, you should not take CetylMax™ tablets, as they contain Glucosamine, an ingredient derived from shellfish. However, there is no Glucosamine found in the topical analgesic cream formula.

Care to read more about CetylMax™ CFA?

See our CFA Clinical Studies here. CFA has been carefully studied, and that clinical research has been published publicly in such places as The Journal of Rheumatology (August 2003) and the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2005).

If I have gingivitis, how do I take CetylMax™?

In oral tablet form only, the cream is made for external use only.

I have Psoriasis, how do I treat that?

Both tablets and cream, applied regularly. You may also want to consider using other CetylMax™ cream products.

How do I take CetylMax™ for gout, osteoarthritis, muscle soreness, joint stiffness, or lupus?

Both the tablet and cream forms will help, especially when used in conjunction with each.

Is it safe to use if I’m on a pharmaceutical drug?

Yes, and while a pharmaceutical drug will actually mask your symptoms, CetylMax™ actually lubricates and works to regenerate healthy joint tissue. You may eventually realize that you don’t need your pharmaceutical, but you should always consult your physician before stopping use of any drug. CetylMax™ is a natural homeopathic alternative.

Does CetylMax™ have any side effects?

There are no known side effects with millions of tablets already distributed. It’s just like Vitamin C, something your body needs for overall health and cell production.

Is it safe to use when pregnant or nursing?

Although there are no known side-effects, you should always consult with your physician before starting any supplementation when pregnant or nursing.

If I’m vegetarian, should I use CetylMax™?

CetylMax™ is made from bovine byproducts. If you do not use or consume animal byproducts, it is not the product for you.

What if I have other questions?

If you have other questions, please call our customer service center at (800) 584-2332.