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Posted: 2011-12-12 by    still in pain


Complaint Rating:  50 % with 20 votes
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Nopalea is marketed as a natural pain reliever that also reduces swelling in joints and muscles, but anybody who makes these claims is LYING! Nopalea is marketed as being a miracle drink that solves almost every problem and those types of products that seem too good to be true ARE too good to be true. There are no scientific studies or medical reviews that show that Nopalea does anything to improve your help. We know that Nopalea is good for you, but that's no different than saying that grapes are good for you, and you don't see people advertising grapes as a miracle cure! In the end it's a marketing ploy where people make up a bunch of health benefits to try to sell you a product. In this case this is especially obvious because Nopalea is being sold as a MLM product, which means that the people at the top are making tons of money off the people below trying to sell a product that doesn't work.

Nopalea is probably reasonably healthy for you, but it doesn't do anything like what is being advertises. It doesn't prevent joint and muscle pain, it doesn't 'detoxify' you (there really is no such thing), and it doesn't do anything major to improve your fatigue. Don't get scammed into believing that Nopalea is a miracle drink and don't fall for the MLM aspect of Nopalea either, it just is not worth it, so you should definitely avoid them. If you talk to your doctor and mention Nopalea they are not going to recommend it, and probably haven't heard of it, because it's the equivalent of selling snake oil. If you truly do have problems that Nopalea 'pretends' to cure, ask your doctor for suggestions!
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