In the world of neuropathy medicine, a product that has been making rounds is Nervestra.
The product is brought to you by Rejuvica Health. It promises to ease neuropathic pain by promoting nerve health in the body.
Since the supplement is in liquid format, the company claims that it will address neuropathy issues in a better way.
I found out that there’s a money-back guarantee incase people don’t get the results they expected. For such supplements, this is extremely important, so I decided to try it and find out what the hype is all about.
If you are wondering whether this neuropathy supplement is as effective as Rejuvica is claiming, then keep on reading.
In this review, I will cover a little history about Nervestra, proceed to the ingredients and what benefits it offers, list a few reviews and discuss customer complaints, their money back guarantees, dosage, where you can buy it and my final take on the product. You can then make your decision about whether this product is right for you or not.
Nervestra is a neuropathy supplement that is designed to help people who suffer from nerve damage.
Its manufacturer describes the product as “all-natural” with a “complex remedy”, which promises the following three things:
Founded by Kyle Dilger on 28th March 2014 in California, Rejuvica, LLC is the manufacturer.
The Better Business Bureau has given the company an A- rating and it holds a good image according to the standards of California Secretary of State.
The product boasts about a strategic advantage that since Nervestra and other such products are made in the US, they are manufactured by highly experienced and competent professionals.
These professionals are hard at work doing research on how to formulate proprietary blends for products, in order to come up with complementary, pure and natural substances.
The mission of Rejuvica is to provide people with different choices that will help them make better decisions about their health. While some of the products are accompanied by a few serious side effects, the company is committed to providing supplements that meet the high standards of “safety, potency, and consistency”.
Nervestra is in liquid form, which increases the rate of absorption. This supposedly means that the ingredients work faster and the results are better.
The ingredients in this supplement target the connection that carries signals from the nerves to the other body parts such as the hands and feet. These ingredients specifically and promote a pain-free environment.
The herbs in the formula counter symptoms of neuropathy pain and the four main ingredients: turmeric, omega fatty acids, alpha Lipoic acid and Spirulina work collectively and target different neuropathic pain triggers.
You can take a ¼ teaspoon 1 to 3 times every day. It can be mixed with water or you can take it straight. Do not mix it in soda.
Following is a list of some of the most important ingredients that Nervestra contains:
So far, there have been no reports of side effects except for the occasional mention of stomach cramps, digestive upset (the most common) and nausea in the reviews. However, some of the ingredients do pose certain side effects such as the white willow bark might cause stomach bleeding and vomiting. Even these are rare.
Most of the complaints revolved around the actual percentage of the ingredients. A person who is sensitive to turmeric might experience diarrhea and dizziness. The same falls for passionflower.
The good news is that these side effects are extremely rare. Lastly, the amount of B Vitamins in this supplement is believed to be 13,000 times more than the recommended daily intake. This can also lead to dizziness and diarrhea.
From a 5-star to a 1-star rating, people have mixed reviews about Nervestra. However, many people are in favor of the supplement because they have experienced some sort of relief from it and are willing to give it another try in the long term.
The good news is — Nervestra is available online. An online platform allowed people to rate and review the product. A few people complained about the product’s legitimacy and voiced their concern about its success. I came across a few that take a jab at Rejuvica.
On March 21st, 2017, a customer complained about the formula of the product. Jacquelyn believed that the original formula of Nervestra that contained Devil’s Claw and Willow Bark was more effective.
She also complained about the supplements price that even though it has increased, the current ingredients do not offer any pain relief. This probably means that she received a fake bottle from another source.
On November 25th, 2017, Kevin wrote a 1-star scathing review. He claimed that even after using double the dosage, he didn’t experience any kind of improvement in his neuropathy symptoms. He hinted at the supplement being a rip-off and wanted his money back.
Another customer, Connie Steele complained about the taste. She kept it short and simple said that the product did not help her.
On January 15th, 2017, Bruce wrote a 5-star review and said that even though he has been skeptical about such products all his life, he would definitely give it a try again. After his first use, his pain went away completely. He even said that he felt like a different man.
An Amazon customer said that even though Nervestra didn’t fully banish the pain, he experienced a significant change in his diabetic nerve pain. He gave the product a 5-star review and was glad that he gave it a try.
Another customer found great success, claiming that her pain has vanished completely since she started using the product four months ago.
If you head over to Rejuvica, you will see a big headline on their landing page that says, “Our 60 Day Money Back Guarantee Makes Your Order 100% Risk0Free”.The website claims that so far, their refund rate is only 2%. According to the reviews I read, people did get their money back when they had no success with the product.
Rejuvica does recommend that you try the product at least for a month before returning it back. If the product is returned within 60 days, the customer gets his/her full money back. This does seem to work in the company’s favor because those who didn’t experience any results with Nervestra still gave it a 1-star or 2-star rating.
All medicinal products have pros and cons, and Nervestra does too. Here are its positive characteristics:
Based on the review I read so far and the ingredients listed on the bottle, I would recommend trying Nervestra. If you think about it — every medicine has side effects and some prove beneficial, while others don’t.
The mixed reviews show that the side effects are rare and with all-natural ingredients, there’s no harm in trying. The catch here is the price, which is what upsets the people when they do not experience any results. The company is genuine and the product has been approved by the FDA, so our final word is that it is worth a try.
You can get Nervestra from Rejuvica’s website (the original manufacturer). The company offers 3 packages: Mild Pain (1 bottle for 24 days at a discounted price of $44), Moderate Pain (2 bottles for 48 days at a discounted price of $80) and Severe Pain (3 bottles for 72 days at a discounted price of $108).
The website highly recommends the 2nd package as it allows customers to experience the full effects. Even though the same bottle is available on Walmart, Amazon and other such online shopping platforms, I would not recommend purchasing from there. There’s no saying whether the money-back guarantee will be applicable on a purchase that was made from a third party source.