Last week, I mentioned a product called Moxxor.

What is it?

Did they pay me to mention their product?

(No, they did not.)

Shortly after I began treatment with The Neanderthal (my physical therapist), he told me about Moxxor – an extra potent form of Omega 3.

I scoffed.

I suppose I should have known better – never scoff at The Neanderthal because he always seems to be (annoyingly) right.

Personally, I already knew Omega 3 fatty acids are important.   I’ve tried to maintain a diet high in Omega 3.  I’ve also taken Omega 3 supplements regularly in the past.  I felt no difference in my body (or my life) while taking Omega 3 pills.

(By the way, Omega 3 comes from food – it is NOT a drug.)

I hated taking “really big” Omega 3/fish oil pills.  I also hated “fish burps” which inevitably arrived hours after taking them.

(Grode-y to the max, dude!)

I DID like feeling self righteous about my health after taking Omega 3 supplements.

(After all, everyone knows you’re supposed to be taking Omega 3, right?  Omega 3 fatty acids have lots and lots of health benefits.  They’re good for your heart, they have anti-aging properties, they help with mental alertness, etc., etc.   Everyone already knows that, right?)

By the way, I never saw any difference in my pain levels even though Omega 3’s are a natural anti-inflammatory.



But then, one day The Neanderthal told me I would start taking Moxxor.

Skeptical, cynical, me told him I could not afford to start taking a supplement that costs $60 per bottle.

He looked me right in the eye, laughed, and said –

“You, of all people, can’t afford NOT to take them.”

Damn, he’s so sure of himself – !!

Reluctantly, I agreed to try taking them for the course of one bottle.

I had no intention of ever taking them again.

The first thing I noticed, and appreciated, was how TINY the Moxxor pills are compared to typical Omega 3 pills.  (I hate taking pills, and big pills?  Bleh!!)

The next thing I noticed was the pills DO smell fishy, but there’s no fish burp and/or fishy aftertaste once you take them.

I was, due to my high pain levels, also particularly intrigued to learn Moxxor’s anti-inflammatory value is:

•  158 times more effective than fish oil

•  247 times more effective than salmon oil

•  395 times more effective than flax seed oil

Within a few days the intense burning sensation I’ve had in my shoulder for over five years began to noticeably decrease.

Those of you who know my story, know my body is damaged and “ruined” post car accident.

Barring a miracle, I will never have a normally functioning arm or shoulder, or for that matter – entire upper right quadrant of my body.

After 5+ years of fighting it, I’ve accepted I will always live my life in pain.

I also have leaps and bounds (a lifetime?) of physical therapy ahead of me.  (And physical therapy hurts, dammit!)

And yet?

I’m feeling so much LESS pain since I began taking Moxxor.

It’s been, honestly, a miracle for me.

(And yes, The Neanderthal is helping me with the muscular pain surrounding my shoulder.  Moxxor has substantially decreased the intense, burning, pain I’ve had inside my shoulder joint itself since the accident.)

In case you’re curious, a “normal” dose of Moxxor would be two pills each day – one in the morning, one at night.

My body is damaged and broken, and flares up with inflammation at every touch –

I’m taking FOUR Moxxor pills a day right now.  I’ll probably decrease that amount once I’ve been on it for a few more weeks.  (Although some people, with high pain levels, take even greater quantities on an ongoing basis.)

I expect I will always have pain.  I expect I will always have flare-ups …

I also know, without question, I have a lot LESS pain since I began taking Moxxor.

In addition to decreasing pain, I’ve also noticed a remarkable increase in my energy throughout the day.

Who can’t benefit from feeling more energetic?

I’m now “making” my whole family take Moxxor –

I believe in it that much.

And yes, I’m even giving it to my arthritic Golden Retriever.

(By the way, my Golden likes it.  He gobbles it down.  It appears to be helping him too.  Our vet had told us to put him on Omega 3 before I even discovered Moxxor.)

You need to know, upfront, Moxxor is sold through a network of distributors.

(Another reason why I was, initially, HIGHLY skeptical of it!)

When I first mentioned Moxxor last week, I was NOT a distributor for them, but now I am.

I will NOT be out actively pitching this product (to you or my “real-life” friends).

I wanted to tell you about it today, because it’s making a huge change in my life.

(I always share the good and the bad of my life here – and this is very, very, good.)

I decided to be a distributor so I can get a price break on Moxxor for myself and my family.  I don’t have the time or desire to be out pounding the pavement selling it.

I have, however, put up a link/button in my sidebar.

If my far away friends/family members/readers WANT to order Moxxor (or just learn more about it) – you can click on the link.

If not,

No big deal!

I’m doing this for ME,

But –

It’s something I truly believe would benefit everyone!

12 Responses to “Moxxor”

  1. karen

    Well, now you’ve got my curiousity up. I have tried taking Omega 3 pills in the past.. have tried several different kinds.. and the reason I stopped was the indigestion and horrible fish burps. I’d like to try this product, because I believe what you’re saying, but REALLY don’t want that awful feeling and “taste” again. Is this the normal result for most who have tried it? Or are you just luckily not reacting?

    • Twenty Four At Heart

      It’s a normal result. I’m not sure WHY … but the nasty side effects are gone for everyone I’ve talked to. The pills DO smell very fishy when you open the bottle – but no aftertaste, no fish burp!

  2. Jan's Sushi Bar

    We take cod liver oil (nearly) every day and eat an appreciable amount of oily fish as well as grass-finished beef, which has a good ratio of omega-3 fatty acids, as well as limit our consumption of omega-6 fatty acids. So I’m a little hesitant to purchase a bottle of supplements that cost $60 (to say nothing of the fact that Beloved would probably kill me), but I promise I’ll look into it. And if I decide it’s worth the cost, I won’t buy from anyone but you!

    • Twenty Four At Heart

      I understand Jan. I didn’t write this post with the intention of selling anyone anything. My initial reaction to Moxxor was “no way am I spending that!”

      I’m sure you know more about it than I do, but I did read an article you might be interested in:

      Moxxor is much more potent than either cod liver oil or fish oil ….and it has no contamination from Mercury, etc. Keep in mind that if you ever do decide to try it (and like it), you could do what I’m doing and be a distributor just for your own family. It brings the cost down a little. (With 5 people in my family – it was worth it.)

  3. Denise

    I think it’s great that you’ve found something to help. I will read about it and consider it for a trial. I have some areas that flare up and nag me, but generally a trip to my chiropractor (who uses the gentle technique) helps out. So glad you are feeling some improvements!

    • Twenty Four At Heart

      I’m glad you’re able to get help from a chiropractor. There’s a very nice chiropractor that shares office space with The Neanderthal. : )

      The health benefits of Moxxor go way beyond pain reduction, but my purpose here isn’t to force it on anyone …. just share something that is helping me a lot.

      : )

  4. Tracy

    Just ordered and excited to see if it helps fibromyalgia flares and fatigue. I’ll let you know. THANK YOU!!!

    • Twenty Four At Heart

      I hope it helps you Tracy. I went into it expecting no changes, but saw an improvement in less than a week. I SO hope it helps you too! Please let me know!!

  5. Judi

    So happy that you’ve found something that provides some relief! As a vegetarian, I don’t take any kind of fish pills for my Omega 3’s, though.

    • Twenty Four At Heart

      That’s interesting to me Judi. There’s no actual fish protein in the pills – which is why they’re safe for people who are allergic to fish. I know there are different types/levels of vegetarians … I’m curious as to why you can’t take them if there’s no fish protein in them? (I’m sure there’s a good reason, I’m just hoping you’ll share it!)

      • Judi

        I assume the mussels (from which the fish oil part of the pills is derived) don’t live through the process, right? I’m not vegan, but I am a full vegetarian, not a flexitarian or pescetarian. I don’t eat fish at all. Some may call me hypocritical because I still cook meat for my hubby, but that’s a fairly long story.

  6. Kathy

    Wow, you’ve got my interest in these pills. Less pain, more energy? It would nice if it helped with cognitive function (who me?).
    So I checked out their website…are they a really new company? The site doesn’t say much, no studies or any of the usual hype. Maybe they just let the product speak for itself? I mean if you had noticeable results within a week, a $60 bottle would be a good investment to experiment with…I”m game for anything that helps at this point…

    And as an aside, I think I like your new blog design. I got all excited when I saw the “subscribe” button…I was really hoping for an email subscription. What can I say…I’m a geezer that doesn’t get RSS and doesn’t have a Kindle. So I just stop by occasionally. It works 🙂


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