Earlier today, Fully Human announced the launch of Freedom, its new nutritional supplement set to go live September 2020. For anyone with even a passing interest in fighting chronic inflammation, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.
Currently, with even a passing glance, we all see that every anti-inflammation supplement seems interchangeable. The Founder of Fully Human, Tim Chrisman, makes a point of saying “things are going to change when Freedom launches”.
Tim Chrisman continues… “Where you’ll see our competitors mixing low potency ingredients, we will make a point of being transparent with our customers. This is more than just a platitude to us. We have the test results from a third-party lab posted right on our product page. And our guarantee includes money back, no questions asked. We do this because we believe we believe supplements should work for you, and because we have been customers in your place too. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because it will be the last anti-inflammation supplement they need to find.”
Fully Human was established in March 2019 after its founder, Tim, reluctantly accepted medical retirement from the US Army. After his discharge, Tim began creating and testing a new kind of health supplement; one that ultimately would have a more potent anti-inflammation effect on his osteoarthritis.
Currently, the closest thing to Freedom is a combination of three or four other supplements, but Freedom improved on this by blending the most clinically effective ingredients into a single product. This alone is predicted to make Fully Human’s nutritional supplement more popular with customers in the Anti-Inflammation space, quickly.
Once again, Freedom is set to launch September 2020. To find out more, and order a pre-release version of the supplement, the place to visit is https://fullyhumansupplements.com/product/freedom/
For further information about Fully Human, this can be discovered at https://www.fullyhumansupplements.com