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What is Joint Juice?

Updated on August 20, 2012

Joint Juice What is it?

Joint Juice is a dietary supplement aimed at people who suffer from stiff and painful joints through osteoarthritis or injury, as the name suggests Joint Juice comes in a liquid form as a fruit drink or in powder sachets that dissolve in water.

Joint juice comes in 2 flavors, Cranberry and Pomegranate or Blueberry and Acai, the active ingredients in Joint juice are Glucosamine HCI, Chondroitin Sulfate, and Green tea. Joint juice also contains Vitamins C and D3.

The makers of Joint juice claim that the active ingredients in their products help to repair and rebuild damaged cartilage, lubricate joints and relieve stiff and painful joints.

The makers claim that users will have noticable results within 14 days.

Active Ingredient
Amount
What it does
Glucosamine HCI
1500mg
Rebuilds Joints
Chondroitin Sulfate
200mg
Rebuilds Joints
Green tea.
240mg
Anti Oxidant
Vitamin D
0.01 mg
Cartilage and ligament health
Vitamin C
60mg
Cartilage and ligament health
The amounts stated above are per serving

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis of the right shoulder.
Osteoarthritis of the right shoulder. | Source

Does Joint Juice Work?

According to studies carried out by the makers of Joint juice, users with osteoarthritis, joint stiffness and cartilage problems who tested the products claimed that there was a significant improvement in joint movement, and considerably less pain in their joints. The manufacturers also claim that users showed signs of improvement in as little as four to eight weeks.

The makers say that Joint juice can also be used as a preventative, drinking Joint juice daily will keep cartilage and joints healthy to prevent stiffness and joint ailments as you age.

These studies were carried out by the company who make Joint Juice and have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration.

Medical Advice

Always seek medical advice if you are unsure about any of the ingredients.
Always seek medical advice if you are unsure about any of the ingredients. | Source

What are the Possible Side Effects of Joint Juice?

Some people take an adverse reaction after taking Joint Juice, although Joint Juice side effects are minimal There are some possible side effects that users should be aware of.

  1. Stomach Pain
  2. Insomnia
  3. Headache
  4. Increased blood pressure levels
  5. Stomach cramps
  6. Acid reflux

Consult Your Doctor Before using Joint Juice if you are.

  1. Diabetic
  2. Pregnant or breast feeding
  3. Overweight
  4. On a low salt diet
  5. Unsure about any of the ingredients

Do not use Joint Juice if you have ever taken an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients.

The Glucosamine HCI in Joint juice is derived from vegetable products and is safe for people with shellfish allergies

Joint Juice Products

There are three products in the Joint Juice range.

  1. Joint Juice On-The-Go drink mix. A box of 30 Blueberry Acai sachets that dissolve in water.
  2. Joint Juice Supplement Drink. An 8 fl oz Bottle that comes in two flavors, Blueberry Acai or cranberry and pomegranate, these come in packs of 6 or packs of 30.
  3. Joint Juice Easy Shot, A liquid that comes in a bottle containing 16 servings to be taken with a 2.5 tablespoon.


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Joint Juice Your Choice?

Although Joint juice has not yet been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, there are many people out there in the real world who claim a significant improvement in their conditions, improved joint movement, looser joints and an increase in mobility. There are also some out there who say that Joint Juice made no noticeable difference to them.

There are some possible side effects that should be considered before trying the product but these are very rare.

The choice is yours there are arguments for and against Joint juice and although some claim it as a miracle cure it may not have the same effect on you, if you do decide to give it a try to don't notice a difference after the 30 days course then you should save your money and consult your doctor about a different type of treatment.

Have Your Say on Joint Juice

Have you ever used Joint juice? did it work for you or was it a complete waste of your time and money please let us know in the comments box below.

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      Pam 

      4 years ago

      I have been taking Joint Juice for 4 weeks, noticed a dramatic change after 3 weeks, my joints don't hurt as much!

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      Lee56 

      5 years ago

      Realmente es muy bueno, me dio resultados, pero desafortunadamente en Monterrey N.L. Mexico, no lo consigo. Alguien me podria decir si se puede conseguir aqui. Yo tome los sobrecitos. Gracias

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      Zia Uddin 

      6 years ago from Birmingham

      This is brilliant information. Thanks for sharing this.

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      Terrye Toombs 

      6 years ago from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map.

      Great information, jimmythejock! I currently take a pill supplement but a juice drink would be oh so easier! I will have to try it out and see if it's as good as the pills. Voted up and more.

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      LauraGSpeaks 

      6 years ago from Raleigh, NC

      If it works, many people would really benefit from this. Although--I am a skeptic, I may try it one day.. It sounds too good to be true. Does it also have caffeine as an ingredient?

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