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 What is Joint Juice?

Joint Juice is a liquid joint supplement unlike traditional supplements.

Other features:

Joint Juice is a beverage supplemented with glucosamine and chondroitin, two of the most popular joint supplement ingredients. It also has Vitamin C, D3, and green tea extract. Vitamin C helps with collagen synthesis and Vitamin D3 is involved in the inflammation response. Green tea also shows immunomodulating properties.

Artificial Dyes or Coloring

Joint Juice uses Red 40 and Blue 1 food coloring.’s Ingredient Analysis:

Joint Juice  Ingredient Our Comments 


Glucosamine Has 1500mg glucosamine hydrochloride. Glucosamine is a precursor to glycosaminoglycans which are a major component of joint cartilage.


Chondroitin Sulfate Has 200mg of chondroitin sulfate. Chondroitin makes up glycosaminoglycans which are a component of cartilage.


Boron Doesn’t have boron, one of the most important ingredients for joint health. People that have boron as a part of their diet have a lower chance of developing osteoarthritis.


Avocado Soy Unsaponfiables (ASU) Doesn’t have ASU. ASUs are commonly prescribed in France for the treatment of arthritis.


Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) Doesn’t have MSM. MSM is a vital source of sulfur for protein and connective tissue synthesis.
Boswellia serrata Doesn’t have boswellic acid. Boswellic acids are anti-inflammatory compounds.
Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO) Doesn’t have cetyl myristoleate. Cetyl myristoleate is a compound found in the joints of arthritis-resistant mice.
Curcumin Doesn’t have curcumin. Curcumin is used to reduce inflammation in Ayurvedic medicine.
Hyaluronic Acid Doesn’t have hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a vital fluid found in the synovial (joint-lubricating) fluid.

Joint Juice Ingredients

Joint JuiceCranberry-Pomegranate  Supplement FactsServing Size 1 bottle (8 fl oz)Servings Per Container: 1
Amount Per Serving %Daily Value
Calories 20  0%
Total Carbohydrates 5g 2%


Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 60mg 100%
Vitamin D3 (as as cholecalciferol) 400IU 100%
Sodium 120mg 5%
Potassium 50mg 1%
Glucosamine HCl 1500mg *
Chondroitin Sulfate 200mg *
Green Tea Extract 240mg *

Other ingredients: Natural Flavors, Sodium Hexametaphosphate (to retain freshness), Citric Acid, Red 40, Potassium Sorbate (to retain freshness), Sucralose, Gum Arabic, Acesulfame Potassium, Blue 1.

19 comments to Joint Juice Review

  • James Elgan

    Like your comparisions but find this product is too expensive for my income. Any item that does the job at appox 30.00 per month?
    Jim Elgan

  • Larry Kimmel

    I have been thaking Joint Juice for a while and believe it helps my joints, but even now I still have joint pain. I very much enjoyed your website review of this product. thanks.

  • Marta Locke

    I have been taking Joint juice too for a while. It did not do anything for my joints but instead I was feeling a little more hiperactive than usual. That was the reason I started looking for comments in the internet.
    I read that the Red 40 was the culprit, but later you write in your article “The National Institutes of Health has concluded that it does not cause hyperactivity.” Well I was feeling hiper than usual. It does not count?

  • Dr James Helphenstine

    Numerous published studies reveal Cosamin DS to be the best overall glucosamine/chondoitin/MSM formulation. Even better for osteoarthritis is Baxyl. This a viscous, colorless and tasteless liquid formulation of hyaluronic acid. If you can afford to take both, you need not question the efficacy of the treatment of your osteoarthritis. Neither one of these remedies requires a prescription. I would shop online for the best price. If you have to make a choice of one over the other…go with Baxyl. If possible get a prescription from your physician for one or both and they may qualify towards medical expenses at tax time.

  • Dr James Helphenstine

    I made a mistake on my earlier post. Cosamin DS does not contain MSM.

  • D. Barrett

    I am a very active healthy 51yr old woman,I took Joint Juice to speed up recovery from knee surgery, so I could get back to exercising. I noticed within 10 days of finishing a case
    of 30 drinks, my joints all over began to ache. My question
    IS THIS PRODUCT ADICTIVE??? Did it did more to cause a problem than fix one? I am going back to Aloe Vera juice, I ran out, but never had a problem with my joints while taking this – 100% juice. Also great for your joints and you don’t have to wonder about dyes and chemicals, or side effects!!!!

  • Toni wheelock

    How much do you need to drank? I can’t seem to find a site with how much you need to take to work. Or just some guide

  • motocross racer

    Joint juice works, i broke my ankle and ishial tuberosity and if you take it consistantly you do feel better!

  • I noticed a difference and felt way better with Joint Juice by the 4th day. I blew out my knee slipping on a puddle of Orange Juice in a grocery store 5 years ago. I could not do sqauts anymore. I can now, thanks to Joint Juice.

  • PK

    I have been taking Joint Juice and find that it makes me feel hyper,it does help some what with joint pain though.I won’t continue taking it as I don’t like the rushy feeling I get from it.I will probably go back to taking Aloe Vera Juice.Glad to have found some informative information on this product.Thanks for the info :}

  • Wendell Pettus

    Does joint juice have phosphorus in the juice. I need to know . I am an ESRD patient and my phosphorus is too high. I need to cut back on the phosphorus intake

  • sam

    It is look good to help your joint. Also, cause somatic ache, like go to vomit, headache, and fell dizzy. I do not know it such a magic medicine can have such effect.

  • Henry Vinson

    I used the Joint Juice for over a month. I did not notice any difference at all. I was unhappy with the results and i did not gain the benefits promised in the advertising. The I price is high but the performance is low. I was not happy with the product, the price, the benefits. Hopefully someone benefits from it – the seller I suspect.

    Henry Vinson

  • Henry Vinson

    In my opinion Joint Juice is not worth the price.

    Henry Vinson

  • Billie leggett

    Joint juice is 5.00 for a MONTH SUPPLY. Why are people taking this daily? U drink one bottle per month. It’s extremely cheap. I take then every Saturday and have been for a very long time. It does not help short term but long term it is very helpful.

  • Robert

    I have been taking this for a couple years now, one bottle every morning. I used to take Elations which differs from Joint Juice in that it contains 1200 mg of both Glucosamine and Chondroitan. Unfortunately, Elations is no longer carried by Walmart and I can t find it anywhere. It was expensive even at Walmart at 6.99 for a 6 pack. But it seemed to have worked. Joint Juice at 4.59 a 6 pack is a better deal but I see no positive effect from it. I’m going to switch to Flexoplex in pill form next as Ive heard good reports on it

  • Anita Lee

    I started taking Joint Juice several years ago when I couldn’t bend my fingers to touch my palm and the night burning in my hand prevented sleep. (I tried ‘Blue Emu’ first, but with NO relief.)Joint Juice did the trick. It’s not an every day thing, and recently I’ve gone about 3 weeks without it, suffering no pain in my joints. Works for me!

  • Ruth Logan

    I drink it daily and have noticed a significant decrease in joint pain. I took Move Free for three months with no noticeable difference.
    I started drinking this two weeks ago and I am almost pain free. I had forgotten about it actually until I realized my hip didn’t hurt anymore to get up. Has to be because of this. I’m a believer!
    I wish it was cheaper, but to be pain free for me is totally worth the price.

  • bob sanders

    Is Joint Juice involved in the Pearson et al v NBTY Inc , et al class action Lawsuit?

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