It's time for my Arthrozene review – which is a very popular joint supplement.
But what lies behind this popularity?
At $60 per bottle, many people might believe it's a superior product.
Still – if you ask me, that's exactly the reason why it might be a scam (way too expensive).
So let's find out the truth behind Arthrozene (+ video).
Note: This review is based on my own opinion + research. I'm not associated with the company in any way.
Full Name: Arthrozene by Fisico
Product Type: Joint Pain Supplement
Best Actual Price: Around $60 per bottle (30 days supply)
Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website
Designed For: General joint pain
Due to its varied formula, it can work for both:
- inflammatory pain (rheumatoid/psoriatic arthritis)
- cartilage damage (osteoarthritis)
My Rating: 7 out of 10
Recommended?: Not really – it's way too expensive for what it does.
You can get the same results from a supplement that's $30 cheaper.
Other than that, Arthrozene is a good product.
But I don't think it's worth so much (with all these affordable alternatives on the market).
What I Liked About It
- Strong formula with good combinations
- All 3 ingredients are trademark compounds
- Ingredients have studies behind
- You only need 1 pill per day
- Most users are satisfied (in terms of effect)
- Money back guarantee is real
What I Didn't Like About It
- Extremely expensive (compared to the alternatives)
- Not effective in 5 days (as it claims)
- Enough cases of no response/effect
- Several complaints about side effects
Arthrozene In A Nutshell
Arthrozene is a joint supplement designed for several forms of arthritis:
- rheumatoid/psoriatic (and other auto-immune forms)
- chronic joint pain
In terms of composition – it's clearly a quality product.
However, it's extremely expensive and hard to afford for most of us ($60/bottle).
That's why it's not a supplement I would normally recommend.
Considering you can get the same results with products that cost half – I don't think Arthrozene is the best option among joint supplements.
#1 – What Is It & Claims
First of all – I will give you a few general facts about Arthrozene.
What it promises, who is behind its production, etc.
Arthrozene is a supplement designed to treat damaged joints and relieve consequent pain.
So far, it sounds like a credible product.
But according to its website, it's a “next generation joint pain solution”.
What exactly does this mean? According to its claims:
- It's a 3 steps solution.
- Can relieve pain in as little as 5 days.
- Contains premium ingredients.
Well – I personally never heard of a product that could relieve joint pain in 5 days.
If there really was one, everybody would be using it – trust me.
For this reason, I cannot believe all of Arthrozene's claims.
In my opinion – they are quite exaggerated (especially that “5 days relief” one).
2. Company Behind
Arthrozene's producer is a brand called Fisico.
I personally didn't hear much about it before.
But despite its pretty low popularity – it's behind 3 other products:
- Cruise Control Diet
- Slim Biotine
Also – Fisico has many contact details and additional info, so it's clearly a legit company.
#2 – Formula (9 out of 10)
Arthrozene's formula is very promising (for 3 reasons):
- Contains both anti-inflammatory and cartilage re-builders.
- Based on 3 trademark ingredients.
- The only product with this exact formula.
Due to this formulation, Arthrozene can help in both:
- inflammatory pain/arthritis (RA or PsA)
- cartilage damage (OA)
So let's take the 3 ingredients by turn.
This is actually the anti-inflammatory compound.
AprèsFlex® is a superior form of Boswellia (which is the original ingredient) :
- an extract from the plant itself
- 10x stronger than the original herb
- better absorption
Now – Boswellia itself has been used for centuries against inflammatory pain. 
But AprèsFlex® is an improved version of the herb.
So even though 10 mg doesn't seem like a high dosage – but it's actually enough (more concentrated).
This ingredient is actually a combination of 3 other compounds:
- Hyaluronic Acid (60%)
- Collagen Type II (5%)
- Glucosaminoglycans (10%)
But mostly – Mobilee® is based on Hyaluronic Acid. 
My only objection is that this compound works best when injected directly into the painful joint.
When taken by mouth, the minimum dosage is 200 mg.
Mobilee® must contain around 50 mg (at most) – that's why I think this ingredient isn't very helpful.
This substance is pretty much type II collagen:
- acts as a shock absorber
- can decrease cartilage breakdown 
Overall – this last ingredient looks a lot better (compared to Mobilee®).
Arthrozene's formula is definitely potent:
- all 3 ingredients are improved versions (of the original substance)
- contains both anti-inflammatory and cartilage re-builders
- each ingredient has studies behind
However, this formula is far from perfect.
Considering the low dosage of Mobilee® (hyaluronic acid), I wouldn't expect miracles from it.
Plus – in terms of price, these 3 ingredients are definitely not worth it.
#3 – How To Use It (8 out of 10)
Up next – I want to give you more details on Arthrozene's capsules and schedule.
1. The Pills
According to some users – the capsules are a bit hard to swallow.
But this mostly happens at first:
- dimensions are larger than average
- need to be taken with plenty of water
- no taste
However, the capsules aren't impossible to take (in terms of dimensions).
2. The Schedule
This is one of Arthrozene's largest advantages:
- you only need to take 1 pill per day
- there's no recommendation about the time
Basically – you can take the pill in the morning but also before going to bed.
There's no rule.
Still, the fact that there's only 1 pill per day is a great thing.
#4 – Results (7 out of 10)
Luckily – Arthrozene has plenty of users that shared their honest opinion.
This is exactly what I will count on, when analysing its efficiency.
Note: I only analyzed Arthrozene's reviews from Amazon, in order to avoid promotional/fake reviews.
1. Positive Opinions
This product has lots of satisfied users – which tells a lot, to be honest.
Most praises are related to:
- Good effect in terms of pain/stiffness.
- Improves joint bending.
- Customer service is really helpful.
- Refunds are real and without any unpleasant questions.
2. Negative Opinions
To be honest – I also found plenty of complaints on Arthrozene.
Most users were complaining about:
- Extremely high price per bottle.
- Poor or no effect (even after several months of usage).
- Not effective in 5 days (as it claims).
- Diarrhea as a side effect.
I personally couldn't agree more on the price.
The other complaints are relative, but the price was by far the most common negative issue.
Considering all those (way) cheaper supplements on the market, I would also complain about Arthrozene.
Arthrozene has pretty much mixed reviews:
- Most customers could see an improvement at one point.
- However, it took way more than 5 days in most cases.
- Many users complain it's way too expensive.
So in terms of results – it certainly works.
But in terms of price – it's not a good choice at all.
With so many quality supplements that work just as well – I wouldn't recommend Arthrozene.
#5 – Side Effects (6 out of 10)
According to its website – Arthrozene has a natural and quite safe composition.
However, that doesn't mean it's perfect at this chapter.
Actually – some of its ingredients are known for causing certain side effects:
- Boswellia: stomach cramps, diarrhea
- Collagen type II: headache, diziness
- Hyaluronic acid: pretty safe when taken by mouth
Now – most of these side effects appear due to high dosages.
If you check Arthrozene's label, you can see that its dosages are quite low.
However, it contains concentrated versions of the actual ingredients.
That's why it's more likely to cause side effects compared to most supplements (that use the regular versions).
#6 – Price (3 out of 10)
This is probably Arthrozene's worst chapter.
Its extremely huge price cancels most of its advantages (at least to me).
1. The Exact Price
Arthrozene's standard price is $49.95 per bottle.
That makes it one of the priciest joint supplements I have ever looked into.
And honestly – that's not a good thing at all.
- One single bottle costs $49.95 (monthly supply)
- For 3 bottles at once, price is $44.95 for each
- For 6 bottles at once, price decreases at $39.95 for each
Basically – you do get a discount for buying larger supplies.
But even so, $40 for a joint supplement is still extremely expensive.
I personally would never buy it at such a high price (when there are way cheaper alternatives).
2. Competitors' Price
My #1 recommended supplement for joint pain is called ProJoint Plus.
So let's compare it with Arthrozene:
- Arthrozene's formula is based on Boswellia and collagen.
- ProJoint's formula is based on glucosamine + chondroitine (top combination currently).
- Arthrozene costs $50 per bottle normally.
- If you buy more bottles at once, you can get it for $40/bottle.
- ProJoint normally costs $30 per bottle.
- When buying more bottles, you can get it for $19/bottle.
- Both products work about the same (according to users).
Basically – the difference is somewhere around $20 per bottle.
That is absolutely huge, trust me! They're basically 2 products designed for the same problem.
Arthrozene might have some trademark ingredients, but ProJoint Plus has a wider formula overall.
And in terms of effect – they seem to be working the same (according to real user reviews).
Arthrozene is way too expensive for a joint supplement:
- costs $50 per bottle normally
- there are way cheaper alternatives that work just the same
If you want a quality product at the best possible price – check out my alternative below.
At this point, it's the best joint supplement I looked into (as price, formula and effect).
#7 – Availability (6 out of 10)
At this point, Arthrozene isn't very easy to find:
- best place to buy it is its official website
- also available on some sellers from Ebay
Regarding Amazon – they used to sell Arthrozene in the past.
But apparently, it's not available anymore (its page doesn't exist anymore).
So normally – I would have recommended buying it from Amazon.
But in these conditions, Arthrozene's official website remains the best choice:
- probably the lowest price overall
- Ebay is quite dangerous in terms of supplements
- it is also more expensive (shipping is huge usually)
#8 – Arthrozene In 3 Conclusions
Here's how I would sum up my opinion on Arthrozene.
1. Original Formula
This supplement has a great ingredient list:
- all 3 ingredients are trademark versions
- work for both inflammation and cartilage damage
- clinical evidence behind
So in terms of formula, Arthrozene is really good.
I personally don't consider this as the best formula on the market (only 3 ingredients).
But it's certainly a quality one.
2. Only 1 Pill Daily
Arthrozene is one of the few joint supplements that only requires 1 pill per day:
- in most cases, you need 2-3 daily
- with Arthrozene, 1 is enough
However – the capsules themselves aren't the smallest ones ever.
But even so, one per day is a great schedule.
3. Extremely Overpriced
This downside can summarize best my opinion on this product.
Though it's a quality one – it's way too expensive:
- it only contains 3 substances inside
- there are many cheaper options with wider formulas
Besides – many alternatives seem to be working just as well as Arthrozene.
That's why I don't recommend going for this product.
At least not from the start (only if other 2-3 products fail).
#9 – My Video Review
My Verdict – Worth Or Not?
Short answer: Not really (unless you're on an unlimited budget).
Arthrozene is a good product overall – but it's way too expensive.
And all its positive features are canceled by this huge price.
For this reason – I only recommend it in 2 cases:
- You tried many other products without any success.
- You're willing to pay no matter what for a quality product.
Now – I personally don't consider Arthrozene as the best joint supplement on the market (in terms of formula).
But some people might see it so (because of its 3 trademark ingredients).
Still, I honestly don't think it's worth all those money.
So what do I recommend instead? A product called ProJoint Plus:
- Best formula on the market.
- Dosages are very close to the recommended ones.
- Lowest price among this product category.
Compared to Arthrozene – it's not that popular, but it has a wider formula and a much better price.
So at this point, I think ProJoint Plus is the best joint supplement on the market.
That's why it's my #1 alternative to Arthrozene.
1 – https://examine.com/-supplements/boswellia-serrata/
2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-pmc/articles/PMC3309643/
3 – https://link.springer.com/-article/10.1007/s12263-014-0417-3
4 – https://clinicaltrials.gov/-ct2/show/NCT02843620
18 thoughts on “(2023) Arthrozene Review – Scam Or Legit?”
I truly need to initially value your exertion in assembling this incredible site and composing this article! I am suffering from OA and supplements have been a constant addition to my prescription treatment. It’s only that my specialist never agreed to recommend me a certain one so I had to do the whole research on my own. My last addition is Arthrozene, which I bought after seeing numerous ads both on the TV and on YT, Facebook and so on.
I admit I had a hard time paying the price, especially since I’m retired and my income isn’t as high as it used to be. I’m not seeing any positive results yet but it’s too early to tell (I’m 1.5 months in).
Just wanted to know one thing. Except for its price, does Arthrozene make a good choice? Would you recommend it if it was cheaper? I saw price plays a major role in your recommendations, which is totally fair. But forgetting about price, do you think Arthrozene’s ingredients are good enough?
And if Arthrozene and that other product from Nuzena had the same price, which would you be recommending more? Thank you in advance!
Hello Sabrina and thanks for your short feedback on Arthrozene. You’re right, 1 and a half months is too early to tell for sure if a supplement works or not. So hopefully you can afford at least 2 more bottles (in order to see what it can do).
Anyway – I would love to hear how it works in the future and whether you start seeing some improvements or nor. So if possible, please let me know.
Now let’s get to your question.
Arthrozene is a pretty good joint supplement, if you ask me. I will try to exclude its price from anything I say next, so that you can get the answer you need.
In terms of formula, it has some strong ingredients (even though they’re only 3 active ones). However, all of those 3 are improved versions of the original ingredients. This means they have a higher power (which explains why their dosages are quite low at first sight).
However – if I had to choose between Arthrozene’s and Nuzena’s formula, I would probably pick Nuzena. Its formula is more specific and it has a wider number of ingredients. No to mention that it’s based on the top ingredients for joint relief (at this point, according to studies).
So except for Arthrozene’s higher price, I also think it’s under Nuzena’s product in terms of formula. It has a really good ingredient list too but I would rate Nuzena’s supplement a bit higher from this point of view. Both are quality joint supplements, but Nuzena is better, in my opinion.
Still – my advice is to continue using Arthrozene if you’re been taking it for almost two months. The effect wouldn’t be the same if you switched to another supplement now.
So if Arthrozene doesn’t seem to help in the future or if you can’t afford it anymore, only then you should switch to something else. Also – this guide on treating OA naturally might help you, so try to follow the tips there.
Please keep me updated on how it goes and hopefully you got the answer you were looking for.
Hi Olly, is this supplement better than turmeric? I have knee arthritis and I’m trying to avoid a replacement surgery. One friend said he tried this and was very satisfied, but his problem was never as severe as pain. He had bursitis and tried this and it helped, but there was never any surgery alternative. That’s why I don’t think his problem was very severe.
Arthrozene also seems expensive, but I would rather try this than have surgery. But if turmeric might do the same, I’d turn to that. Someone already told me about Nuzena. But that isn’t turmeric, right? I looked on their website and I found another supplement (something with turmeric). What do you think about that one? It seems that their supplements are really good quality, that’s why I’m asking more details about them.
Anyway, thank you for saving my time and money!
Hey Kyel, thanks for your questions on Arthrozene. First of all – do you have osteoarthritis? Or what is your exact diagnosis? Osteoarthritis is the most common for of arthritis and in severe forms, it leads to replacement surgery. It’s caused by cartilage damage due to aging, accidents or tear. It’s the form that most people have, that’s why I’m pretty sure you have it too.
The other form of arthritis are inflammatory ones, which are usually caused by auto-immune problems. This category includes rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, but they are more rare (compared to OA).
Now – for OA, the best alternative treatments are glucosamine + chondroitin (they re-build the damaged cartilages). On the other hand, turmeric is the best natural remedy in inflammatory arthritis (because it decreases and reduces inflammation).
Therefore – if you have knee OA, glucosamine + chondroitin supplements are the best choice. If you have RA (which I doubt), turmeric would be the best solution.
You asked me about turmeric and you said you think it’s the most suitable for your case. Well – in my opinion, it’s not really so (at least if you have OA). Turmeric will surely help, as it will decrease the inflammation from your knee. However, inflammation isn’t the actual cause of OA. So even if turmeric reduces the inflammation, your cartilage damage will remain there (and this is the actual cause behind your problems).
For this reason – you need something that treats the major cause of your condition. Turmeric isn’t what I actually recommend you. Instead – glucosamine/chondroitin supplements would do the best job.
Regarding Arthrozene – it contains both anti-inflammatory and cartilage-helping ingredients. That’s why it would be suitable for your problem (in terms of formula). However, I don’t consider it any better than cheaper supplements (like the ones from Nuzena). Arthrozene surely works – so I’m not surprised your friend had positive results with it. But if you can’t afford it easily, my honest advice is to go for a cheaper product.
So at this point, I would go for Nuzena’s Joint Suport +. I think it’s a product that contains all the ingredients you need and it has the best price overall. I can’t guarantee it will help you avoid your knee replacement surgery, but it might (depending on how damaged your knee cartilages are). Still – if your knees are in a very bad shape, it will probably take at least 3 months for you to start seeing results.
That’s why you need to be patient.
Other than that – this guide on treating OA naturally may give you some really helpful tips. So I really hope this is going to help you.
I used almost 3 bottles of this supplement and I’m not feeling as well as I hoped. Pain is only slightly better but I still wake up with achy and stiff joints and have a hard time getting out of bed shortly. It takes me anywhere to 15 minutes till I can move my feel well enough so that I can take small steps. It’s been like this for years but taking Arthrozene hasn’t improved it. What a disappointment! For me it was not worth all these money. Will surely return my unopened bottles.
Hello Leon, thanks for sharing your experience with Arthrozene. I’m sorry to hear you didn’t get the results you expected. I just wanted to ask you – what kind of arthritis do you have? Is it rheumatoid or osteoarthritis? And also, are you taking any treatment and visiting a doctor regularly?
If you don’t, you really should. Arthritis isn’t really a condition that can be treated only through supplements (especially if you have a more severe form). Yes, they can help – some even make real miracles for certain people. But I strongly recommend combining them with a medical treatment prescribed by a specialist.
Other than that, I have a tip for your morning stiffness. This is a normal symptom of arthritis but it can be improved using heating pads or hot bottles. Just place a hot bottle on your stiff joints whenever you wake up and your stiffness should go away faster. It won’t go away instantly, but you will be able to move you feet and walk a lot faster. That’s a big tip for people suffering from arthritis.
You also might want to try fish oil supplements. They’re really helpful in arthritis because they reduce inflammation and consequent pain. This will also help with stiffness and reduce your symptoms on the long term. Lots of people swear by fish oil, that’s why I think it’s worth trying. If you decide on this, I advice to check out this supplement from Nuzena because it has the best price on the market (for the quality).
Additionally – certain foods and diets can also help reduce painful symptoms. There’s no need to give up any foods, just to add new ones to your diet.
I really hope this helps you.
My sister has arthritis and this supplement was recommended by her rheumatologist to help with her flare-ups. It has not helped. Pain worsens at least once a week and then she can’t get out of bed. Too good it only lasts a day then it gets back to normal. But then it’s another day in the next week and so on. Very tiresome!!!
She has RA and follows a treatment with Tylenol, Methotrexate and something else I can’t remember. Also follows a strict diet with no dairy, sugar or processed foods. The only foods she has most of the times are soups, fish and rarely home made cakes. Any idea about what she could use to soothe her pain?
The treatment she takes surely works, she tried going off for a couple of days and she’s in terrible pain. But even when she’s on it, there’s still a day every week when the pain gets unbearable. Doctor calls that a flare up and says it’s normal but I wish I could do something for her with this. Arthrozene did absolutely nothing and we paid a ton of money on it! She also tried turmeric at one point and it wasn’t very helpful. Can’t tell what supplement, though.
Hi Andrea, sorry to hear about your sister’s health problems. Battling RA is surely a big fight and I’m wishing her the best.
First of all – flare-ups are normal in auto-immune forms of arthritis. Their frequency usually depends on the severity of the condition. But in many cases, they appear once a week (as in your sister’s case). The fact that she’s following a long-term treatment is a great thing, because that’s what keeps her inflammation under control. Just as you said, things would get a lot worse if she wasn’t taking these prescribed medication.
Regarding Arthrozene, I’m sorry to hear it didn’t help. Its anti-inflammatory dosage is probably too little for your sister’s condition, otherwise I can’t explain why she didn’t see any small improvement.
But now let’s see the solutions she might have. You mentioned she used some turmeric products without any success. It would be really helpful if you could give me the names.
That’s because most turmeric supplements don’t contain bioperine – which is an essential ingredient for absorption. Without it, more than 50% of the turmeric quantity your body gets is eliminated instantly. Most turmeric products only contain turmeric powder – which doesn’t do much because of its absorption issues. But when it’s combined with bioperine, its effect increases with up to 2000%.
However, bioperine is quite pricey so many budget supplements don’t use it. That’s why I would never recommend those kind of products, because their effect is very weak. If used by someone with a chronic inflammation (like RA), they might not help at all.
For this reason, it would be really helpful to find out what turmeric supplement your sister used. Turmeric is actually one of my top recommended treatments for RA, that’s why I’m surprised it didn’t help. If you ask me, she surely used a product without bioperine.
Except for turmeric, Omega 3 products are also a good choice. Many people suffering from chronic inflammation claim they had great success with fish oil (Omega 3) supplements – even better than with turmeric. And even though I normally recommend turmeric as my #1 pick, Omega 3 fish oil supplements are also excellent against inflammation.
They have antioxidant proprieties and reduce inflammatory molecules level – which is essential for RA. If you need a quality product for the lowest price possible, I strongly recommend Nuzena’s supplement.
Other than that – your sister might add additional foods to her strict diet (if she’s not already consuming them). This might boost her energy levels, decrease her flare-ups on the long term and raise her mood (which is very important in RA).
Please let me know how it goes and hopefully this helps your sister.
Thanks for a very informative review. I have chronic joint pain and my elbows, knees and wrists are constantly swollen. I used Arthrozene for a while but it didn’t work.
I read on your blog that turmeric is the best for swelling so I bought Turmeric Curcumin Plus. I’m using this for 2 months and I’m considerably better, thanks for your advice and discount code.
My question is, will Arthrozene refund me if I say it didn’t help? I have 2 unopened bottles, could I return them and get my money back?
Hi Andy, thanks for sharing your experience with Arthrozene, I’m sorry it didn’t help. If your joints are swollen, the cause behind is surely inflammation – so turmeric was the best thing you could take. Arthrozene also contains a concentrated form of turmeric, but it was probably not strong enough for your problem.
On the other hand, Turmeric Curcumin Plus is only based on turmeric – so its potency is definitely higher. So I’m really happy to hear it was so effective for you.
Getting to your question, I’m not really the best person to answer them because I have no connection with Arthrozene’s producer and sellers. I would surely try to reach them via phone call or email and they should clarify the problem. But as far as I know, they do refund buyers for unopened bottles as long as they send them back. Still, there’s probably a time limit so you should try to see if you fit into that. I’m not sure about getting a refund just because you didn’t have results with the product. But you can try, there’s nothing to lost.
Thanks for your feedback on these 2 products and please keep me updated in the future.
My doctor said I have very little cartilage left in my knees so I should sign up for a replacement surgery. I was planned to do it on my left knee first and one year later on my other knee. I was hoping Arthrozene would help, it’s advertised as working in as little as 7 days. Now it’s been more than 3 months and there’s absolutely no effect. I’m starting to get sure this is a scam! Or maybe my condition is way too bad for it to work. I would love to hear if there’s any chance I can avoid the surgery, what do you think?
Hey Leo, thanks a lot for your feedback on Arthrozene. I’m sorry to hear about your issues, especially since they’re in both knees. That’s pretty hard to treat without surgery, but there might be a chance.
First of all – did your doctor prescribe any treatment until the first surgery? I hope he did and I hope you’re closely following his recommendation and taking the treatment properly.
Regarding Arthrozene, it does have a formula that can help cartilage damage. However, the #1 ingredient for re-building damaged cartilages is glucosamine (combined with chondroitin).Some of Arthrozene’s ingredients are designed to help damaged cartilages, but none can re-build them (as glucosamine does).
Now – the problem is that glucosamine works best in milder cases, when there’s some cartilage left. The more cartilage you have left, the better it works. Still, I heard many experiences from people with no cartilages that used glucosamine and had excellent results. Some even managed to avoid surgery, so it’s definitely possible.
However, it doesn’t happen in all cases. That’s why I can’t guarantee it’s going to work.
So my advice for you would be to start using a glucosamine + chondroitin supplement. Make sure it contains the sulfate form of glucosamine (around 1000-1500 mg) and that it’s combined with chondroitin sulfate (in a much lower dose usually).
I could give you a few recommendations, in case you’re interested. The best product I know is Nuzena’s Support + because it has one of the best formulas on the market and the lowest price I could find. There’s also ProJoint Plus, which has the exact composition but it’s slightly pricier.
Arthrozene is actually among my top-rated products in terms of formula, but that’s mostly for milder forms of arthritis. Since it doesn’t have any glucosamine, it’s not so effective when it comes to re-building damaged cartilages. Plus, it’s extremely expensive compared to the other products I recommend. So most of us couldn’t afford it on a daily basis.
Other than that, I also recommend you to try some natural treatments as well. Some of them are only a short term remedy, but others have a much longer effect. So even though they don’t always make miracles alone, their effect will add up.
Once again, I can’t guarantee the tips I gave you are going to help you avoid the surgery. But there’s nothing you lose if you try them out. So hopefully, they will help. Please let me know what happens in the future.
My grandmother is suffering from OA. She’s 75 now, bedridden, and I honestly can’t take how she suffers from the pain. To be honest, I saw this supplement from various ads in the social media. In fact, I was almost sold. However, seeing your post, it made me think twice. Should I risk it given the risks you have enumerated? I have no care for the price and the 5 days relief is really enticing…
Hi Amy! I’m sorry to hear that, I can only imagine… Personally, although it works for some, there are also those that did not experience fast relief–especially in 5 days as they promised. Given your grandmother’s situation, I think going for a more reliable and consistent product like ProJoint Plus is for the best. Also, if your grandmother is bedridden, the size of the pill may also pose some problem so I think you should take note of that too if you decide to buy arthrozene. You can also consider these treatments to help ease your grandmother’s pain. I hope she feels better soon.
My husband’s constant nagging about his knee pain is now getting into my nerves. Don’t get me wrong, I love him but this isn’t working anymore. He’s been using this product for months and still feels no improvement. We’ve tried everything from naturopathy to supplements but nothing really works. I also don’t think we can afford more of this supplement so do you have any recommendation that is cheap but legit works?
Hey Karina, I understand your situation–it is really hard to find the right product. When it comes to affordable but effective products for these type of pain, I recommend you to try Nuzena’s Joint Support +. It is one of the best joint pain supplement that I know, followed by ProJoint Plus. Both are cheap but works wonders. However, if I must say, using these remedies in addition to supplements can help treat the pain faster.
Thank you for your review, I found it really helpful! However, I’ve been wondering if you have a cheaper and more natural solution to joint pain? I have had knee surgery years ago and it still hurts whenever the weather is cold. Aside from that, my other joints are hurting too… I may have a weak joints seeing that my other relatives and family members also suffer from one or two types of arthritis. Lately, I have been frequenting the doctors, but I don’t think I can continue because doctor fees are way too high nowadays!! I’m looking for a natural solution for my problem, do you have any recommendation? I’m tired of using supplements (I was actually thinking of using one as last resort before giving up which led me to your review, but seeing the review for Arthrozene, I’m now really thinking otherwise).
Hey Jahna, thanks! Joint pain is really a hassle. For a cheaper and more natural solution for joint pain, I think changing your diet a bit by adding these essential foods on your daily consumption can help. In addition, I suggest you try these treatments which is specifically for knee pain. But while I do agree that going to hospitals are costly, remember that it is a must if its getting too much because it may lead to more complications. I hope you get better soon.