Best 7 Joint Supplements For Knees That I Tried (2020 Guide)

Best 7 Joint Supplements For Knees

Finding a cure for your knee pain is far from simple. I’ve tried to find a solution for almost 15 years. And if you’re in the same situation, you’re in the best place.

Today I want to show you the best 7 joint supplements for knees. I’ve tried each of them and they all provided a certain relief. So whether you choose the best or the less good one, it’s up to you. 

But if you want to get the very best, here it is.



My #1 Recommendation – Turmeric Plus

Best 7 Joint Supplements For Knees

So here’s the deal:

Turmeric Plus remains my favorite supplement when it comes to knee pain. Though the first 2 supplements are really close, I chose Turmeric Plus as #1 because it has some minor advantages:.

But compared to other turmeric products, this one is way better:

  • it’s cheapter
  • its ingredients are more pure
  • my pain started getting better after only 3 days, which is super fast
  • it works much better overall

So Turmeric Plus is the cheapest turmeric supplement that really worked. That’s a major reason why I recommend it.

Price: $23.95 on paper, but you can get it for about $16 per bottle (I’ll tell you how to do that below).

Best For: Knee pain caused by inflammation, rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis and gout

See also: Turmeric Plus – My Full Review

  • Best pain reliever for my RA chronic pain
  • Works really fast and on the long term (I didn’t get that decreasing effect after a while)
  • Natural ingredients
  • This 3 ingredients combination works best for me
  • Affordable price
  • You have to take it twice per day
  • Most reviews are praising it
  • I can guarantee for its pain relieving effect
  • Not available on big online shops, only on the official site
  • Shipping isn’t included (around $4)

How to buy it cheaper: You can get one bottle for almost $16 instead of $24. Use my coupon code FIVE$61404893 to get 5% off. If you buy a larger package, you get 1 free bottle + about $10 off. So the final price is around $16 per bottle, which is really cheap. That’s the trick I always use.




#2 –  ProJoint Plus

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesSo here’s the thing:

This supplement is my #1 choice for knee pain caused by osteoarthritis. If you have cartilage problems, it’s also my top pick.

Basically, it contains everything to repair and protect the knees and their joints:

  • cartilage rebuilders
  • antioxidants
  • even anti-inflammatory

So if your knee pain is caused by any other thing than inflammation, ProJoint Plus is the thing I recommend. 

I’ve tried it myself, and I’ve been using it ever since:

  • It decreased my OA pain
  • It also improved my flexibility, which used to terrible
  • In fact, it was one of the few products that could do that.

But there’s one major reason why I recommend it – it’s one of the few products that contains glucosamine sulfate, not HCl.

I actually think it’s the cheapest one. This ingredient is what really makes the difference.

Price: $29.95, but you can get it for about $19 (follow my advice from below)

Best For: Knee osteoarthritis or weakened joints (not caused by inflammation)

See also: ProJoint Plus – My Full Review

  • Best product ever for my OA knee pain
  • Classic ingredients, but in higher doses than other supplements
  • Decreased my OA knee pain in less than one week (4 days I think)
  • The effect lasted as long as I took the pills, maybe a week later too
  • Strengthened my joints too, besides treating my pain
  • Lots of positive reviews
  • A bit expensive ($29)
  • I couldn’t find a lot of authentic reviews online

How to get a better price: Here’s how you can buy this supplement for about $19 per bottle, instead of $29. First, use my code ST8271NS82B for 5% off. Then buy a larger package, because you get one bottle for free and $11 off. That’s what I usually do. In this way, you end up paying $19 per bottle, which is probably the cheapest supplement of this type.




#3 – Joint Advantage Gold      

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesIf you want a really good product that does almost as much as the #2, take Joint Advance Gold.

It may not work as fast, but the effect should be pretty close. Here’s how it worked in my case:

  • the knee pain started decreasing after a week or so
  • the relief wasn’t incredibly fast
  • but it was definitely way above the average

However, its main downside remains the price, which is $10 higher than its competitor.

Considering it doesn’t have a better and longer effect, it’s not my top recommendation. You can get the same effect for a lower price, that’s why.

But when it comes to relieving pain, Joint Advance Gold remains a pretty good choice.

Price: $49.49, but the brand has different promotions on their website. Anyway, you wouldn’t get it anywhere for less than $40

Best For: Chronic knee pain, especially caused by inflammation (but decreases OA pain too)

  • Works faster than most (1 week)
  • Really effective for both RA and OA
  • Very original ingredients, I haven’t seen them in any other supplement
  • Besides the classic ingredients, there’s also a mix of Australian herbs that seems to be really effective
  • A lot of positive reviews about it (I rarely saw something negative)
  • More expensive than most supplements
See My Whole Review HERE



#4 – Joint & Bone Essentials

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesDr. Whitaker’s product comes with a pretty new formula. Here’s what it combines:

  • glucosamine
  • vitamin D
  • calcium

This is a formula I personally have not seen before.

Now, this supplement does work, but it took me about a month to see a small improvement.

If you have patience to use it for several months, you will surely notice a big improvement on the long term.

It’s not meant to treat the pain, but the unhealthy joints. It’s like treating the cause, not the pain.

If it sounds too good to be true, there’s also a downside. This product costs about $40, which is almost twice as most of the products from this list. Is it really worth the price? If you ask me, not necessarily.

Price: $39.99

Best For: Knee Osteoarthritis

  • Unique combination of ingredients – calcium, glucosamine and vitamin D (plus others less important)
  • Treats the swollen joints on the long term
  • Also promises to help the bones, not just the joints
  • Most reviews I read were quite positive
  • It takes a very long time until you see an improvement in your pain (more than a month)
  • 4 capsules per day, which is way too much if you ask me
  • No classic ingredients like chondroitin (which is very helpful)
  • Pretty expensive
  • Contains traces of milk and eggs, so it’s not recommended to people allergic to these substances (there are many)



#5 – Omega 3 Joint Relief

Best 7 Joint Supplements For Knee PainJust like its #4 competitor, the Omega 3 Relief comes with something unusual when it comes to ingredients. 

This supplement is based on 3 substances:

  • Collagen
  • Calamarine – a fish oil I personally never heard about
  • Turmacin – a turmeric extract that is easier to absorb by our bodies

But when it comes to relieving pain, this supplement isn’t the best.

Unlike the previous one, it’s not a product for a long term relief, but it still doesn’t produce a fast relief. It does work, but you have to be patient.

You need to take it for about 3 weeks to notice an improvement.

Another thing I don’t like about it is the price, which is pretty high too ($40).

It is a supplement worth buying, but only when it comes to pain relief. The price is much higher than the average.

Price: $39.99

Best For: General knee pain, especially the one caused by inflammation

  • Some unique ingredients that really work (Calamarine oil, collagen mix and Turmacin)
  • They say it improves pain in 71% of the cases
  • It does relieve the pain, up to 4 numbers on the pain scale
  • Also has some heart benefits (but I don’t know much about that topic, so check the official site)
  • You only have to take it twice per day
  • It take a few weeks until you start noticing a relief in pain
  • It’s very expensive for what it does
  • The ingredients don’t have many studies behind, so this formula may not be as good for everyone



#6 – Schwartz’s Turmeric Curcumin

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesThough it’s one of the most popular supplements on Amazon, Schwartz’s product isn’t the best you can get.

It is a very good supplement, but it’s much under the top 5.

And that’s especially when it comes to relieving pain. It does bring relief, but it doesn’t have the same long lasting effect.

However, one of its biggest advantages is that it’s cheaper than most products. We’re only talking about a few dollars less, but that can make a difference for some.

So I wouldn’t necessarily recommend you this supplement, because there are better choices above. But if budget is essential for you, you might want to check it out.

Price: $19.95

Best For: Inflammatory knee pain

  • You can notice an improvement in pain in about 2 weeks
  • It also works for morning stiffness, though it doesn’t take it away completely
  • Each ingredients has higher doses than in most supplements (that’s a good thing)
  • There’s a money back guarantee
  • It’s one of the cheapest supplements I’ve seen
  • The ingredients are pretty natural and there are no traces of gluten or sweeteners
  • It doesn’t control the pain as well as the first 2 (I mean it didn’t decrease my pain as much as they did)
  • It takes about 2 weeks until you notice an effect
  • Don’t take 3 pills once a day, as the label says. Try to take one thrice a day and you will get a much better pain relief
  • It can produce nausea if you take it without food (that’s not written on the label)
See My Whole Review HERE



#7 – Zenwise Joint Support

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesThough it’s a very popular supplement, Zenwise doesn’t make miracles in relieving pain.

It comes with a classic formula that includes:

  • Glucosamine
  • Chondroitin
  • MSM
  • Boswellia extract
  • The bonus ingredient is Hyaluronic Acid, which is pretty unusual for a joint product

Zenwise does relieve the pain, and it does it pretty fast. It only took me about 2 weeks to notice an improvement, and that’s a short period.

However, it doesn’t decrease the pain too much, and I’m talking about intensity. No matter how long I took the pills, my pain didn’t decrease more than 5 (I had about a 7 before).

The good news is that it’s a pretty affordable supplement.

However, I would still not recommend it, just because there are better options available. Overall, it’s not a bad product at all.

Price: $24.67

Best For: General Knee Pain


  • The ingredients are pretty classic, there are no uncommon substances (except Hyaluronic Acid, but that’s in a pretty small dose)
  • I needed about 2 weeks to notice a change in my pain
  • It has a lot of good reviews
  • The price is pretty affordable for everyone
  • There’s a money back guarantee as well


  • It doesn’t reduce the pain as much as it should (I only went two numbers below on the pain scale)
  • The pills are larger than most and pretty hard to swallow
  • You have to take 3 pills per day, which makes it even harder



So What Makes A Good Supplement For Knee Pain?

Best 7 Joint Supplements For KneesEach of these 7 supplements above are different. Some stick to the traditional substances, while others come in with new formula of unique ingredients. Which side is better?

If you ask me, I would say it’s somewhere in the middle. Just look at the top of this list. The leading supplements both contains classic substances, know for their benefits in joint pain.

However, they also bring in one or two new ingredients, that are less famous.

And that’s exactly the secret behind their efficiency.

It’s mixing traditional stuff with a modern ingredient. In this way, you will surely get the benefits of classic therapy, in the worst case. But you should also benefit from the new combination, that is usually better than expected.

So if you need an advice, always go for supplements that have at most two new ingredients. In the worst case scenario, it’s like taking a classic joint pain drug. But in the normal scenario, you should be getting a much better relief.



So What’s The Best Knee Supplement?

In my opinion, a good supplement should contains classic ingredients and one or two new substances, that you don’t see in any drug.

It also depends what kind of supplements you prefer. You may trust herbal remedies, so you would probably like a natural-based product, or you can prefer non-herbal substances that are famous for joint pain. Either way, these 7 products are different enough to cover any taste.

So it’s up to you what you choose.


What’s your favorite supplement? Have you tried any of these 7? Let me know your answer in a comment and I will reach out to you.

Heather Pharm.D.

Heather Tracy Foley is a Pharmacy graduate, Blogger and Author with a vast experience in health sciences. She has a particular interest in joint pain and rheumatology and spent several years studying health problems. You can find her on Pinterest or via email.

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26 Responses

  1. Smith says:

    I used Joint Advantage Gold a while ago and it helped. Didn’t like the price , though, it was too much. I have osteoarthritis and have had a knee replacement 2 years back. I never knew about turmeric pills, but I’m willing to try a brand. I will start with this one you recommended, hope it makes miracles for me too!

    Great blog, I loved reading your experiences with products. Some are familiar to me, but I never heard about most of them. I’ll surely be back here in the future!

  2. Heather says:

    Hi Smith, I’m so glad my articles are useful for my readers! 😀

    Turmeric pills are definitely my favorite remedy for arthritis, but unfortunately not all of them are the same. I recommend Turmeric Plus because I can guarantee for it, as I’ve been using it for a while and didn’t find something better.

    As you said you suffer from osteoarthritis, I wouldn’t recommend going for a turmeric supplement, but for a combination of glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM. Turmeric works better for inflammed joints, caused by immune problems. Take rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis, for example. In osteoarthritis, I always recommend a glucosamine-based supplement.

    There are hundreds of products on the market, but about 75% aren’t effective (usually they have too low doses). My personal choice is this, because I know enough people that loved it. It’s made by the same company as my turmeric product, so I trust it even more.

    Let me know what you decide to try.

  3. Christian Neil says:

    Hi. Which of these supplements would you recommend for osteoarthritis? I have OA in my left knee and it’s getting more painful whenever weather changes. I tried some OTC my doc prescribed but without much effect. So I’m looking for something more powerful but I don’t know what exactly I need. I have no idea what’s a good ingredient for my OA or a good dose.

    You seem really good at this, so can you give me a clue? Thanks, Chris

  4. Heather says:

    Hi Chris, thank you for your question.

    For OA, you basically need ingredients like glucosamine, chondroitin, MSM in good doses and some additional substances like anti-inflammatory herbs (turmeric, Boswellia) in a lower dose. That’s what a good OA supplement should contain.

    So when it comes to choosing a product, you have several options: no. 2, 3, 4 and 5 from my list. You didn’t mention anything about your budget, but I assume you don’t want to spend a fortune on one bottle. So I would recommend you the supplement I use myself for the secondary osteoarthritis I got in my knees.

    That’s the product I’m talking about, it’s the number 2 on my list. It contains the ingredients that I mentioned before and it really worked for my knee pain. So as you basically have the same problem (or maybe not as bad as mine), I’m pretty sure it would work for you too. Hope this helps.

  5. Michael J says:

    Do you think I could start with an Omega 3 supplement? I have knee pain due to an injury I had in the past. It’s gone now but the pain remained and no doctor can tell me why.

    I thought about trying some natural painkiller and I heard a lot about Omega 3 and fish oil. Would it be strong enough to decrease the pain?

    I saw you recommend turmeric as a #1 choice. But do you think it works for pain caused by injury as well? Thanks

  6. Heather says:

    Hi Michael. I know what you’re saying – sometimes the pain remains even if the injury heals. It could be because of a minor inflammation that persists there.

    You could also be starting to develop an osteoarthritis – but I kind of doubt it (from how you described it). What’s your age – if you don’t mind? If you’re under 40, it’s probably not OA.

    So in my opinion, it’s because of a minor inflammation in the area that was injured.

    Now – regarding the supplements. Omega 3 is good for a lot of problems – but it’s a top recommendation for any. You get my point?
    It works good for several health issues – but it doesn’t work great for any.

    So I wouldn’t really recommend it for your pain. I mean, it’s not bad at all, but I think turmeric would work much better from the start.

    If there’s really inflammation, I don’t think the Omega 3 supplements are going to decrease the pain completely. But turmeric could. So yeah, I would recommend starting with a good turmeric supplement, not with Omega 3.

    Now – I can’t tell for sure because I don’t know the real cause of your pain. But if you gave me some other details, I might be more helpful.

  7. Joe says:

    Hi there, I have one question about your list.

    Are these supplements specifically for knee pain or do they help with any sort of arthritis? 

    My mother has bad joint pain in her hands and fingers and doesn’t have anything that would help it. Would these be good, if not do you have any suggestions? 

    Thank you.

  8. Heather says:

    Hi Joe, thanks for your questions.

    So first of all – these supplements can work for any kind of joint pain, including knee, hand, shoulder or any other form of pain.

    In order to give you some advice for your mother, I should have to know one thing: Does she have any diagnosis (like arthritis) or it’s just chronic pain – without a clear cause?

    Now – in case she had arthritis, I would assume it’s the osteoarthritis form. It’s the most common and it usually appears when growing older.

    If that’s causing your mother’s finger pain – I would recommend her a cartilage rebuilder. Glucosamine supplements are the best in this case – but you have to choose a certain form of glucosamine. That’s what makes the difference.

    This supplementis the best one I know in this case – and it’s also cheaper, compared to others.

    But if your mother doesn’t have any diagnosis behind – her pain is probably chronic. So most likely – it’s caused by a small inflammation inside her fingers.

    In this situation, I would recommend a product based on turmeric – because it’s the best natural anti-inflammatory. Here’s my best of list of turmeric products.

    So that’s basically the point – the treatment depends on what’s causing the pain. Once you find the cause, you can choose the right treatment as well.

  9. Nathalie says:

    Hello Heather,

    Thank you so much for this thorough review of products for knee pain. I really appreciate the fact that you talk about products you have personally tried. 

    I was looking for joint supplements not for me, but for my dad. He had a Guillain-Barré 25 years ago and never fully recovered from it. He especially complains about his knees. Not that they are painful but that he cannot bend them properly and put his body weight on them (he still has to walk with clutches). He says that he needs to rebuild his cartilage. I see that you recommend ProJoint Plus to rebuild cartilage. I am going to show him your post and suggest he tries it. 


  10. Heather says:

    Hi Nathalie, I totally understand the problem of your father.

    It’s a typical symptom of cartilage loss – the pain isn’t always present, but there’s very little flexibility and his knees are probably very stiff and hard to move.

    I used to have the same problems in my knees due to osteoarthritis – little pain but terrible flexibility. So yes – rebuilding cartilages is the best solution.

    Now – I recommend glucosamine products for this. That’s because glucosamine is the best natural ingredient that rebuilds cartilages.

    However, it’s essential to choose a product with the sulfate form (instead of the HCl one). The sulfate is way more effective – my knees only get better with this form.

    So yeah, ProJoint Plus is the product I would recommend to your dad. It’s the best for rebuilding cartilages – and it also contains the sulfate form (which is essential). Besides, it’s super cheap compared to others.

    Tell your dad to give it a try and let me know how he feels.

  11. Ngonidzashe says:

    I just think and hope that Turmeric Plus will heal my knee pain. I have suffered knee pain after an ACL Injury back in August 2018, got the injury during a football match. From then, I have used different capsules and medication, unfortunately, it heals temporarily for a week or so, then from no where, the pain resumes, I am really frustrated.

    After reading your article, I am convinced it’s going to work for me. My pain is inflammatory, and you say turmeric controls inflammation on the long term. I will be ordering it in the next 2 days

    Thank you so much  

  12. Heather says:

    Hi, if your pain was caused by an injury – I don’t think it has an inflammatory cause. I mean, it’s been a few months since that accident. If it was inflammation causing the pain, it should have gone by now. 

    I personally think the problem is inside your cartilages. People who suffer injuries can end up with some minor cartilage problems – not always, but in most cases.

    So I think you should try something for cartilages – ProJoint Plus is my top recommendation, as you probably saw. There are more supplements that I like, but this one is by far the cheapest. 

    Now – it’s up to you what you decide, but I think your pain isn’t inflammatory. 

    Let me know if you need any advice. 

  13. Sylvia says:

    I am looking for a good supplement on knee joint pain for a month now and so far couldn’t make up my mind which one to buy.

    Finding your site and this article is a lifesaver to me since you have listed the most popular supplements and also have listed their ingredients and pro and cons.

    I appreciate all the details you have provided since it really helps me to make an informed decision. I’m thinking about Turmeric Plus, because it’s your top recommendation and it’s really within my budget (important for me).

    My joint pain is caused by inflammation, because I can feel my knees getting hot sometimes. And that’s when they start hurting most. 

    So I think Turmeric is the best thing for me, according to your advice.

    Do they ship it for free if I buy more bottles together? I couldn’t find anything on that on their website, so maybe you can tell better. Thanks a lot for this list.

  14. Heather says:

    Hello Sylvia – I agree with you. From your description, the cause of your knee pain must be inflammation. So Turmeric Plus is the right choice for you.

    Regarding your question, I don’t think they offer any free shipping – no matter how many bottles you offer. I don’t really like that about their company, but that’s it.

    They do offer a free bottle for every 3 bottle you buy (plus a really big discount), so maybe this can compensate.

    Anyway, if you decide to buy it – I do recommend you to buy more bottle at once. The price is around $16 per bottle, which is super cheap.

    But if only buy one bottle, you have to pay almost $24, which isn’t that great. And yeah, shipping is also included ($4).

    But anyway, I still recommend this supplement because overall it has a much better price than the rest. So it’s up to you what you decide.

  15. jessie says:

    It’s good to get an actual review from someone on a product, that says it works. I know Turmeric is fantastic, but quality of products with it can obviously vary. I like to use organic when possible, as I know that most herbs imported from outside the u.s. are often irradiated, so you never know what you’re getting really. Irradiation kills active ingredients to some extent. I’ve seen the enormous difference in spices, regular, vs, organic, for example. The other thing about pain and inflammation I’ve noticed is, if I eat sugar and white flour, and a bad diet in general, no matter what supplements i take it will not help, so the right anti inflammatory diet is necessary for the supplements to really be effective, and work in the long run, if one doesn’t just want it to be a ‘band-aide’ treatment.

  16. Heather says:

    Hey there, thanks for letting me know your opinion. See, everyone is different, which is why I like to challenge people to tell me about the treatments they follow and their response.

    I never had major problems with eating sugar, it doesn’t affect my joint pain so much as it affects yours. But it’s still on my FORBIDDEN FOODS list. 

    I’ve written an article about how anti-inflammatory diet can help psoriatic arthritis – but it basically works for any kind of arthritis or joint pain. It’s great to hear you had so good results with it. 

    You didn’t mention what turmeric supplement you’re taking for your knee pain, but I assume it’s an organic one. If you have time, please let me know. I’m curious if I ever tried it.

  17. Mel JA says:

    I used only Joint Advantage Gold from your list. While expensive, it was actually worth the price. It’s really good for knee pain, I love how it’s fast acting despite having basic ingredients. Also, I noticed it’s standing the test of people with positive reviews. 

    Thanks for giving out some cheaper alternatives, but at the moment I don’t want to try anything else. I can see myself investing in Gold since my shoulders and knees like to act up from time to time. 

  18. Heather says:

    Hi Mel, thanks for sharing your opinion on Joint Advantage Gold. I don’t know many people who tried it, mostly because its price is a huge drawback.

    But it was one of the supplements that helped me most – so I really agree with your opinion.

    However, its ingredients aren’t that basic.

    I don’t know how many other joint products you tried, but Joint Advantage Gold actually has some different stuff inside. For example, you can’t find NEM or HerbaZyme Soothing Blend in many other products. 

    So I consider them pretty sophisticated – surely not basic.

    Now – if you afford buying Joint Advantage Gold on a monthly basis, I definitely recommend it. To me, the biggest downside was the price, because I couldn’t really afford it. 

    But if you do afford it and it helps your knees, there’s no point switching to something eslse.

  19. Alan Morgan says:

    Hi. My right knee is hurting a lot after being involved in a car crash last year. I had no fractures and the doctors recommended me physical therapy, but the pain doesn’t seem to get much better ever since. A friend advise me to try ProJoint Plus, he had a different kind of joint pain and those pills helped him a lot. But my question is – is my pain caused by inflammation or by cartilage damage? I’m in my 30s, so I shouldn’t have osteoarthritis based on your description.

    I was really healthy before, all these problems appeared after that car crash. Do you think I could have a chronic inflammation in my right knee? From how you present things, it’s essential to choose a product depending on the problem you have. But I don’t know what that problem is…every doctor prescribed PT and I don’t feel any better after so many months with PT. I’d really appreciate it if you at least try to help me, thanks.

  20. Heather says:

    Hi Alan, I’m going to get straight to the point.

    Since your pain started right after the accident and lasts until today (one year after), there’s surely a cartilage damage thing.

    Injuries and accidents often cause cartilage problems, because of the impact. But most of the times, it’s hard to diagnose them – especially in young people, that aren’t likely to get osteoarthritis.

    I’m pretty sure there’s no chronic inflammation, because your pain didn’t get any better throughout this year.

    So for cartilage problems, my top recommendation are glucosamine + chondroitin supplements. ProJoint Plus (the one your friend recommended) is actually my favorite, because it’s really good and doesn’t cost a lot of money.

    Physical therapy can help – especially for stiffness. But it can’t do much for the pain, because it doesn’t work on the inside. So I recommend you to give ProJoint Plus a try and see how it goes. But you should see a difference within one month. 

    I’m waiting for your feedback.

  21. Mark says:

    Hi Heather, thank you for your list, you have presented some great options here.

    The reason I found your site is because I have started to get symptoms of OA and a friend told me about Pro joint plus so I thought I would check it out.

    I haven’t been able to find out much online about it but I was wondering if it is safe to take with pain killers (aspirin in particular)

    Thanks again for your help.

  22. Heather says:

    Hello Mark. From what I know, you can combine supplements with regular drugs.

    ProJoint Plus contains mostly glucosamine, which doesn’t interact with any certain substance. So you can combine it with pain killers without any worries. If you want to ask your doctor first, feel free to do it. But there shouldn’t be any issue.

    But on the long term, ProJoint Plus can relieve your pain. So you may not need pain killer at one point. But sure, it’s going to take a while until then.

    If there’s something else I can help you with, please let me know.

  23. John McCartney Jr says:

    Hi Heather. I found out your article last year and bought ProJoint plus at your recommendation. You said it’s the best thing you have tried for the money. I had pain in my knees and knee joints due to osteoarthritis and not everything helped. And I was on a tight budget because of our home restoration, so I couldn’t spend too much on plain expensive stuff.

    Well Heather, I must thank you for your recommendation. ProJoint seemed indeed cheaper than many other products, so I ordered the 3+1 free bottle pack. It was indeed helpful, I didn’t see results as fast as you did, but hey, it doesn’t really matter. In about 3 weeks my pain got really lower to the point where I was no longer staying in bed from morning to evening.

    I went back yesterday and reordered another large pack, which is $20 per bottle, if I’m not wrong. Or maybe even less.

    I just wanted to thank you for mentioning and recommending this great product. I’m happy to have listened to your tips and I’m probably going to use it everyday from now on. Thank you for your blog and the advice you give here, I also read your article about treating OA naturally and started following the steps already. Looking forward to see what the future brings!

  24. Heather says:

    Hey John, I’m so happy to hear this. You surely chose the right supplement – because ProJoint Plus works best for osteoarthritis and cartilage damage, which is the cause behind your problem. So it’s probably the best supplement for your knee pain.

    So it’s great to hear it really works, thanks for the feedback. This supplement is really affordable overall, compared to others from my list – and if you bought the largest pack, it’s even cheaper (I think it’s about $18-19 per bottle actually).

    I really advise you to continue to follow the steps from the OA natural treatment guide. On the long term, it’s surely going to make a big difference (especially since you also use ProJoint Plus).

    Thanks again for your kind words and it’s so good to hear the supplement is helpful. Please let me know how the natural treatment guide goes.

  25. Dolli says:

    Dear Heather. I received ProJoint plusm How I should take it: Three capsules together or three times by one capsule? Thank you for your help. Sincerely. Dolli

  26. Heather Pharm.D. says:

    Hi Dolli, I think it’s better to space them out throughout the day. It’s also easier than taking 3 pills at once. So if possible, I recommend taking one capsule thrice a day.

    Please let me know how it goes.

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