My ArthroZyme Plus Review – Is It Any Good?
It’s time for my ArthroZyme Plus review – because it doesn’t look like a common joint supplement:
- it has a different formula
- none of the classic ingredients
Now – it claims to have a better formula, which I personally doubt (judging after the ingredients).
However, you can’t really tell until you try it. So does ArthroZyme Plus relieve joint pain – or it’s too weak?
I tried to dig deep into this supplement to find out the truth behind it.
Note: This review is based on my opinion about ArthroZyme, not on general info. I’m not trying to praise/ criticize the product or its company, I am simply telling my opinion about it.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: ArthroZyme Plus from TrueHealth
Quantity: 60 capsules (1 month supply)
Best Actual Price: $31.95
Where You Can It Buy From: Amazon. You can find a lower price on Ebay, but it’s a bit more risky.
The price on the official website is $3 more than on Amazon (which is pretty weird).
Designed For: Joint and muscle pain – according to the label.
Now – its ingredients work mostly for:
- inflammatory pain
- rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis
It contains mostly anti-inflammatory substances, so it wouldn’t help osteoarthritis or cartilage problems too much.
My Rating: 6 out of 10 – Surely not a scam, but not amazing either.
Worth Buying?: It depends.
It’s good enough for minor inflammation (tendinitis, sprains, injuries) – but there are many cheaper products that can do.
On the other hand – I wouldn’t recommend it for arthritis or chronic inflammation:
- not strong enough, in my opinion
- also a bit expensive
What I Liked About It
- Only 2 pills per day
- You can find many authentic reviews
- Available on several retailers
- Contains one ingredient I haven’t seen before (serratiopeptidase – more on this later on)
- Pretty good doses for most ingredients
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Some ingredients have no benefits for joint pain (Vitamin D, Zinc)
- The formula is weaker than most supplements, in my opinion
- No classic ingredients like turmeric or glucosamine
- Many negative reviews
- Pretty expensive for what it contains
- It’s a lot more expensive on the official website than on Amazon
The Ingredients – Not Too Impressive
To be honest – I was pretty disappointed by ArthroZyme’s ingredients:
- no classic substance for joint pain
- some ingredients have no real benefits for pain
So let’s take a closer look at each ingredient:
1. Vitamin D (25 mcg) – even though it has a really good dose in ArthroZyme, this vitamin doesn’t help joint pain too much:
- it works best for bone health
- its effect in inflammation isn’t sure
So according to actual studies – vitamin D has very little to do with joint problems (unless you have a major deficiency).
2. Zinc (15 mg) – this mineral is useful in RA or other inflammatory condition.
But the thing is – it helps mostly when you have a zinc deficiency. If your level is normal, you won’t get any benefits from it.
3. Bromelain (400 mg) – this is a natural enzyme from pineapple:
- decreases joint inflammation
- it’s an antioxidant
- it works better combined with other substances
I couldn’t find many studies on bromelain and joint pain – but in my opinion, it’s a very useful substance for inflammation.
5. Boswellia Gum Resin Extract (250 mg) – this is another herb that works great for inflammation:
- ArthroZyme contains a special form of Boswellia
- This form claims to have a better absorption
- In this case, 200 mg are probably enough
6. Serratiopeptidase (10 mg) – it’s the first time I see this ingredient, and it seems to be really special:
- it’s an enzyme produced by silkworms
- it dissolves fibrin and bradykinin (which can cause joint irritation)
- 10 mg is a pretty high dose
So basically – this ingredient is the only new thing from ArthroZyme. You can find the other ingredients in many products, but the serratiopeptidase isn’t as common.
3 Conclusions On The Ingredients
#1. No Major Ingredient – ArthroZyme doesn’t have any ingredient in the focus:
- no turmeric, glucosamine or collagen
- bromelain has the highest dose – but it’s not mentioned more than the rest
So you can’t really tell what this supplement is based on – it contains more ingredients, but none seems to be more important.
#2. Good Doses – I know that at first sight, ArthroZyme seems to have some low doses.
But here’s the real thing:
- Vitamin D and Zinc are more than the daily value
- This Boswellia extract (5-Loxin) is better than regular one – so it needs a lower dose
- 400 mg of bromelain is pretty high
- The maximum dose of serratiopeptidase is around 30 mg per day
So if you analyze these facts – ArthroZyme’s doses are pretty good actually (for these ingredients).
#3. Not A Great Formula Overall – despite the high doses, the general formula didn’t impress me at all:
- not very strong substances (except Boswellia)
- no major ingredient
I tried lots of supplements with different ingredients. But I wouldn’t really trust ArthroZyme’s formula – at least not for amazing results.
It can work decently – but I doubt it’s going to make miracles.
Overall: Not the best ingredients ever. The Boswellia extract can’t work amazingly on its own.
And some of the other ingredients can’t do a lot either (Vitamin D, Zinc, Serratiopeptidase). So it is “a different formula” – but not in the good way.
My Experience With ArthroZyme
ArthroZyme is one of the supplements I reviewed without trying in reality.
But as I tried many other products with similar ingredients – I think I can get an idea without trying it.
Besides – I checked out a lot of real customer reviews about ArthroZyme. So here’s what I could tell you about it:
- It’s a good product for bone health (high dose of vitamin D).
- It can help minor swelling (bursitis, tendinitis, gum inflammation).
- For joint inflammation, it’s not very strong.
- I doubt it can relieve arthritis pain completely.
- It can also help for pain caused by a zinc deficiency.
So overall – I wouldn’t recommend it for arthritis or chronic joint pain. It’s just not strong enough for a serious condition like this, in my opinion.
Now – if you only have a temporary problem (an injury), ArthroZyme should help.
However, I think it’s a bit too pricey to be the #1 option.
It’s not a very expensive product – but you can get something better for less money. So I wouldn’t start with ArthroZyme for a minor problem.
However, besides its bad points – it also has some good ones. So let me show you briefly its top and bottom lines.
PRO #1 – Only 2 Pills Per Day
Compared to other supplements, ArthoZyme is pretty easy to take:
- only 2 capsules per day
- from what I read, they are pretty easy to swallow
- there’s a small risk to forget about one dose
- you can also take both pills together
So even though its ingredients could be better – there’s nothing to complain about the pills.
Now – I tried to find some pictures of the real pills, but it seems like the official website doesn’t offer any.
In this case, I have to trust the reviews I read – which mentioned the pills aren’t very large or hard to swallow.
So there’s nothing I could criticize about ArthroZyme’s capsules.
PRO #2 – Lots Of Reviews
That’s another essential thing for me:
- there are many authentic reviews of ArthroZyme
- you can find some on Amazon, Ebay or special review websites
- this means the product isn’t a scam
Now – I couldn’t find any reviews on the official website, but they simply don’t have any review page. So that’s probably the reason.
However, ArthroZyme is also sold on Amazon – so there are plenty of authentic reviews.
Now, to be honest – many of the reviews I found were negative.
But most people complained about the product not working amazingly – so it’s surely not a scam (as I read on certain websites).
CON #1 – Quite Pricey
In my opinion – ArthroZyme could be a few dollars cheaper, considering what it contains.
Here’s what I mean exactly:
- most supplements for inflammation cost under $25
- they also have higher doses
- ArthroZyme doesn’t contain such special ingredients, but it’s still $32
So that’s not very fair, if you ask me. For $32, you can almost buy 2 bottles for another supplement with better ingredients.
Now – there are lots of products that cost well over $32. So ArthroZyme isn’t the most expensive one ever.
But if you decide to buy it – there’s one thing you should keep in mind.
CON #2 – More Expensive On Its Website
Here’s the thing:
- you can buy ArtroZyme both from Amazon and from their official website
- the price on Amazon is $31.95 (without the Prime option or any discounts)
- they also offer free shipping
- on the official website, it’s sold for $39.95 + $6.95 shipping
To be honest, it’s pretty weird.
Most companies sell their products for more money on Amazon – so that people would buy from their official website.
But when it comes to Arthrozyme – it’s exactly the opposite. So here’s what I think:
- The price from Amazon is the normal one
- They sell it more expensive on the official website simply for money issues
- So if you really want this supplement, buy it directly from Amazon
- You’re going to save $15 overall
CON #3 – Ingredients Could Be Better
I already mentioned the ingredients, so I won’t insist too much on this topic.
But the thing is:
- no strong ingredient – like glucosamine, turmeric or collagen
- their overall value is under $32
So if they really wanted to charge this price for ArthroZyme – I think they could have added some extra substances (like the ones I mentioned).
Obviously, this mix is going to be enough for some. But if your joint pain isn’t something temporary – you will probably need something stronger than Boswellia and Bromelain.
At least that’s my opinion.
My Verdict – Is ArthroZyme Plus Worth Buying?
Short answer: I’m not sure. I would recommend it for minor joint swelling or bone health – but I think you can find some cheaper stuff.
Now – in these cases, it should really help.
But if your pain is caused by arthritis or chronic pain – I’m not so sure:
- the ingredients aren’t very strong
- no turmeric – only Boswellia
- the reviews I read weren’t all positive
As I said – I didn’t try this supplement myself, so I can’t speak from experience.
But judging after how it looks and the reviews I read – I wouldn’t really recommend it. At least not as a #1 choice.
You can get something much better for less than $32 – so that’s what I would choose for arthritis or chronic joint pain.