My Joint Renewal Review – Too Good To Be True?
It’s time for my Joint Renewal review – because it looks like a great supplement:
- different formula
- concentrated ingredients (but only 2)
- money back guarantee
So at first sight, Joint Renewal doesn’t look like a scam.
But is it any good in reality? Or it’s just another product that promises a lot – but does nothing?
Let’s take a closer look at each of its aspects.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research about Joint Renewal. I’m not trying to praise/criticize this product or its company for no reason.
So Let’s Get To The Review
Full Name: Joint Renewal from NewPort Natural Health
Quantity: 30 pills/bottle (1 month supply)
Best Actual Price: $29.99 (+ $6.95 shipping)
Where You Can Find It: Amazon and the official website.
Designed For: Healing and rebuilding joints from the inside – according to the label.
Now – judging after its ingredients, it’s useful for:
- joint inflammation
- consequent stiffness
- damaged cartilages
So basically – it’s one of those products that works for both inflammatory arthritis and cartilage problems.
My Rating: 9 out of 10 – It’s a legit product.
Worth Buying?: Yes – it’s a quality supplement overall:
- great formula and high doses
- decent price
- many positive reviews
I haven’t tried it myself, so I can’t tell how effective it is in reality. That’s why it’s not my #1 recommendation.
But overall – I consider it a really good product.
What I Liked About It
- Really good ingredients (both are trademarks)
- Lots of study references on the official website
- Only 1 pill per day
- Pills are very easy to swallow
- Many satisfied customers
- Really good price (even better if you buy more bottles together)
- Money back guarantee
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Only 2 ingredients
- You can only find customer reviews on the official website (so they could be biased)
- Only available on the official website and Amazon
#1 – Ingredients (9 out of 10)
Joint Renewal has surely got a great formula:
- contains 2 trademark ingredients
- both are much better than the original form
Now – the only downside is that it contains just 2 ingredients.
But other than that, the formula looks great. I personally haven’t seen it in any other joint supplement.
1. Cavamax® W8 Curcumin Complex (500 mg)
This is a trademark form of curcumin.
There 1 thing that makes it different – according to Joint Renewal’s website:
- better absorption that regular curcumin (40 times more)
Now – 500 mg isn’t a great dose of curcumin. But considering its better absorption – this dose is way better than in most supplements.
Plus – curcumin has real benefits:
- decreases inflammation
- keeps pain and stiffness under control
- has many studies behind 
2. UC-II® Standardized Chicken Cartilage (40 mg)
That’s another trademark ingredient with real benefits:
- improves joint fluid and lubrication
- increases cartilage production
- helps damaged cartilages
Basically – it’s more helpful for cartilage problems. 
Now – I never had amazing results with collagen and cartilage (compared to glucosamine + chondroitin).
So that’s the reason why collagen/cartilage supplements aren’t my top recommendations.
However – studies confirm their real benefits.
Honestly – Joint Renewal has a great formula behind:
- Really powerful ingredients
- High concentrations (if you analyze them closer)
Now – it’s true that there are just 2 ingredients. If there had been 4, this formula would have been amazing.
But even so, both ingredients are registered trademarks (so they can’t be weak).
So judging after its formula – Joint Renewal is surely not a scam.
#2 – How To Take It (10 out of 10)
Joint Renewal is also really good at this chapter.
Even though I haven’t tried it personally – I found enough info to rate it so high here.
1. The Pills
Fortunately, Joint Renewal doesn’t use thick and large pills (as some glucosamine supplements do – see Osteo Bi-Flex).
Here’s what you should know about these pills:
- average dimensions
- vegetarian and gluten free
- easy to swallow
Now – if you can’t swallow pills in general, I think you can open Joint Renewal’s capsules and use the inside powder.
I haven’t tried that, but it should have the same effect.
2. The Schedule
Here’s some good news.
Joint Renewal is one of the few joint supplements I know that only requires 1 pill per day:
- really comfortable
- small risk for forget taking the pill
So in terms of schedule and number of pills/day – Joint Renewal seems perfect.
#3 – Results (9 out of 10)
First of all – I haven’t tried this supplement myself.
So this is one of the few reviews where I can’t speak from experience.
However – I found several customer opinions about Joint Renewal. So I will include them in this “results” section.
Note: I only included authentic reviews, not the ones based on general info.
1. Where I Found The Reviews
Now – that’s the only problem at this chapter:
- there are very few reviews all over the Internet
- the only ones are on Joint Renewal’s website
- Amazon has no reviews either
Honestly, I usually avoid reviews from the product’s website – for one reason.
Most of the times, they’re biased – so you can only find positive reviews.
Now – Joint Renewal also has 99% positive reviews. So I can’t tell if they’re real or if they’re fake.
2. What People Say
Here are the most common opinions I found about Joint Renewal:
- It reduces swelling and pain.
- Works for knees, hips, hands and even shoulders.
- Some people say it works really fast.
- Others say it really improves flexibility.
So basically – I only found positive things about it.
Now, the product is surely a great one. But even so, I’m quite surprised that every customer was 100% satisfied.
That’s why I’m not sure if these reviews are unbiased or not.
#4 – Price (8 out of 10)
Considering that it has 2 trademark ingredients – I would have expected a higher price.
So honestly – I’m satisfied with Joint Renewal at this chapter.
1. The Exact Price
Normally, Joint Renewal costs around $30 per bottle ($29.99 – to be more exact).
Also – shipping taxes aren’t included. They are around $7.
However, the price depends on the number of bottles you get:
- For one bottle – overall price is about $37 (including shipping).
- If you get 2 bottles – the price per bottle is $25 (plus $7 shipping).
- Lastly, 3 bottles cost $25 each – but shipping is free.
Basically – you get a discount for buying more bottles at once.
But in my opinion, it’s not a very large one.
2. Competitor’s Price
Compared to other supplements – Joint Renewal is really affordable:
- costs at most $30 per bottle
- is enough for one month
There are quite a few supplements with such a good price, to be honest.
So even though it’s not my #1 recommendation in terms of price – Joint Renewal is surely affordable.
There’s nothing I could criticize about its expense.
#5 – Where To Find It (7.50 out of 10)
Bad news here – you can only buy Joint Renewal from 2 places:
- the official website
Now – Amazon doesn’t offer any discount for buying more bottles at once.
That’s why I recommend Joint Renewal’s website as a first choice.
However – Amazon offers free shipping (even for 1 bottle).
So it really depends of what quantity you want to buy:
- For 1 bottle, Amazon is better because it offers free shipping.
- For 2 or more bottles, Joint Renewal’s website offers a discount.
#6 – Joint Renewal FAQs
Up next – I want to answer the most common questions about this supplement.
Note: I might repeat something I already mentioned before – but it’s easier to spot here.
1. How many pills per day?
Only one. Joint Renewal has a big advantage at this chapter:
- you can take the pill anytime throughout the day
- no need to space pills out
2. How long lasts 1 bottle?
There are 30 capsules per bottle – which is enough for 30 days.
So one bottle is a monthly supply.
Joint Renewal only has 30 days bottles, no larger size. In case you want to buy a larger quantity, you can buy several bottles together.
3. Can I take it with other drugs?
I advise you to consult your doctor first (especially if you’re on a long term treatment).
Cartilage is safe to use, but curcumin can interact with some drugs:
- blog thinners
- drugs that reduce stomach acid
4. Are there any side effects?
Just like in interactions – cartilage is pretty safe. So it rarely produces any side effects.
However, curcumin can cause secondary effects to some people:
- kidney stones
- diarrhea and nausea
- stomach cramps
Also – curcumin should be avoided in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
5. How fast should I notice an effect?
That really depends from person to person.
However – many people claim that Joint Renewal works faster than other supplements.
So I suggest you to take it for at least 1 month before you expect any changes.
#7 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up Joint Renewal in 3 ideas.
1. Unique Formula
I don’t know any joint supplement with these ingredients.
Now – despite being just 2, I consider them really good:
- both are registered trademarks
- they have increased absorption rates
- they don’t need high doses (as the original form)
My only complaint is that some 2-3 additional ingredients would make Joint Renewal even better.
But even so, there’s nothing I can criticize about this formula.
2. Works Pretty Well
Even though I didn’t try it myself – the reviews I found convinced me that Joint Renewal works for real:
- more than 90% positive reviews
- most of them looked authentic
- formula is surely effective
So this supplement is surely not a scam.
How can I tell? Well – it has a money back guarantee. If it was fake, it would surely not offer that.
Compared to other joint supplements, Joint Renewal has a decent price:
- only $30 per bottle (+$7 shipping)
- larger packs come with a discount
Now – it’s not the best supplement ever, in terms of price. So it’s not my #1 recommendation.
But it’s really affordable on a monthly basis – unlike lots of really good products.
My Verdict – Is Joint Renewal Worth Buying?
Short answer: In my opinion, yes. It has everything that a quality supplement needs:
- Unique and powerful formula
- High doses of ingredients
- Decent price
What could you wish for more?
Now – I haven’t tried Joint Renewal myself, so I can’t tell if it really works as well as it claims.
The reviews I found were mostly positive, but they were all on the official website (which I don’t usually trust).
That’s why Joint Renewal isn’t my top recommendation among joint supplements.
But overall – I consider it a really good product. So it’s surely not a scam.