Joint Juice, submitted by Dumbsack Derek. I mentioned how bad this stuff tasted earlier in the article, and I'm not going to take it back! Keith sent a can along with me when I went home because he didn't want so much of it sitting around his place, so I took a can and drank it just to give it a second opinion, and let me tell you, it's no different than my first opinion.
Joint Juice has 1500 mg of glucosamine in each can. This provides the amount of glucosamine shown in some studies to increase joint function and mobility. The once-a-day formula is easy and effective.
Yeah, well it tastes like fruty tea made out of tree bark and grass, so don't drink it recreationally or anything. This stuff is strictly for people with bad knees.
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