Arthri D For Joint Pain Relief

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Has anyone taken Arthri-D for joint pain relief?



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Phillip Beck Says:

I heard about arthri d joint pain healing and relief from an info commercial on tv.

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Phillip Beck Says:

arthri d joint pain relief seen on tv info commercial -looking for info on users

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Carla Says:

I'm skeptical, the ad mentioned no prices, that is not transparent and I suspect a very hard sell to buy more than you want to try. Hate this kind of company, a bad sell job to people really looking for relief. Get the best anti-oxidant you can afford and deal with the inflammation. There is relief out there.

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Verwon Says:

Are you referring to the product ArthRID-It?

It is a natural supplement, which means it is not actually proven to help with anything, it contains:

Celadrin, Trolamine, Dimethicone, Chondroitin, MSM, Glucoasmine, Aloe Vera and Emu Oil.

Has anyone tried this?

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dicilone forte Says:

does the pill cures goutic athritis?

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Verwon Says:

Dicilone, as I stated in my original post, it is a natural herbal supplement, that means it is not actually proven to help with anything.

It may alleviate some pain and inflammation for some people, but it's not actually going to cure anything.

Once again, here are the ingredients:

Celadrin, Trolamine, Dimethicone, Chondroitin, MSM, Glucoasmine, Aloe Vera and Emu Oil.

Are there any other questions?

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Barbara Says:

Just want any info on ARTHRI-D. Thank you

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Malteser Says:

what has emu oil got that any other oil doesn't,, such as salmon,halibut, shark, seal...or even E and borage and which ingredient can actually help build cartilage back...

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Verwon Says:

Maltese, it is claimed that the Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM can help with that, but as I said, this is not proven.

As to the emu oil, I am not sure., however, here is a link to more information on it:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Emu_oil/­

Are there any other questions?

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Teresa Says:

Has anyone tried Arthri-D?

Does it work?

(Not ArthRID-IT)

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Vince Says:

So I guess nobody's tried the product. Yet everybody has an opinion.

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bms29 Says:

another person who was interested - yet wondered because I could not Read the name of the bottle until the very end of show. Also NOT one word about the cost. - No I did not buy - too skeptical at this point.

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patricia Says:

What pill has 43 over 239 all on one side?

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gramsnine Says:

Called the phone. They want $199.00 for 4 bottles. $ 55.00 for one. Can only buy it from them. No other info given, like ingredients. (I found those on goggle). I hung up fast!

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Verwon Says:

Gramsnine, I did find the ingredients and listed them in my original post, here they are for you:

Celadrin, Trolamine, Dimethicone, Chondroitin, MSM, Glucoasmine, Aloe Vera and Emu Oil



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SayWhat Says:

The initial inquiry is regarding the product Arthr-D, NOT......arthRID-it ...so why list the ingredients of something unasked? OH your good alright...but your not the BEST!

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SayWhat Says:

My own correction, excuse me! Arthri-D

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Yo Says:

I saw the ad for the first time this morning and wanted to try it as my knees have been bothering me lately. Once it got to the end, and no price given, I decided not to call. I do have a large bottle of emu oil my mother gave me a while back, and forgot about all the good it can do. I am going to start using it again, and will keep you posted.

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Patricia Says:

I just bought a bottle for my Mother, she had them on the phone and they wanted to do an elec. check, I said no, i will use my cc. She is having a lot of problems (87 years old) she just had to get this stuff. I am concerned, guy told me they do not sell on internet, someone wil boot leg it on here. That is how it was explained to me in so many words. I was hoping someone on here had tried this medicine. Please need more info- cost me $58. for one bottle.

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Mark Says:

Listen guys, there is absolutely NO way this product works. I just listened to the infomercial and the spokesman called it Rheumatard arthritis. The guy's a hack. Don't waste your money!

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