Ortho 7 For Arthritis

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Jean Says:
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I would like to order ortho7 for arthritis need phone number or website.


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David Says:

Hi Jean,

May I ask where you first heard about "Ortho 7" for arthritis? From what I can tell, it honestly doesn't appear to be a real supplement. And if it is, the lack of available details on the product is quite concerning for anyone wishing to find more information pertaining to it.

Is it possible that you may have meant to say "Arthro 7" instread? The company who makes Arthro 7 describes it as a clinically proven joint supplement, so I'm assuming it may be used for arthritis. Apparently it's available OTC at Walgreens (in-store or on their website) under the following name: "U.S. Doctors' Clinical Arthro-7 Healthy Joint Support" for a price of $35.

The active ingredients in it are: Vitamin C + Collagen (from chicken) + Cetyl myristoleate + Lipase 30 + Methylsufonylmethane (MSM) + Turmeric root extract + Bromelain

Additionally, the phone number for the company who makes Arthro 7 is listed as 1-877-892-1380.

I hope this helps!

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