Emergen-C Joint Health is a supplement in the form of a drink mix from the manufacturer Alacer Corp which has a few other supplements on the market and on its official website in different areas of health. The way the product is marketed gives it that fun presence with packaging that would seem almost similar to that of a child’s juice drink, and yes they do have supplements for children as well. It’s said to relieve joint pain, combat stress, supply energy and fight the afternoon slump or even that cold you can feel coming on. The official website is very professional but besides the ingredients doesn’t provide much information about the actual products from Alacer Corp. The price starts at $14.99 on Amazon for the 30 count boxes, and can be purchased by pack, box or case on the official website.
Ingredients in Emergen-C Joint Health are Glucosamine, Vitamin C, Manganese, Chondroitin Sulfate, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Magnesium, Chromium, Chloride, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Alpha Lipoic Acid and Quercetin.
Does Emergen-C Joint Health Work? There are no clinical studies information on the official Emergen-C website, and no customer testimonials. We did find a few 5.0 customer testimonials on Amazon but couldn’t manage to find any beyond that site. The possibility that Emergen-C does provide some benefits in the area of joint health is present because it contains beneficial joint health ingredients. Consumers shouldn’t expect a miracle from use of this joint mix supplement although the results based on the customer reviews could be surprising.
There were no reports of harmful or any negative side effects. This joint supplement contains many natural and healthy ingredients like vitamins so it should be 100% safe. If any negative side effects are noticed from use consumers should immediately discontinue use and if necessary consult a doctor.
Grade C has been given to Emergen-C Joint Health which contains a good mixture of beneficial ingredients. The downside for this supplement drink mix seems to be that there isn’t a lot of information present especially clinical evidence and more customer reviews from actual users. We’re not saying this product will not provide any benefits to the user and it is affordable to try. There wasn’t any money back guarantees mentioned on any of the sites carrying the supplement. We think many consumers may find this supplement fun to use and possibly beneficial, but again it definitely doesn’t seem as though it’d be a miracle worker.