CVS Glucosamine is a supplement which supports joint health and produces healthy cartilage. The CVS website states that it has been specifically formulated for the maintaining of improved joint functioning. Chondroitin and Glucosamine work in combination supporting movement. There’s also a money back guarantee and but no customer testimonials are listed. CVS sells this product on their official website for $25.49 and there are 120 pills per container.
CVS Glucosamine lists ingredients as Cellulose (Plant Origin), Titanium Dioxide Color, Less than 2% Cellulose Coating, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate and Crospovidone. There is no yeast, milk or milk derivatives, gluten, sugar, soy, lactose, wheat or artificial flavors contained in CVS Glucosamine.
Although information on the CVS website was limited we were able to find customer testimonials on several other sites selling the brand. It’s a possibility that the product might work, but due to the ingredients list we were able to come to the conclusion it just might not work that great. Instructed dosage is to take 4 caplets per day possibly with a meal.
This joint supplement might not be safe for users with allergies to shellfish (crab, lobster, shrimp etc.) ingredients. Those taking medications or pregnant might also want to consult a physician before using this supplement. If allergic or other harmful reactions occur the use of CVS Glucosamine should be discontinued immediately and doctors should be consulted. Avoidance of excessive heat is suggested, product should also be stored at room temperature.
Grade D has been given for Glucosamine based on testimonials from others that it can be beneficial. However, because there is no clinical proof or other helpful information we cannot say for sure that this product will be much effective. We’d highly recommend trying other brands with positive testimonials, clinical proof of effectiveness and a greater amount of information.