Joint Help!

Bloomsburg, PA

#1 Jul 17, 2010
I have had joint pains for about 3 years now. Both my shoulder and my knees have really kept me down from my best performance at work. I am a carpenter waking up in the morning and getting off to work has been a serious problem. About 2 months ago I was introduced to a product called OPC-3. It is made of natural ingredients, I think pycnogenal and red wine extract are two of them. It has improved my pain signifigantly to a point where I don't even think about it most mornings. I stopped taking it for about 4 days and my pain came back. Once I started again, it went away. I think there are many people you can talk to to get this product. I got it from a friend. His website if you wanted to check it out is:

Do a search for OPC-3 and all of the info will come up. I hope this may be able to help someone else like it has helped me.


#2 Sep 21, 2010
I too suffer from joint pain. I have found that these holographic microchips work. There are no side effects. They work on the principle of chinese acupuncture, but without the needles. Go to . They also have microchips for allergy/sinus, sleep, and energy.

Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#3 Feb 20, 2013
I don’t think these microchips works. Even if these works there will be several side effects.


Since: Oct 13

Chantilly, VA

#4 Oct 5, 2013
For joint help you must eat good food and try to avoid food which are said to be bad for joint health. You must do some stretching exercise depending upon your joint health. That means the exercise which suits for your joint. Last thing you can go for some natural supplements which are clinically proven. It is said that Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are clinically proven ingredients which are said to helps relief joint pain and helps to improve its condition.

Since: Oct 13

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Oct 7, 2013
Have these foods for good joint health:

Antioxidants are a major help in fighting free radicals, which may be damaging to joints and can contribute to joint discomfort. Antioxidants include vitamin A (or beta carotene and other carotenoids), vitamin C, vitamin E and selenium. An easy way to remember these is the acronym ACES. Foods that contain any of the four ACES are powerful weapons for combating free radicals. Choice foods for each include:

Vitamin C – Fruits such as grapefruit, papaya, oranges, mangoes, raspberries, pineapples and tomatoes, as well as vegetables such as asparagus, red peppers, and broccoli
Vitamin E – Avocados, whole-grain breads and cereals, sunflower seeds and peanut butter
Selenium – Salmon , Brazil nuts, oatmeal and brown rice
Fatty Acids
Certain fatty acids are protective by nature and can reduce swelling and discomfort in joints. The most common types of fatty acids are omega-3s. Excellent dietary sources include coldwater fatty fish such as salmon, sardines and herring, as well as green vegetables, nuts, seeds and whole grains.

For an extra boost in joint health, a glucosamine-based dietary supplement can help. Glucosamine is nature’s basic building block for maintaining joint cartilage and can help counteract some of the effects wear and tear has on the joints, rejuvenating comfort and mobility. In addition, glucosamine is a good choice because it’s supported by scientific studies and can bring relief safely and naturally. Look for trusted brands that offer at least 1,500 mg of glucosamine. To get the best results, studies have shown that consistency is important.

Since: Oct 13

Latham, NY

#6 Oct 10, 2013
If your pain is not caused by arthritis, you can try these general pain relief measures:
take a nonprescription anti-inflammatory
get a massage
take a warm bath
stretch frequently
get adequate rest

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