Arthri-D has not been subject to adequate research studies, and there is no additional verification of the supplement’s capacity to treat joint pain, reports Consumer Health Digest. Arthri-D has been identified as a scam that is intentionally marketed with a name that leads consumers to believe it treats arthritis.
Arthri-D consumer testimonials are divided, some users saying they experienced improvement of symptoms, while others say the supplement did nothing, states Consumer Health Digest.
This supplement's many ingredients include vitamin C, vitamin D3, N-acetyl-D-glucosamine, rice flour and yucca. N-acetyl-D-glucosamine isn't often found in arthritis medications, notes Supplement Geek. Most arthritis products contain glucosamine sulfate or glucosamine HCL.