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Joint Vibrance Reviews

By: Vibrant Health

Joint Vibrance is a Joint Support Product manufactured by Vibrant Health. It is designed to improve and maintain the health of cartilage, tendons and joints in the body.

Only 1 Review - Waiting for more trustworthy reviews


  May 26, 2012

  • Effective
  • Easy To Swallow
  • Fully Disclosed Ingredients
  • Not Great Value
  • 3 Weeks Per Bottle
I got this product through the expert reviewer's program, so thanks to the guys that make that happen. I felt like I was a good candidate for this product because for the past two years I have had joint problems in one or both of my shoulders. After getting an MRI on one shoulder they told me I had "fairly advanced" AC joint degeneration and that there really wasn't anything they could do to fix it. About 8 months later the pain in the other shoulder got so bad that I got it checked out to find a similar, but worse diagnosis. At that point I got a cortisone shot and that helped temporarily, but that isn't something I want to do regularly because of the negative effects cortisone shots can have. Thus, I started taking joint supplements on a regular basis, Animal Flex, Flexamin, and now Joint Vibrance.

Ingredient Profile:

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: Twelve (12) Tablets
Servings Per Container: 21
Amount Per 12 Tablets %DV
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 100 mg 167%
Calcium (elemental from lactate) 150 mg 15%
Magnesium (elemental from lactate) 50 mg 12.5%
Zinc (elemental from citrate) 10 mg 67%
Manganese (elemental from citrate) 5 mg 250%
Horsetail silica (elemental from horsetail grass) 3 mg *
Boron (elemental from glycinate) 1 mg *
Arthred (patented hydrolized bovine collagen) 9,000 mg *
Alanine 784 mg
Arginine 730 mg
Aspartic acid 518 mg
Cysteine 31 mg
Glutamic acid 895 mg
Glycine 2,008 mg
Histidine 150 mg
Hydroxylysine 77 mg
Hydroxyproline 922 mg
Isoleucine 131 mg
Leucine 263 mg
Lysine 302 mg
Methionine 58 mg
Phenylalanine 158 mg
Proline 1,270 mg
Serine 266 mg
Threonine 162 mg
Tyrosine 51 mg
Valine 224 mg
Glucosamine HCl 1,500 mg *
MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane, 99.9% pure) 1,000 mg *
Chodroitin sulfate (bovine CSA) 500 mg *
Glucoronic acid complex 500 mg *
Curcuminoid 95+ (standard ext. of Curcuma
longa, 95+% curcuminoids) 200 mg *
Boswella serrata extract, minimum 65% boswellic
acids 150 mg *
Yucca powder (yucca glauca and elata) 75 mg *
Devils claw powder (Harpagophytum
procumbens) 50 mg *
Alfalfa leaf powder (Medicago sativa) 25 mg *
Standardized grape seed extract (Vitis vinifera;
97+% polyphenols; 90+% proantho-
cyanidins) 25 mg *
Hyaluronic acid (sodium hyaluronate) 25 mg *
Licorice root powder (Glycyrrhiza glabra) 25 mg *


Profile (9/10)


First off, of course I love that they have full disclosure in their ingredient profile. Comparing this to Animal Flex, they are similar in terms of Glucosamine and Codroitin and otherwise they are somewhat different products. Joint Vibrance has the Arthred hydrolyzed bovine collagen and a plethora of other ingredients that are present in EFFECTIVE DOSES.

It does, however, lack a key ingredient or two that would make it better, Cissus Quadrangularis and Hyaluronic Acid. If these two were somehow included, this would be the most comprehensive joint supplement on the market that I have ever seen.




Even with this product, due to my AC joint issues I was skeptical as to whether this would help or not. It is safe for me to say that at the end of the first week I would definitely tell that my joint discomfort was decreasing significantly, although it did not go away completely. I could also tell that it worked going in the other direction, because when I stopped taking it, the discomfort started to return.




The dosing for this is a little high. A daily serving is 12 caps, but I guess they need that to get to effective doses, so how can you complain? I'm sorta glad they didn't make them huge horse pills so I'm good with 12 caps a day. They don't have any smell or taste, so they are very tolerable.




This is difficult for me to gauge because I don't want to be too hard on a product that works. There are a lot of different ingredients in this product, which of course goes to the effectiveness and also the cost of this product. I found this product for 33-37 dollars a bottle online, but each serving is 12 caps, which makes a bottle last exactly 3 weeks. That puts this joint support at 12/week or almost 2 bucks a day.

Comparatively, Universal Animal Flex you get 44 days for 27 bucks, which is 0.61 cents a day. So Joint Vibrance is about 3x as much as Animal Flex. Again keep in mind that they share very few ingredients and effectiveness might be different, but its still a pretty huge gap.




This is a good, effective joint support product. I love the full-disclosure label, I am glad the pill size is normal, even though that means more pills. Really the only deterrent is the price. Almost $2 bucks/day for joint support may be a little too much for some, but if you have serious joint issues then maybe it's worth it to spend a little extra.


  • mhseaver670
    Rep: +6,692
    May 26, 2012

    good review. I was waiting to see what this did for you. I have got to get on some kind of supplement for my joints. Im having huge issues now from right shoulder and left knee.

  • FlashSunday
    Rep: +3,550
    May 26, 2012

    And i messed up. It does have Hyaluronic Acid. Don't know how I missed that...

  • bignastyrico
    Rep: +1,116
    May 26, 2012

    Good review, I'm taking this as we speak and even though the pill amount is annoying I am so far enjoying this.

  • lava135
    Rep: +7,017
    May 26, 2012

    thanks for the review - allstarhealth has this on sale for $29.99

  • lava135
    Rep: +7,017
    May 26, 2012

    Which, if I paid attention to the popups, I would have seen - nm, I'm a moron.

  • chefneilde
    Rep: +1,591
    May 27, 2012

    This is exactly what I've been looking for. I'm going to pick this up, never heard of it before your review. Thanks

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