Will glucosamine help with wrist arthritis?

Glucosamine, with/without the component called “chondroitin sulfate,” seems to have some effect on the inflammatory responses that are caused by arthritic degeneration in joints, especially in the knees.

However, from a medical point of view, there is no evidence that glucosamine can slow and/or repair any articular cartilage degenerative changes. Therefore, there is no specific recommendation for using glucosamine (with/without chondroitin sulfate) is possible.