No. It has no value.
Unclear. Depends on the cause of your joint pains. Some studies suggest that cod liver oil has anti-inflammatory properties and may be beneficial in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (autoimmune joint disease). The studies on osteoarthritis (wear and tear joint disease) seem less conclusive. All in all more research needs to be done.
We don't know. There are no good scientific studies regarding the benefits or harm of cod liver oil for painful hands and joints.
No evidence...... There is no evidence that combo will help you with stiff joint pain. Sorry.
Gluc/chr good. The combination of glucosamine and chondroitin has been shown in studies to (1) provide a degree of pain relief in the short term, and (2) trigger growth of new cartilage when taken for at least two years straight. So it can help you pain and reverse some of the chronic damage. You can find this in the health food store. Not so sure the cod liver oil will help much, but couldn't hurt.
Is it ok to take high strength cod liver oil for the joints together with adcal d1 for osteoporosis or is this overdosing?
?? The big risk here imho is a risk of overdosing with vit a which is abundant in cod liver oil.
Anti-inflammatories. Anti-inflammatory meds like aspirin, alleve or advil (ibuprofen) can be used even if you have a fish allergy as long as you are not allergic to these medicines.
Several. Tart cherries, curcumin, zoflexa, bromelain, ginger.