Cranberry juice for arthritis: Walmart sells $40 bottles

The Wal-Mart Supercenter in Atlanta, Georgia, is selling a line of cranberry-flavored “cranberries” for arthritis.

The company says its cranberry product is meant to be used for pain management and pain relief.

The company said its cranberries are made with real cranberries, and they are formulated to contain “natural flavorings, which have been found to reduce the risk of severe allergic reactions, including those related to gluten, dairy, and wheat.”

The company is selling the product for $40 a bottle.

It says it was inspired by the Wal-mart Cranberry Garden and Cranberry Lush and the company has received a number of inquiries from customers about using it for arthritis relief.

The Wal-marts website also offers the product in a line called “Cranberry Lullaby.”

It says the cranberry contains a natural ingredient called lactic acid.

Wal-mart did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.