UD, FWIW, my experience with these engines. I am a Honda fan and also have a 2017 Ridgeline.
Had a 2001 Odyssey, put 210,000 miles on it, never a problem of any kind, not even transmission. But, wife felt like 200k was enough, so we got a new 2012 Ody in 12/2012. It had VCM. Took it on a 1200 mi road trip a couple days after we got it. Burned oil from then on. First oil change I did at ~4000 mi got maybe 2.5 QTS out. Started monitoring it, burned 1 qt every 1500 miles. Started tracking with dealer. Learned about the VCM issues, Honda said usage was within "spec" but was told about the warranty extension. Hit 17,000 miles, and got the misfire, bad coil, fouled plug limp mode event. Honda covered it, but I didn't want to deal with it any more. Traded in 12\13 for an identical 2014 Ody.
My research during this had led me to the VCMuzzler, wish I had tried it on the '12 before I got rid of it. But put it on the '14 early. Never used a drop. Drove better too. But, to be fair, I was more deliberate about how I broke it in.
Fast forward to late 2016, I ordered a 2017 RL RTL-T, and put a Muzzler on it the second day I had it. Never used a drop. BTW, Loren, the maker of the Muzzler made me a specific resistor that worked better for the DI V6 engines. A week later, we totaled the Ody and replaced it with a 2017 Pilot with the same J35Y6 engine. Put the Muzzler on it day 1. Never used a drop. We also have a 2012 Pilot with the J35Z4 we bought with 75k miles, put a Muzzler on it as soon as we got it and never used oil. Of course all of these anecdotes yield a bunch of anecdotal evidence, but I am a believer.
So, my recommendation, get a real Muzzler from Verbatim. Ask for the custom 136ohm resistor. See if the oil usage abates, hopefully so. I would be confident that if it continues at the present rate you'll have fouled plugs, bad coils and misfires eventually.
Again, this is just my experience.