Boron, Manganese and ChondroitinBoron is traditionally used to relieve the symptoms of osteoarthritis. It may assist with the healthy development and maintenance of your bones and joints, including bone mineral density. Manganese may assist in the proper development and maintenance of healthy bones and joints. Chondroitin aids in joint formation.
BoswelliaTraditionally used in Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine as an anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic and analgesic herb. Assists by reducing morning stiffness, pain, loss of grip, joint tenderness and joint swelling associated with osteoarthritis.
GlucosamineAids in decreasing the articular pain, joint swelling and joint tenderness associated with osteoarthritis, due to anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. May assist in slowing down joint tissue degeneration, providing protection to cartilage and joints. Good sources of Glucosamine include crustaceans.
MSM (Dimethyl-Sulfone)MSM is vital for producing collagen - the primary constituent of cartilage, joints and connective tissue. MSM has an analgesic or pain reducing activity. MSM reduces inflammation, one of the most common symptoms associated with gout and osteoarthritis. MSM increases blood supply whilst reducing muscle spasms. Increasing blood supply allows for fresh oxygen to be supplied to the site of injury, resulting in a faster recovery process. Good sources of MSM include garlic, onions and egg yolks.