Sulfate is a synthetic version of a compound the
human body makes to stimulate the growth of
cartilage. The idea is that such compounds help
rebuild cartilage and reduce the symptoms of
The supplement is an acceptable treatment in
veterinary medicine, but the Arthritis Foundation
and the American College of Rheumatology have not
yet officially recommended it for humans, despite a
large body of evidence supporting its use and the
fact that it is considered a drug in several
countries around the world. The United States Food
and Drug Administration does not approve any dietary
supplement, and, as such, at this time Glucosamine
is sold as a nutritional supplement and therefore
does not need evidence of safety and efficacy.
Glucosamine has been studied for over 20 years. As a
natural substance that is already present inside the
body, evidence bears out that Glucosamine appears to
be quite safe. One caveat - there is limited
evidence that individuals with an allergy to
shellfish should avoid Glucosamine, as it is is
usually derived from shellfish.
1-Cartilage formation & repair.
2-Athletes who experience connective tissue stress.
3-Joint pain relief.
120 & 180 capsules
Glucose, amino group, Sulfate group,
mucopolysaccharides and glycoprotein's.
Glycosaminoglycans synthesis (cartilage
One capsule three times a day. (Take with food.)