- Devil’s Claw: 5%
- MSM: 1%
- Hyaluronic Acid: 1%
- Glucosamine: 1%
- Chondroitin: 1%
- Calendula: 1%
- Phytic Acid: 1%
Used for Articular N-FI Method treatments.
For Orthopedics, Physiatrists and Sport Physicians
Singular packaging with 3ml – 64mg
Is a molecule naturally produced by our body and present in multiple areas such as skin, cartilage, tendons and synovial fluid that fills the joint cavities.
It acts as a lubricant, absorbs mechanical stress and creates a spongy matrix that prevents the spread of inflammatory cytokines and pathogens such as viruses and bacteria.
One of the most important effects of hyaluronic acid treatments is its chondroprotector effect.
Has the characteristic of incorporating and transporting sulfur, a very common molecule
in the human body and articular cartilage. It is therefore believed that its integration can stabilize the cell membranes then slow down or stop the loss of damaged cells and induce the stimulation of cartilage synthesis.
Several properties have been associated to this molecula, including the antirheumatic one that acts through the reduction of inflammation and the pain associated with it.
Is an important natural precursor of essential components of articular cartilage (proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans, GAG), which helps to maintain the integrity of cartilage. They exist in different forms and glucosamine sulfate is the most efficient because the sulfate group is fundamental for the formation of molecular bonds.
Chondroitin sulfate is part of a protein that gives elasticity to cartilage and has the ability to help slowin its rupture and restore its growth to better cushion the joints.
This molecule is most effective when used in combination with glucosamine.
Has a fundamental role in the treatment of pathologies affecting the joints because it allows the other active molecules to act on joints free from mineral deposits and free radicals, responsible, in most of the advancement and worsening of inflammation.
It has anti-inflammatory, chondro-protective, visco suppletive functions.