GLUCOSAMIN is a joint preparation that contains glucosamine sulfate and vitamins C and E, which encourage the regeneration processes of articular cartilage. Glucosamine sulfate is an important component of proteoglycans, forming the building structure of articular cartilage. The product has been verified for profilaxi degenerative joint changes, which often occur in racing athletes and the elderly.
EFFECTS OF GLUCOSAMINE
GLUCOSAMIN has beneficial effects against pain and inflammation in arthrosis of the joints. Unlike analgesics and non-steroidal antiflogists, this effect is delayed, it manifests itself only after 4-6 weeks of regular use. However, after withdrawal, this effect usually persists for some time. Therefore, after 2-3 months of use, it is possible to take another break of about 2-3 months.
Glucosamine is absorbed from the digestive tract and stored in articular cartilage. Glucosamine itself even promotes the further formation of articular cartilage. This makes cartilage more flexible and durable. The consequence is to relieve pain and increase the range of motion.
The high content of vitamins C and E promotes the effect of glucosamine sulfate in limiting the degeneration process. In addition, vitamin C participates in the synthesis of collagen, which is a protein extremely important for the proper functioning of joints.