Chondroitin is a chemical found in humans and animals such as shark or cow cartilage. It forms a vital part of the cartilage, a flexible connective tissue that keeps the joint motion fluid by coating the surfaces of the bones in the joints and also protecting the bones against impact. It can be synthetically produced … Continue reading
WHAT WAS THE IMPACT OF GLUCOSAMINE SULFATE, MSM AND CHONDROITIN SULFATE AS A TREATMENT FOR YOUR ARTHRITIS?
In its simplest term, arthritis is the inflammation or swelling of one or more joints in the body which causes pain and stiffness and it mostly gets worse with age. The most common form of Arthritis is Osteoarthritis (wear and tear) which usually arises due to age and most often affects joints like the fingers, … Continue reading
The combination of glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate and calcium can repair and protect articular cartilage, supplement calcium and improve bone mineral density. The efficacy of several ingredients of this product: 1. Glucosamine: Glucosamine is a synthetic substance of human tissue, an important nutrient for chondrocyte formation, and one of the tissue components of human articular cartilage. … Continue reading
Physicochemical properties of hyaluronic acid (HA) HA is a unique linear mucopolysaccharide, which is crosslinked by N-ethylphthalide-glucosamine and D-glucuronic acid. It is widely distributed in the extracellular matrix (such as the vitreous body, joint synovial fluid, cartilage, etc.) of human tissues. It has strong hydrophilicity and high viscoelasticity. There are two kinds of sodium hyaluronate: … Continue reading
Joint synovial fluid is the basic material to maintain joint function. When the joint is in a slow-motion state, it mainly acts as a lubricant to reduce the friction between tissues. When the joint is in a fast motion state, it mainly acts as an elastic shock absorber to buffer the impact of stress on … Continue reading
Osteoarthritis is a joint disease characterized by the loss or degeneration of cartilage and bone reaction around the joint. The intrinsic pathogenesis of osteoarthritis is that the articular cartilage loses its elasticity due to mechanical trauma or chronic inflammation. Under the action of lubrication, the articular cartilage surface is damaged and destroyed, and then osteophyte … Continue reading
Knee joint, as one of the most important joints supporting human activities, is a working ability that can be said to be obvious. But with the passage of time and aging of the human body, it is inevitable that there will be some problems, such as cartilage degeneration injury, strain, joint synovial fluid insufficiency, and … Continue reading