Aging, cartilage wear, reduced production of glucosamine sulphate by the body… Pain!
The precious glucosamine sulphate is neither a vitamin, nor a mineral, nor a plant; it is an amino sugar that our body makes from the glucose in food. It is the starting point for the synthesis of important molecules that make up many of the body’s tissues, mainly proteoglycans, the ground substance of joint cartilage. Glucosamine sulfate participates in the formation of cartilage.
When the synovia (whose function is to lubricate the joints) becomes thinner, when it loses its gelatinous consistency (which reduces its ability to absorb shocks), the cartilages, tendons and ligaments can rub against each other. others. We then observe a loss of flexibility and an increase in pain.
It is therefore of paramount importance for our daily well-being!
It is recommended for problems of osteoarthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, epicondylitis and heel spur.