Glucosamine KCL/HCL

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Glucosamine is a fundamental building block for cartilage. It maintains the integrity of cartilage and the overall health of joints. The glucosamine levels may diminish with age, contributing to discomfort and reduced mobility. As a joint supplement, Glucosamine may help reduce joint pain, inflammation, and stiffness, particularly in individuals with osteoarthritis or other common degenerative conditions. 

It aids in maintaining cartilage integrity by promoting the production of collagen and proteoglycans. Hence, glucosamine supplementation can relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and enhance joint flexibility, making it a popular choice for those seeking joint wellness.

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How does Glucosamine function in the body?

  • Cartilage Formation
  • Stimulates Cartilage Repair
  • Reduces Inflammation 
  • Lubricate Joints
  • Protects Joint Tissue

Features of Glucosamine KCL/HCL

Free Flowing Powder

Higher Bioavailability

Compatible with other Ingredients


Health Benefits of Glucosamine KCL/HCL

  • Joint Health– It is a fundamental component of cartilage that plays a crucial role in maintaining cartilage health and integrity. It helps to reduce joint pain and stiffness.
  • Cartilage Repair– It can stimulate chondrocytes, the cells responsible for producing and maintaining cartilage. It may lead to the repair and regeneration of damaged cartilage.
  • Relief in Osteoarthritis– Individuals often take glucosamine supplements with osteoarthritis (degenerative joint condition). It reduces the symptoms of osteoarthritis, such as pain, inflammation, and difficulty in moving joints.
  • Chondroprotective Effect– It may help protect existing cartilage from further damage, potentially slowing the progression of joint degeneration.
  • Anti-Inflammatory– It may help to reduce joint inflammation and associated discomfort in inflammatory common conditions.
  • Improved Joint Lubrication– Glucosamine may lubricate the joints and reduce friction between joint surfaces during movement.

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