Helps good joint function and suppleness
Glucosamine sulphate (from crustaceans), chondroitin sulphate (from shark cartilage), microcrystalline cellulose, coating agent : cellulose derivatives and fatty acid monoglycerides, extract of galanga (Alpinia officinarum Hance) (medium : silicon dioxide), anti-caking agents : magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide.
4 tablets per day.
Length of treatment : 20 days
Daily doses in accordance with the EULAR** recommendations: 1200 mg of GS and 800 mg of CS per day. ** in 1999 the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) set up a European working group responsible for drawing up recommendations for treatment of arthritis in the knee and hip. Among other things the recommendations emphasised the usefulness of glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate in treating these joint disorders.
Do not exceed the stated daily dose. Keep out of reach of children. This food supplement cannot replace a varied, well balanced diet and a healthy life style.
Storage advice : in a cool and dry place.
Over time, cartilage erodes and leads to a loss of suppleness. The combination of chondroitin and glucosamine sulphate has a complementary effect that helps to maintain the structure of the cartilage but also promotes suppleness. These two ingredients are recognised as being natural “building blocks”. They act directly on the joints by penetrating the tissues and gradually reduce the stiffness caused by joint disorders. Good joint function is not only maintained after stopping treatment, but is also significantly improved in the medium to long term.
When is it recommended ?
Arthrobiane may be recommended to help with good joint function and suppleness. Don’t hesitate to talk to a specialist.
Ingredient information : chondroitin
Chondroitin sulphate is a sulphated carbohydrate that is naturally found in ray and shark cartilage at a rate of around 15%. In fact the chondroitin sulphate used in Arthrobiane tablets is extracted from shark cartilage and more specifically the wild species of Prionace glauca, Alopias vulpinus and Sphyrna zygaena.
The quality aspects of chondroitin :
- this ingredient comes from sharks and so contains traces of fish
- extracting chondroitin sulphate from the cartilage of these sharks involves a food-related process that uses an enzyme and no solvents.