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N-Acetyl-Glucosamine

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Glucosamine is taken by mouth for osteoarthritis, glaucoma, weight loss, joint pain caused by drugs, a bladder condition called interstitial cystitis, jaw pain, joint pain including knee pain, back pain, multiple sclerosis, and HIV/AIDS. Glucosamine is also in some skin creams used to control arthritis pain.
Glucosamine is vital for building cartilage. Cartilage is a flexible, tough connective tissue found in several parts of the body. This firm, rubbery tissue functions as padding at the ends of long bones where they meet joints.

As we age, cartilage can become less flexible and can steadily breakdown. There is some evidence that glucosamine might slow this process.

Some scientists believe it is the sulfur in glucosamine that is beneficial for cartilage health. Sulfur must be incorporated into cartilage to build and repair it. Naturally, glucosamine plays a role in the incorporation of sulfur into cartilage.

As people age, glucosamine levels fall. So, in time, this may play a role in joint deterioration.

N-acetyl glucosamine may be used as a remedy for osteoarthritis, Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, interstitial cystitis, and ulcerative colitis. In addition, N-acetyl-glucosamine is purported to have a lightening or whitening effect when applied directly to the skin.

$49.95$298.00 excl. GST

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Glucosamine is taken by mouth for osteoarthritis, glaucoma, weight loss, joint pain caused by drugs, a bladder condition called interstitial cystitis, jaw pain, joint pain including knee pain, back pain, multiple sclerosis, and HIV/AIDS. Glucosamine is also in some skin creams used to control arthritis pain.
Glucosamine is vital for building cartilage. Cartilage is a flexible, tough connective tissue found in several parts of the body. This firm, rubbery tissue functions as padding at the ends of long bones where they meet joints.

As we age, cartilage can become less flexible and can steadily breakdown. There is some evidence that glucosamine might slow this process.

Some scientists believe it is the sulfur in glucosamine that is beneficial for cartilage health. Sulfur must be incorporated into cartilage to build and repair it. Naturally, glucosamine plays a role in the incorporation of sulfur into cartilage.

As people age, glucosamine levels fall. So, in time, this may play a role in joint deterioration.

N-acetyl glucosamine may be used as a remedy for osteoarthritis, Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, interstitial cystitis, and ulcerative colitis. In addition, N-acetyl-glucosamine is purported to have a lightening or whitening effect when applied directly to the skin.

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