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Rose Hip & MSM tablets are specially designed to help maintain joint flexibility. EL SAMINE PLATINUM tablets contain a unique combination of essential nutrients which help provide a comprehensive support for joint health, combining the commonly used joint maintaining ingredients glucosamine and chondroitin along with Rose Hip, MSM, and ginger extracts for additional joint support.The combination represents a major advance in supplements designed to help support sports people and help to maintain joint health, as well as give help unbeatable value by providing more than just glucosamine sulphate alone.
Glucosamine sulphate is of course an important nutrient for the maintenance of joint health, as the body's ability to manufacture it naturally appears to decline with age. But while glucosamine sulphate plays an effective role in the production of collagen, the natural cushion in cartilage, it is only one factor in joint health. Chondroitin is also included in the formulation, as it works synergistically with glucosamine to help renew and repair cartilage, and maintain the lubricating properties of fluids around the joints.
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Glucosamine occurs naturally (made by combination of glucose and the amino acid glutamine by the enzyme glucosamine synthetase) and is one of the 'building blocks' of cartilage. Glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans are larger molecules made from glucosamine in combination with proteins such as collagen and elastin. They form the extracellular matrix and the cartilage in joints. Glucosamine is a precursor for glycosaminoglycans which are a major component of joint cartilage. Inhibiting the synthesis of proteolytic enzymes and other substances that contribute to damage cartilage matrix. Boswellia has analgesic & anti-arthritic properties. It acts as COX-2 inhibitors & reduces pain & inflammation without affecting gastric mucosa.
Animal models and in vitro experiments suggest that glucosamine stimulates cartilage production and inhibits degradation by influencing chondrocyte activity. However, limited in vivo studies suggest that very little orally ingested glucosamine reaches the joint.