- 100% natural blend of botanical nutraceuticals
- Cissus quadrangularis can help to reduce bone density loss
- Ashwagandha is a natural analgesic to help manage painful muscles
- Curcumin helps to reduce inflammation, and can help with sore, achy joints
- Bioperine is a pepper extract which increases the absorption of other ingredients
- No GMOs
- Cissus quadrangularis, otherwise known as veld grape, is a traditional Ayurvedic herb for helping people with musculoskeletal conditions like osteoporosis. Research has demonstrated that C. quadrangularis can slow down, if not completely stop, the reduction of bone density.
Indications: Bone fractures, osteoporosis, joint pain/injury, muscle soreness / degeneration / wasting, tendonitis.
- Maintenance Dosage 12 years+: 2 capsules daily, 30 minutes before meals.
- Acute Conditions Dosage: 2-4 capsules twice daily.
- If on medication, check with your doctor before taking.
- Not to be taken whilst pregnant or breastfeeding.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store in a cool (<25°C), dry place out of direct sunlight.
Did you know? Connective tissues, like cartilage, collagen, and ligaments form a significant portion of your body.
- 60 Vegecaps.
Ingredients: per 500 mg capsules
- Cissus Quadrangularis Extract 20:1 (375 mg)
- Ashwagandha Extract 15:1 (125 mg)
- Curcumin 98% (44 mg)
- Bioperine (6 mg)
Country of Origin:
- Made in South Africa.
2 out of 2 people would recommend this product11/06/2020, By ReneciaI bough this for my mom who had rheumatoid arthritis, she had a lot of pain and swelling, she's using it a weak now, swelling has gone down just she's still sore, is there another product you can recommend with this because it's helping but slowly02/05/2020, By ThaveshneeMediocre
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