Superflex joints

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Superflex joints

Complementary food for dogs, supports the quality and functioning of joints and muscle flexibility. Designed for dogs or cats to stiffness and disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Ideal all year to relieve painful joints.

Composition: MSM, glucosamine, chondroitin, devils klaw, calendula, pansy.

Dosage: 5g to 10kg weight / Cats 1g to 1kg of weight. Put directly into the pâté or any other support. This product can be given on a long term. It is advisable to stop for a few days after every 6 to 8 weeks. In this way, the "incentive" can be offered again after the week of stopping. Repeat immediately if there is reason to do so.

  • Dietary supplement

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a rich and natural source of organic sulfur. Sulfur, present in high concentration in collagen of the skin, joints and blood vessels. In the joints, it participates in the production of chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine sulphate and hyaluronic acid which gives the cartilage its elasticity.

Glucosamine sulphate and Chondroitin sulphate are extra bioavailable in Superflex +, these are important for the regeneration of joint cartilage and the build-up of connective tissue. They are the most important building materials for cartilage and joint fluid production, ensuring elasticity and lubrication in the joints.

Devils claw:  This plant is recognized for its virtues anti-inflammatory, analgesic, analgesic in rheumatism, osteoarthritis and other joint diseases.

Sources : Dictionnaire des plantes Dr Scimeca médecin homéopathe, phytothérapeute. Encyclopédie des Plantes médicinales Larousse 2001/Paul Iserin : Conseil scientifique, responsable du département de phytothérapie à la faculté de médecine de Bobigny/Laboratoire Nutrimea https://www.nutrimea.com/fr/118-msm. Whitehouse, L. W., Znamirowska, M., & Paul, C. J, [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1875112/pdf/canmedaj01396-0035.pdf Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens): no evidence for anti-inflammatory activity in the treatment of arthritic disease ; Canadian Medical Association Journal, 129(3), 249. Baghdikian Beatrice (1998), Les iridoïdes d'Harpagophytum procumbens et zeyheri et leurs produits de transformation par voie chimique, enzymatique et microbiologique = The iridoids of Harpagophytum procumbens and zeyheri and their transformation by chemical, enzymatic and microbiological ways ; Thèse de doctorat soutenue à l'Université d'Aix-Marseille 3, (No : 98 AIX3 0021) ; 217 pages, 82 ref. biblio.

We only provide information to support and improve the health of your pet in a natural way. In Belgium, it is established by law that only a veterinarian can establish a medical diagnosis and give medical treatment.

 


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