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Arthenol Formula

Digest: Nutrina’s Arthenol Formula is designed to keep your joint tissue healthy with the help of chondroitin sulfate, glucosamine sulfate, shark cartilage, enzymes, evening primrose oil, and several herbs.

Nutrina’s Arthenol Formula contains a full range of herbs and nutraceuticals that actively promote healthy joint tissue. Individuals who suffer either from arthritis or would like to prevent it’s genesis may find this formula to be an ideal supplement.

The Arthenol Formula contains chondroitin sulfate. Using its negative electrical charges, chondroitin sulfate chains effectively capture water molecules, giving cartilage a sponge-like quality.

When a joint is at rest, the cartilage soaks up fluid from the joint capsule. When compressed, the fluid is squeezed out. Since cartilage hasn’t got its own blood supply, it relies on this fluid for nourishment and waste removal, as well as for lubrication. Further, cartilage repairs itself at very slow rate due to this poor nutritional supply and also because joints are seldom given time to rest. The action of chondroitin sulfate molecules on cartilage is therefore essential to its growth and repair.

Arthenol Formula also contains glucosamine sulfate – biological chemical that forms all the major cushioning ingredients of joint fluids and surrounding tissues. Medicinal herbs found in Arthenol Formula include white willow, yucca, capsicum, and feverfew. The bark of white willow (salix alba) contains anti-inflammatory and pain relieving compounds that are structurally similar to those of aspirin. However, natural salicin from white willow is much safer than aspirin because it does not inhibit prostaglandins from forming in the stomach or intestines. Aspirin will inhibit these important immune-functioning acids and thus cause problems in the region.

The recommendation of Yucca (yucca schidigera) in modern medicine originated from the results of a 1975 study called “Yucca Plant Saponin in the Management of Arthritis,” which appeared in The Journal of Applied Nutrition. The study concluded saponin extracts from yucca to be a safe and effective way to treat various forms of arthritis. Yucca saponins are steroid derivatives and have been researched extensively because of their potential ability as starting materials for the synthesis of cortisone.

Capsicum is the active ingredient of the cayenne fruit and has been used for centuries as a “rubon” remedy for rheumatic pains and arthritis. Capsicum desensitizes nerve endings and so has been used as an anesthetic. It performs this action by stimulating the release of various neurotransmitters from these nerves, ultimately depleting them. In the absence of these neurotransmitters, pain signals cannot be transmitted. Feverfew (tanacetum parthenium) has been used as a botanical medicine since A.D.. 78. English herbalists used it to treat arthritis, fevers, and assorted aches and pains.

Arthenol Formula contains additional anti-inflammatories in bromelain, shark cartilage, and sea cucumber. Bromelain is an enzyme found mostly in the stems of pineapples and has been used as an anti-inflammatory agent. In a recent finding, bromelain was reported to be seventy-three percent successful in helping patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Shark Cartilage also have anti-inflammatory properties, European studies demonstrate that; this is due to its chondroitin sulfate content. Sea cucumber is a traditional food staple in Oriental cultures that also contains chondroitins.

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