There are a number of joint sprays and gels on the market nowadays but this new improved formula of Glucosamine & Emu Oil Gel from Zipvit is quite unique.

It combines ingredients like Emu Oil which was traditionally used by Aborigines and Bushmen in Australia for soothing and healing together with Glucosamine, Chrondoitin and several other essential oils.

Glucosamine is a naturally occurring substance found in the fluid around our joints. It is naturally present in animal bones, bone marrow, shellfish and fungi.  It plays a vital role in building cartilage and is commonly consumed as a supplement by people with arthritis, especially osteoarthritis. There’s some evidence that glucosamine sulfate supplements help counteract this effect, although experts aren’t sure how.

According to Web Md ‘if you’re looking for a supplement that may ease your joint pain, glucosamine might be worth a try. Some studies show it gives relief for mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis, and it may work for other joints, too.

Chondroitin, Web Md say, ‘is a substance that occurs naturally in the connective tissues of people and animals. As a supplement in higher doses than is found naturally, chondroitin is a popular treatment for osteoarthritis. As an osteoarthritis treatment, chondroitin is often used along with another supplement,glucosamine.

 I was really suffering with arthritis in my foot and have only used this product for a couple of days and can already feel the benefits. It’s easy to rub in and has a lovely smell to it.

Glucosamine & Emu Joint Gel...

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