#GLUCOSAMINE & EMU JOINT GEL…

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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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JOINT PAIN …

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Are you suffering from aches and pains during this strange weather?
 
Iit could be one of many conditions from Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, Arthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis. But they are all treated differently. However, the sooner you seek treatment, if its rheumatoid arthritis, the better as over time chronic inflammation can cause erosions and weakness of the bones as well as the muscles, which could then lead to severe rheumatoid arthritis.
 
You are most likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis between the ages of 30 and 50 whereas arthritis can affect people of any age. Fibromyalgia is mainly in women and could also strike at any time.
 
Unlike osteoarthritis, which is caused by wear and tear of the joints, rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease whereby instead of fighting infection, the immune system attacks the cells that line the joints which then damages them.
 
They now know that much of the long-term damage can happen in the first months of developing the condition, so an early diagnosis is crucial.
 
Unfortunately, a bit like Fibromyalgia, there is no one single test for rheumatoid arthritis and so the diagnosis can be complicated. Usually you will be referred to a rheumatologist, who will examine your joints and may send your for xrays, and ultrasound or an MRI scan and of course take some blood tests.
 
Once you have been diagnosed then you will be cared for by a team of specialists . Moving around can be one of the difficult problems with rheumatoid arthritis but they do say that borage seed oil and evening primrose oil ‘may’ help reduce morning stiffness.
 
There is plenty of details online about the condition or you could go direct to the arthritis care website on http://www.arthritiscare.org.uk