What makes our product unique is the fact that the joints are provided with the painless “ injection” of the HCK complex (hyaluronic acid and chondroitin) in the form of a syrup. The formula is easily absorbed to the articular cartilage both through the digestive system and the blood circulation.
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Certificate of registration - U.S. FDAOne package – 1 liter of the syrup (2 X 0.5 l)
Net content 33.814 fl oz (2x16.907 fl oz)
- Rapidly supplements the deficiency of the synovial fluid
- Does not irritate the digestive system
- Convenient form of administration, easy- to- swallow formula
- Nearly 100% absorption due to its liquid form.
- Prevents further development of the joint cartilage degeneration and enables its regeneration.
- People with the deficiency of the synovial fluid
- Patients with the knee joint degeneration (gonarthrosis)
- Patients with the hip joint degeneration ( (coxarthrosis)
- Patients with degeneration of the vertebral synovial joint and lumbar vertebrae
- Patients with arthritis of the finger joints (rizarthrosis)
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