Joint Force Curcumin + HA
Supplementary feed for normal wellbeing, functionality and mobility of horse´s and dog´s joints. Complements nutrients that help the joints to stay happy and functional even at high strain.
Joint Force Curcumin + HA contains 100% vegetable based glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, patented Longvida Curcumin, hyaluronic acid and pinch of love .
- Longvida curcumin is 95x more bioavailable than standard 95% curcumin extract. It also contains plenty of natural antioxidants.
- Chondroitin sulphate and glucosamine are an important part of joint tissues and have a significant effect on joint performance and mobility.
- Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate maintain the natural function, elasticity and mobility of the joints.
- Hyaluronic acid acts as a cushion and elasticity agent and as a lubricant in joints and other tissues. It also has a bearing on how the body reacts to tissue damage.
The amount of these ingredients in the body decreases with age.
Particularly well suited for horses and dogs with heavy training, ageing or those, whose joints need extra support and rehabilitation.
Horse 500 kg:
15 g day.
1 tbsp = 12 g.
Dog Weight / Teaspoon / Day
< 3 kg 1/4
3-5 kg 1/3
5-15 kg 2/3
15-30 kg 1
30-45 kg 1,5
45-60 kg 1,5 -2
1 tsp= 4 g.
The glucosamine used in the product is the world's first herbal glucosamine, which is also environmentally friendly. Patented Longvida Curcumin is a market leading curcumin product with very high absorption and bioavailability.
Mix with other feed.
Composition: glucosamine hydrochloride, of which 83% glucosamine 830,000 mg / kg, chondroitin sulfate, of which 90% chondroitin 900,000 mg / kg, hyaluronic acid, of which 91% hyaluron 910,000 mg / kg, Longvida curcumin with high bioavailability 230,000 mg / kg.
The 100% herbal and vegan glucosamine used by CdG is an environmentally friendly and sustainable glucosamine preparation with a much lower environmental impact than the equivalent product from crustaceans. The traditional method of producing glucosamine from crustaceans requires a large amount of chemicals and this in turn generates huge amounts of toxic waste water. The production of herbal glucosamine produces only 2% of the waste water compared to the amount of waste water from the crustacean product.