Joint Force Gluco
Chia de Gracia´s Joint Force Gluco is a combination of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate containing glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate and pinch of love .
- Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate maintains the natural function, elasticity and mobility of the joints. Glucosamine is naturally present in the body (cartilage, tendons and ligaments) and maintains normal cartilage formation and joint well-being.
- 'Chondroitin sulfate is found in the connective tissues and cell membranes of all vertebrates and is an important part of cartilage core protein among others. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate are substances that maintain elasticity, elasticity and resistance to the joint.
- The amount of these ingredients in the body decreases with age.
Chondroitin sulphate and glucosamine are an important part of joint tissues and have a significant effect on joint health and mobility. The glucosamine used in this product is the world's first 100% vegetable based & vegan glucosamine which is produced by fermentation process technology. This means, glucosamine used in this product is also an environmentally friendly and sustainable glucosamine alternative.
Particularly well suited for horses and dogs with heavy training, ageing or those, whose joints need extra support and rehabilitation.
horse 500 kg:
10-20 g / day.
<3 kg 1/4 tsp / day
3 - 5 kg 1/2 tsp / day
5 - 15 kg 2/3 tsp / day
15 - 30 kg for 1 tsp / day
30 - 45 kg 1,5 tsp / day
45-60 kg 1,5 - 2 tl / day
1 tsk = 4 g
Composition: glucosamine hydrochloride, of which 83% glucosamine is 830,000 mg / kg, chondroitin sulfate, of which 90% chondroitin is 900 000 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.