Glucosamine Cream with MSM soothes aches and pains
- Helps maintain the mobility of healthy joints
- Soothes aches and pains
- With glucosamine and methyl sulphonyl methane (MSM)
- MSM increases the absorption of glucosamine when applied to the skin
- Contains menthol and Japanese mint (Mentha arvensis) as well as herbal extracts of butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus) and Hawaiian white ginger lily (Hedychium coronarium)
- The raw materials comply with government regulations in the EC and Scandinavia
- Manufactured in compliance with pharmaceutical standards
Bio-Glucosamine + MSM Cream
Massage into the skin 2 - 3 times daily in gentle circular motions.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
Pregnant or lactating women and those on medication should consult a doctor before using this product.
One tube contains: 75 ml
Solvent: Aqua, Emollient: Polydecene, Glucosamine, Dimethyl sulfone, Emollient: Glyceryl Stearate, Emollient: Cetyl Alcohol, Emollient: Glycerin, Ruscus aculeatus root extract, Emulsifier: PEG-40 castor oil, Menthol, Mentha arvensis leaf extract*, Hedychium coronarium root extract, Solvent: Alcohol, Thickener: Xanthan Gum, Preservative: Methylparaben, Preservative: Propylparaben. *Contains d-limonene.
About Bio-Glucosamine + MSM Cream
Bio-Glucosamine+MSM cream contains glucosamine, the sulfur preparation MSM, and Japanese mint and herbal extracts of butcher’s broom and Hawaiian white ginger lily.
Glucosamine is a small water-soluble molecule (an amino-monosaccharide) that the body itself can produce. However, this production is reduced with increasing age. Glucosamine is included as a building block in the union of glycosaminoglycan and hyaluronic acid, both of which contribute to the construction of joint cartilage.
MSM also increases transdermal (through skin) absorption of glucosamine.
It is recommended to clean and dry and the skin prior to application. Gently massage the cream into the skin on painful areas until the skin has absorbed the cream. Use 2-3 times daily.
What is MSM?
MSM (methyl sulphonyl methane) is a white, odorless substance containing 34% sulfur. In the body, MSM occurs naturally in bones, collagen, and connective tissues. MSM is also found in grain products, legumes, eggs, and red meat.
The cartilage in a young and healthy knee joint is intact so it can serve as a protective cushion that absorbs shock and impact. The best way to maintain healthy cartilage is by making sure to stimulate the joint through regular use. In fact, the compression and decompression of the cartilage tissue that happens when you use a joint is necessary to ensure that the supportive nutrients enter the cartilage and waste products are removed. The nutrients serve as building blocks in the upkeep of strong and elastic cartilage.
Healthy joints and cartilage are important for maintaining quality of life. The better your joints function, the easier it is for you to stay physically active and enjoy the different activities that help you stay youthful and fit.
When to avoid glucosamine
If you are allergic (hypersensitive) to glucosamine, to shellfish, or to any of the ingredients in the cream, do not use Glucosamine Cream with MSM. The glucosamine is derived from shellfish.