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226ERS Coll Egg. Food supplement based on eggshell membrane, plants and calcium. It is a natural product with a wide variety of protein and essential nutrients obtained from OVOMET® eggshell membrane. This membrane reduces joint pain and regenerates connective tissues. It also favours the maintenance of bones, ligaments and tendons, slowing down the degenerative processes of the joints, improves flexibility and reduces inflammation of the joints and promotes cartilage regeneration.
- OVOMET® eggshell membrane, a natural product rich in protein and essential nutrients obtained from the eggshell membrane. Serves for the treatment of joint associated pain and stiffness, reducing pain and inflammation, regenerating cartilage, strengthening and affording flexibility to the joints, as well as treatment of rheumatic diseases, prevents joint injuries, promotes activation and modulation of the immune system.
- OVOCET® Calcium. It is the source of more easily and naturally assimilated calcium. Combines calcium carbonate with transport proteins for maximum absorption compared with other sources of calcium.
- Turmeric offers many health benefits, one of the most important being that it helps to relieve the aches and pains of arthritis.
- Black pepper is a highly antioxidant spice which prevents the oxidation of cells and aids correct cell function.
- Boswellia serrata: a herb commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for arthritis and osteoarthritis. Effective against the pain and inflammation of this disease. Boswellic acid acts as the active, anti-inflammatory ingredient. Relieves pain in arthritic joints.
- Gluten-free, sugar-free, lactose-free
Amount: 60 capsules
Consumption: It is recommended to take one capsule a day and, in case of intensive treatment, 2 capsules.
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