Confident Move by Physis Laboratory is a dietary supplement which contains Glucosamine Hydrochloride, Rosehip extracts, Acerola which contain Vitamin C, Bamboo, Equisetum, Boswellia and Manganese. Manganese helps maintain the physiological condition of the bone and the normal formation of connective tissue. Vitamin C encourages normal collagen formation for normal bone and cartilage function.
Glucosamine Hydrochloride encourages new cartilage tissue formation, stops osteoarthritis from progressing and even reverses it. Glucosamine can reduce osteoarthritis symptoms even by 80%. Research has shown that Glucosamine is equivalent to conventional medicines, injectable extracts and vitamins in matters of osteoarthritis symptoms relief. Rosehip fruit is rich in antioxidants, carotenoids and vitamin C and according to clinical studies it is a strong painkiller and reduces the need for analgesics. Vitamin C, coming from the Rosehip and Acerola fruit, encourages normal collagen formation and normal bone and cartilage function. MSM is a powerful antioxidant with main mechanism of action the sulfur providement, which is one of the main elements found in connective tissue. Manganese helps maintain the physiological condition of the bone and normal connective tissue formation. Boswellia extract has strong anti-inflammatory action due to its high Boswellic acid content. Bamboo shoot extract is rich in sulfur, which is important for maintaining and forming healthy connective tissue. Equisetum extract has strong antioxidant action and along with its sulfur content helps reduce osteoarthritis symptoms.
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