Ayurvedic Joint Health [Structural] provides nutritional support for the skeletal system. This system takes a lot of punishment: from heavy lifting, to sedentary living, to getting a less-than-optimal level of necessary nutrients.
Exercise and nutrition play very important roles in the development and strengthening of the skeletal system.
It is of the utmost importance to seek a balanced environment that will contribute to skeletal health.
Ayurvedic Joint Healths Western counterpart is Joint Support.
This formula contains the following:
Withania somnifera root
Commiphora mukul gum extract
Smilax china root
Boswellia serrata gum
Holarrhena antidysenterica bark
Paederia foetida leaf extract
Vitex negundo leaf extract
Apium graveolens seed
Boerhaavia diffusa root
Trachyspermum ammi fruit
Tribulus terrestris fruit
Cyperus rotundus tuber
Tinospora cordifolia stem
Trigonella foenum-graeceum seed
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily.
Yucca [Structural] grows abundantly in the southwestern U.S. and Mexico. The plant is also called soap root, with the reference to soap coming from a long historical use of the plants roots as a foaming cleanser.
Yucca contains large amounts of the steroid saponin, which accounts for its lathering ability. Saponins also support structural health due to their influence on joint health and function. The plant provides powerful nutritional support to the structural system.
Each capsule contains 490 mg yucca.
Take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily.
Valerian Root [Nervous] comes from the Latin valere, which means to be in good health.Â The plant grows in damp places throughout Europe, northern Asia, the U.S. and South America. It is well known for its odor during drying, which is akin to smelly socks or rotten cheese. Records of valerianÂs use go back more than 1,000 years. It was used as coffee by German women, as a condiment during medieval times and as a perfume during the 16th century.
The roots have been used for food by many cultures. The Piute Indians ground them to make flour, and the British used the roots in soups.
In addition to its many historical uses, modern herbalists use the root primarily to support special needs of the central nervous system.
Valerian Root [Nervous] comes from the Latin valere, which means Âto be in good health.Â Records of valerianÂs use go back more than 1,000 years. Modern herbalists use the root primarily to support special needs of the central nervous system. Valerian root aids in relaxing the body and providing gentle sleep support. Each capsule contains 410 mg valerian root.
Take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily.
Each capsule contains 410 mg valerian root.
Take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily. No. 720-0 (100)
Chondroitin [Structural] helps bond connective tissue to prevent tearing, and inhibits enzymes that can deplete cartilage nutrition. (Cartilage functions to protect bones from moving against each other and to reduce friction.) Chondroitin helps retain moisture in the joints, allowing for flexibility and resiliency, and cushioning against activities like jumping and lifting. In addition, chondroitin works with other nutrients like glucosamine to stimulate the rebuilding and maintenance of cartilage. The body produces chondroitin, but that production decreases as we grow older. Chondroitin can also be found in foods, but usually only in small amounts. Fortunately, the body absorbs chondroitin well, making supplementation a viable alternative. Each capsule contains 300 mg of chondroitin sulfate. Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily. Drink 8 oz. of NatureÂs Spring water along with the capsules.Stock No. 1811-5 (60)
Glucosamine [Structural] occurs naturally in the bodyÂs joints and cartilage and plays a key role in the structural system. As we age, our bodies become less efficient at manufacturing the elements necessary for healthy joint structure. Glucosamine works with nutrients like chondroitin to stimulate rebuilding and maintenance of cartilage. Now you can get glucosamine with the added nutritional benefits of uÃ±a de gato (catÂs claw), one of the worldÂs foremost tonic herbs. UÃ±a de gato grows in the highland rainforests of Peru, where it has been popular for centuries. UÃ±a de gato provides nutrients essential to the bodyÂs structural system, plus itÂs a premier metabolic tonic herb. ItÂs also called ÂOpener of the WayÂ for its cleansing properties. Each capsule blends 400 mg of glucosamine hydrochloride with 50 mg of uÃ±a de gato. Four capsules provide 1,600 mg of glucosamine. Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily.Stock No. 903-4 (60)
APS II® with White Willow Bark [Nervous] provides nutrients that aid proper nervous system function. White willow bark contains salicin, a compound chemically similar to salicylic acid. Salicin appears to help prevent the production of prostaglandins.
Valerian root provides additional nervous system support, including promoting feelings of relaxation. APS II with
White Willow Bark is a source of trace amounts of calcium and magnesium.
Its ingredients include:
White willow bark
Take 2 capsules with a meal three times daily. 100 capsules per bottle.