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Squalene exogene chondro


Arthritis, arthrosis, gout, spinal disc degeneration, sciatica, rheumatism, tendon weakness, joint degeneration, osteoporosis, fingernails, calcium deficiency, cartilage degeneration, bone fracture ...


Composition :
100% Squalene exogene chondro - 450 mg

Part used :
Shark cartilage

For many centuries, sharks have been caught as a by-catch and their meat mostly appreciated as a delicacy. So it came almost as a surprise when it was discovered that the skeleton, which consists entirely of cartilage, can be very helpful in restoring flexibility in humans by regenerating bone cartilage and joint fluid. Dried and powdered shark cartilage may be beneficial in treating painful arthrosis and help in speeding up recovery after bone fractures - observations confirmed by many medical doctors.

Shark cartilage mostly stems from New Zealand, where the water of the coast lines is clean and abundant with shark. Shark cartilage contains calcium (approx. 15%), phosphor (8%), chondroitin sulfate, mycopolysaccarides and squalamine.

Squalamine is presently a focus in research to help determine its role/benefits in treating cancer (see also the 1992 book Sharks Don’t Get Cancer).

History: Research into shark cartilage was undertaken as early as 1955, when Dr. Serge Orloff of the University of Brussels, Belgium, used shark cartilage successfully on a number of patients. Dr. Prudden and Dr. Balassa subsequentlyconducted a study on 28 patients, 19 of which improved greatly, 6 of which showed some improvement (3 remained unchanged). Studies conducted by Dr. Atassi of the Jules Bordet Research Institute in Brussels demonstrated that oral use of dried shark cartilage produces best results.

Note: Sharks are not being hunted for shark cartilage; they are a by-catch of regular fishing (i.e. not only teir meat or fins, but the entire catch is used).

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Take 1-2 capsules 3 times daily, with plenty of water.