A clear understanding of Arthritis



People understand Arthritis to be a disease of the joints. Indeed, the symptoms of the disease manifest in the joints. But, it should be considered a disease of the entire body. Although the symptoms may appear in a particular part of the body, no disease is exclusive to that specific part. When a part of the body suffers, the rest of the body does get affected. Appreciation of this fact will help us take a holistic view of our bodies rather than treating it as an assembly of various organs and tissues.

Any disease ending in ‘tis’ at the end of its name indicates Inflammation. So, Arthritis is an inflammatory disease of the joints. One may ask if Inflammation is the cause of Arthritis or vice-versa?

We will discuss Osteoarthritis (OA) as this form of Arthritis is most common. The old concept of OA was that it is a wear and tear disease, which happens to people in older age. We will discuss the new findings on the causes of Osteoarthritis.

At Perfect Svasthya we do not associate a disease with old age. You may say that a disease is more common in old age, but you should not call any disease an “old age disease”. It is presumptuous that people in older age are unhealthy and prone to several diseases. The disease may be more common because most people do not lead a healthy lifestyle when young and hence experience health issues in their mature years.


In the 1980s, histopathology of the synovium in Osteoarthritis demonstrated abundant Inflammation in Osteoarthritic patients. Goldenberg et al. (1982) noted that inflammatory synovitis is often present in osteoarthritis (1).

Modern imaging modalities demonstrate that osteoarthritis is a complex of multi-tissue pathologies. It involves Inflammation of synovium, cartilage, and subchondral bone. The changes in synovium appear before visible cartilage degeneration has occurred. The synovium lining layer thickens, and it produces inflammatory cytokines. The modern imaging modalities and synovium examination has confirmed that synovium remains inflamed in all stages of Osteoarthritis. Several studies also demonstrate that synovitis (Inflammation of synovium) causes pain and poor function. We can therefore infer that synovitis is the first stage in the development of Osteoarthritis.

A 2017 review published in ‘Arthritis Research & Therapy’ by Alexander Mathiessen and Philip G. Connaghan indicates that synovitis is essentially osteoarthritis (2).

Role of Inflammation in causing Osteoarthritis

The Inflammation of the synovium naturally affects the functions of synovium, one of which is the secretion of synovial fluid. If the synovial fluid becomes insufficient, the friction between the bones will damage the articular cartilages.

Many scientific studies demonstrate that synovitis (inflammation of synovial membrane) is the cause of pain. What seems clear is that the solution for osteoarthritis is in addressing inflammation. Reduction of Inflammation reduces pain.

The top priority in treating Osteoarthritis is pain and inflammation. Two enzymes predominantly promote inflammation. They are cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and 5-Lipoxygenase (5-LO). By inhibiting the pathways of these enzymes, we can reduce pain and inflammation. The Inhibition should be only of COX-2 and not COX-1 because the latter produces prostaglandins that activate platelets and protect the lining of the stomach and intestines.

Several natural anti-inflammatory substances have been evaluated scientifically for their efficacy in alleviating pain and inflammation. They inhibit COX-2 without inhibiting COX-1. The most effective of the natural anti-inflammatory substances is Perna canaliculus – also known as Green Lipped Mussel. This species is from New Zealand.

What causes Osteoarthritis (OA)?

OA is a lifestyle inflammatory disease of the joints. It is painful and restricts free movements.

What are synovial or diarthrosis joints?

Synovial joints are the most flexible joints. A synovial membrane called synovium surrounds the joint creating a cavity.  The synovium secretes synovial fluid into the joint cavity for lubricating the joint. Examples of synovial joints are knees, hips, elbows, wrists, neck etc.

What is inflammation?

Inflammation is a protective response of the immune system to an injury or an invasion by a pathogen.

There are two types of inflammation

  • – Acute inflammation
  • – Chronic inflammation

Acute inflammation is temporary. It is a part of the immune response to achieve the following objectives:

  • – To eliminate the agent that causes injury to the cells. It does so by destroying and neutralizing the harmful agent.
  • – To remove the damaged tissue
  • – To generate a new tissue

Chronic inflammation

Chronic inflammation continues to persist because the causing agents do not disappear. This type of inflammation is a lifestyle condition, and it is associated with all chronic diseases, including arthritis.

Principal causes of chronic inflammation

  1. 1. Foods are the principal cause of inflammation.
  2. 2. Sedentary lifestyle
  3. 3. Improper sleeping habits
  4. 4. Inability to handle stress


What you eat, how you eat and when you eat can indicate the causes of chronic inflammation.

List of pro-inflammatory foods:

  • – Refined carbs
  • – Excessive sugar consumption
  • – Deep-fried foods and junk food
  • – Industrially produced foods with synthetic colors, flavors and preservatives
  • – Excessive alcohol consumption

Eating improperly can cause inflammation

  • – Eating in a hurry without completing mechanical digestion and without initiating the process of chemical digestion in the mouth
  • – Irregular eating habit
  • – Drinking water while eating (dilutes the digestive juices in the stomach, disrupting protein digestion)
  • – Viewing TV, mobile, newspapers etc. while eating; interferes with the digestive process

Eating at odd hours can cause inflammation

  • – Irregular timings; not eating when hungry or eating when not hungry
  • – Odd hour eating; midnight snacking

 [Real hunger is the body’s need for energy. Fake hunger is an addiction to a specific food.]

Other factors leading to Osteoarthritis

A sedentary lifestyle is a significant contributor

Joints do need loading and moving for the nourishment of the articular cartilages. A sedentary lifestyle can cause low-grade inflammation and bring you the misery of OA.

Poor sleeping habits lead to inflammation

Sleep is to restore your organs, tissues and cells that have slogged through the day. Not sleeping enough and sleeping at irregular hours are significant causes of inflammation.

Inability to handle stress

Stress is a causative factor in chronic inflammation. Low-grade inflammation can affect all parts of the body, including the synovium. Inflamed synovium is osteoarthritis (1), and it causes pain.

OA is preventable and reversible!

Osteoarthritis is a life spoiler. It can cause untold miseries. You must proactively make sincere efforts to free yourself from this debilitating condition.

Solution for Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a lifestyle disease. Making corrections in your lifestyle can reverse OA. Perfect Svasthya can provide you with a guideline on how to change the “Four Verticals” of lifestyle.

Lifestyle changes are also essential because they are responsible for causing Osteoarthritis (OA). Avoid eating inflammation producing foods as described above.

Include physical activities in your daily routine. Walking and Yoga are excellent. Stress can also cause inflammation. Meditation may help in managing stress.

To enjoy restorative sleep, make your dinner light and free from proteins. Maintain a gap of a minimum of 3 hours between your dinner and bedtime. Do not watch TV, cellular and computer screens at least an hour before you go to bed. All of them interfere with the production of melatonin in the brain that is essential for your quality sleep.

Movement is essential for joyful living. Do all you can to restore the wellness for your joints.


  1. 1. Inflammatory synovitis in degenerative joint disease. D L Goldenberg, M S Egan, A S Cohen. J Rheumatol. Mar-Apr 1982;9(2):204-9.
  2. 2. Synovitis in osteoarthritis: current understanding with therapeutic implications. Alexander Mathiessen, Philip G Conaghan. Arthritis Res Ther. 2017 Feb 2;19(1):18. doi: 10.1186/s13075-017-1229-9.

Stronger Joints For Better Life


You are literally your bones! Bones are what enable you to have a form and also enable you to move. The movement is due to the joints.  The bones in your joints are not in direct contact with one another. Your joints are cushioned by articular cartilage, synovial membranes around the joint, and lubricating fluid (synovial fluid). As you get older, the cartilage in your joints thins and the amount of lubricating fluid inside your joints decreases, making joint movement stiffer and less flexible. Joints feel stiff because of the tendency of ligaments to shorten and lose some of their flexibility over time.

Our team at Perfect Svasthya has over 40 years of combined expertise in the development, and production of dietary supplements. Our principal focus has been to formulate remarkable anti-inflammatory supplements. With plant extracts, specifically, those plants that Ayurveda has researched for more than 5,000 years, we create supplements. As an effective treatment for chronic inflammation, the Joints & Knees Kit improves all areas of the body where inflammation and discomfort may be present. It is also a good anti-aging supplement. The ingredients in the Joints & Knees Kit are all natural.

Every year, millions of people from diverse fields and backgrounds suffer from joint discomfort. 25% of adults experience joint pain due to arthritis or injury. Some common causes of joint pain are arthritis, connective tissue diseases, and vitamin D deficiency.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA): It causes swelling, inflammation, and pain in the joints. In patients with rheumatoid arthritis, the immune system attacks healthy cells in their body; it is essentially an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation in the affected body part. Rheumatoid arthritis can affect many joints at once but it commonly affects the joints in the wrists, hands, and knees.  It is usually characterized by severe pain, especially in areas with damaged tissues.

Gout: Generates flare-ups of uncomfortable joint inflammation. A gout attack can cause excruciating pain. The big toe is typically the first joint where gout first manifests itself, though it can also affect other joints. It is a relatively complex form of arthritis and it is quite common.

Vitamin D deficiency: Joint discomfort may be one indication that you severely lack this vitamin. Vitamin D is very essential for nourishing our bones. Lack of sufficient vitamin D could lead to knee pain, it may also cause muscle pain. Vitamin D deficiency can cause rheumatoid arthritis if proper care is not taken

Connective tissue diseases: All of the body’s tissues, including tendons, ligaments, skin, eyes, cartilage, bone, and blood vessels, are affected by when one is suffering from connective tissue diseases. Examples of connective tissue disease include scleroderma and systemic lupus erythematosus.


As we age, that cartilage that provides padding to the bones at the joint wears down leading to osteoarthritis. Although osteoarthritis can harm any joint, it usually affects the hands, knees, hips, and spine joints. The most prevalent type of arthritis is osteoarthritis as it affects millions of individuals worldwide.

 General Symptoms of Arthritis

  • – Pain; this characteristic of all forms of arthritis, the inflammation in the joints leads to painful joints
  • – It reduces mobility. You might not be able to move the affected area normally.
  • – Redness; the affected joint might be swollen and it could feel tender to the touch.
  • – Bone growths; around the afflicted joint, these excess pieces of bone that feel like hard lumps, can form.
  • – Swelling; Inflammation of the soft tissues near the joint may be the cause of this, it is usually accompanied by pain.

Factors that make you predisposed to Arthritis

  • – Age; as you get older you are at a higher risk of having arthritis
  • – Sex; depending on the type of arthritis, your sex determines the risk of having it. Women are more predisposed to rheumatoid and osteoarthritis while men are likely to have gout.
  • – Obesity; various ways of carrying more weight increase your chance of developing osteoarthritis. Weight gain puts additional strain on joints that support your body’s weight, like your hips and knees. Additionally, proteins produced by adipose tissue have the potential to injure your joints by inflaming the area around them.
  • – Joint injuries; injuries might make you more susceptible to arthritis, such as those sustained in sports or from accidents. Injuries can increase the risk of developing arthritis even if the injury happened years ago and is
  • – Stress; the constant strain on the joint can also increase the risk of developing arthritis.
  • – Heredity; certain people have an inherited susceptibility to getting arthritis.
  • – Bone malformations; some people are born with faulty cartilage or deformed joints.

What exactly is Inflammation?

Inflammation occurs when cells surround foreign bodies or sites of injuries. Inflammatory cells themselves are not bad for the joint but they become a problem when they “overstay their welcome” so to speak. Primarily, they aim to sort of localize damaged tissues and spread such contamination throughout the body

What is in the Joints & Knees Kit?

The Joints & Knees Kit contains all-natural, scientifically tested ingredients, specifically combined to relieve pain and rebuild cartilage to promote healthy joints. The Joints & knees kit is a special combination of Bromelain enzyme from pineapples, Boswellia serrata plant extract, and New Zealand Green Lipped Mussels (Perna canaliculus) extract. This formula supports knee mobility and works to maintain the health and flexibility of all the body’s joints.

Boswellia serrata extract

The Boswellia serrata tree is the source of the herbal extract known as Boswellia, also referred to as Indian frankincense. The Boswellia serrata tree is native to India, Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. It is frequently used by Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medicinal system.

In traditional Asian and African medicine, resin prepared from Boswellia extract has been used for centuries. It’s thought to treat several other medical conditions as well as chronic inflammatory diseases.

Chemicals found in Boswellia serrata may reduce edema and boost the immune system. Boswellia serrata extract can also be used for osteoarthritis. It has remarkable anti-inflammatory properties, it nourishes the skin and stomach.

Bromelain extracts

The stem, fruit, and juice of the pineapple plant are used to make the protein-digesting enzyme combination known as bromelain. It has a long history of being utilized, mainly in Central and South America, to treat medical conditions. Along with the other components of the Joints and Knees Kit, bromelain can help reduce inflammation.

In addition, it can be used as a digestive aid, it is also used to treat osteoarthritis and ease aching muscles. Bromelain’s anti-inflammatory and analgesic characteristics make it a potent remedy for osteoarthritis-related pain, soft-tissue swelling, and joint stiffness. Blood platelets can’t cling together or cluster together when exposed to bromelain (aggregation). This might reduce the risk of cardiovascular problems and clot formation.

Fish oil

Omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in fish oil can lessen chronic inflammation, thus reducing the risk of cancer, heart disease, and other diseases. To minimize inflammation and support bone and joint health, the joints & knees kit contains high-quality fish oil with long-chain Omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). Omega-3 fatty acids reduce heart disease risk factors, battle depression and anxiety, and support brain function.

Omega-3 fatty acids are not produced naturally by your body; it has to be included in your diet. We’ve included it in our supplement so you can benefit from it. They play a significant role in the membranes that surround our cells and support the healthy operation of numerous tissues, including our brains. It aids in reducing inflammation, which can ease general joint pain and knee pain.

Green-lipped mussels

Chondroitin sulfate, a naturally occurring component in connective tissues including joints and bones, and present in green-lipped mussels, may have anti-inflammatory effects similar to those of aspirin. The mussels are also a superb source of iron, selenium, several B vitamins, and a rich source of zinc in addition to these anti-inflammatory elements. We freeze-dry the extract at low temperature to remove water content in order retain nutrients and provide stability before packaging. We import green lipped mussel extract from New Zealand, where it is official policy to market products as “Made in New Zealand.” It strictly regulates the mussel cultivation process. Green-lipped mussels are cultivated in the waters of the Marlborough Sounds, and these waters are frequently examined for purity and the lack of viruses and germs. The mussels from New Zealand are therefore suitable for human consumption.

How does it work?

Chronic synovial inflammation, which affects the membrane that secretes synovial fluid, is brought on by an unhealthy, unbalanced diet and a lack of exercise. The secretion of lubricating and nourishing fluid is subsequently disrupted, which causes damage to the cartilages and other joint components. Your joints hurt because of synovium inflammation. The Joints & Knees Kit’s active component, which targets and reduces inflammation to treat joint pain, is able to do so because it has a special combination of anti-inflammatory agents.

It aids in cellular coordination and communication because it is high in mucopolysaccharides. Anticoagulation, wound healing, and healthy cell growth and proliferation are all benefits to be enjoyed by our supplement. It is also good for digestion, immunity, and skin. The Joints & Knees Kit addresses inflammation, pain and the repair of damaged cartilages and other tissues of joints. The dual approach is what sets the joint & knees kit distinct from other options.

What are customers saying about the Joints & Knees Kit

We put your chances at 80% based on the reviews we have received from customers who have used the Joints & Knees Kit. It takes about 15 days to get relief based on customer review. It is a top-notch dietary addition.  It is highly unlikely that you won’t be pleased with the outcomes if you use the Joints & Knees Kit consistently for three months. However, you can cancel your subscription in the first month if for whatever reason you are not happy with the outcomes.

Is it safe?

We investigate the synergistic effects of sea and plant nutrition to use in a potent formulation   to support joints health based on our preclinical and clinical research findings. The goal of this approach is to maximize the synergistic effects of sea nutrition and Ayurvedic herbs in order to relieve joint inflammation and bring about pain relief.

We adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guidelines that are similar to those used by the pharmaceutical industry in our FDA-registered manufacturing facility.

The Joint & Knees Kit satisfies the highest requirements for quality and safety because we are an International Standards Organization (ISO) registered facility.

The ingredients in the Joints & Knees Kit are 100 percent natural and pure. Pregnant women can use the Joints & Knees Kit without any concerns. But before taking it, we recommended that you check with your doctor if you are pregnant or lactating. There are absolutely no negative effects. It is also a potent dietary supplement for anti-aging.


Orders delivered within the United States are delivered quickly using USPS First Class mail. Approximately 5-7 business days should pass before the Joints & Knees Kit reaches your mailing address. You will receive an email with the status of your order.

We are positive that as you start this fruitful journey with us it will ensure you are able to live life to its fullest by having strong, functional joints that are able to carry stronger for longer………the Joints & knees kit is it!

What is Osteoarthritis



What is Osteoarthritis


Millions of people worldwide suffer from osteoarthritis, the most prevalent kind of arthritis. In Osteoarthritis, the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones gradually deteriorates (2).

It often develops as you age and the changes occur slowly over the years. Your joint becomes painful, swollen, and deformed as a result of inflammation and damage, which also affects the joint’s bony structure and results in the degeneration of the tendons, ligaments, and cartilage (1).


Generally, there are two major classifications of Osteoarthritis:

1. Primary type: This commonly will affect your fingers, the knee joint, the spine, hips, and the big toes.

2. Secondary type: This is commonly seen when you have a preexisting joint condition such as trauma, repetitive sports injury, inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis, and other genetic and metabolic joint disorders (1).


What are the joints affected?

Osteoarthritis can affect any joint in your body but most often than not, you are more likely to be affected in the knee, spine, hips, hands, and the big toes


The Knee

Knee osteoarthritis is a relatively frequent condition. This is most likely a result of your knee having to support your weight while also enduring tremendous strains, twists, and spins. Having osteoarthritis in both knees is common (5).


As an athlete who concentrates more on one sport that causes you to have a repetitive movement that involves continuous use of your knee such as in running, you may be at high risk for knee osteoarthritis.

This will result in you experiencing knee pain, weakness, and instability of the knee (3).


The Hip

Hip osteoarthritis is another prevalent condition that can affect one or both of your hips. A ball-and-socket joint with a typically wide range of motion is the hip joint. It carries a lot of your weight as well. Men and women both experience hip osteoarthritis on an equal basis (5).


The Spine

If you experience back discomfort, you may have spinal osteoarthritis. The facet joints found all over the spine are impacted by this illness.


The main risk factors for spinal osteoarthritis include aging and spinal trauma. You may also be more vulnerable if you are overweight or work a job that requires standing and squatting.


The severity of spinal osteoarthritis symptoms can vary. They consist of:

  • – stiffness or sensitivity in your back’s joints
  • – arm or leg weakness, numbness, or tingling
  • – a smaller range of motion
  • – You should pay close attention to these signs. If left untreated, spinal osteoarthritis can deteriorate, resulting in more severe symptoms (3).


The Wrist and Hand

The diagnosis of nodal osteoarthritis frequently includes hand osteoarthritis. This primarily affects women and frequently begins around menopause. Although other finger joints can also be affected, it often affects the joints at the base of your thumb and the tips of your fingers (5).


The Ankle and Foot

The base of your big toe is mostly affected by foot osteoarthritis. The ankle is not commonly affected (5).


Who can be Affected by Osteoarthritis?

If you are post-menopausal you are more predisposed to knee osteoarthritis and osteoporosis which typically manifests as joint pain. The older you get, the more you are at risk of having osteoarthritis irrespective of your gender.


Studies estimated that more than 240 million adults worldwide have osteoarthritis but this is more if you are in the United States where over 30 million adults are affected of which osteoarthritis of the knee is most common (1).


What are the Causes of Osteoarthritis?

Although, the main cause of osteoarthritis is not known it is due mostly to damages that occur in your joints and the effects of the damages tend to get worse over time and this is why age is one of the biggest risks. That is, the older you get, the more wear and tear effects you will have on your joints (3).


When the cartilage in your knee joint breaks down or is damaged, osteoarthritis of the knee results. On the ends of your bones, there is a firm, rubbery tissue called articular cartilage that allows you to bend and move. Your knee’s meniscal cartilage cushions the impact of pressure.


Your cartilage acts as a shock absorber for your body, shielding it from jolts and jolts. If you go on many bumpy roads, your shocks will quickly wear out. Your shocks will last longer if you drive on smooth roads (4).


Injuries to the joints can also result from:

  • – An injury in the past, such as a torn cartilage, dislocated joints, ligament damage, joint deformity
  • – Obesity
  • – faulty posture (3).


Your likelihood of having osteoarthritis is increased by many risk factors. They consist of:

  • – an injury history
  • – having obesity or being overweight
  • – faulty posture
  • – having a different type of arthritis or diabetes that has an impact on your ability to move freely
  • – having a job that requires kneeling, climbing, heavy lifting, or similar acts
  • – Your gender can predispose you to osteoarthritis
  • – When you are fifty years and above
  • – Menopause; is due to your decreased level of estrogen.
  • – Family history of osteoarthritis (3).


How do you know if you have Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis’ primary symptoms are joint pain and, occasionally, stiffness in the afflicted joints. When you move the joint or towards the end of the day, the pain is typically worse. After resting, your joints could feel stiff, but if you start moving, this normally passes quite quickly. There may be random variations in symptoms. Alternatively, you might discover that your symptoms change based on what you’re doing.


Sometimes, the affected joint may be enlarged. Swelling could be due to the development of additional bone, the finger joints are particularly stiff and knobby. It can also be soft. This softness is brought on by an increase in joint fluid and a thickening of the joint lining.


The joint might not move as easily or as far as usual, and moving it might cause it to make grinding or crackling noises. It’s known as crepitus. The muscles around the joint might occasionally appear weak or slender. Because of weakening muscles or a less stable joint structure, the joint may occasionally give way (5).


Treatment of Osteoarthritis

Although there is currently no cure for osteoarthritis, there are therapies that help ease the symptoms and let you resume your daily activities. These consist of:

  • – changes in lifestyle
  • – medicines that reduce pain
  • – Physiotherapy
  • – Supplements and alternative medicine


Changes in lifestyle

You should pay close attention to your weight control, ensuring you have adequate sleep and exercise.



Exercise makes the muscles around your joints stronger, which may ease stiffness. At least once every other day, try to engage in physical activity for 20 to 30 minutes. Pick mild, low-impact exercises like swimming or walking. Yoga and tai chi can both reduce pain and increase joint flexibility (3).


Weight Control

Having extra weight can strain your joints and hurt them. Losing some weight eases this pressure and lessens pain. Your chance of developing additional health issues, such as diabetes and heart disease, can be reduced by maintaining a healthy weight (3).


Sufficient Relaxation

Muscle relaxation helps reduce edema and inflammation. Don’t overdo it and treat yourself with kindness. Additionally, getting adequate sleep at night can improve how well you handle the pain (3).


Medicine that Reduces Pain

Several different kinds of osteoarthritis drugs may be able to help you feel better. They include:


Oral analgesics. While acetaminophen (Tylenol) and other painkillers can help with pain management, they cannot treat edema.


Topical analgesics. These products come in cream, gel, and patch forms. They can provide pain relief, especially for minor arthritis pain, by helping to numb the area around your joints.


Medications that are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAIDs). You can lessen swelling and pain by using NSAIDs like naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn) and ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin).


Corticosteroids. These prescription medicines can be taken orally. You could also get them by getting an injection right into your joint. Cortisone and triamcinolone acetonide are two examples (Kenalog-40, Zilretta).


Cymbalta. Your doctor might advise you to use the medication duloxetine (Cymbalta), which even the FDA has licensed for the management of musculoskeletal pain (3).



After your first visit, your doctor might refer you to see a physiotherapist who will help in your treatment to help improve the function of your joints.


Supplements and alternative medicine

There is evidence to support the use of dietary supplements and herbal treatments to treat arthritis or its symptoms in many instances, and you may also gain from them.


Some of the supplements you can use for osteoarthritis are listed below.

The Joints & Knees kit


With the Joints & Knees Kit, you can quickly relieve joint discomfort and restore your cartilage for healthy joints and lasting mobility. In less than 14 days, get pain relief with the Joints & Knees Kit.


Sustained usage of the Joints & Knees Kit can help ease your discomfort, regenerate cartilage in your joints, and restore the healthy mobility you deserve, whether you’re suffering from arthritis, an injury, or simply a sedentary lifestyle.


It contains the Green Lipped Mussels Extract, Boswellia Serrata Extract, Bromelain Extract, and Fish Oil with Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Fish oil is a dietary source of omega-3 essential fatty acids and omega-3 plays a potent role in addressing pain and inflammation.



It is believed that chondroitin, which is present in the body naturally, aids in giving cartilage flexibility. For at least two months, don’t anticipate any progress. Additionally, it is doubtful that chondroitin can help you if your cartilage is severely injured (5).



This is naturally seen in your ligaments, tendons, and cartilage (5).


Complications of Osteoarthritis

Your joint pain and stiffness may go bad enough to make going about your everyday business challenging. The pain and limitations of osteoarthritis can lead to depression and sleep problems (2).



  1. 1. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/5599-osteoarthritis
  2. 2. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/osteoarthritis/symptoms-causes/syc-20351925#:~:text=Osteoarthritis%20is%20the%20most%20common,%2C%20knees%2C%20hips%20and%20spine
  3. 3. https://www.healthline.com/health/osteoarthritis
  4. 4. https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/21750-osteoarthritis-knee#:~:text=Osteoarthritis%20of%20the%20knee%20happens%20when%20the%20cartilage%20in%20your,progress%20and%20ease%20your%20symptoms.
  5. 5. https://www.versusarthritis.org/about-arthritis/conditions/osteoarthritis/