Cartigen D Max is a comprehensive joint support nutritional supplement. Cartigen D Max contains glucosamine sulfate potassium chloride 1500 mg and vitamin D3 200 IU.
Cartigen D Max contains glucosamine sulphate, which helps reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis viz joint pain, swelling and joint immobility.
Glucosamine, available in Cartigen D Max is in the preferred crystalline form, which offers good absorption and also longer duration of action.
From makers of Supracal and Cartigen family
Crystalline form: Most effective form of Glucosamine provides higher efficacy in long-term management of osteoarthritis due to high bioavailability and high absorption rate
Vitamin D present in Cartigen D Max is micellized form, which offers higher absorption in comparison to conventional form of Vitamin D
Patient compliance dosage: Advantage of therapeutic dosage of once daily
Excellent safety profile: Can be given for long term even in elderly, reduces dependency of Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs / Pain killer usage, Safe in cardiac patients
Glucosamine is a major building block of glycosaminoglycans, proteins that form part of cartilage (the tough bone protein that lines the surfaces of bones). It plays an essential role in the maintenance of joint health including the production of new cartilage. Glucosamine sulphate significantly alleviates pain and also improves cartilage and synovial fluid formation in the joints.
Glucosamine is available in two forms, glucosamine hydrochloride (HCl) and Glucosamine Sulphate (2KCl), we always recommend the sulphate form as it this compound that has been used in pretty much all the clinical studies. Some companies favour the hydrochloride form but we see this as a commercial decision rather than one based on any sound clinical evidence. Cartigen D Max provides glucosamine in sulphate form.
The 2KCl part of the compound Glucosamine Sulphate 2KCl is simply potassium chloride, a harmless non sodium salt that is used to stabilise the Glucosamine. The amount of potassium in 2 of our 1000mg tablets is just 240mg, which is a small but useful contribution to the potassium recommended daily intake of 3500mg. It is now recognized that the typical modern day diet often falls short of this essential mineral.
The level generally recommended is 1500mg of glucosamine sulphate 2KCl for those with specific joint problems. Most studies have suggested that glucosamine needs to be taken for at least a month before any beneficial effects will be seen. Cartigen D Max provides 1500 mg glucosamine sulphate.
Pain killers or NSAIDs cause many side effects like nausea, acidity, vomiting etc. Cartigen range of products has comparable pain relieving effect with no side effects.
Even though glucosamine is technically a type of sugar, it doesn’t appear to affect blood sugar levels or insulin sensitivity. As with any dietary supplement, talk to your doctor before you add glucosamine to your daily regimen.
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