Arthro Heal Human, Arthro Heal Equine, Arthro Heal Dog & Cat

By: Gramme Revit Group  04-20-2011
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We would like to introduce to you our Arthritis treatment ARTHRO-HEAL.
 
Athro-Heal Human
Athro-Heal Equine
Athro-Heal Cat & Dogs
Our product is an oral liquid , which is a Hyaluronic acid/chondroitin complex and is revolutionary as there is no product like ours that can compete currently in the world with what we have to offer. The product has been researched and developed over thirty years and is highly effective.
 
For more detailed information regarding our products please take a look at our website
 
As you will see the Hyaluronic acid and chondroitin complex stimulates the body to produce its own synovial fluid and collagen matrix for  the cartilage regeneration. The uniqueness of our product allows the body to stimulate the synovial fluid and collagen matrix  for ALL joints of the body and sustains this for a period of 4 - 6 months. This can hold for a longer period of time before another course is needed dependent on the degree of arthritis the sufferer has. This means that the average arthritis sufferer will use 2 courses per year. Sould someone/or an animal have a more serious arthritis then we recommend  two courses one after another and then  +- 5 months later one course . 
Composition: Arthro Heal Human
 
1x 30ml/day
Hyaluron-Chondroitin-Complex 450 mg
Invert sugar 45g
Vitamin E ( tocopherol-acetate) 15 mg
Potassium sorbate 25 mg
 
 
There are no known side effects to the use of the product.
 
The Equine product meets the international doping requirements.
 

 

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