Synthovial 7 is a revolutionary breakthrough in the
treatment of joint pain. Now, a
much more affordable, oral solution is here which provides relief for all your
joints, not just the injection one, for a mere fraction of the price without any
painful or costly injections?
Cartilage in the joints provides a cushion between the
bones to allow the joints to move smoothly.
Hyaluronan is naturally present in the body as the synovial fluids that
lubricate the cartilage between joints. With
osteoarthritis, the cartilage and other structures of the joints begin to
In some people, a small amount of inflammation breaks
down the hyaluronan so that proper lubrication is lost.
Joints become stiff and movement is painful.
Hyaluronan has been used to date very successfully as a direct injection
into the affected area, costing hundreds of dollars per treatment.
Now with the highly refined hyaluronan present in Synthovial 7, a more
cost-effective orally absorbed solution to joint pain has become a reality!
This product is not manufactured from
cockscomb or any connective tissue!
What is Hyaluronic Acid? – Hyaluronic acid, or hyaluronan, is a naturally occurring linear polysaccharide. It is a common constituent in the tissues and is highly biocompatible and biodegradable. The viscous gel is one of the most hydrophilic molecules in nature and can be described as “nature’s moisturizer.” Cartilage in the joints provides a cushion between the bones to allow the joints to move smoothly. Synthovial fluid (hyaluronan) is naturally produced by the body and lubricates cartilage between the joints. In the case of osteoarthritis, the cartilage and other structures of the joints begin to breakdown. In some people, inflammation and wear and tear breaks down the hyaluronan so that proper lubrication is lost. Joints become stiff and movement is painful. Hyaluronan has been used effectively to date as an injection directly in the joint, costing hundreds of dollars per treatment.
Why is Synthovial 7 bio-available and can be taken orally? - The smaller molecular weight of hyaluronic acid extracted in our new process has a much higher absorption rate than injected hyaluronan and can be absorbed orally. The highly purified hyaluronan in Synthovial 7 presents a far-more cost-effective and convenient solution to joint pain than costly injections. The benefits of Synthovial 7 are also not limited to just the area that was injected. The results can be felt throughout the entire body.
Is Synthovial 7 a drug? - Synthovial 7 is 100% natural food supplement. Over 100 scientific articles in the last two years support beneficial effects of hyaluronic acid. There are no reported side effects or drug interactions. Synthovial 7, derived from hyaluronan, is a highly purified, elastiviscous fluid with properties similar to those of the synovial fluid in the joints of healthy young people
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