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These days, our dogs also have a longer life expectancy. This, of course, makes us happy! However, like us, they also increasingly suffer from aching joints or a painful musculoskeletal system.
Unfortunately, we usually realise it only very late that they are in pain, often at a time when the disease already has considerably progressed. Besides this, many dogs also suffer from illnesses like hip dysplasia congenitally.
Different plant extracts (Wilow bark and Phyteuma) are enhanced by vitamins and L-Carnitine in a perfectly balanced combination.
Following the example of nature, the formula's composition promotes the interplay of the selected vital substances. As a result, all nutrients will be absorbed by the dog's body in the most efficient way. The joint cartilages and tendons will get a balanced supply of aiding nutrients, and your dog will once again have fun moving.
For thousands of years, willow bark has been used as a natural remedy for both pain and fever. From salicin, one of its active ingredients, salicylic acid is produced and forms, even today, the basis of the commonly used painkiller acetylsalicylic acid.
In Africa, Devil’s Claw (harpagophytum) has traditionally been used to relieve pain. Its active ingredients are contained within the root. In laboratory experiments, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects have been observed.
These medicinal plants are combined with glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), which are extracted from the New Zealand green-lipped mussel. The organic substances hyaluronic acid, glucosamine and chondroitin are used to ensure that cartilage, ligaments, tendons and connective tissue can continuously build and degrade. Glucosamine is an amino sugar, which serves as a raw material for the entire connective and supporting tissue, skin and the arterial walls, and as such is of vital importance.
Vitamins C and E, as antioxidants, are able to bind to free radicals and protect important metabolites and genetic material. This is especially important if the dog is already stricken by pain.
Furthermore, we have added the essential amino acids carnitine, methionine and lysine. These cannot be produced by the body itself. As such, an adequate intake from external sources is of considerable importance, especially as these amino acids are concerned with energy metabolism and play a key role in the regulation of lipid metabolism.