On a day-to-day basis, we put a lot of demands on our joints. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) nearly 1 out of 5 could benefit from joint support, and that percentage only increases as adults get older.
Arthocin(R) is a combination of studied botanical ingredients that support:
These ingredients work together to support healthy, mobile joints with no stomach irritation.*
BCM-95(R) Curcumin combines curcumin extract from turmeric (Curcuma longa) with turmeric essential oils for naturally enhanced absorption. It has up to 10 times the absorption of plain curcumin extracts, and up to 12 hours blood retention time at meaningful levels. BCM-95(R) Curcumin has been clinically shown to support joint comfort.*
BosPure(R) Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) is a clinically studied, effective boswellia with >10% AKBA, the herb's key compound for joint comfort. This is up to 10 times the AKBA of unstandardized boswellia. BosPure(R) is also screened to reduce beta-boswellic acid to <5%, which heightens its effectiveness further. Combined with BCM-95(R) Curcumin, BosPure(R) Boswellia has been shown in clinical research to support joint comfort and health.*
Devil's claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) was shown in a scientific study to increase hyaluronic acid synthesis in chondrocytes - the collagen-producing cells in cartilage - by up to 41%!* The devil's claw in Arthocin is standardized at 20% harpagosides - a key component for the best benefits - where most other products are either unstandardized or only standardized for 2% of harpagosides.
Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), also known as Amla, has a long history of use. It is a potent antioxidant and has been shown in scientific research to support healthy collagen. It is highly concentrated, and takes 25 pounds of fruit to make a single pound of extract!*
Q. Can ArthocinTM be taken with Curamin(R)?
A. Yes, both Arthocin and Curamin can be used together. Curamin is an excellent formula for providing immediate benefits, and Arthocin can be used long-term for daily maintenance.
Q. Why is the BosPure(R) in Arthocin screened to reduce beta-boswellic acid?
A. While most boswellic acids are associated with positive benefits, not all of them are beneficial. Beta-boswellic acid has been shown to be problematic and can interfere with the activity of the other boswellic acids. By ensuring at least 10% or more acetyl-11-keto-β- boswellic acid (AKBA), and screening beta-boswellic acid, to purify to less than 5%, BosPure(R) is able to provide much greater benefit than most standard boswellic extracts, some of which have up to 15-25% beta-boswellic acid!