Yienxi Brand Shrimp, Crab, and Oyster Compound Tablets Joint Health, Agile as the Wind
Main Ingredients: Sorbitol, Shrimp Powder, Crab Powder, Oyster Powder, Salmon Fish Powder, Sodium Hyaluronate, Edamame (Soybeans), Broccoli
Ingredient Content: Each tablet contains Vitamin D3 200IU, Glucosamine 600mg, Calcium 100mg, MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) 100mg, Chondroitin 50mg, Devil’s Claw Root 50mg, Hyaluronic Acid 5mg
Product Specification: 1.3g × 90 tablets
Usage: Take 2 tablets daily
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Refrigerate after opening.
- Middle-aged and elderly individuals, as well as those with joint discomfort
- Patients with arthritis, joint pain, and swelling
- Patients with frozen shoulder, cervical spondylosis, rheumatism, osteophytes, sciatica, and fractures
- Those who wish to prevent joint diseases, including rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis
- Natural ingredients, complex formula.
- Utilizes high-quality extracts of shrimp, crab, oyster, fish bones, etc., to obtain glucosamine, chondroitin, calcium, Vitamin D, hyaluronic acid, and other components. Formulated through a unique process, this complex product offers better, more effective, and more stable results than single-component supplements.
- A high-content, high-quality dietary supplement aimed at daily joint health and promoting cartilage tissue health in middle-aged and elderly individuals.
Shrimp shells, crab powder, and other ingredients can extract high-purity glucosamine. Glucosamine is commonly present in joint tissues such as cartilage and ligaments in the human body. It stimulates the reconstruction of injured cartilage and encourages cartilage cells to produce more collagen, proteoglycans, and glycosaminoglycans. The more glucosamine in cartilage, the more collagen, proteoglycans, and glycosaminoglycans are produced, and the more synovial fluid can be absorbed, resulting in healthier joint cartilage. As the body ages, the rate of glucosamine synthesis cannot keep up with its breakdown, leading to a gradual deficiency of glucosamine in the body and joints. This affects the metabolic processes within the joints, and with prolonged use, the surface of joint cartilage can wear away, leading to pain and inflammation, known clinically as osteoarthritis. It can also be caused by physical activity or injuries, resulting in cartilage damage and joint pain. Currently, almost one-sixth of the global population is affected by pain caused by arthritis.
Fish bone powder contains natural chondroitin, a major component of joint fluid and nearby tissue padding. It can help synovial fluid become smoother, more elastic, and stimulate the growth of connective tissues (such as cartilage), rebuilding gradually lost cartilage.
Oyster powder contains taurine, choline, protein, and minerals like zinc and iron, including a rich amount of calcium. Calcium is the most abundant and needed mineral in the human body, particularly during the growth phase. Calcium is essential for building teeth, bones, and for the proper function of the nervous and muscular systems. In children during development, the need for calcium is even more critical. Prolonged calcium deficiency can lead to osteoporosis, negatively affecting nerve transmission, muscle contraction, and hormonal balance, and may even hinder intellectual development. Adequate calcium intake can prevent osteoporosis. Exercise and sufficient calcium can reduce the risk of bone fractures in the elderly.
Salmon fish powder also contains Vitamin D, which promotes calcium absorption. Vitamin D has two sources: dietary intake and conversion from cholesterol within the body. When the skin is exposed to sunlight, cholesterol in the skin is converted into Vitamin D, making sunlight the primary source of Vitamin D in the body. Vitamin D’s main function is to assist in the intestinal absorption of calcium and phosphorus.
Sodium hyaluronate can separate a large amount of hyaluronic acid (HA) in the human body, which exists in all bones, connecting tissues, joints, tendons, and cartilage structures throughout the body, especially in a type of cartilage known as hyaline cartilage. It covers the ends of bones and provides cushioning. Because HA helps cushion bones and provides wear resistance, it can be used to alleviate pain and tenderness associated with degenerative joint diseases. It’s also found in another crucial part of our joints, the synovium, which forms a coating on the surface of two joint bones and produces synovial fluid. Synovial fluid is a type of “mucus” that helps joints absorb shock, maintain elasticity, and deliver nutrients to cartilage.