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I have noticed that pills and capsules usually contain both glucosamine and chondroitin. Does Syn-flex (Synflex) have chondroitin in it?

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I have noticed that pills and capsules usually contain both glucosamine and chondroitin. Does Syn-flex (Synflex) have chondroitin in it?

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A. Yes. The shark cartilage is comprised of approximately 20% chondroitin sulfate. Q. Why do you use shark cartilage to derive the chondroitin sulfate in Syn-flex? A. The two most common compounds that are used for chondroitin are bovine (Cow) trachea and shark cartilage. We chose to use shark cartilage over bovine due to the risk of BSE (Mad Cow Disease). Q. I know that most joint products contain glucosamine. What are some of these other ingredients all about? A. All of the ingredients contained in Syn-flex (Synflex) are there because they assist in building healthy joints. Without going into a lot of detail about them, boswellin, yucca, and omega 3 & 6 fatty acids each contribute to joint health and fight inflammation. Manganese and ascorbic acid are added to aid your body’s ability to produce and absorb glucosamine.

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