Healtheries Jointex Glucosamine 1000+ 新西蘭葡萄糖胺 1000mg

Model: 10006

中國 , 香港 , 澳門 , 台灣


產地:  New Zealand

1000mg x 120粒






Each Tablet Contains:

Glucosamine Sulphate – Potassium Chloride Complex 1000 mg
Copper (as Sulphate) 166mcg
Manganese (as Amino Acid Chelate) 500mcg
Citrus Bioflavonoids 50mg
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 50mg
Zinc (as Oxide) 2mg
Contains No:
Wheat, gluten, yeast, sugar, corn, starch, colour, flavour, preservatives, milk derivatives.

Glucosamine sulfate

  • Your body produces glucosamine naturally from nutrients it takes in from your diet. It uses this glucosamine as a building block to help repair damaged cartilage. However, as you get older, or if you are injured, your body produces less natural glucosamine. 
  • Glucosamine is a source of specific protein-carbohydrate compounds that help to nourish the cartilage tissues in your joints. 
  • Glucosamine sulfate is glucosamine that is bound to sulfur to keep it stable. Glucosamine sulfate is derived from shrimp, prawn or crab shells. 
  • Glucosamine sulfate supplements have been scientifically shown to help relieve joint pain. 
  •  They can also help to ease joint swelling and inflammation, and may reduce joint stiffness.


  • Your body uses Copper to maintain healthy joints, tendons and ligaments. This mineral stimulates the process of forming collagen and elastin fibres in muscle and tendon tissues. 
  • Copper may help to relieve some of the joint pain of osteo- or rheumatoid arthritis. This may be the reason that people with arthritis and joint pain have traditionally worn copper bracelets. 
  • Your body also uses Copper to form bones, and help heal fractures.


  • Your joints use Manganese to produce compounds that help to build healthy cartilage. 
  • Combining Manganese with glucosamine may help to relieve some of the pain and inflammation from both osteo- and rheumatoid arthritis. 
  • Manganese also seems to play a part in muscle co-ordination and reflexes, bone strength, and in reducing injury healing time.

Citrus bioflavonoids

  • Citrus bioflavonoids are strongly antioxidant compounds found in citrus fruit. 
  • Your body uses them to strengthen blood vessels and help it repair bruised/damaged tissue.

Vitamin C

  • Vitamin C can help to slow cartilage breakdown, and helps your body to produce the compounds it needs to repair damaged cartilage. 
  • Vitamin C may also help to reduce joint inflammation and pain in bursitis and rheumatoid arthritis. 
  • Your body uses Vitamin C to maintain healthy connective tissue (tendons & ligaments), bones and blood vessels 
  • Vitamin C may help to speed up the natural healing process for sprains, fractures and slipped disc damage. 
  • It may also help to maintain muscle strength in older people, and help to reduce the muscle weakness that can follow exercise.


  • Zinc has been shown to help reduce joint swelling and stiffness in people who have rheumatoid arthritis. 
  • Your body uses Zinc for its natural processes of forming bones and healing bone fractures. Zinc may also help improve muscle strength. 
  • People who are low in Zinc may notice white specks on their nails, and may also get night muscle cramps.