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Regenart. Joint Recovery and Liver Support
The liver performs many vital functions, including those that directly affect the health of the joints. One of them is detoxification. The capillary bed in the organ itself is surrounded by liver cells, hepatocytes, which play the role of a sieve that filters both nutrients and toxic substances from the blood. Hepatocytes perform the function of neutralization - detoxification. Together with nutrients, through diffusion, toxic products of their own metabolism and foreign substances (xenobiotics) enter the body from the air, food and through the skin. Here enzymes convert them into less toxic and even indifferent (neutral) substances. Then they are excreted from the cell into the bile ducts. With bile, they enter the intestinal lumen and are expelled from the body. In hepatocytes, the residual breakdown of proteins, fats and carbohydrates absorbed from the intestine occurs, and the necessary nutrients are distributed throughout the body with the blood stream.
This is what happens normally. When liver functions suffer, toxic, unrefined substances enter the bloodstream. Circulating in it, they affect blood vessels, tissues and organs, being deposited in the depot where the most favorable conditions for this are created. This is how the so-called "slagging" of the body occurs. In addition, the liver synthesizes a huge number of different proteins and plays a central role in their metabolism. With a decrease in its function, the production of synovial fluid in the joints also decreases.
The spongy structure of cartilage, devoid of its own capillary network, creates favorable conditions for the deposition of toxic molecules of xenobiotics (substances foreign to the body) and incompletely oxidized metabolic products, so various intoxications have a particularly detrimental effect on cartilage tissue.
The combination of these two factors already creates the conditions for rapid tissue degeneration.
Like any other, cartilage tissue consists of cells and intercellular substance. Cartilage tissue cells are represented by chondroblasts, from which mature chondrocytes subsequently differentiate. The structure of the intercellular matrix of cartilage is a mesh cellular structure with coarse collagen fibers (in some tissues, elastin) for strength and the main substance: glycosaminoglycans and proteoglycans. Glycosaminoglycans are represented by chondroitin and glucosamine. They pass between the fibers and give the structure elasticity and shock-absorbing properties by retaining water in the fabric. The extracellular matrix is structured and clearly organized.
A feature of cartilage nutrition is that the tissue itself is devoid of a network of blood capillaries and therefore it is fed indirectly in two ways: from the periosteum (a thin plate between bone and cartilage) and through the joint capsule, where oxygen and nutrients are dissolved in the synovial fluid. Normally, this is enough, but this feature explains why cartilage tissue suffers from any vascular pathologies. Metabolism in the tissue is fast, because the joints are under a lot of stress. Any disruptions of the peripheral blood flow lead to pathological changes in cartilage tissue.
The Peptides “Regenart” bioregulator was developed taking into account ancient medical knowledge and modern scientific research. It includes a complex of main components that mutually increase each other's action (chondroitin and dihydroquercetin), and extracts of medicinal plants that have long been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of joints.
Chondroitin sulfate inhibits the activity of enzymes that cause degradation of articular cartilage, stimulates the production of proteoglycans by chondrocytes, enhances metabolic processes in cartilage and subchondral bone, stimulates the regeneration of cartilage tissue and helps reduce the release of inflammatory mediators into the synovial fluid, which has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect.
Dihydroquercetin (DHA) is a flavonoid from Siberian larch (Larix sibirica Ledeb.) and Dahurian larch (Larix dahurica Turcz.). DHA is able to activate the processes of the second and third phases of detoxification (removal of "slags" from the cell). As an antioxidant, it slows down the free-radical destruction of cartilage, bone and connective tissue, strengthens capillary walls and restores tissue nutrition, has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects.
Dandelion and artichoke root extracts in “Regenart” have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, reduce the production of inflammatory mediators. In addition, these extracts restore the activity of the gastrointestinal tract due to mild stimulation of the digestive glands, including a mild choleretic effect, enhance the antitoxic function of the liver, help restore the microbiota of the large intestine, inhibit the growth of pathogenic microflora, and restore intestinal motility.
as part of the complex therapy of degenerative-dystrophic diseases of the joints and spine (arthritis, arthrosis, osteochondrosis) against the background of the main therapy;
with autoimmune lesions of the joints (rheumatoid arthritis);
with traumatic injuries of bones and rehabilitation in the post-traumatic period;
for the prevention of degenerative-dystrophic diseases of the joints and spine and osteoporosis in the presence of risk factors;
with poor outflow of bile, weakened motility of the gallbladder, with frequent belching, flatulence, heaviness in the abdomen after eating, a history of hepatitis.
For prophylactic intake: 1 capsule 1-3 times a day during meals, for 1 month. It is possible to repeat the treatment 2-4 times throughout the year with at least a 1 month break in between each course.
Intensive intake program: 2 capsules 2-3 times a day before meals, duration of use - 3 months, you can extend the intake until the symptoms of joint and liver dysfunction disappear.
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