An alternative to glucosamine, Solgar 7 Vegi Capsules has been specifically designed for those with an active lifestyle. Containing bio active nutrients that work together to create a fast-acting supplement, Solgar 7 aims to show improvement in joint comfort within 7 days. Unlike glucosamine or chondroitin which focus on cartilage support, Solgar 7 aims to target multiple pathways in order to balance joint stressors, structurally support collagen building blocks and sensitive joint cartilage, whilst working to support the body’s natural range of motion and joint flexibility
Vitamin C (as Ester C, calcium L-Ascorbate) 100mg, Boswellia Serrata Extract (5-Loxin Advanced) 100mg, Vegetable Capsule Shell: Hydroxpropylmethyl cellulose, Turmeric Root 4:1 Extract (Curcuma longa) 50mg, Bulking Agent: Maltodextrin, UC-11 Standardised Cartilage 40mg, Total Collagen 10mg, White Willow Bark 5:1 Extract (Salix alba 35mg), Ginger Root 4:1 Extract (Zingiber officinale 35mg), Anti caking Agents: Silicon Dioxide, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Pepper Spice Complex (Cayenne and Bioperine 27mg).
Always read the label before use
|Each capsule provides: %EC RDA*|
|Vitamin C||100mg 125%|
|Boswellia Extract (Boswellia serrata) (resin)||100mg **|
|Tumeric Root||50mg **|
|UC-II Standardised||40mg **|
|White Willow Bark||35mg **|
|Ginger Root||35mg **|
|Pepper Spice Complex||27mg **|
|*EC RDA = EC Recommended Daily Allowance|
Take one vegetable capsule daily, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Do not exceed directions for use.
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