Thursday, April 3, 2014


If you've got aching knees or even osteoarthritis, there are a couple of options to taking drugs.  One option is glucosamine sulfate.  A study had 178 people with arthritis of the knee.  Half took glucosamine sulfate and the other half took ibuprofen.  The glucosamine was more effective in reducing pain, swelling and improving mobility.  The benefits continued for two weeks after treatment stopped.
The glucosamine also rebuilds cartilage.  The recommended dose is 1000 to 1500 mg per day.
Another option is Coral Calcium.  This comes from coral mined under the island of Okinawa.  It comes in a permeable baggy that's like a tea bag, and you can put it in 1 1/2 liters of water.  Within minutes it turns the water alkaline and also releases almost 1,000 mg of ionized calcium into the water.  People who have been scheduled for knee surgeries have reported canceling the surgeries.

I'd suggest you experiment with a two-month supply to see what it will do for you.  You can e-mail me with your fax number, and I'll fax you more specific information.

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