Usage name: Glucosamine.

Obtaining process: Synthesized from the shell of crustaceans (shrimp, crabs, lobsters).

Source : Marine (crustaceans) .

Family : Aminosaccharides.

Provenance, origin: Worldwide, mainly from Asia and North America .

Chemical characteristics : Composed of glucose and amines, potassium or sodium sulfate often added to stabilize the form.

Dosage form: Powder, capsules, tablets.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : Generally between 500 and 1500 mg per day depending on needs and use.

Missions: Contributes to the formation and repair of cartilage, relieves joint pain, improves mobility and joint flexibility.

Properties : Anti-inflammatory, regenerating, joint protector.

Indications: Osteoarthritis, joint pain, prevention of joint degeneration, repair of cartilage tissue.