Green Lipped Mussel marine lipid 500 mg, 60 capsules

Green Lipped Mussel marine lipid 500 mg, 60 capsules

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Green Lipped Mussel marine lipid 500 mg each pill
Top quality
60 Softgel Capsules
July 12 2017

This marine lipid is a Dietary Supplement

What is in it, composition
This is a stabilized marine lipid from New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel (Perna canaliculus) and a source of a unique grouping of fatty acids, sterol esters, polar lipid and carotenoids not normally found in other mussels.

Alternative, joint health care product

Consider a popular and effective medical doctor formulated joint health formula called Joint Power Rx with glucosamine, chondroitin, msm, cmo, curcumin, and several key joint herbs and nutrients. This natural joint formula may be taken together with Green Lipped Mussel pills.

Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per container: 60
 
Amount Per Serving, ingredients:
Green Lipped Mussel 500 mg
Alfalfa leaf 100 mg
Softgel: Gelatin; Sorbitol syrup; Glycerin.
* Daily values not established
FREE of citrus, egg, rice, sodium, soy, wheat, added sugars, synthetic dyes, artificial flavorings, artificial preservatives, milk, yeast, corn, and gluten.

Composition of this product
This is a mixture of Perna Canaliculus (Green-Lipped Mussel), Alfalfa Leaf and Cinnamon Oil. There are ten different marine sterols in the sterol esters and sterol fractions. It also contains more than 30 different essential fatty acids which are mixtures of saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
  
Omega-3 fatty acids
This product is a source of long chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids which are essential for health in humans. The two main omega-3 fatty acids present are eicosapentaenoic acid (20 carbons and 5 double bonds, EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (22 carbons and 6 double bonds, DHA).
   This marine lipid
also contains several other fatty acids which belong to the omega-3 family. These fatty acids all have four double bonds and have carbon chain lengths of 18, 19 and 20 carbon atoms, respectively, thus they are described as 18:4 omega-3 (18:4n-3), 19:4 omega-3 and 20:4 omega-3 (ETA).

Directions, how much to take, suggested use
Take one or two capsules 2 times daily for 4 weeks then 1 to 2 capsules per day. The daily amount of needed may vary from person to person. Ask your health care provider.

Benefits
Q. There is a website that sells green lipped mussel extract product that claims it is effective for arthritis, inflammation, stiffness, joint pain, sports injuries, and asthma. Are these true claims?
   A. The FDA does not allow claims to be made about supplements in regards to treatment or cure on the same page as a supplement is being sold. Green lipped mussel extract can influence medical conditions but more research is needed.

Combining with a joint formula or other supplements
Q. Can I take green lipped mussel the same day as Joint Power Rx?
A. We first suggest taking them separately for a few days, if no problems then you can combine them as long as your health care provider approves.

Q. Is it okay to take flax seed oil the same day as this supplement?
A. We don't see any problems taking the combination.

Adverse reactions, green lipped mussel side effects
We have not seen any medical reports regarding side effects and we have not had any customers report such side effects to us. See Mussel for the latest information on its safety and side effects. 

Research studies 
Prog Drug Res. 2015. Perna canaliculus (Green-Lipped Mussel): Bioactive Components and Therapeutic Evaluation for Chronic Health Conditions. Green-Lippped Mussel is found only in New Zealand waters and is cultivated and manufactured for both the food and nutraceutical industry world-wide. It has traditionally been used as a therapeutic to treat various arthralgias in both humans and animals; however, clinical research reports provide conflicting results. Numerous in vitro studies have reported anti-inflammatory activity of the mussel under various conditions and also demonstrated a synergistic effect with pharmaceutical medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) with P. canaliculus protecting the gastrointestinal mucosal lining against such medications. It is proposed that the anti-inflammatory activity is predominantly due to the lipid fraction, however, among the major classes of compounds found in mussel meat, proteins and peptides are the largest with isolates demonstrating various anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, bioadhesive and anti-hypertensive activities. 

Directions, how much to take, suggested use
Take one or two capsules 2 times daily for 4 weeks then 1 to 2 capsules per day. The daily amount of needed may vary from person to person. Ask your health care provider.

Benefits
Q. There is a website that sells green lipped mussel extract product that claims it is effective for arthritis, inflammation, stiffness, joint pain, sports injuries, and asthma. Are these true claims?
   A. The FDA does not allow claims to be made about supplements in regards to treatment or cure on the same page as a supplement is being sold. Green lipped mussel extract can influence medical conditions but more research is needed.

Combining with a joint formula or other supplements
Q. Can I take green lipped mussel the same day as Joint Power Rx?
A. We first suggest taking them separately for a few days, if no problems then you can combine them as long as your health care provider approves.

Q. Is it okay to take flax seed oil the same day as this supplement?
A. We don't see any problems taking the combination.

Adverse reactions, green lipped mussel side effects
We have not seen any medical reports regarding side effects and we have not had any customers report such side effects to us. See Mussel for the latest information on its safety and side effects. 

Research studies 
Prog Drug Res. 2015. Perna canaliculus (Green-Lipped Mussel): Bioactive Components and Therapeutic Evaluation for Chronic Health Conditions. Green-Lippped Mussel is found only in New Zealand waters and is cultivated and manufactured for both the food and nutraceutical industry world-wide. It has traditionally been used as a therapeutic to treat various arthralgias in both humans and animals; however, clinical research reports provide conflicting results. Numerous in vitro studies have reported anti-inflammatory activity of the mussel under various conditions and also demonstrated a synergistic effect with pharmaceutical medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) with P. canaliculus protecting the gastrointestinal mucosal lining against such medications. It is proposed that the anti-inflammatory activity is predominantly due to the lipid fraction, however, among the major classes of compounds found in mussel meat, proteins and peptides are the largest with isolates demonstrating various anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, bioadhesive and anti-hypertensive activities.