Why choose ArthriMAXX™ for cats over other joint formulation on the market?
Indications for use
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Hip dysplasia
- Elbow dysplasia
- Stifle disorders
- OCD (Osteochondritis Dissecans)
- Post-op orthopedic surgery
- Breed related musculoskeletal disorders
- Subluxation of the hip
- Patella luxation
- Traumatic arthritis (minor sprains)
As a preventative in
- Breed related musculoskeletal disorders
- Cats over the age of 10 years
ArthriMAXX™ Active Ingredients ArthriMAXX for Cats (per 1.5ml) 6oz. Glucosamine HCL 180 mg Chondroitin Sulfate (LMW*) *Low Molecular Weight 80 mg MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) 40 mg Ester-C (calcium ascorbate) 50 mg Astaxanthin (Haematococcus pluvialis) 100 mcg Taurine 100mg Manganese Amino Acid Chelate 1 mg
ArthriMAXX™ is a combination of powerful Nutraceuticals, Antioxidants and Anti-inflammatory ingredients, which are especially formulated for cats with joint ailments. We bring you the best of science and nature together to work synergistically with each other. This ensures that your cat is getting the benefits from every ingredient:
Glucosamine HCL (180mg) helps form all the major cushioning ingredients. You can think of it as padding of the joint fluids and surrounding tissues. Glucosamine increases the chance for positive results in a short period of time for a variety of problems. This includes the breakdown and inflammation of the synovial fluids as well as damage to the tissues, ligaments, muscles, inflamed discs and inflamed joints associated with aging. Glucosamine helps to make the synovial fluid thick and elastic. (Refer to diagrams).
Chondroitin sulfate (80mg) is one of the most vital of compounds in connective tissue. It is responsible for building and supporting the ground substance of cartilage. You can think of chondroitin as a bunch of magnets attracting fluid and sweeping nutrients into the cartilage. Chondroitin helps to block destructive enzymes that break down the cartilage in the joint. Chondroitin is also one of the nutraceuticals necessary for the synthesis of glycosaminoglycans.
MSM (methylsulfonylmethane 40mg) is an amazing naturally occurring vital nutrient found in all living organisms. It has many desirable properties and effects for wellness and over all good health. MSM is a major building block of glycosaminoglycans. Glycosaminoglycans are key structural components in cartilage. They also play an important role in the maintenance of joint cartilage. MSM increases blood circulation and is a natural anti-inflammatory. MSM is recognized as the third most important nutrient found in the body of all living mammals. MSM is frequently referred to as "nature's miracle healing nutrient."
Astaxanthin (haematococcus pluvialis 100 mcg) is in the carotenoid family and is 400 times more powerful than vitamin E. Oxidative damage plays a significant role in the aging process and advancement of degenerative joint disease. Antioxidants can be the key to fighting free radicals. Astaxanthin has been referred to as the "super vitamin E" for distinguishing itself from other antioxidants by it's superior antioxidant potency and bio-availability.
Taurine (100mg) is an essential amino acid for your cat. Taurine deficiency can start early on in your cat's life. Taurine may help to prevent cardiomyopathy, central retinal degeneration and hypertension.
Ester-C (calcium ascorbate 50mg) is the only patented form of vitamin C. It strengthens the immune system, supports joints and connective tissues. Ester-C is essential for the formation and maintenance of collagen, which is vital to bones. Ester-C is non-acidic and gentle on the stomach. Ester-C contains metabolites that have been shown to enhance the delivery of essential vitamin C and may protect against osteoarthritis.
Manganese (1mg) is essential for normal bone structure. It can also help neutralize free radicals and is needed for normal nerve function. Manganese is also indicated in stimulating growth of connective tissue and is also thought to be of importance in the growth and development of the formation of mucopolysaccharides, which are needed for healthy joint membranes.
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ArthriMAXX™ for Cats Daily Dosage Guideline if fed twice a day Under 13lbs 13-20lbs Over 20lbs AM 0.75ml 1.0ml 2.0ml PM 0.75ml 1.5ml 1.5ml ArthriMAXX™ for Cats Daily Dosage Guideline if fed once a day Under 13lbs 13-20lbs Over 20lbs AM 1.5ml 2.5ml 3.5ml
Guarantee: ArthriMAXX™ is a full circle powerful joint formula. Every human grade ingredient in ArthriMAXX™ has and is being used in major clinical studies across the globe. Our patent pending formula makes ArthriMAXX™ unique. Our products and ingredients are researched, developed and manufactured in the USA.
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