Joint capsules by ZeinPharma

The synergistic formula of joint capsules

The joint capsules are designed to offer your joints valuable nutrients which include:

  • MSM
  • Glucosamine
  • Chondroitin
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Manganese

An overview of the ingredients

Chondroitin, glucosamine and MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) are a formidable trio of natural body chemicals, and are the basic substances of connective tissue. Chondroitin is, for example, part of the cartilage tissue. MSM is a good source of organic sulphur, which is essential for the human body.

Natural glucosamine in vegetable quality

Glucosamine is produced by natural yeast fermentation and is free of animal allergens. It is of a higher quality than the widely used glucosamine from chitin, which causes allergies as it is obtained from crustaceans.


Chondroitin is composed of cartilage cells and is made up of over a hundred individual sugar molecules.

MSM: The Supplier of essential sulphur

Because MSM is a compound found naturally in the environment, it contains organic sulphur. It is only found in very small amounts, so has to be prepared. MSM contains carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sulphur. Sulphur is essential for the body and has to be supplied in sufficient quantities. Overall, the human body contains about 150 to 300 g of sulphur in hair, nails, and connective tissue.

Collagen formation

ZeinPharma ® joint capsule provide you with the exact amount of vitamin C that your body needs. Especially important for your joints, vitamin C promotes collagen formation.

Collagen is the supportive structure in cartilage. It is a protein in the form of fibres, and is in tendons, blood vessels, skin, and bones, and supports the proper function of these tissues.

Protection against oxidative stress

Vitamins C and E in combination with the two trace minerals, manganese and zinc, help to protect your body cells from oxidative stress. If you have emotional or physical stress, smoke, or have an inflammation, then the level of free radicals in your body is likely to be elevated. The occurrence of free radicals leads to oxidative stress, which can damage body cells, and the consumption of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamins C and E helps to protect your cells against this.

Manganese promotes cellular energy

Manganese is a trace mineral that supports energy metabolism in the cells. It thus contributes to the normal formation of connective tissue, and necessary where connective tissue is being formed or regenerated.

The various joint types

Ball: The most flexible part of the joints, mainly found in the hip and knee.
Swivel joint: This joint is found in the wrist or head.
Hinge: The hinge can only allow movement in one direction, such as at the knees and elbows.
Saddle joint: This joint is unique, and only found in the thumb.


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