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Solgar's advanced processed Shark Cartilage is 100% pure shark cartilage from Australia, renown for its strict and progressive standards and regulations in the harvesting and processing of shark products for human consumption.
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Code: S2601Brand: SolgarForm (e.g. capsules): CapsulesIf this product is unavailable: Please see alternatives at bottom of page
100% Pure Australian Advanced Processed
Nutritional Supplement Features:
Shark Cartilage inhibits the growth of new blood vessels (cellular angiogenesis)
Shark Cartilage may improve immune system
May decrease joint swelling and stiffness due to anti-inflammatory properties
Due to the angiogenesis-inhibition properties, it might be effective in the treatment of some eye disorders that occur because of inappropriate growth of new blood vessels, as well as arthritis, psoriasis, bowel inflammation, scleroderma
There has been speculation that Shark Cartilage may fight cancer
Nutritional Supplement Recommended Intake:
As a food Supplement for adults, eight (8) vegetable capsule daily, distributed throughout the day, preferably in between meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner
Nutritional Supplement Ingredients:
Each cap provides:
100% pure shark cartilage providing 30 mg chondroitin sulphate
vegetable capsule shell
Anti-caking agent (vegetable magnesium stearate
Caution:If you are pregnant, nursing, recovering from surgery, have a heart/circulatory problem or are considering exceeding the suggested dose, please consult a healthcare practitioner.