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Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronan - Fountain of Youth

HA ( Hyaluronic Acid or Hyaluronan) is found in every tissue of the body. It is present in particularly high concentrations in the synovial fluid that lubricates the joints, in heart valve tissue, in the fluids of the inner ear, in many layers of the skin, especially the dermis, and in the vitreous humor of the eyes.


Hyaluronic Acid structure
HA (also called Hyaluronan) is a component of connective tissue whose function is to cushion and lubricate. HA occurs throughout the body in abundant amounts in many of the places people with hereditary connective tissue disorders have problems such as joints, heart valves and eyes.


Healthy Joints

The key to a pain-free relationship between bones that connect to one another is a strange word: viscosity. The word refers to thickness or density, related to the substance between the bones. Without that viscosity, bones rub together. Result: Pain and loss of mobility. HA supplements the viscosity makes a decrease in pain and improved range of motion, but actual repair to damaged connective tissues. HA is useful for Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and other connective tissue disorders.


Helping Connective Tissue

HA supports the formation and maintenance of collagen, a very important element in healthy connective tissue. Working from the inside out, HA may make a huge difference in your appearance. HA as an internal cosmetic agent, helps to increase skin moisture, smoothness and firmness.


Healthy Bladder

Taking HA, HA replaces lost Hyaluronic acid in bladder. When the levels of Hyaluronic acid increases, bladder pain is reduced and most also find the problem with incontinence is relieved.


Wound Healing

HA significantly improves normal wound healing on a daily basis and may reduce scar tissue and adhesion formation caused by surgery or injury.


Eye Health

HA gives moisture to crystalline lens and corneas that often get dry in the environment where heating and air-conditioning is generally in use.