ArthroHA mini 40 tabl


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ArthroHA mini

Proper joint functioning
Tablets for dogs and cats. Complementary feed.
  • Properties: ArthroHA mini is applied to guarantee the correct functioning of joints.
    Hyaluronic acid (HA) improves the absorption of nutritional substances to tissues and is the main component of the synovial fluid. Glucosamine and chondroitin strengthen the cartilage. New Zealand mussel (Perna canaliculus) contains: GAG (glycosaminoglycans) – components of the cartilage and synovial fluid, and fatty acids omega 3 (EPA, DHA, ETA). MSM (metylosulfonylomethane) participates in the collagen synthesis. Shark cartilage assists in the correct joints functioning.
  • Components: Composition of a tablet
    New Zealand mussel                      67 mg
    Shark cartilage                                67 mg
    MSM                                                    50 mg
    Glucosamine sulfate                      50 mg
    Chondroitin sulfate                     33,3 mg
    Hyaluronic acid                              3,3 mg
    dry beer yeast, maltodextrin, minerals, magnesium stearate
    Additives in 1 tablet
    Vitamins, provitamins and chemically well-defined substances having similar effects:
    Vitamin C                                                                                        8,3 mg
    Compounds of trace elements:
    Manganese (manganese chelate of glycine hydrate)       0,4 mg
    Copper (cupric chelate of glycine hydrate)                          0,3 mg
    Additional information
    Magnesium                                                                                    0,3 mg
    Analytical constituents
    Crude fibre 20,3 %, Crude protein 54,8%, Crude ash 19,7%, Oils and crude fats 0,2%
  • Instructions:dogs and cats under 5 kg body weight – 1 tablet/day
    If needed, the number of tablets may be increased.
  • Content of a package: 40 mini tablets


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