Chondroitin sulfate is the basic structural component of cartilage, and provides protection from compression or breakage – a most visible example is the harder but flexible parts of the ear. Chondroitin sulfate is widely used in treatment of osteoarthritis, heart disease, cataracts, and alleviation of vaccination (blood clotting) side effects. Chondroitin promotes water retention within joints and tendons, increases resiliency by acting as a lubricant, and a means to absorb shock. Body builders tend to use condroitin to speed recovery and strengthen body structures.
BSI chondroitin is 100% absorbable, and fully useable by all parts of the body. It’s locally made from animal cartilage of a wide variety of ocean fishes known as the Greater Lamnidae Isurus. These agile, free-swimming predator fish do not have bones per se, but do possess extreme permanent flexibility due to their cartilage-based internal structure – they essentially do not age – are highly active until their end.
Chondroitin sulfate is an important and abundant structural component in many different bodily tissues, including cartilage, skin, hair, and blood vessels. Diminished levels can result in the development of numerous unwanted conditions, such as hair loss/discoloration, wrinkled skin, joint problems, and poor cardiovascular health. It is most commonly used by those who suffer from degenerative diseases affecting the joints, such as arthritis, as well as weight trainers and other athletes whose joints and connective tissues have taken a beating over the years.
In addition to its anti-arteriosclerotic and lipids effects (cardio-vascular clearing), it also exhibits anti-inflammatory properties. And importantly condroitin is an anti-coagulant (de-clotting ability), and stimulates the growth of additional coronary artery branches thus increasing collateral circulation – accelerate the healing, regeneration, and repair of myocardial (heart) tissues.
Chondroitin sulfate is a type of glycos-amino-glycan (GAG) naturally present in many body tissues and provides support structure and function of the body’s connective tissues, such as skin, tendons, ligaments, bone, and cartilage.
It’s considered as a “Symptomatic Slow-Acting Drug For Osteoarthritis” (SYSADOA). Pain relief and increased joint mobility are obtained after a regular administration over a prescribed period of time, often giving long-lasting effect after the end of the treatment.
Chondroitin has a long history of use as a treatment for cardiovascular disease, being first mentioned in medical literature during the 1940s. Shown to possess powerful anti-clotting properties much superior to the popular pharmaceutical drug heparin, with prolonged anti-clotting lasting for up to two full days.
IV chondroitin benefits those who have been recently vaccinated, or those who have received shedding, simply because it blocks spike-protein-caused blood coagulation, and prevents spike protein and graphene oxide from adhering to vascular walls.
The use of chondroitin sulfate can cause unexpected beneficial reactions in people with asthma, blood clotting disorders, or prostate cancer – in which case consultation before use with a knowledgeable physician is advised.
Chondroitin sulfate may interact either positively or negatively with a number of medicines, including blood-thinning drugs like Coumadin (warfarin), Plavix (clopidogrel), or Ticlid (ticlopidine) and supplements such as garlic, ginkgo, vitamin E, or red clover.