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    I like Knox(R) gelatine w/ glucosamine b/c it has 10,000 mg of chondroitin per scoop. It is tasteless and stirs into milk, orange juice, water, or protein shakes. It is relatively inexpensive at Wal-Mart or Sam's Club.
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    pain free

    spring valley works great 2 pills in morn 2 in evening. msm helps connective tissue and same helps too ast makes pro flex its probably a good supplement.
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    GH and naproxen

    hehe, but as for a supplement i like the optimum glucosamine plus csa, highest condentrations and lowest price, essentially the best bang for the buck that i have found.
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    what exactly does chondroitin and glucosamine do? do they help rebuild connective tissue and cartilege, and how do they do that?
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    they dont rebuild any tissue. they reduce inflammation and "lubricate" the joint.
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    I started taking glucosamine and chondroitin about 3 months ago. The changes are subtle, but I used to have a hard time sleeping because of joint pain in my shoulders after working out. Now I hardly notice it so it must be working. Supposedly, you have to take it for a month before you begin noticing results.
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    a product called E+3 by Webber it has Beta Carotene, Vitamin C, and Slenium, dont no what those do but it and Glucosamine & Chondroitin healed my knee in a month after 6 months of physiotherapy couldn't.
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    Barleans Flax Seed Oil...5-6 tbsps a day...has helped in physical therapy progress for shoulder injury...recommended to me by a physical therapist...keeps everything lubed up and running smoothly
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    spring valley is a good brand [double strength] glucosamine and chondroitin. helps me lift heavy weight.
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    As I understand it, Flax Seed Oil is best for preventive measures. But for repair and rehab, a glucosamine-chondroitin, and maybe msm supp is best.
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    I used glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM. None of it helped, but after my first day of flax seed oil, the pain in my elbwo was gone
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    Originally posted by lakevillethor
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    everything is lubed up and ready to go.
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    Bump I Started using seed/oil and my joint feel better, no more clicking when I get up in the morning/middle of night either.
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    I used to have terrible joint pain in my shoulders and knees. Started taking 2 tbsp. of Udo's Choice Oil Blend and two Osteo-BiFlex triple-strength capsules every day. Pain went away and hasn't come back.
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    Glucosamine and Chondroitin - Any Brand will do...
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    glucosamine for me

    I decided to try straight Glucosamine Sulfate from Optimum, i figured i love their 100% whey, why not try their glucosamine, it was cheaper than other brands on the cyberstore. I must say glucsosamine REALLY works, I had a dislocated shoulder due to a seizure not too long ago and although i've been working out and stuff, my shoulder didn't seem to get better, so I did some research on this site and chose to go for glucosamine sulfate. I was thinkin of getting a glucosamine chondroitin but then I read something about chondroitin not absorbing too well. Anyway after just one month of using it, my shoulder feels almost completely better. I have a greater range of motion on my bad shoulder and it's gettin better noticably. I'm sure any brand glucosamine sulfate would have worked just as well. Glucosamine sulfate worked so well for me that i was really adamant about my father taking it as he's gettin old and feels arthritic pains a lot more now.
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    cvs makes some pretty decent glucosamine/chondroitin and MSM ... very few additives as well.

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    Originally posted by lakevillethor
    flaxseed oil

    everything is lubed up and ready to go.
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    I have a herniated disc in my back...think Gluco, msm, and chondr would help or is it more for knees and elbow joint type stuff?
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    Originally posted by rick1168
    I have a herniated disc in my back...think Gluco, msm, and chondr would help or is it more for knees and elbow joint type stuff?
    It's more for joints but it might help a little. I know that Glucosatrin has a mild anti-inflamatory effect but it's really for joints. Your doctor probalby will give you something for the pain though like Naproxin which is basically like a stronger version of Aleve.
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    need a lil help here

    I have a bone spur in my ankle, strained cartialge and inflamation within the area. I also have knee pain and shoulder tightness. I am looking to help regenrate some cartilage within my ankle and knee. WHat should i get ?
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    Originally posted by rick1168
    I have a herniated disc in my back...think Gluco, msm, and chondr would help or is it more for knees and elbow joint type stuff?
    Rick,

    develop a daily stretching routine around getting flexability in the hamstrings & lower back.
    90% of the time it's lack of flexability through the hammies and lower back and a stength imbalance between the lower back & abs the causes the injury in the first place.

    stretch whenever you get time as many times a day as you can.

    when i had the same condition i felt much better after a good stretching session.

    also plenty of crunches to strengthen the abs. don't do any lower back work if it's a new injury.

    this will work in conjunction with the above supps you mentioned.
    add some flax or fish oil as well.

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    glucosamine 900 made by TREC (form Poland) 120 capsules with 900mg sulfate glucosamine in 1 caps for only 13$!
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    It's the only supplement that I will actually buy from GNC is their TRIFLEX product.

    each caplet contains:

    Glucosamine_HCI @ 500mg
    Chondrotin Sulfate_Na @ 400mg
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    Originally posted by Static805
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    I discovered this stuff by accident. I take a pill when I get a sore back every now and then. Works like a charm.
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    Originally posted by Sport
    I discovered this stuff by accident. I take a pill when I get a sore back every now and then. Works like a charm.
    I got prescribed that for my back too. Seems to help if I take it before working out.
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