Quan Wei Active Joint
The musculoskeletal system is constructed of bones, muscles, and joints. The bones attached to each other at a joint where strong tissues known as tendons and ligaments help connect the bones. At the ends of each bone lies smooth, protective cartilage and soft tissues that produce liquid. This liquid cushions the bones and lubricate them so that they will not rub against each other.
As we get older though, the cartilage would start to deteriorate from the normal wear and tear of the passing years.
The 10 Effects of Aging Changes
- People lose bone mass or density as they age, especially women after menopause. The bones lose calcium and other minerals.
- The spine is made up of bones called vertebrae. Between each bone is a gel-like cushion (called a disk). The middle of the body (trunk) becomes shorter as the disks gradually lose fluid and become thinner.
- Vertebrae also lose some of their mineral content, making each bone thinner. The spinal column becomes curved and compressed (packed together). Bone spurs caused by aging and overall use of the spine may also form on the vertebrae.
- The foot arches become less pronounced, contributing to a slight loss of height.
- The long bones of the arms and legs are more brittle because of mineral loss, but they do not change length. This makes the arms and legs look longer when compared with the shortened trunk.
- The joints become stiffer and less flexible. Fluid in the joints may decrease. The cartilage may begin to rub together and wear away. Minerals may deposit in and around some joints (calcification). This is common in the shoulder.
- Hip and knee joints may begin to lose cartilage (degenerative changes). The finger joints lose cartilage and the bones thicken slightly. Finger joint changes are more common in women. These changes may be inherited.
- Lean body mass decreases. This decrease is partly caused by a loss of muscle tissue (atrophy). The speed and amount of muscle changes seem to be caused by genes. Muscle changes often begin in the 20s in men and in the 40s in women.
- Lipofuscin (an age-related pigment) and fat are deposited in muscle tissue. The muscle fibers shrink. Muscle tissue is replaced more slowly. Lost muscle tissue may be replaced with tough fibrous tissue. This is most noticeable in the hands, which may look thin and bony.
- Muscles are less toned and less able to contract because of changes in the muscle tissue and normal aging changes in the nervous system. Muscles may become rigid with age and may lose tone, even with regular exercise.
The protective membranes and fluids in the joints would start to dry up and when the bones begin to rub against each other, you would start to feel pain in your joints.
When this happens, you could consume supplements containing beneficial minerals such as Glucosamine and Chondroitin to help repair the cartilage tissues and promote its metabolism to prevent further degradation.
Why Quan Wei Active Joint?
Quan Wei Active Joint is made from a blend of minerals formula (Glucosamine Sulfate, Chondroitin, MSM) and herbs (Morinda, Epimedium, Sambucus etc.). Glucosamine is commonly taken in combination with chondroitin to help patients suffering from joint problems, particularly those who suffer from osteoarthritis.
How will Quan Wei Active Joint benefit me?
- Regenerates and repair cartilage cells
- Recondition joint function
- Support articular cartilage
- Improve cartilage's elasticity
- Control the balance of the synovial fluid secretion
- Enhances liver vitality
- Combats poor calcium absorption
How to use: Take twice daily, 2 capsules each time.
Packing size: 90+30 capsules.
*your results may vary.