Joint Action Formula
with Cetyl Myristoleate and Glucosamine HCL
Serious Help for your Dog's Joint Problems
The Secret of Cetyl Myristoleate
In 1962, Harry W. Diehl, working as a researcher at the National Institute of Health as well as in his own home laboratory, was searching for a cure for arthritis. He injected Swiss Albino Mice with Mycobacterium Butyricum to induce arthritis in order test a drug, but none of them showed any symptoms. In working with the Swiss Albino mice, he came to isolate the factor - Cetyl Myristoleate - as the means which naturally protected them from arthritis. Even after this break through, Diehl could find no companies interested in doing further work on Cetyl Myristoleate. The fact that it only exists naturally meant that it could no be patented and therefore companies stood to gain nothing by becoming involved in its development.
In late 1991 when he experienced arthritis in his hands, knees, and heels, he mixed up Cetyl Myristoleate for himself and successfully relieved his arthritis. In the November 1993 Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the first article was written about the amazing effects of Cetyl Myristoleate.
Advanced Cetyl M® Joint Action Formula for Dogs includes two sources of cetyl myristoleate—including our vegetable source extracted from the African kombo nut (wild nutmeg). We’ve combined this plant-derived source of cetyl myristoleate with the beef-derived form (dogs love beef!) to create a unique dual source of cetyl myristoleate in our targeted joint action formula. Cetyl Myristoleate works in three ways with no sign harmful side effects:
The Combination of Cetyl Myristoleate and Glucosamine HCL and our unique blend makes Advanced Cetyl M very effective at helping relieve joint problems in your dog.
in Harmony to Help Relieve
Your Dog's Joint Problems
Also available in horse and human formulas!
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