Glucosamine. Glucosamine sulphate

Glucosamine. Glucosamine sulphate.

Glucosamine is an aminosugar that occurs naturally in the mammalian body. The preparations are in the form of hydrochloride or glucosamine sulphate. A natural source of glucosamine are water crustaceans, eg crayfish, shrimps, crabs, mussels.

Species: pure, unadulterated


Name: Glucosamine. Glucosamine sulphate
Synonyms: Glucosamine sulphate, Glucosaminum
Genre: Clean
Cleanliness: Pure 100%
Chemical formula: (C6H14NO5) 2SO4 * 2KCl

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Glucosamine sulphate. Siarczan glukozaminy... Glucosamine. Glucosamine sulphate

Glucosamine sulphate Name: Glucosamine. Glucosamine sulphate Synonyms: Glucosamine sulphate, Glucosaminum Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean min. 99.9% Chemical formula: (C6H14NO5) 2SO4 * 2KCl Glucosamine is an amino sugar that occurs naturally in the body. The preparations are in the form of hydrochloride or glucosamine sulphate. This substance is the building block of compounds found in joint cartilage. The natural source of glucosamine are crustaceans such as crayfish, shrimp, crabs and mussels.

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