Bovine Cartilage

Definition:Bovine cartilage helps to promote wound healing and inhibit inflammation. Compounds in bovine cartilage have the ability to block angiogenesis, the process by which tumors are fed by a network of new blood vessels.
Applications:Rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, ulcerative colitis, lupus, firm tumors, connective tissue diseases and inflammatory joint conditions.
Recommendations:Make sure to purchase clean and pure dried-powder forms that come from cattle which are disease and hormone free. Like shark cartilage, bovine varieties must be taken in rather large doses in order to work. Loose powdered forms are much more practical, although the capsulized product can be used preventatively.

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