HAcompoundX10 is the equivalent of your own synovial fluid
Studies concluded hyaluronic acid decreased the secretion of bone degradation markers into the urine in patients with osteoarthritis.
Our product has the perfect molecular weight for it to be effective and can produce results sometimes minutes after your first dosage.
Pour about a teaspoonful into a glass of water and drink. HAcompountX10 is tasteless and odorless and as easy as drinking a glass of water!
FDA and OTC approved, you cannot overdose on this tasteless and odorless perfect product! Does not interfere with your drugs.
"HACompoundX10" is the Purest form of liquid hyaluronic acid you can buy - no additives - no preservatives; it is science's latest discovery in the treatment of arthritis.
A side effect benefit is that it fills up the gaps in all connective tissue - not just the joints - which means wrinkles become rejuvenated!!
Diagrams shows the problems associated with TRIGGER THUMB or TRIGGER FINGER:
Trigger finger and trigger thumb are conditions affecting the movement of the tendons as they bend the fingers or thumb toward the palm of the hand.
This movement is called flexion.
Triggering is usually the result of a thickening in the tendon that forms a nodule, or knob. The pulley ligament may thicken as well. The constant irritation from the tendon repeatedly sliding through the pulley causes the tendon to swell in this area and create the nodule. Rheumatoid arthritis, partial tendon lacerations, repeated trauma from pistol-gripped power tools, or long hours grasping a steering wheel can cause triggering. Infection or damage to the synovium causes a rounded swelling (the nodule) to form in the tendon.
The symptoms of Trigger Finger or Trigger Thumb include pain and a funny clicking sensation when the finger or thumb is bending. Pain usually occurs when the finger or thumb is bent and straightened. Tenderness usually occurs over the area of the nodule--at the bottom of the finger or thumb. The clicking sensation occurs when the nodule moves through the tunnel formed by the pulley ligaments. With the finger straight, the nodule is at the far edge of the surrounding ligament. When the finger is flexed, the nodule passes under the ligament and causes the clicking sensation. If the nodule becomes too large it may pass under the ligament, but becomes stuck at the near edge. The nodule cannot move back through the tunnel, and the finger is locked in the flexed trigger position.
Well, the answer is that you can either see a surgeon, have surgery that takes months to heal and cost a fortune which is frankly not guaranteed, meaning: the problem can return... OR ...you can take HA Compound X10 supplements to help the body heal itself!
Synovial fluid is found in between the bone socket called the joint for the purpose of cushioning movement so the bones don't rub together and cause pain. When you don't have enough synovial fluid, the bones rub against each other during movement and can cause some serious pain. This is called arthritis. When the body is unable to make its own synovial fluid it needs to be replaced with hyaluronic acid (HA).