Best supplement for knee damage

  1. Best supplement for knee damage


    28 years in the military has left me,a 52 yr male with knee pain issues due to wear and tear.please suggest some supplement wbich can take care ofmy knee pain.tried now foods glucisamine1000..but nothing fruitful.


  2. What's up fellow Veteran. If it's a legit medical problem, surgery is probably the only fix - you retired? (VA Hospital - yeah, I know, not the best option, so hopefully you have civilian health care). Depending on if it's joints (cartilage, synovial fluid, etc...) or Ligaments/Tendons - will dictate what you try - it'd be nice to try to get at least a diagnosis. You can try other Joint Stuff, but I would probably try the Peptides BPC-157 and maybe TB500 first. Then try the "Joint Supps" if no joy. You can also start using at least 15g of Beef Gelatin and 200mg Vitamin C before any exercise:

    https://suppversity.blogspot.com/201...e-induced.html
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    What's up fellow Veteran. If it's a legit medical problem, surgery is probably the only fix - you retired? (VA Hospital - yeah, I know, not the best option, so hopefully you have civilian health care). Depending on if it's joints (cartilage, synovial fluid, etc...) or Ligaments/Tendons - will dictate what you try - it'd be nice to try to get at least a diagnosis. You can try other Joint Stuff, but I would probably try the Peptides BPC-157 and maybe TB500 first. Then try the "Joint Supps" if no joy. You can also start using at least 15g of Beef Gelatin and 200mg Vitamin C before any exercise:

    https://suppversity.blogspot.com/201...e-induced.html
    BPC-157 is a miracle. No joke. Don't even bother with joint supps.

  4. Third for bpc, worked wonders on my back, I know they say it doesn't do much with disk injuries but it seemed to for me, I have a torn disk and a few buldged and was taking prescribed opiates or Kratom every chance I got, bpc got be off the pills and back in the gym in like 2 weeks

  5. I would say a good joint support supplement would definitely help. Something like joint support xt by sns. I've also heard people supplementing laxogenin to aid in the process.
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  6. Check out forged joint support. This a good support product

    https://www.mrsupps.com/products/17/...joint-support/
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  7. Rooster Comb jelly injections. Look into it if cartilage degeneration is the main cause of pain.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    What's up fellow Veteran. If it's a legit medical problem, surgery is probably the only fix - you retired? (VA Hospital - yeah, I know, not the best option, so hopefully you have civilian health care). Depending on if it's joints (cartilage, synovial fluid, etc...) or Ligaments/Tendons - will dictate what you try - it'd be nice to try to get at least a diagnosis. You can try other Joint Stuff, but I would probably try the Peptides BPC-157 and maybe TB500 first. Then try the "Joint Supps" if no joy. You can also start using at least 15g of Beef Gelatin and 200mg Vitamin C before any exercise:

    https://suppversity.blogspot.com/201...e-induced.html
    I agree with this - my dad and grandmother have significant knee pain and refuse to try much of this though.

    The only "supplement" they agree works is Injure-Eeze or Joint Force. They are similar and spray on. Good for pain, but not a long-term solution.

    Are you overweight? Have you been working out? What causes the most pain?

    My dad needs knee replacement surgery and doctor's have told him it's hopeless without surgery - too much damage. But I finally got him to lose some weight and after he lost about 40 pounds (still has at least another 70 to go) he said that the pain has been significantly reduced and is often non-existent now. Not saying this is your case, but if you are at all overweight, even a 10-20 pound decrease can help.

  9. I have not found anything betrer than the Cissus / Joint Support xt combo

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    I have not found anything betrer than the Cissus / Joint Support xt combo
    Cissus - forgot this, it is well regarded. Good call. Joint support ...It looks promising but I've given it to a few people and not had much feedback. Nothing bad, just nothing great either.

  11. We have had outstanding feedback . The research on Paractin and NEM is extremely solid. NEM is now be sold by Vetinarians with actially have much stricker guidelines than you would for humans. ha

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  12. Quote Originally Posted by mw1 View Post
    We have had outstanding feedback . The research on Paractin and NEM is extremely solid. NEM is now be sold by Vetinarians with actially have much stricker guidelines than you would for humans. ha
    Yeah, the formula looks good. I have seen a lot of the research and like it. It is a solid product, just the fee people who have used it on my recommendation didn't rave about it, but they may not have been diligent about taking it....you never know what people do or expect.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by shockrock3 View Post
    BPC-157 is a miracle. No joke. Don't even bother with joint supps.
    WOW I just googled this BPC-157 and looks interesting but looks like you need to prick yourself with a needle
    and I've never done that before so wish there was an easier way to dose it .I have had good results though with
    Cissus XT by SNS for tennis elbow and knee issues.

  14. This is the best joint formula I've found. I love the stuff.

    https://mindandmuscle.net/articles/p...joint-formula/
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by totalpackage View Post
    WOW I just googled this BPC-157 and looks interesting but looks like you need to prick yourself with a needle
    You can swallow it - it's a gastric peptide - I did, and it works.

  16. Another recommendation for SNS joint support xt + cissus xt. Definitely one of the more cost effective options and the reviews and results have been stellar (including helping my own knee pain).
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    You can swallow it - it's a gastric peptide - I did, and it works.
    Do you have to prepare it with anything or is it something you get and dose orally and any recommendations
    of reputable source to get it from ?

  18. Quote Originally Posted by totalpackage View Post
    Do you have to prepare it with anything or is it something you get and dose orally and any recommendations
    of reputable source to get it from ?
    Search BPC-157 along with my screen name (advanced search) on here - too much and already posted. It comes dry from an RC, you add BAC water, draw into syringe, shoot down throat without stabbing yourself.

  19. 50 years old and two knee surgeries. Primaforce Cissus, Scivation Flexatril, and Tumeric have been working for me. I'm definitely going to look into this BPC peptide. Thanks, guys and fellow vets!!
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by The_Old_Guy View Post
    Search BPC-157 along with my screen name (advanced search) on here - too much and already posted. It comes dry from an RC, you add BAC water, draw into syringe, shoot down throat without stabbing yourself.
    Thanks will do the search on here.

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Eric Mar View Post
    This is the best joint formula I've found. I love the stuff.

    https://mindandmuscle.net/articles/p...joint-formula/
    I completly agree with you. Flexible is an awesome formula.
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  22. Quote Originally Posted by mklfe1 View Post
    50 years old and two knee surgeries. Primaforce Cissus, Scivation Flexatril, and Tumeric have been working for me. I'm definitely going to look into this BPC peptide. Thanks, guys and fellow vets!!
    Scivation Flexatril worked for me as well! Cheap and it works. Just make sure you get too bottles you have to load it at first.
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by NurseGray View Post
    I completly agree with you. Flexible is an awesome formula.
    Might have to give this a shot!
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by Studhorse View Post
    Might have to give this a shot!
    I always have a tub on hand when things start to feel rough. Usually clears up in a few days. I wish they would re stock the powder version. Iíve been waiting to try that one
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by Eric Mar View Post
    This is the best joint formula I've found. I love the stuff.

    https://mindandmuscle.net/articles/p...joint-formula/
    I will agree!!! Stuff is FANTASTIC
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