Frequently Asked Questions
about Synthovial 7

  1. What results do people report that are presently using your product?

Most of the inquiries and sales that come into our headquarters are because of "word of mouth", and we are very proud of this fact.  Our re-orders are at a very high percentage, in spite of the fact that nutritional supplementation is extremely competitive, and there are always new products on the horizon, ready to replace those that are already available.  In spite of this, our re-order rate is one of the highest in the industry.  Again, this is due to the fact that people try our product and it works!

To answer your question, yes, we have numerous comments from people that include, but are not limited to the following: 

      "My low back pain is gone.  I can now bend over to tie my shoes without any discomfort or stiffness."

      "My varicose vein is much smoother - less noticeable."

      "A mole on my back is not raised anymore since I started to apply just a drop per day of the Synthovial 7".

      "My speaking voice has more volume and does not sound as weak".

      "My skin is so much softer, and my husband tells me I look younger since using the Synthovial 7.  I have not yet finished my first bottle."

      "My husband's soreness in his feet has disappeared.  It started to come back when he 
ran out of the Synthovial 7." 

  1. What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a special protein occurring naturally throughout the human body.  One of the most heavily researched substances in medicine today with thousands of clinical trials mostly in the fields of orthopedics and eye surgery. Its function in the body is, amongst other things, to bind water and to lubricate movable parts of the body, such as joints and muscles.  Its consistency and tissue-friendliness allows it to be used in skin-care products as an excellent moisturizer. Hyaluronic acid is one of the most hydrophilic molecules in nature and can be described as "nature’s moisturizer".

  1. Why do I need a hyaluronic acid supplement?

Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced by the body as a constituent of synovial fluid that lubricates the cartilage between the joints. As we age, the body produces less HA and it becomes more difficult to replace the lost HA. With osteoarthritis, the cartilage and other structures of the joint begin to break down. In some people, a small amount of inflammation breaks down the hyaluronic acid so that proper lubrication is lost. Joints become stiff and movement is painful. HA supplements pick up where our bodies fail us.

  1. What does HA do for my joints?

The HA in Synthovial 7™ acts to help improve joint movement and cushioning.  If we compare the joints of the human body to and automobile engine, the joint fluid in the body mimics the oil in a car engine.  At regular intervals we replace the oil in our car engines because the heat and friction breakdown the oils viscosity.  The oil becomes thinner and less able to protect the metal surfaces from excessive wear.  Synthovial 7™ acts the same way in our joints.  As we age the viscosity of the joint fluid breaks down and becomes thin and is unable to cushion the joint cartilage.  This leads to increased friction and wear on the cartilage surfaces of the joints.  Taking Synthovial 7™ helps to restore the normal viscosity of joint fluid and to prevent further damage to the joint.

  1. What if I don’t have joint problems?

If you are not currently experiencing joint problems then Synthovial 7™ may be used to provide benefits in the long run.  Just as we change the oil in our car to help prevent problems, taking Synthovial 7™ may help limit the amount of joint damage due to aging or daily abuse by maintaining proper joint fluid viscosity.  Also, our hyaluronic acid production slows down considerably as we age, which accounts in part for the wrinkling of the skin, the joint pain, arterial degeneration, etc., so it makes good sense to compensate with supplemental HA. 

  1. Are these products safe?      

Since Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the body, taking small amounts of HA in our products should be of no health concern. In fact hyaluronic acid is non-toxic at doses a hundred times the standard suggestion of 7 drops of Synthovial 7.

  1. Where does your Hyaluronic Acid come from?

Our acid comes from an extracellular protein produced by bacteria. Our products are not derived from any animal source. Hypersensitivity reactions should not be a concern. The weight of the molecule directly influences its "moisture-binding" capability, and Synthovial 7 is the highest molecular weight HA on the market, which explains the phenomenal results we have experienced.

  1. Can your products be taken with glucosamine and chondroitin?

If you are already taking other supplements or medication for joint pain, taking Synthovial can supplement the effects of your current medications by preventing breakdown of the cartilage through joint lubrication and allowing for the work of glucosamine and chondroitin on rebuilding the cartilage. While HA is in the "family" of glycosaminoglycans, it is unique in its restorative ability, and will often provide improvement, where glucosamine and chondroitin have failed to do so.   The synergistic action of all of these molecules is of course, the optimal way to address joint pain and stiffness, as they all represent the materials that comprise the matrix of our connective tissues.

  1. Do I need to take these supplements with food?

Synthovial 7 is easily tolerated with or without food.  We recommend taking Synthovial 7™ first thing in the morning (this is a good way of getting in the habit of taking it everyday).  It is only necessary to take it once a day, although many people take it in the morning and again at bedtime and report excellent results.  As with any nutritional supplement, it is important to be consistent and take it every day.

  1. Do doctors use Hyaluronic acid to treat their patients.

The answer is yes.  Most of the work has been done in the field of orthopedics, eye surgery and cosmetic surgery.  Hyaluronic acid has been directly injected by needle into the affected joint.  This has yielded great results by immediately increasing the joint lubrication fluid and increasing the viscosity.  It has been used in eye surgery as a replacement fluid in the eye.  It has been applied topically to a wounds or severe burns to promote rapid healing and reduce scarring.

  1. How long has HA been used?

Hyaluronic acid was first used commercially in 1942 when Endre Balazs applied for a patent to use it as a substitute for egg white in bakery products.  He went on to become the leading expert on HA, and made the majority of discoveries concerning HA.

  1. When Hyaluronic acid is taken orally, does the stomach acid break it down so you don’t receive the benefits

At one time it was thought that stomach acid destroyed the HA molecule.  More recent research has shown a large portion of the molecule goes undisturbed by the acid and goes on to be absorbed in the small intestine.  Since Synthovial 7 is of such high molecular weight (hence its effectiveness), we employ a special process of buffering the pH to make the transport into the small intestines more efficient.  Also, Synthovial is the purest, most absorbable medical or pharmaceutical grade of HA available.  The old adage..."We are not what we eat, but what we absorb and assimilate" is absolutely true, especially with hyaluronic acid supplementation.

The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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