Compounds in Ginger have been shown to help reduce inflammation and pain, much like NSAID pain relievers do, such as aspirin.
Turmeric has been used for centuries in Asian medicine. It has been shown to work in the same manner as Ginger in that it can help by reducing inflammation, while also working as a pain reliever.
This compound has been shown to help reduce pain and the swelling of joints caused by osteoarthritis.
This compound contains precursors for glycosaminoglycans which are an essential part of your joints and helps in general joint health. This allows glucosamine sulfate to be to help to prevent the cartilage degradation of the joints and treat arthritis.
Like glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate contains compounds that are an integral art of cartilage. The effects are not only contained in the realm of being an anti-inflammatory but also its ability to stimulate the synthesis of proteoglycans and hyaluronic acid; both of which are compounds in cartilage. It also has the ability to decrease the degradation of cartilage.
This chemical compound makes up the extracellular matrix of our joints. This means that this compound helps give your joints the structural integrity they possess. Not only is it part of the joints, it has been shown to help support the cells that are involved with the joints.