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Cartrophen Vet


#1

Hi

35 plus lifters often have mild to severe joint problems--I am no exception. I have had some luck with HGH spot injections---but---there is a Vet med which is also used on people in other countries (I am in Toronto)--and when used with HGH n a series of injections it will cure (yes cure) most joit issues. It is called Cartrophen Vet and it is made/distributed by Biopharm in Austrailia. Its chemical ID is Pentosan Polysulfate and has few side effects if used properly.

Does anyone know where I can get it shipped to Canada or US address. It is used by the National Rugby teams of Austrailia and New Zealand. It will cure--not just treat..

     7Mike7

#2

Hi:

I saw this posting whilst I was searching for related material.

I don't know where to buy this stuff (sorry), but I thought I could add my two-cents to the post:

Many years ago, I had a German Shepherd Dog (actually two...) who developed "Hip Displasia" (if I spelled it correctly). This is a common hip disease for the breed. My dog would scream in pain during either sudden movement or even mild movement after a long period of rest; to the pont where I thought he was going to have to be destroyed. Usual traetments of the day (early 1990's, by the way) did not work - and I spared no expense trying either. My vet then learned of Cartrophen, and suggested that he try it on my dog. I agreed. It WORKED! As in 100% effective - it literally cured my dog of a supposedly incurable disease. I thus vouch for the product (well, in dogs anyway...).

Good luck trying to find it - perhaps a vet in the UK could help?

Regards,

W.


#3

Hi

Thanks for sharing that with me----many bodybuilders use this--but--right now is a bad time to share confidential Info. There are studies regards this product now with human beings---It appears to work the same way---apparently it will also cure any form of tendonitis---and prevent tendon/ligament damage---which some people argue is one of the major causes of arthritis. Please update me

7mike7


#4

hi

Two thoughts----maybe your vet would look the other way----or perhaps the local dog breeder.

I need about 2 bottles

7mike7


#5

I don't have a vet now. My dogs died nearly ten years ago, and that was when I lived in England (I now live in Tennessee; I'm British by birth). Sorry for not making that clear.

WiZ


#6

Does this stuff do anything for cartilage? My dad's got basically no cartilage left in his right knee and is looking at partial knee replacement right now.

DB


#7

Check out Dr. Jonathan Wright's newsletter, Nutrition and Healing, for April 2005 (vol. 12, issue 3). A U.S. doctor has come up ith a very successful treatment for his arthritic patients, and part of the treatment is pentosan polysulphate. An article's been published in Seminars in Arthritis and Rheumatism 1999: 28(4): 211-267.
Dr. Wright's website is www.wrightnewsletter.com.
Hope this helps.