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Green Lipped Mussel Extract

Green lipped mussel is the native New Zealand shellfish Perna canaliculusm, a mollusc that freely inhabits our long coastline. Research shows green lipped mussel helps maintain flexibility, mobility and suppleness of joints.

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Green Lipped Mussel Info

Green lipped mussel is the native New Zealand shellfish Perna canaliculusm, a mollusc that freely inhabits our long coastline and is an important cultivated species in our government regulated aquaculture industry. Farmed in our southern seawaters under careful protocols to prevent contamination and ensure high potency, New Zealand green lipped mussels have a natural anti-inflammatory effect beneficial for joint disorders and many other inflammatory conditions.

As well as being naturally rich sources of the Omega 3 essential fatty acids, green lipped mussels are also high in proteins, minerals, enzymes and GAGs (glycosaminoglycans) the essential factors in joint cartilage formation and repair.

Green Lipped Mussel Benefits

Research shows green lipped mussel helps maintain flexibility, mobility and suppleness of joints. It is an effective treatment for symptoms of both rheumatoid and osteo arthritis, including stiffness, pain, inflammation and joint mobility problems. It helps the body repair joint and cartilage damage, supplying chondroitin, glucosamine and other important nutrients essential to the repair process. Tendon, ligament and muscle function are all improved and conditions such as fibromyalgia and fibrositis relieved with green lipped mussel’s regenerative action.

Green lipped mussel is beneficial for several other inflammatory conditions including asthma, psoriasis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Digestive upsets due to anti-inflammatory drugs can also be alleviated by green lipped mussel, and it can improve arthritic conditions in cats, dogs and horses as well as humans.

Green Lipped Mussel Side Effects

Contraindicated for people allergic to shellfish. Supplements (concentrated extracts) are not recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Side effects of gastric discomfort and nausea are rare.

Product Reviews

  • aches and pain

    Seatone was recommended to me by a neighbour so I tried it though I was pretty sceptical, well I was wrong and it really does help.I felt free of pain after a few weeks, so I went off it for a while.Oh dear my pains flared u again, so back on it I went and after a few days the pain eased so I was convinced, and now I am not without my Seartone.

    Elly

    24/06/16

  • Very good

    I really haven't been taking it long enough for it to make a massive difference to my health yet, but I am impressed with the quality and price of this :)

    Debbie

    9/06/16

  • Works well alongside Homeopathy

    My wife was diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the right foot after a possible injury. As I am a qualified homeopath I used homeopathy in conjunction with Good Health Mussel 6000, two capsules daily first thing in the morning. We started the Homeopathy and Mussel supplement about a year ago. The result is now no pain at all where before it was a very sharp pain with quite a lot of swelling and some discomfort when walking, the swelling has gone down now to virtually nothing except a couple of small nodes that are now reducing and walking has returned to normal. No medical drugs have been used at any time for this condition. Prognosis is looking good and my wife is continuing with the product and homeopathy.

    Leigh

    3/06/16

Wellness Blog

  • Green Lipped Mussels: A Key to Curbing Inflammation, naturally

    Endemic to New Zealand coastlines, the green lipped mussel is an amazing creature. During its lifetime, it goes through some pretty incredible changes. It spends the first six weeks of its life as a free-swimming […]

  • Green Lipped Mussel – from traditional Maori food to researched joint relief

    Green Lipped Mussel: tasty, traditional “kai” since time immemorial Green Lipped Mussels (scientific name: Perna canaliculus) have been on the menu for coastal dwelling Maori for centuries. Archaeological digs show evidence  of this in the […]

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