Rosehip Joint Comfort*
with Type II Collagen
Feel Flexible & Active*
Support Strong Joint Structure*
Discover Joint Comfort, Mobility, & Strength*
Whether you’re looking to support an active lifestyle, or just seeking comfort and mobility for regular day-to-day activities, this formula delivers amazing benefits you can count on.*
- Supports cushioning cartilage between joints
- Helps you move with comfort
- Supports strong joint structure
- Helps you feel flexible and active*
Powerful, Clinically Studied Ingredients
Rosehips have been used traditionally for centuries to support many aspects of overall health. This formula combines this time-tested botanical with type II collagen to deliver the ultimate in joint comfort and flexibility.*
RHX500™ Rosehip Complex has been clinically studied and shown to provide outstanding joint support.* The beneficial compounds in the patented rosehip complex come from the peels, an especially concentrated source.
Type II Collagen is backed by clinical research and shown to provide significant support for joint structure, flexibility, and mobility. It is the only type of collagen that specifically supports joint health.*
|RHX500™ Proprietary Complex||500 mg||**|
|Type II Collagen||20 mg||**|
**Daily Value (DV) Not Established
1 capsule twice daily.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before use.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do rosehips support my joints?
Rosehips support joint health by working along enzyme pathways that are tied to the structure of the joints and joint cartilage. They are also antioxidants and protect joint tissue from oxidative stress and damage.*
Can I take Rosehip Joint Comfort* with other supplements like Curamin® or CuraMed® Acute Pain Relief*†?
Yes. In fact, as a supportive regimen, combining Rosehip Joint Comfort* with either of those options would work very well.
Why is it important to have type II collagen in this formula? Is this the same collagen that I should use for healthy skin?
Type II collagen occurs naturally in the body and is a major component of the cushioning cartilage in our joints, also called “articular cartilage.” Supplemental type II collagen has been clinically studied for joint support, which is why we’ve included it in this formula.*
†Occasional muscle pain or inflammation due to exercise or overuse.