1

Your cart is empty.

Healing Solutions Health & Nutrition

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid

$ 37.00


Hyaluronic Acid

(Part of Dr. Klinghardt's protocol for treating Lyme)

***Pulls BUGS OUT Of The Cells***

Health Functions

  • Nourish skin and moisturize hair
  • Facilitate the transport of nutrients and excretion of wastes from cells*
  • Support the body with antioxidant properties

Suggested Use

  • 1 squeeze of the dropper** (1 ml) in a glass of water, once daily.
  • **Approx. 45 drops

Servings per Container

  • 30

Ingredients

  • Hyaluronic Acid (sodium hyaluroniate 3 mg), saline water, potassium sorbate.

Warnings

  • Please Note: Allergy test by using trace amount on skin and observing for 24 hours.  Continue allergy test for consumption with trace amount and observe for 24 hours.  Stop use of product if adverse reactions occur with ongoing use.

 

Hyaluronic Acid (also known as Hyaluronan or HA) is a glycosaminoglycan, or GAG. Its structure is that of a long linear chain of repeating pairs of carbohydrate molecules. It is a naturally occurring gel-like substance that provides cushioning, lubrication, and flexibility in our bodies, but unfortunately, becomes less available in our older years.* The decrease of HA can lead to symptoms of aging in our skin, joints, vision, and overall health.Healing Products offers this effective dietary supplement of Hyaluronic Acid that supports the body’s native mechanisms to help us look and feel younger longer.* BioPure’s Hyaluronic Acid liquid is offered in a 4oz bottle with a glass dropper. It is delivered orally as a liquid solution of sodium hyaluroniate (3 mg). Other ingredients are saline water and potassium sorbate.

Research & More Information

Hyaluronic Acid, also referred to as Hyaluronan or HA, is a naturally occurring viscous substance present in cells throughout the human body.  The greatest concentrations of Hyaluronic Acid are found in the cartilage and synovial fluid of our joints, providing cushioning, lubrication, and flexibility; in the vitreous humor of the eye, helping to maintain resiliency and moisture; and, primarily, in the cells of our skin, providing elasticity and smoothness.*

Hyaluronic Acid is naturally produced, broken down and renewed in our bodies, but becomes less available in our older years. Many of the classic symptoms of aging such as decreased movement in our joints, a decrease in vision acuity, and the degradation of supple, wrinkle-free skin, are directly related to the decreasing content of Hyaluronic Acid in our cells.* It is now widely used in the cosmetic industry as a moisturizer and skin rejuvenator. Research studies have shown that supplemental Hyaluronic Acid can be absorbed orally and effectively utilized throughout the body and may help to lessen many of the inevitable effects of aging.*

Continued research is revealing more and more essential roles this hydrophilic gel-like chemical plays in our overall health and bodily functions. In addition to holding precious moisture and providing connective tissue structure and support, we now know that Hyaluronic Acid helps to transport nutrients and excrete wastes from our cells.* It acts as an antioxidant and helps support the immune system, too.* Hyaluronic Acid may also play a role in heart health.*