Osteocerin Glucosamine Sulpher Potassium Chloride Msm And Diacerein

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saji kumar Says:


any side effect for the medicine? For what purpose we take this medicine?



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Verwon Says:

The Diacerein in this is used to treat pain and inflammation from conditions such as arthritis, the other ingredients Potassium, MSM and Glucosamine are supplements that are believed to help with joint health and mobility.

Learn more Diacerein details here.

Learn more Potassium details here.

Learn more Glucosamine details here.

Learn more Methylsulfonylmethane details here.

As to the side effects, I don't have any information on that, since the Diacerein is the only drug ingredient and it isn't approved and used in the U.S. The only one that I know having been reported from it is diarrhea.

Are there any other questions?

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