VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement
Joint Health Supplement
VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement
VitaMonk VibrantJoint
Joint Support Supplement
VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement
Joint Health Supplement
VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement
VitaMonk VibrantJoint
Joint Support Supplement

VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement

$24.99

VibraJoint™ is one of the best performing joint health, comfort and mobility supplements on the market.

Containing a blend of powerful ingredients, this supplement is scientifically shown to support: 

  • Overall joint health
  • Joint mobility & comfort
  • Joint function and repair 

The high doses of traditional healing ingredients make VibraJoint™ one of the best joint health supplements on the market. 

Try it now to help you get back to your healthy and active way of life!

Science Backed Joint Health, Mobility & Comfort Supplement

VibraJoint™ was specially formulated to give you the best possible fast-acting support for joint health, comfort and mobility.

One of the main ingredients in VibraJoint™ is curcumin (the active ingredient in the spice turmeric). This spice has been used for thousands of years in traditional herbal medicine for joint health, comfort and mobility.

Recently, scientific research has shown that it provides nutritional support to keep your joints in tip-top shape.

VibraJoint™ provides a higher dose of curcumin that most other dietary supplements, to give you the maximum results from this known antioxidant.

Are you looking for a little bit of extra comfort in your joints? Then try VibraJoint™ - specifically engineered to support healthy joints and joint mobility!

VibraJoint™Joint Health Supplement

A Powerful Mix Of Joint Support & Mobility Ingredients 

VibraJoint™ has been carefully formulated by our licensed doctors to give you the best gentle joint support supplement on the market.

In addition to turmeric and curcumin, it includes high doses of highly effective ingredients KNOWN to support joint health comfort and mobility, like: 

  • Cissus quadrangularis: commonly used in traditional medicine around the world. It’s popular among athletes because it shows a lot of promise in promoting joint health and bone density.
  • Boswellia serrata (or frankincense): a gum resin extracted from a tree, used in ancient Ayurvedic medicine. It also provides support for joint mobility.
  • Glucosamine and Chondroitin: known to promote overall joint health through supporting healthy collagen production in your joints. It supports a healthy repair function in your joints.
  • Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), S-Adenosyl Methionine & Pycnogenol: substances shown to have antioxidant properties and support joint health, function, mobility & comfort.

VibraJoint™ is further enhanced with black pepper extract, which has been demonstrated to greatly boost the absorption of these ingredients by your body for optimal results.

Take these gentle joint health supplements to help you face each day with joints with more zest and comfort to return to your active way of life!

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VibraJoint - Understanding Joint Health

Joints (articulations) are used to connect intersecting bones of the skeleton to each other. Without them the body would be completely stiff and movement not possible.

There are numerous function types of joints: some of these allow an high amount of movement, such as the diarthrosis joints that occur at the knees, wrist, elbow, and shoulders, while others allow no movement (synarthrosis joints such as used to connect the teeth to the skull) or limited movements (amphiarthrosis joints found in the discs of the spine or at the hips).

Structurally, there are three main types of joints, these consist the synovial joint (e.g., the ball and socket joints at the hip and shoulders); fibrous joint (e.g., collagen in the skull); and Cartilaginous joints (used to bind bones together, such as at the ribs).

The most common type of joint is the synovial joint. These are involved in movement, and maintaining their health is of utmost importance. In addition to the ball and socket joints, other common classes of these ‘movement’ joints are Gliding (e.g., at the wrist); Saddle (e.g., metacarpal/trapezium); and Hinge (e.g., knee).

The above type of joint consists of a fluid filled space between cartilage pads. These are located at the end of articulating bones. The joint itself is surrounded by connective tissues. The very thick connective tissue at the outer layer of the joint tissue is known as ligament; this tissue is involved in stabilization against/during movement and strengthening of the joint. Joints also contain a lubricating synovial fluid, which helps to prevent damage that may occur from friction.

Unfortunately many people suffer from damage related issues with their joints; this can result in feelings of discomfort, stiffness, and soreness. VitaMonk VibraJoint has been designed to support joint health. It includes ingredients scientifically reported to play a role in supporting joint function, mobility, repair, and general overall health and comfort.

Glucosamine

This amino sugar, also known as 2-amino-2-deoxy-β-d-glucopyranose, is mainly concentrated in the joints and cartilage of the human body. Supplement forms of glucosamine are derived from shellfish.

Glucosamine can be taken up into cartilage cells and may support their synthesis in vitro. It has also been demonstrated to support healthier bone metabolism through enhancing bone deposition and decreasing bone resorption [1]. Thus glucosamine is likely to play an important role in the support of overall joint health. 

Cissus Quadrangularis 

Cissus quadrangularis (Veldt grape) is a member of the Vitaceae plant family. It has long been used in traditional Ayurvedic and Siddha medicine as a treatment for the support of joint and bone health [2].

Studies in rats and mice have reported that supplementation with Cissus quadrangularis may help with changes that may occur in the body due to the menopause (such as altered build building mechanisms). The plant may also have an impact on various hormonal interactions, including those involving cortisol, testosterone, and estrogen.

Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense)

Gum from the herb Boswellia serrata has many traditional uses in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines. It is thought to support bone and joint health through supporting the response to inflammation. The main processes for this response likely involve the inhibition 5-Lipooxygenase (5-Lox) by 11-keto Boswellic acids [3], and inhibition of NF-kB facilitated by β-Boswellic acid [4]. Boswellia may also help to support general well being in people with joint issues.

Chondroitin Sulfate

Like glucosamine, chondroitin is naturally found in the body as part of the cartilage [5]. It has been reported that the combination of chondroitin and glucosamine might have additive effects with relation to joint health. Chondroitin sulfate may play a role in the response to inflammation through the inhibition of proteolytic enzyme synthesis and nitric oxides (NO), which themselves may be detrimental to cartilage health.

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM; DMSO2)

The organosulfur compound methylsulfonylmethane is known to have antioxidant properties and may also help to support the response to inflammation. With regards to general joint health, it is thought to act in a similar manner to glucosamine. 

It may help to support joint health through supporting the syntheses of cartilage and by protecting against potential oxidative stresses that may occur during exercise [6]. It has also been reported to help with the muscle soreness that occurs during exercise recovery [7].

S-Adenosyl Methionine (SAMe; Ademethionine)

The methyl donor S-Adenosyl Methionine plays a role in anabolic reactions such as the transfer of methyl groups, aminopropylation, and transsulfuration.

Low circulating levels of SAMe have been linked to joint and bone related issues. It is also thought to have potential nootropic effects as it supports the boosting of mood. Investigations using Drosophila suggest that S-adenosyl-methionine catabolism may also have a role in supporting healthy ageing [8].

Pycnogenol

Pycnogenols are sourced from the bark of the French Maritime tree Pinus pinaster Aiton [9]. They are a group of catechins similar to those found in green tea and grape seed, and hence have antioxidant properties. In addition to the catechin containing procyanidin compounds, pycnogenols are also rich in taxifolin, and ferulic and caffeic acids. 

Pycnogenol may help to support healthier blood flow and the response to inflammation through the control of Nitric oxide. It may help to support joint health through affecting NF-kB and MMP9, thus impacting inflammatory signals and immune cell movement [10].

Turmeric Powder 

Turmeric contains curcuminoids such as curcumin and 5′-Methoxycurcumin, and is rich in volatile oils [11]. These compounds have antioxidant properties and may help to support healthy joints through their role in the response to inflammation [11, 12].

Black Pepper Extract

This is used to help increase bioavailability of ingredients such as curcumin to the body [13].

Further Reading 

  • Harvard Medical School: Simple tips to protect your joints {http://www.health.harvard.edu/pain/simple-tips-to-protect-your-joints} 
  • University of Rochester: Anatomy of a Joint {https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?contenttypeid=85&contentid=P00044}
  • Reddit: Running - Do you take supplements for your joints {https://www.reddit.com/r/running/comments/3z1h5q/do_you_take_supplements_for_your_joints/}  

Scientific Abstracts, Citations, Reviews, and References Used in This Article

[1] Nagaoka et al. Biological activities of glucosamine and its related substances. Adv Food Nutr Res. 2012;65:337-52. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-416003-3.00022-6. 

[2] Sawangjit et al. Efficacy and Safety of Cissus quadrangularis L. in Clinical Use: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. Phytother Res. 2017 Apr;31(4):555-567. doi: 10.1002/ptr.5783. 

[3] Sailer et al. Acetyl-11-keto-beta-boswellic acid (AKBA): structure requirements for binding and 5-lipoxygenase inhibitory activity. Br J Pharmacol. 1996 Feb;117(4):615-8.

[4] Poeckel and Werz. Boswellic acids: biological actions and molecular targets. Curr Med Chem. 2006;13(28):3359-69. 

[5] Mikami and Kitagawa. Biosynthesis and function of chondroitin sulfate. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013 Oct;1830(10):4719-33. doi: 10.1016/j.bbagen.2013.06.006.

[6] Nakhostin-Roohi et al. Effect of chronic supplementation with methylsulfonylmethane on oxidative stress following acute exercise in untrained healthy men. J Pharm Pharmacol. 2011 Oct;63(10):1290-4. doi: 10.1111/j.2042-7158.2011.01314.x.

[7] Kalman et al. Influence of methylsulfonylmethane on markers of exercise recovery and performance in healthy men: a pilot study. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2012 Sep 27;9(1):46. doi: 10.1186/1550-2783-9-46.

[8] Obata and Miura. Enhancing S-adenosyl-methionine catabolism extends Drosophila lifespan. Nat Commun. 2015 Sep 18;6:8332. doi: 10.1038/ncomms9332.

[9] Chen et al. Chromatographic fingerprint analysis of Pycnogenol dietary supplements. J AOAC Int. 2009 Mar-Apr;92(2):624-32. 

[10] Grimm et al. Inhibition of NF-κB activation and MMP-9 secretion by plasma of human volunteers after ingestion of maritime pine bark extract (Pycnogenol). Journal of Inflammation 20063:1 DOI: 10.1186/1476-9255-3-1

[11] Li et al. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of curcuminoids in herbal medicines derived from Curcuma species. Food Chemistry. Volume 126, Issue 4, 15 June 2011, Pages 1890–1895 

[12] Di Martino et al. Recent progress on curcumin-based therapeutics: a patent review (2012-2016). Part I: Curcumin. Expert Opin Ther Pat. 2017 May;27(5):579-590. doi: 10.1080/13543776.2017.1276566. 

[13] Shoba et al. Influence of piperine on the pharmacokinetics of curcumin in animals and human volunteers. Planta Med. 1998 May;64(4):353-6.

Do you have any tips on protecting joints from damage and pain?

There are numerous things that affect joint health; here are some recommendations:

  • It is recommended to be very careful when lifting heavy objects. By sliding objects you can help to prevent excess pressure on your joints. If you are carrying out a weightlifting or bodybuilding program, it is very important to have practice correct technique.
  • Use both hands. This can help to spread any weight and stress between the joints, thus avoiding putting undue pressure on them. 
  • Think about how you can rearrange your kitchen and living space, so that you’ll get easier access to objects that you may use regularly. E.g., things such as heavy pans should be stored at waist level. This will help to eliminate unnecessary bending down or stretching out to reach objects, and can greatly reduce the stresses that you put on your knees, hips, and back. It is also worth buying and using lower weight products in the kitchen. 
  • Use assistive devices. For example using a pair of pliers to open a tough screw on lid will reduce stress on your wrists, whilst using a shoehorn will reduce stresses on your shoulders, back, and wrists.
  • Get out of a chair using an open palm. Pushing yourself up from sitting using your fingers or a fist can cause unnecessary stresses to your joints. 

How do you keep your joints healthy?

In addition to taking VibraJoint, you may wish to incorporate some of the following things into your lifestyle: Partake in exercise, but do not over exercise (strengthening muscles can help to prevent stresses on joints); Warm up before carrying out any strenuous activity; Avoid high impact exercises; Maintain an healthy weight; Take vitamin D; Change positions regularly: if you are sat down at a computer all day make sure to stretch out and go for a walk at regular intervals; Ensure you have good shoes, ideally with good arch support. 

Is using ice to help heal joints just a myth?

Using ice packs, frozen vegetables, or an ice massage can help to reduce swelling and offer relief to sore joints. 

If I have joint issues should I discuss them with my doctor?

Yes, He / She will be able to offer you valuable advice upon performing a physical examination of your joints. They may also offer you self-management tips. 

How do you take care of your bones?

Try to incorporate foods rich in calcium, magnesium, and vitamins D and K into your diet; partaking in weight bearing exercises (such as walking) give up smoking. 

Which food items should I include in my diet to help improve/protect my joints

Natural foods that you may wish to eat to support healthy joints include omega-3 fatty acids, such as are found in oily fish and flaxseed; Sulfur (found in eggs, onions, leeks, and cruciferous vegetables; vitamin D; Calcium; Fiber rich foods (whole grains, legumes such as peas and beans, dark vegetables such as Kale); Anthocyanin, found in berries and currants. 

Any foods that I should avoid eating if I am having joint issues?

Avoid foods that may trigger inflammation such as MSG, aspartame, casein, and gluten; simple carbs, processed foods and refined sugars; and unhealthy fats.

What are some of the symptoms of joint damage?

Stiffness, tenderness, swelling, warmth, redness, loss of motion range, and locking. 

What is a tendon?

A sinew is a fibrous collagen tissue. It connects muscle to bone. This differs from a ligament, which connects bone to bone.

What are Bursae?

A bursa is a thin fluid filled sac that cushions the bones and tendons from friction around a joint. 

Where can I buy VitaMonk VibraJoint™?

You can purchase it online here or from Amazon. It is suitable for vegetarians and gluten free. We offer free shipping on all orders over $35.

What is the dosage recommendation for VibraJoint?

There is presently no RDA set for the ingredients contained in this product. The container states a serving size dose of 3 capsules; there are 30 servings per container.