6 Effective Nutraceuticals That Can Help Relieve Osteoarthritis Pain

April, 02 2024 5 min read
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Nutraceuticals1 derived from natural sources are proven effective in managing knee osteoarthritis symptoms in seniors. These nutraceuticals have various ingredients derived from plant and animal sources. From effective pain management and reduced swelling to providing support to joints and maintaining flexibility, these nutraceuticals can improve seniors' quality of life.

What are nutraceuticals, and why are they essential for osteoarthritis patients?

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common degenerative joint disease that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by the breakdown of cartilage in the joints, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. While there is no cure for osteoarthritis, there are various treatment approaches aimed at managing its symptoms and improving the quality of life for those affected. One such approach involves the use of nutraceuticals – natural compounds found in certain foods that offer potential therapeutic benefits beyond basic nutrition.

What are the major benefits of the nutraceuticals in osteoarthritis?

Nutraceutical are beneficial in the effective management of osteoarthritis in different ways. They primarily help with; pain management, swelling, strengthening and bone/cartilage formation, repairing the connective tissue and lubricating the joints for better movement. In a world where joint discomfort and knee pain are all too common, finding effective and natural solutions becomes paramount. Enter AGEasy by Antara, a trailblazing leader in the field of nutraceuticals, committed to crafting innovative remedies that help individuals regain their mobility and freedom from knee pain.

With an unwavering dedication to research and development, AGEasy by Antara proudly presents a groundbreaking lineup of 6 nutraceuticals, each meticulously formulated to target knee pain and bring relief that goes beyond expectations.

Nutraceuticals from plant sources:

  1. Turmeric (Curcumin):

Turmeric is a spice commonly used in everyday cooking. It contains a special substance called curcumin, which has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to reduce inflammation. Numerous studies have found that curcumin extract can help reduce knee pain in people with osteoarthritis. Moreover, clinical trials on turmeric supplements have shown encouraging results in improving pain and function over the long term.

2. Glucosamine:

Glucosamine is a naturally occurring substance in our body that helps make an important component called glycosaminoglycans, which is crucial for building and repairing cartilage2 in your joints. By maintaining healthy cartilage, it can improve joint health and reduce discomfort for people with knee osteoarthritis. Glucosamine is available in various forms, including sulfate, hydrochloride, and N-acetylglucosamine. Glucosamine sulfate is the most studied form of glucosamine, and there are strong evidences on its effectiveness to alleviate symptoms and support smooth joint movement.

3. Boswellia (Shallaki):

Aflapin is a natural extract from a Boswellia serrata plant that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for a long time due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Research studies of Boswellia extract have shown that it can reduce inflammation and joint pain in people with knee osteoarthritis. Additionally, it may also slow down the process of bone loss and help prevent cartilage damage.

4. Ginger extract:

Ginger has impressive anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce swelling and pain around joints. Certain ginger extracts have been found to be effective in reducing joint inflammation in people with osteoarthritis, offering relief similar to steroidal drugs. Clinical studies have shown that ginger extract can significantly reduce osteoarthritis pain, making it a natural option for managing pain without relying on medications.

5. Pepper:

Pepper, another natural ingredient of spices, contains an active ingredient called piperine, which can reduce inflammation and joint pain. Studies have revealed that including pepper in your diet can help manage osteoarthritis symptoms, similar to arthritis medications. Furthermore, adding pepper to your daily meals can enhance the absorption and effectiveness of other natural supplements you take. The piperine in pepper improves the body's ability to absorb nutrients, making it easier for your body to benefit from these natural supplements.

Nutraceuticals obtained from animal sources:


Collagen can be obtained from animals or created synthetically in a lab. It is crucial in maintaining joint health and providing structural support to our joints. Collagen powder can help reduce the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis by preventing bone loss and repairing the lost tissue around joints.

Vitamins and Minerals:

Besides nutraceuticals, certain vitamins and minerals are crucial for joint and bone health:

Vitamin D: Helps the body absorb calcium, preventing bone fractures.

Vitamin K2: Works with Vitamin D and calcium to support bone health.

Calcium: Essential for strong bones, muscle function, and hormone regulation.

Magnesium: Strengthens bones, regulates heart rhythm, and supports joint cartilage.

Ensure you have enough of these vitamins and minerals that can help keep your joints and bones healthy and functioning well.

It is important to have the right combination and dosage of ingredients in a supplement to get the maximum benefit. Antara has recently launched a range of four nutraceutical supplements that contain scientifically proven ingredients in their effective dosage and a blend of perfectly balanced combinations to aid the management of osteoarthritis. These products are:

  1. Expert Joint Care Advanced
  2. Expert Joint Care Comfort
  3. Expert Joint Care Comfort-G
  4. Expert Joint Care Vitamins

All these products are to be taken once daily unlike other products in the market which are to be taken multiple times a day.

For people dealing with knee osteoarthritis, considering natural nutraceuticals can be a helpful and effective way to manage the condition. However, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare professional before adding these nutraceuticals to your routine to ensure they are suitable for you. In a market flooded with fleeting remedies, AGEasy by Antara stands tall as a beacon of hope for those seeking lasting relief from knee pain. Their 6 meticulously crafted nutraceuticals redefine the possibilities of natural solutions, setting a new standard for knee health support. With a commitment to holistic well-being, unwavering quality, and empowerent of seniors, AgEasy by Antara is not just a brand; it's a partner on your journey to a pain-free, active life.

Call us at +919911789911 to know more about all the osteoarthritis products that we offer!


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  1. Nutraceutical products: These are food products that act as supplement in treating or preventing some disease
  2. Cartilage: A smooth and flexible tissue that cushions and protects the ends of bones in joints