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Metagenics Kaprex 60 softgels

Key features

Kaprex provides a safer option for effective joint relief. This proprietary combination of selected plant components influences kinase signaling and the formation of certain substances that are associated with minor pain. Clinical testing suggests that Kaprex may offer a high degree of predicted cardiovascular, gastric, renal, and liver safety.

  • Provides effective joint relief that is worry-free
  • Modulates prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) production at specific target cells
  • Features SKRMs in the form of THIAA to modulate kinase activity in favor of good health

The ingredient synergy of Tetrase™, oleanolic acid, and rosemary provide efficacy at a low dose for a maximum cost-effectiveness
Developed through the ExpresSyn™ Process, which combines cell proteomic research, safety evaluations, human ex vivo research, and clinical testing for maximum safety and effectiveness



A proprietary blend of: 350mg

Tetrase™, (Tetrahydro-iso-alpha acids complex†, from hops) (Humulus lupulus L.), Oleanolic Acid (from olive leaf extract,Olea europaea), Rosemary Leaf Extract (Rosmarinus officinalis)

Other ingredients: Soybean oil , gelatin, glycerin, lecithin (soy), water, beeswax, and sodium copper chlorophyllin. Contains: soy.

Free of all common allergens, including: wheat, dairy, eggs, corn, and yeast.

Suggested Use

One softgel two times daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.


Reducing Joint Pain Naturally

Most people over age 35 have at least some wear and tear in their joints, but that doesn't mean it should cramp your style.

Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. It usually has a gradual onset and begins after the age of forty. The knees, hips, fingers and vertebrae are most susceptible. The joint deterioration is due to faulty or deficient repair of bone and cartilage in the joint. The standard North American diet is deficient in the minerals necessary for proper joint repair; therefore it is not surprising that osteoarthritis is a common concern. Osteoarthritis causes stiffness and joint pain on motion.

It is typically worse in the morning. Initially there is no inflammation or swelling of the joint. As the damage progresses the joint may become inflamed and deformed. Muscles around the joint can tense up, joint mobility may decrease and there may be a grating feeling on movement. The pain becomes constant and occurs even when at rest.

Drug Treatments Actually Worsen Arthritis

Conventional treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammatories has been shown to worsen arthritis. Side effects of some drugs are gastrointestinal bleeding, stomach ulcers, heart attacks and liver problems. Some of these medications, especially the NSAID group can actually accelerate the degradation of joint tissue. Corticosteroids like cortisone and prednisone sometimes prescribed for arthritis, while effective at relieving discomfort in the short term, can cause a loss of bone mass.

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