Canine Cortaflex Essential Cortaflex Buyers Guide
What is Cortaflex?
Cortaflex is a revoluntary new generation of natural dietary supplement designed to help maintain your Joints. The unique Cortaflex formula is available in 3 different varieties – Human Cortaflex, Canine & Feline Cortaflex and Equine Cortaflex.
The science behind Cortaflex – what makes Cortaflex different?
Originally designed for the Race Horse (Equine) and Dog Breeding (Canine) market, the unique Cortaflex formula was then developed on the back of this success into a Human variety.
We all know that Glucosamine and Chondroitin are key components to keep Joints strong and healthy and that when Joint problems occur, it is often a lack of these two key nutrients. Glucosamine and Chondroitin are large molecules and so are often difficult to absorb within the body, particularly after prolonged use. Cortaflex avoids all the absorption problems of Glucosamine and Chondroitin by using the isolates of Glucosamine and Chondroitin. This is where Cortaflex can help.
Cortaflex is different from normal Glucosamine and Chondroitin tablets as it is formulated from the smaller key refined pharmaceutical-grade isolates, amino acids and co-enzymes, that make up Glucosamine and Chondroitin, for example Glutamine, Glutamic Acid, Glucuronic Acid, Glycine and Proline. These smaller molecules are more easily absorbed into the blood stream, resulting in more of the nutrients getting to the required area, which makes it more effective. The Cortaflex nutrients also help to balance your body to keep Joints well maintained.
Different Cortaflex Formulas – Human Cortaflex, Canine Cortaflex and Equine Cortaflex
There are 3 different varieties of Cortaflex; Human Cortaflex for People, Canine Cortaflex for Cats and Dogs and Equine Cortaflex for Horses. Each of the 3 different varieties are specifically designed for the individual breed and users should only take the variety for themselves or their pet.
Human Cortaflex is available in 2 strengths – Human Cortaflex and Human Cortaflex HA both in capsule form. Human Cortaflex HA contains 400mg of active ingredients together with Hyaluronic Acid (a key component to healthy synovial fluid within the Joint) whilst Human Cortaflex offers a maintenance level of 200mg of active ingredients in an easy to swallow cellulose capsule.
Canine Cortaflex is available in three different formulas – Canine Cortaflex Capsules, Canine Cortaflex Powder & Canine Cortaflex Joint Care Powder and Canine Cortaflex Solution, making it easy to administer either directly by the capsule or by mixing into the food with the Powders or Solution.
Equine Cortaflex is available for working and non-working horses alike, which is available in either a Solution or Powder formula for easy mixing into food.
What formula is best for my Dog or Cat?
There are several things to consider when buying Cortaflex for your Cat or Dog. Firstly, you need to think about the severity of their condition and secondly how do you feed your pets and how do they normally take supplements.
For those pets who have had joint problems for years or have severe conditions, Canine Cortaflex Capsules, Canine Cortaflex Solution and Canine Cortaflex Powder are the stronger formulas which offer 400mg of active ingredients. For those who are looking to maintain their condition or taking the supplement as a precaution particularly if their breed is prone to joint problems, these pets should consider Cortaflex Joint Care Powder which contains 200mg of active ingredients.
Take into account how you feed your pet. If they have dried food, capsules is probably going to be the easiest method although with some pets are able to take the supplement in powder form but this really depends how fussy your pet is. If you feed your pet wet food, then the Solution is the easiest formula to just mix it into the food – bear in mind though that it does contain a slight beef flavour to is so if your Dog or Cat is really fussy, the Powder is more than likely the best formula.
Can I give Canine Cortaflex to my pet if they are taking prescribed medicines from the Vet?
Canine Cortaflex is a natural dietary supplement for Joints so it should be safe to take alongside prescription medication, however, if you are in any doubt, we strongly recommend that you check with your Vet.
What is Hyaluronic Acid and why is it in Cortaflex HA
Hyaluronic Acid is a key component of synovial fluid and is found in the synovium layer around the joints and in cartilage. It is a glycosaminoglycan with anti-inflammatory and anti-oedematose properties. It is also found in the vitreous humor of the eye and the subcutaneous layer of the skin, and has been sighted as having major anti-ageing properties particularly with the joints and skin. In osteoarthritis changes found in the Hyaluronic Acid in the cartilage lead to a degeneration of the cartilage. Replacing the Hyaluronic Acid improves the quality of the synovial fluid and cartilage to keep the joints healthy and because of these huge benefits Cortaflex HA is fortified with Hyaluronic Acid.
How long will it be before I notice a difference in my pet
Again, this is really determined by the condition of your pet and also how they absorb vitamins, minerals and supplements. Most of our customers notice a difference within 2 weeks of starting the Cortaflex, particularly if they follow our suggestion of double dosing within the first 2 weeks.