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Extra Recovery Capsules (60pcs)

Extra Recovery Capsules (60pcs)


Extra effect for regeneration after extra performance!
For the protection of the skeletal system, muscles, nervous system and the immune system!


Extra effect for regeneration after extra performance!
For the protection of the skeletal system, muscles, nervous system and the immune system!

Glucosamine Sulfate:
It plays a role in maintaining the structure and function of cartilage in the joints of the body and also has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps the function of joint tissues exposed to friction and the regeneration of cartilage tissue. This was confirmed, among other things, by a domestic study involving 163 patients with knee osteoarthritis. Those who received glucosamine sulfate treatment had significant relief of pain after a few months and no side effects. During therapeutic treatment, the clinical symptoms of the disease process are reduced, and the cartilage of the damaged cartilage is gradually regenerated.

Chondroitin Sulfate:
In recent years, a number of studies have been conducted to evaluate the efficacy of glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin sulfate therapy, and a number of studies summarizing the results to date have been published on this topic. The results of these large patient populations clearly showed that both glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, or a combination of the two, are effective agents in the treatment of joint wear. Furthermore, based on the large number of studies performed to date, mild and moderate joint abrasions appear to be reduced to a similar extent by glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate formulations in combination with previous anti-inflammatory drugs.

It is also worth consuming substances that help the metabolism of our skeletal system. This is also important because cartilage and bones do not contain blood vessels, making it harder for them to get the right nutrients. An example is Chondroitin Sulfate, which alone improves cartilage and bone metabolism, but in combination with healthy exercise, it can increase its effects.

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM):
The benefits of MSM are due in part to the ability of the cheese walls to restore flexibility and permeability, allowing toxins to flow in and out of nutrients. If the cells are kept in balance, the formation of toxins that cause inflammation in the joints and muscles can be prevented. As a result, MSM eliminates the cause of inflammation and pain, rather than just treating the symptoms. Research suggests that MSM may be the most effective over-the-counter anti-inflammatory.

Amino acids are the building blocks of our muscles!
– Amino acids are the end products of protein digestion, the building blocks of our own proteins.
– Absorbed amino acids are partially converted to each other or to a protein (plasma albumin) in the liver.
– A significant portion of the amino acids that pass through the liver are used by muscle cells to build up their proteins.

When we eat protein-rich foods, the proteins that get into our bodies break down into amino acids and get into the bloodstream.

BCAA complex (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine):
In the group of branched chain amino acids or BCAAs, three amino acids belong to leucine, isoleucine and valine. Together, these three essential amino acids make up about 35% of the amino acid content of our muscle tissue stock.
In addition to cell structure and tissue regeneration, they may be involved in the process of energy supply, the regulation of protein synthesis.
Essential amino acids are those amino acids that the human or animal body is unable to produce, or only in insufficient quantities.
9 amino acids are essential for the human body.

OETI: Branched chain amino acids (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine) can help muscle regeneration and help build and maintain healthy muscle tissue.

– Building muscle tissue.
– Muscle regeneration.
– Strengthening the immune system.

It is the amino acid most needed to build our muscle tissue. It plays a significant role in protein synthesis and muscle regeneration, but not only does it utilize muscle tissue, but the immune system and digestive system can be strengthened from its use. Low L-Glutamine levels can lead to the breakdown of muscle tissue, which in turn can reduce muscle size and performance.

Vitamin B complex:
– Red blood cell production.
– Use of iron.
– Optimal neural function.
– Protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine):
Vitamin B1, also known as Thiamine, can play a significant role in carbohydrate metabolism, help burn carbohydrates, and play a vital role in the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscles, and heart.
It helps to endure fatigue.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin):
– It plays a role in the final oxidation of nutrient molecules in our body, so it is responsible for the body’s energy supply from fats, proteins and carbohydrates.

Vitamin B3 (Niacin):

– Participates in the breakdown and structure of carbohydrates and fats, thereby producing energy.
It is essential for the normal functioning of the nervous system.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid):
– It can help your body get energy from proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
– It can help cartilage metabolism.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine):
– It plays an important role in red blood cell formation, digestion, fat and protein utilization.
– A neurotransmitter in the nervous system.

Vitamin B7 (Biotin):
– It is a component of many enzymes that play a role in protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism.

Vitamin B8 (Choline):
– Needed for all hormonal regulation that controls fat breakdown. It transforms fat into small, easy-to-handle packages, making it easier to transport and utilize.

Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid):
– Participates in the formation of red blood cells, improves the efficiency of iron absorption.
– It plays a role in the metabolism of amino acids in the prevention of atherosclerosis and in the transmission of nerve stimuli.
– Degreaser.

Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin):
– Regulates red blood cell production and iron utilization.
– Participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, thus increasing the energy supply in the muscles.
– Protects nerve cells and helps stimulate transmission.

Vitamin C: Vitamin
C, also known as ascorbic acid, is one of the best known essential vitamins that our body is unable to produce, but it is essential for its functioning. Its immune-boosting and antioxidant cytoprotective effect has been well known since Albert Szent-Györgyi. Lack of it can lead to the development of serious diseases. Teeth due to dry skin, indigestion, gingival atrophy (bleeding gums). Vitamin C deficiency over a long period of time (years, decades) increases the risk of cardiovascular risk or cancer.

Due to its antioxidant effect, it can protect cells exposed to oxidative stress. It can strengthen the immune system, increase resistance to infectious (especially cold) diseases. It can speed up the rebuilding of connective tissue. You can enhance and restore physical performance. Vitamin C demand increases during exercise, so athletes need to increase their intake.

Vitamin D (Calciferol):
Sunlight is a basic condition of life, not surprisingly, vitamin D produced by sunlight is one of the most basic building blocks of the human body, affecting not only the development of bones and the nervous system, but the functioning of the immune system. is.

– Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, also known as calciferol.
– This vitamin can also be formed from its precursors in the body, under the influence of ultraviolet radiation.
– There are two types of vitamin D: vitamin D2 and vitamin D3.
– Vitamin D3 is much more active than D2, and it is also produced in the skin by sunlight.

– Calcium is responsible for household.
– It is required for the uptake and incorporation of calcium and phosphorus into the bones and inhibits their excretion.
– Needed for healthy bone development, healing and prevention of osteoporosis.
– In addition, it has a hormonal effect on almost every tissue in the body.

Iron: It
plays a prominent role in the transport of oxygen and carbon dioxide. It aids in the transport of oxygen to and from the cells and the transport of carbon dioxide from each cell.

TM84 Electrolyte complex:
– Extremely high mineral and trace element content in electrolyte form, ie in the most easily usable form.
– Natural isotonic effect.
– Their role: Mediation of electric charges. Cell metabolism.

84 minerals, trace element complex! By consuming 84M of low-sodium minerals obtained from the Great Salt Lake, the body also receives vital minerals that are not taken in by the diet.

Beneficial effects:
– Provides the most important ions for the human body: sodium, potassium, magnesium, chloride, sulfate and phosphate.
– Helps concentration. Improving endurance and overall vitality.
– Minerals are a great help in any cleansing treatment.
– Supplemental use of minerals can lead to better mental well-being.
– The effect of all herbs or combinations of herbs is enhanced by the addition of minerals.
– Improving the effect of vitamins, as they are not properly utilized without minerals.
– Provides excellent help even in case of joint problems.
– Minerals are important factors in bone and tooth density and hardness.
– They play a role in preventing tooth decay.
– In case of allergies, consumers report a positive result.
– It can improve the quality and beauty of hair, skin and nails.

Sodium (Na):
Sodium stimulates fluid absorption and creates fluid balance. It is important that there is no “disturbance” in muscle function and no “disintegration” of movement. Sodium, responsible for maintaining a feeling of thirst, does not allow us to forget about fluid replacement.

Calcium (Ca):

An essential building block of bones and the cell membrane, the initiator of muscle contraction. It is involved in cell metabolism.

Magnesium (Mg):
One of the basic elements of the skeletal system, it can help muscle relaxation and, through the action of many enzymes, plays an essential role in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.

Potassium (K):
Participates in excitatory processes such as nerve and muscle function.

Protect cells from the destructive effects of free radicals. They provide protection for the stem cells to reach the area to be regenerated without damage.

What are Flavonoids?

The name flavonoids refers to a group of compounds whose members have a similar chemical backbone and are found mainly in the peel and seeds of fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are produced by plants for their own protection.

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM), glucosamine sulfate, L-leucine, Mineral Complex Pure Crystal 120TM (chloride, magnesium, sulfate, sodium, potassium, boron, calcium), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), chondroitin sulfate , L-isoleucine, L-valine, L-glutamine, 77 types of fruits with significant polyphenol / flavonoid content, flowers, seeds, herbs, spices, roots (see below), vitamin B8 (choline), vitamin B3 (niacin) , ferrous sulphate, vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin D3 (colecalciferol), B7 -vitamin (biotin), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), gelatin (capsule cover), colorant: titanium dioxide (capsule cover).

Apples, elderberries, juniper berries, lemon peel, rosehip, blueberries, black cherry peel, black currant seed peel, blackberry seed peel, hawthorn, sea buckthorn, blackthorn, orange peel, red currant seed peel, red plum seed, plum -shell.

Acacia, elderflower, cornflower, hawthorn flower, hibiscus flower, sandhopper, chamomile flower, hop flower, blackthorn flower, marigold, lavender, marshmallow flower, orange flower, medical linden flower, rose petal, saffron shrubbery.

Anise seeds, sorghum seeds, lace seeds, sweet cumin, cumin seeds, dill seeds, cardamom seeds, flax seeds, butterfly seeds, milk thistle seeds, mustard seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, red grape seeds.

Medicinal herbs: Burdock, goldenrod, yarrow, lemongrass, willow bark, corn mustache, alfalfa, cherry stem, doctor’s yarrow, scented thyme.

Basil leaf, cinnamon bark, thyme, coriander seeds, oregano leaf, rosemary leaf, green tea, clove flower buds.

Beets, Jerusalem artichokes, licorice, marshmallow root, ginseng root, ginger, catnip.

Peppermint, nettle, dandelion leaf, hops, birch leaves, sage.

Active ingredients in daily dose:

1 capsule2 capsules
125 mg250 mg
Glucosamine sulfate75 mg150 mg
L-leucine50 mg100 mg
Vitamin C40 mg
* NRV 50%
80 mg
* NRV 100%
Chondroitin sulfate27.9 mg55.8 mg
L-isoleucine25 mg50 mg
L-choice25 mg50 mg
L-glutamine25 mg50 mg
Vitamin B816.5 mg33 mg
Vitamin B38 mg
* NRV 50%
16 mg
* NRV 100%
Iron7.75 mg
* NRV 55%
15.5 mg
* NRV 110%
Vitamin B53 mg
* NRV 50%
6 mg
* NRV 100%
Vitamin B20.7 mg
* NRV 50%
1.4 mg
* 100% NRV
Vitamin B60.7 mg
* NRV 50%
1.4 mg
* 100% NRV
Vitamin B10.55 mg
* NRV 50%
1.1 mg
* NRV 100%
Vitamin B90.1 mg
* NRV 50%
0.2 mg
* 100% NRV
Vitamin D325 μg
* NRV 500%
50 μg
* NRV 1000%
Vitamin B725 μg
* NRV 50%
50 μg
* NRV 100%
Vitamin B121.25 μg
* NRV 50%
2.5 μg
* NRV 100%

* NRV is the recommended daily intake for adults.

Recommended use:
– Intake of 2×1 capsule daily. Swallow with plenty of water.

– 60 capsules.

The product is effective on its own, but its effectiveness can be further increased if it is combined with any of the following products:

– Olimpiq SXC 200% Jubilee DR capsule (60pcs-60pcs)

– Olimpiq SXC 250% Jubilee DR capsule (120pcs-120pcs)

– Olimpiq SXC 250% Jubilee DR capsule (240pcs-240pcs)


– Olimpiq SXC B 200% Specialized (100pcs)

– Olimpiq SXC B 200% Specialized (250pcs)


– Olimpiq SXC CC 250% Jubilee DR capsule (60pcs-60pcs)

– Olimpiq SXC CC 250% Jubilee DR capsule (120pcs-120pcs)

– Olimpiq SXC CC 250% Jubilee DR capsule (240pcs-240pcs)


– Olimpiq SEC 250% DR capsule (3x60pcs)

– Olimpiq SEC 250% DR capsule (3x180pcs)


– Olimpiq SXC SL 250% Jubilee DR capsule (120pcs-120pcs)