Roex® Unhydrolyzed Chicken Sternal Collagen Type II with Chondroitin Sulfate A and Hyaluronic Acid is designed to help maintain healthy cartilage tissue and nutritionally support joint function. Hyaluronic acid is a key component of collagen and is important for the health of the skin, joints and eyes. The chondroitin sulfate A helps maintain cartilage and provide it with strength and resiliency.*
-Chicken Sternal Collagen Type II naturally contains amino acids, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and Hyaluronic Acid*
-Enhances the quality of the synovial fluid for joint mobility*
-Protects cartilage from oxidative damage*
Directions: As a dietary supplement, take three (3) capsules daily with eight (8) ounces of water, preferably twenty minutes before eating.
Serving Size: 3 Vegetable Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount per Serving % DV
Unhydrolyzed Chicken (Sternal Collagen Type II) 1,000 mg *
Chondroitin Sulfate Sodium (Bovine) 1,000mg *
HyaluronicAcid (as Sodium Hyaluronate) 10 mg *
* Daily Value (DV) not established
Warning: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician prior to use if you have a medical condition or are taking medications
SKU: 27090 UPC: 645245270900 Distributed or manufactured from Roex. See more Roex products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the
Uses & Indications.
Nutritionally Support Joint Function
Protects Cartilage From Oxidative Damage
Ailments & Concerns.
Questions and answers:
Asked on: April 1, 2013 Question: I understand from the website that this product is halal certified. Appreciate if you can declare the state that certify it halal. Thank u
00A: To follow up with you:
In response to your inquiry, Roex Natural Collagen is not Halal certified, but can be considered Halal compliant. The capsules are vegi and the collagen is chicken derived so far no problem. The chondroitin is bovine so it is dependent on the Iham. Beef is not prohibited but the method of slaughter (if very strict) must be supervised to certify as Halal. Some consider (as long as not derived from Pork or Crab) to be acceptable due to the chemical processing to arrive at pure chondroitin. In any case, you can’t claim “certified” but most would consider the product to be Halal compliant. A very strict inam would want the chondroitin certified and also the producer to be inspected and certified before a claim could be made as Halal certified. “Certified” is different than just having a product that has all conforming ingredients.