It has been eaten by the indigenous Maori people in New Zealand where it originated. Contains minerals and essential amino acids.
Lactic acid bacteria (sterilization) KT-11
Crispatus KT-11™ (Lactobacillus crispatus KT-11) is a lactic acid bacterium found in the intestines of infants.
It is a component of elastic fibers and is an elastic protein. It exists in ligaments and the dermis of the skin, and is useful for the health of ligaments and blood vessels. This product uses elastin derived from skipjack arteriosphere.
Salmon cartilage extract (contains undenatured type II collagen, undenatured proteoglycan)
Nasal cartilage in the head of salmon contains proteoglycans and undenatured type II collagen, the basic components of articular cartilage. It is a notable component that can replenish joint components. Proteoglycan is composed of nearly 100 chondroitin sulfate, oligosaccharides, keratanic acid, etc. bound to a single core protein bound to the core of hyaluronic acid.