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Naturally increase mobility from stiff joints. Exomine has ingredients that have been proven to help with stiff joints to increase joint mobility.
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Sore Joints


Stiff, painful joints - Reduced mobility and range of motion - Reductions in muscular strength and endurance - these described symptoms are typical of those encountered by persons suffering from joint pain. 

Finding a remedy that effectively manages this remains critical for relieving discomfort and regaining activity. 

Progressive Health’s scientifically backed formula has been designed to help you regain control of your body, your joints, and more importantly, the active lifestyle you once were so familiar with.


HOW Do Supplements Help?

The following publications have reported how supplements (like the supplements in Exomine) help with joint discomfort:
A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled crossover study was conducted to assess the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of Boswellia serrata Extract (BSE) in 30 patients with knee pain, 15 each receiving the Boswellia or placebo for eight weeks.

A decrease in knee pain, increased knee flexion, and increased walking distance was reported from the group taking Boswellia. The frequency of swelling in the knee joint was decreased.

Boswellia is recommended for people experiencing sore and stiff joints. [Full Article]
Forty-five patients with knee pain were recruited, 30 were treated with freeze-dried U guianensis (cats claw), and 15 with placebo.

Pain associated with an activity, medical and patient assessment scores were all significantly reduced, with benefits occurring within the first week of therapy.

CONCLUSION: Cat's claw is an effective solution for knee pain. [Full Article]
Glucosamine is a natural compound that is found in healthy cartilage. Glucosamine sulfate is a normal constituent of glycosaminoglycans in cartilage matrix and synovial fluid.

Available evidence from randomized controlled trials supports the use of glucosamine sulfate for stiff knees and other joints.
MSM is important in joint health and helps form connective tissue (cartilage, tendons, and ligaments). [Full Article]
A recent clinical study published in The FASEB Journal confirms that sternal hydrolyzed collagen type II with Hyaluronic Acid (HA), derived from BioCell Collagen II®, is safe and effective in relieving joint stiffness and encourages overall joint health in adults. [Full Article]



WHO is at Risk?

At a Glance

Joint pain is a common concern that you may experience. 

It is characterized by the breakdown of joint cartilage over time. In persons without this condition, healthy cartilage allows bones to glide over one another without interference.

Conversely, individuals with joint pain are marked by deteriorations in the top layer of cartilage, causing a breakdown and wearing away of this precious tissue. Additionally, this disease may cause the affected joint(s) to lose its shape.

Joint Discomfort can affect any joint in the body, but primarily targets the most commonly used joints or those most affected by gravity. These areas include the fingers, hips, knees, lower back, and feet.


The cause of joint discomfort is still not known.

Researchers suspect that a number of factors are at play, including:

  • The normal aging process
  • Being overweight or obese
What to Look For
  • Joint soreness after periods of overuse or inactivity.
  • Stiffness after periods of rest that goes away quickly when activity resumes.
  • Morning stiffness, usually lasting no more than ½ hour.
  • Pain caused by the weakening of muscles surrounding the joint due to inactivity.
  • Joint pain is usually less in the morning and worse in the evening after normal daily activity.
  • Deterioration of coordination, posture, and walking caused by pain and stiffness.
Are You At Risk?

Osteoarthritis exists as one of the most prevalent causes of disability, in the world!

In America, it is estimated that 21 million adults currently suffer from this condition. Listed below are the most widely accepted risk factors for disease onset:

  • Age: Before the age of 45, men are more likely to develop joint pain. After, 55 females are far more likely to suffer from arthritis and currently account for the majority of diagnosed cases.
  • Race: The Japanese populous has a higher incidence of joint pain, while South African blacks, East Indians, and Southern Chinese have the lowest occurrence of this condition. In the USA, ALL races are equally affected.
  • Activity: Being physically inactive dramatically increases your chance of developing joint pain. In fact, experts believe that physical inactivity can be as detrimental to your joints as overuse. Underused joints are more susceptible to injury, range-of-motion problems, and diseases like osteoarthritis.
  • Repetition: Persons with occupations that call for the repetitive overuse of joint structures, like manual laborers, are at a far greater risk for developing joint pain. Overuse of joints results in damage to the cartilage.
  • Genetics: Some experts believe that joint pain is a disorder caused by a genetic susceptibility for joint deterioration.



WHAT Can Help?



Conventional Approaches

Other than losing weight and avoiding tasks that exert too much stress upon the joints, there is no specific approach to stop cartilage degeneration or to repair damaged cartilage.

Most conventional approaches do not treat joint pain at all, yet aim to manage the many adverse symptoms and halt the progression.  

However, there are universal elements to conventional approaches that include; exercise, weight control, joint protection, medications, and physical and occupational therapies.

Many sufferers will resort to medications to ease the symptoms of the disease. However, the administration of such drugs is often accompanied by unwanted side effects. In fact, a popular classification of drugs, known as cox-2 inhibitors, has undergone much scrutiny within the last decade.

Other popular drugs used joint discomfort include; analgesics, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs), glucocorticoids, corticosteroids, and viscosupplements.


Exomine - A Natural Remedy to Reduce Joint Pain & Stiffness

Exomine has been formulated with ingredients backed by science, to provide you with a natural means to combat joint discomfort without unwanted and adverse side effects.

Progressive Health has employed the beneficial properties of nutrients found in healthy human cartilage, as well as those deemed successful at managing arthritis in multiple clinical trials.

Additionally, Exomine’s revolutionary ingredient list has been shown to preserve and even enhance cartilage integrity.

Here are some of the ingredients inside Exomine:


All patients receiving a Boswellia remedy reported a decrease in knee pain, increased knee flexion and increased walking distance.

The frequency of swelling in the knee joint was decreased.

BSE is recommended in the patients experiencing discomfort in the knee with possible therapeutic uses in other joints as well.

Glucosamine HCI- The clinical benefits of glucosamine remedies in the treatment of joint discomfort are impressive.

252 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee were given a placebo or 1500mg of glucosamine every day.

The results showed that a glucosamine remedy can reduce pain and discomfort in joints. The longer it was used, the more apparent the benefits were.

Biocell II & Hyaluronic Acid

The greatest concentrations of this acid are found in joints and used as lubrication.

As you age, less hyaluronic acid is produced, which results in stiff joints. Using a remedy that includes this protein will help lubricate stiff joints.

MSM (Methylsulfonyl Methane)

This is a natural form of dietary sulfur and has been used as a remedy to reduce or eliminate joint pain.

MSM has been found to be helpful for many conditions, including joint pain.




9/10 customers are SATISFIED*

Based on returns, testimonials, complaints, and feedback

*After two knee surgeries, one broken arm, and a ruptured Achilles tendon, I've been left with all kinds of joint aches and pains. 

I've been using this arthritis remedy, Exomine, for the past two years through the course of my injuries and today virtually all my aches and soreness are gone. 

Exomine has given me back the ability to compete in athletics and train at a high level without being hindered by aches and pains.  

That stuff really works, so thanks!

- Josh Bean 

*I have been taking different glucosamine/chondroitin products, along with Tylenol Arthritis, for discomfort in my fingers. After taking Exomine for 2 weeks, my pain was gone. I decided to stop taking the Tylenol, and I am still totally pain-free! I am so glad I tried this remedy. I've just placed my refill order!

- Barbara Magram 

*I can't emphasize enough how much your product Exomine has relieved my pain and swelling. The difference between walking with a walker...and now without one. Very happy with this remedy.

-Harry Tye

*"I began taking Exomine five months ago. This is my first order ever. My gosh, my elbows and shoulders are not sore anymore. My joint discomfort seems to be under control now. I am a 72-year-old woman. I love this remedy, now if I could just get my stubborn husband to try it, I think he would be able to move around more."

- Sue Kinsey



Frequently Asked Questions


What is the difference between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis?

  • Osteoarthritis is considered a condition of "wear and tear" upon the joints; caused by numerous factors including age and injury. On the other hand, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is not a condition of "wear and tear." It is classified as an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue, causing inflammation that damages the joints.

I think I may have Osteoarthritis. How will it (osteoarthritis) be diagnosed by my physician?

  • For the majority of sufferers, time-consuming diagnostic tests and other complex procedures will not be needed. Diagnosis will likely be made by a simple, weight-bearing x-ray, as well as a thorough examination by a skilled orthopedic doctor. X-rays of osteoarthritis patients often show bone enlargement and narrowing of the affected joint space, as well as any damaged cartilage or bone spurs. Occasionally, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) may be used to examine the extent of cartilage damage, especially if the OA is thought to be in the spinal region.

What is the source of Chondroitin in Exomine?

  • The Chondroitin sulfate in Exomine is a constituent of BioCell collagen II which in turn is derived from chicken sternal cartilage. The Exomine product contains BioCell collagen II which inherits Chondroitin sulfate.

What is the difference between normal aging joints, versus one that has been affected by OA, or osteoarthritis?

  • There are several differences between an "OA joint" and a normal aged joint structure. The water content of cartilage in an aging joint does not change significantly. In a joint with OA, the water content increases early in the disease process. The biological changes in the cell that occur with OA cause physical, chemical, and other changes that are not seen in the aging joint. OA causes changes in the bone below cartilage (subchondral bone) that do not occur in an aging joint.

    In an aging joint, fibrillation (fine, rapid contractions or twists of fibers or small groups of fibers) occurs on joint surfaces that don't bear weight. OA occurs primarily in weight-bearing joints, like the knees and hips. (Source: The Dept of Orthopedic Surgery; The University of California, San Francisco).

Can osteoarthritis lead to disability?

  • Although it is rare, osteoarthritis can lead to disability if the condition is not diagnosed and managed correctly. This emphasizes the importance of understanding the many signs and symptoms of this condition, its risk factors, and what you can do (e.g. nutritional supplementation, exercise, etc.) to lessen the severity of osteoarthritis.

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Exomine Supplement Facts

Serving Size 4 Capsules Amount Per Serving Daily Value
Servings Per Container 30
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 250 mg 417%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 10 mg 50%
Boron (Chelate) 1 mg *
Glucosamine HCl 1500 mg *
Methylsulfonyl Methane 800 mg *
Boswellia Serrata Ext. (leaf) Boswellia Serrate 100 mg *
Ginger (root) Gentiana Lutea 100 mg *
Cat’s Claw (bark) Uncaria Tomentosa 25 mg *
Tumeric (root) Curcuma Longa 10 mg *
Grape Seed Ext. (seed) Vitis Vinifera 25 mg *
BioCell Collagen II® 500 mg *
Chondroitin Sulfate 100 mg *
Hyaluronic Acid 50 mg  

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.

*Daily Value Not Established




These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

*Results may vary from person to person.


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