Bovine Cartilage

What other names is Bovine Cartilage known by?

Antitumor Angiogenesis Factor (anti-TAF), Bovine Tracheal Cartilage (BTC), Cartilage Trachéal de Bovins, Cartílago Bovino, Catrix, Catrix-S, Collagen Bovine, Collagène Bovin, Glycosaminoglycan Polysulphuric Acid Complex, Processed Bovine Cartilage, Psoriacin, Psoriacin-T, Rumalon.

What is Bovine Cartilage?

Bovine cartilage comes from cows (bovine). Cartilage is a substance in the body that provides structure support. People sometimes use cow (bovine) cartilage as medicine.

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  • Treating osteoarthritis when given in the muscle.

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