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Biomassage: massage lubricant


massage lubricant
for joints, ligaments and tendons
Biomassage is the first massage lubricant to use hyaluronan for massage treatment of excessive stress, and care during and after sporting performance, etc.
It keeps the musculoskeletal system in good condition and prevents physical problems.
It is suitable for daily use in all types of physical problems.
It is completely absorbed, non-staining, and has no known negative side effects.
WHAT IS BIORA BIOMASSAGE?

BIOMASSAGE contains a unique set of substances whose main base is a natural process to obtain high-molecular hyaluronic acid, initially developed for articular injection applications.
This substance is a major natural component of synovial. Its molecular length is important for maintaining healthy joints and ensures their proper lubrication.
Another significant element is chondroitin sulfate, which is necessary for the regeneration of cartilage.
Biomassage contains both main active substances in their original natural form, which allows the efficient use of the locomotive system. External (massage) applications through the skin in addition opened up new possibilities for the use of HA complex for a wide range of complex problems with movement.

EFFECT

BIOMASSAGE has three effects:

    • Relieves pain without the use of analgesics.
    • Improves the quality of the synovial.
    • Protects joints and articular cartilage from wear.

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RELIVES PAIN WITHOUT ANALGESICS?

Yes, Biomassage can induce an analgesic effect that covers the pain receptors in the tissues, and binds the endogenous substance driving the pain in their macromolecules. This means that it not only helps to normalize Biomassage content and quality of synovial, but offers a sigh of relief regarding painful conditions. Very important advantages and benefits of this natural mechanism of silencing pain is mainly the lack of negative side effects, which are accompanied by regular use of analgesics. Therefore, it is also recommended for selected rheumatic workplace.

The mechanism of analgesic (pain dampening) effect of hyaluronan solution – the main component of articular cartilage and synovial fluid of joints (hyaluronic acid) – was studied using a model joint pain reaction induced by injection of the substance causing pain. Co- administration of enzyme cleaving the hyaluronic acid in our experiments indicated significant and severe joint pain. These results show that the joints of patients (with a lower molecular size of hyaluronan in synovial fluid) is created by increased sensitivity to painful reactions, compared with healthy joints. In the experiments, hyaluronic acid clearly decreased the pain and its analgesic effect was observed for a longer time, depending on the dosage and distribution in synovial fluid. Because it was such an analgesic effect observed in joints treated with hyaluronan, it is believed that increased viscosity of synovial fluid as a result of a higher concentration of hyaluronic acid can reduce the pain before, or even without the normalization of molecular size of hyaluronic acid in joints. Moreover, the application is expected to stimulate its own production of hyaluronic acid‘s higher molecular weight, thus improving joint function. In other substances and compounds of similar viscosity and similar character as the hyaluronic acid, the joints of patients did not show such an analgesic effect.

These results show that the characteristic nature of high-molecular hyaluronan solution is a prerequisite for a natural analgesic effect. Hyaluronic acid can induce an analgesic effect that covers the pain receptors in tissues and binds to a substance initiating the pain in their macromolecules. It is assumed also that important applications of hyaluronic acid can prevent joint problems. Unparalleled advantages and benefits of this natural mechanism of silencing pain is mainly the lack of negative side effects, which are accompanied by regular use of analgesics.

LITERATURE:
Gotoh S, Miyazaki K, Onaya J, Sakamoto T, Tokuyasu K, Namiki O. Experimental knee pain model in rats and analgesic effect of sodium hyaluronate (SPH). Nippon Yakurigaku Zasshi. 1988 Jul;92(1):17-27.