All About Myristol
The difference between Myristol and many popular animal joint supplements is the broad spectrum approach Myristol takes to the problem of joint health.
We source the finest quality ingredients we can find to create a unique blend of cetyl myristoleate fatty acid complex; methylsulfonylmethane (MSM); glucosamine HCl; and hydrolyzed collagen. Each of these ingredients has separate scientific evidence of benefit in animal or human studies, but they have been formulated in Myristol to create a broad-spectrum effect unlike many other animal joint supplements available today.
Myristol comes in a highly palatable, molasses-free alfalfa-based pellet for horses; a soy-based gluten-free chewable tablet for dogs; and an unflavored powder for cats.
While Myristol is an effective way to manage joint health issues in older animals, it should also be considered for the joint support benefits it brings to young, active animal athletes.
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