Celadrin is a compound for aching joints and tired muscles developed through a proprietary process of esterified oils derived from beef tallow.

What it does

  1. Anti-Inflammatory: Celadrin is able to penetrate cell membranes, which enhances membrane health and integrity and cell-to-cell communication. As a result the production of inflammatory prostaglandins is inhibited. Celadrin may also inhibit the COX-2 enzyme that is responsible for the conversion of arachidonic acid into pro-inflammatory prostaglandins, making it suitable for a number of inflammatory conditions.

Potential Uses

Osteo arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis Sprains and strains
Psoriasis Backache Generalised aches and pains


At the time of writing there were no well known negative drug interactions with celadrin.

Generally, there are no side effects or contra-indications from using celadrin.


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