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Supplement that helps heal and rebuild ligaments

Supplement that helps heal and rebuild ligaments

I’ll recheck my Herbal PDR book when I go home from college for the weekend but I’m pretty sure glucosamine helps rebuild cartilage and other connective tissue. This could help speed up healing from pe’s damage to the ligaments. I currently use it anyway because I’m a power lifter and all that weight bearing isn’t all that great for your joints.

I read somewhere that Zinc & B-Complex help with rebuilding tissues and cells.

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Some here (for example, the legendary Bib) have stated that they think such supplements would hinder gains, since the ideal, when stretching ligs, is to not allow them to “heal” entirely between sessions. Vitamin C is discouraged by such posters.

Personally I doubt that supplements of any kind have a substantial effect on PE results, unless you have erection problems, in which case obviously something like Viagra will make you bigger.

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There’s a big difference between cell regeneration and rebuilding ligaments. I would assume that any supplement would have little effect on PE since if you are truly stretching the ligaments, no amount of supplements are going to allow that ligament to fully heal in 1-2 days. Look up the proposed method of action by glucosamine or chondroitin supplements. If I’m not mistaken they supposedly increase collagen synthesis. Nothing that I know of actually “rebuilds” connective tissue aside from surgery.

To follow up here is an excerpt on glucosamine and its method of action from the Glucosamine and Arthritis Information Center:


Firstly healthy cartilage needs three things: water for lubrication and nourishment, proteoglycans to attract and hold the water, and collagen to keep the proteoglycans in place.

Proteoglycans are like a rope that threads itself through the collage and are essential as they hold many times their own weight of water, which both lubricates and nourishes the collagen. If the cartilage is damaged the thread of rope becomes weak and ‘leaks’ out and thus the collagen loses its nourishment as the proteoglycans lose their grip and float away. Thus the cartilage cannot withstand shocks, cracks and may wear out completely.

Glucosamine is a major building block of the water – loving proteoglycans. Besides being a building block for the synthesis of proteoglycans, its mere presence acts as a stimulus to the cells that produce proteoglycans – in fact glucosamine is a key factor in determining how many proteoglycans are produced by the cells.

Glucosamine has been shown to speed up production of both proteoglycans and collagen and it normalises cartilage metabolism which helps keep cartilage from breaking down.

Thus because of the affect of glucosamine on cartilage metabolism it can in fact help the body to repair damaged or eroded cartilage. In other words, glucosamine strengthens your body’s natural repair mechanisms.
Besides stimulating cartilage production, glucosamine also reduces joint pain and inflammation.

Originally Posted by new_member
I read somewhere that Zinc & B-Complex help with rebuilding tissues and cells.

Thats right, zinc promotes sexual maturity and helps repair cells, we should all be eating plenty eggs and fish and zinc supplements.

Vitamin E is also very good.

Recombinant human growth hormone works wonders.


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