ArthroAid Plus, brought exclusively to healthcare professionals by Nutra Research Inc., is a supplement for reduced joint pain and increased joint health, containing seven beneficial ingredients.
One of those is the CM Complex, but what exactly is it and what are its benefits?
The “CM” stands for cetyl myristoleate; it is made up of cetylated esters of fatty acids derived from bovine tallow. The complex was discovered by Harry W. Diehl in 1964 — a research chemist while working for The National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic, and Digestive Diseases in Bethesda, Md. Diehl studied the seeming immunity of mice to arthritis, and discovered cetyl myristoleate through his research, investigations, testing, and analysis.
Diehl’s research was published in the March 1994 issue of the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, and The American Chemical Society. Diehl received three “use” patents on cetyl myristoleate.
After receiving his first patent Diehl immediately approached the pharmaceutical industry, including Pfizer and Merck, with his discovery, but they declined. This mainly due to rules concerning “product” patents on natural products, eliminating exclusivity rights. Diehl’s daughter finally brought the product to market in the mid-1990s. This is Nutra Research’s source for the CM Complex.
This CM Complex has multiple biological properties, and has shown in human studies to act as an anti-inflammatory and a pain-reliever, as well as a possible immuno-modulator (effecting RA) see www.nutraresearch.net for study links*.
Because it is an ester form, highly resistant to oxidation, it has a relatively long life in the body. No harmful short- or long-term effects have ever been observed in humans or animals.
Nutra Research has been involved for more than 10 years with the ingredient and began providing it for human clinical trials overseas. As recently as 2009 the KFDA (Korean Food & Drug Administration) approved this ingredient for distribution through pharmacies as a treatment for joint pain. We currently have an exclusive agreement to provide this ingredient in South Korea.
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