The Evidence for GOPO®

GOPO® has been extensively studied in clinical trials involving more than 400 patients with chronic joint conditions.

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Active Ingredient GOPO from 100% natural rose-hip
  1. What is GOPO®?

    GOPO® (glycoside of mono and diglycerol) is the active compound isolated from the rose-hip rosa canina that has been clinically proven to help reduce joint pain and stiffness, improving flexibility and mobility.

  2. What evidence is there that GOPO® is effective against joint pain?

    The latest trial published in the Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology 2005 showed that 82% of patients reported a reduction in pain after 3 weeks of active treatment with GOPO®. Pain was alleviated to such an extent that 40% reduced their consumption of paracetamol.

    Further evidence of the effectiveness of GOPO® on chronic joint conditions has been reported in the Phytomedicine Journal, 2004; 66% of patients taking GOPO® reported a reduction in joint pain. Interestingly, patients also reported an improvement in general wellbeing; including mood, sleep quality and energy.

  3. How does GOPO® compare to glucosamine and other natural supplements for joint pain?

    A large review of all the studies of glucosamine and chondroitin suggests that these supplements may not always work in osteoarthritis to relieve pain and prevent progressive disease, whereas GOPO® has been clinically proven to help reduce joint pain and stiffness while improving flexibility and mobility.

  4. What are the benefits of taking a supplement using GOPO®?
    • GOPO® possesses anti-inflammatory properties
    • Clinically shown to help reduce joint pain and stiffness in up to 82% of people
    • Can help reduce the consumption of traditional painkillers by up to 50% - a benefit not reported with other supplements
    • 100% natural remedy - no reported side effects and safe for people with allergies as well as diabetics.
4 Phytomedicine 11, Rein, Kharzami, Winther (January 2004)
5 Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology (Aug 2005)
 

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