Discovering the Secret for Healthy Tendons and Ligaments

By Yohanan Burket 

Ligaments connect bones and cartilage

Ligaments connect bones and cartilage

Suffering from tendonitis? I found out how to fix the problem!

I had experienced a continual worsening of pain in my elbow joints over a period of a few years, to the point it was difficult to perform simple tasks such as cleaning windows. After trying a few recommendations I found on the Internet, I was still no better off than before. Later, I found that cherries and turmeric spice helped somewhat, but the nagging pain was still there. Eventually I ran across a product called Ultimate Tendon Support that actually worked. I would say that it solved about 90% of the pain problem within a couple of weeks. I noticed that this product contained the active ingredients collagen and polysaccharides. The product was expensive, so I decided to make my own product. My hunch was that the collagen itself might eliminate my tendonitis.

Different Types of Collagen

I researched various types of collagen to find out which one would be best for my problem. Simultaneously, I was looking for a type of collagen that would benefit a friend, who had hip replacement therapy. In hip replacement therapy, the joints are replaced with artificial ones. Hip replacement is usually required because of worn-out cartilage, as was in the case of my friend. I discovered that Type II chicken collagen was suitable for building cartilage, so my friend is taking it so that the other hip joint will not require replacement.

In addition to Type II collagen for cartilage, I also discovered that hyaluronic acid is good for lubricating joints, natural or artificial. So, my friend also takes hyaluronic acid. It has been a year since she had hip replacement surgery, and the pain in her other leg is now gone. This means she will not require hip replacement surgery for her other leg, as previously recommended by her orthopedic surgeon.

I also tried Type II collagen, made from chicken sternum, for my problem – to no avail. Also, the hyaluronic acid did not solve my tendonitis issue. That is when I looked into the more than dozen types of collagen available.

Collagen Type I Solved my Tendonitis Problem

Bovine collagen is Type I collagen. It is good for tendons and ligaments. It is the type used in the Ultimate Tendon Support formula previously mentioned. I was able to find a low-cost source of Bovine collagen powder, and started taking about 1-3 teaspoons per day. In a few weeks, all of my tendonitis was completely gone! Looking at the source of the pain, I deduced that it was predominately from the ligaments in my elbow joints. Ligaments are the connective tissue that connect joints together. I can now clean windows and even perform chin-ups without any pain whatsoever! I highly recommend Type I collagen to anyone who is having tendonitis problems. Although my tendonitis was due to my age (I’m 63), I am sure that it would be beneficial for athletes as well – such as tennis players and arm wrestlers especially.

For best results, take approximately three teaspoons of Bovine collagen powder per day. After the pain has gone away, one teaspoon per day is sufficient. I fill my own size 00 capsules with this powder using a simple capsule machine you can buy for $15 or so.

Tendon & Ligament FormulaOut of the Box Remedies offers a Tendon & Ligament Formula for tendonitis. Click on the photo to order on the shop website.

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About Yohanan

I am an avid health enthusiast who experiments with different herbs, amino acids, minerals, and vitamins to address health issues. Over the past 14 years, I have successfully solved a number of health problems using the natural approach and by adhering to a healthy diet and exercise. At 67, I am healthy, strong, and virile.
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14 Responses to Discovering the Secret for Healthy Tendons and Ligaments

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  3. Hi! I never heard of Collagen as solution to tendonitis, but I am glad that it worked for you. My tendonitis was cured too through stem cell therapy. My orthopedic surgeon from Stem MD, Dr Purita, was indeed an experienced sports injury doctor. He scheduled me for a 5-week stem cell therapy (every Wednesday). The treatment well really well like we have expected. 🙂

    • Yohanan says:

      Hi Michael, I’m glad to hear that you were able to solve your tendonitis problem as well. Are the treatments ongoing indefinitely, or will they stop at some point? In my case, I must continually take Collagen type 1 supplements or the tendonitis returns. The cost for the collagen powder is not prohibitive and is readily available over the Internet, so it is not a big deal. I encapsulate the powder myself to save money, and take approximately 5 capsules each day. It does completely solve the problem, and I’m able to work out with heavy weights without pain.

  4. It was a 5-week treatment and that’s all… I was able to get the beneficial effect of stem cell about 4 months after I had my last treatment. No further medications necessary, diet and exercise… My doctor said that getting the effect of the therapy may take some time, as for me, it took 13 weeks. Better than waiting for nothing, right? I never had pain since then. 🙂

    • Yohanan says:

      Four months after treatments to get results is good! Even better is that the treatment works indefinitely, or so it seems. Did the doctor say how long the treatment would work; will you need future treatments? Also, how much did the five weeks of treatment cost you?

  5. Quinn says:

    I too struggle with tendonitis in my shoulders and knees. I was wondering exactly what powder you used? Would it be possible to get a link? Thanks!

    • Yohanan says:

      I purchased a special hydrolyzed bovine collagen, type 1, from a chemical company that I used myself and it worked. I plan to offer it soon on my shop at http://www.outoftheboxremedies.com. I will not recommend any other source of collagen that I haven’t tried myself. Expect results in less than a month. I had severe tendonitis, and it is now 100% gone. I also discovered that I can take a smaller amount of the powder now that the problem has been fixed. Apparently the body stores some collagen.

  6. Sylvia Gaenzle says:

    Is the collagen organic?

    • Yohanan says:

      Hi Sylvia, The source of the collagen may be organic, but cannot be considered organic because the manufacturer does not have organic certification at the present time.

  7. Leslie says:

    question: You say you got results with 1 gram/day. Then you say take 3 teaspoons/day to start for best results. 3 teaspoons is 15 grams. Which do you recommend?

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