Thorne Research….Pure Ingredients, Trusted Results

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It came to my attention recently that a few members of the Thompson Chemists family didn’t quite know what made the Thorne Research line of vitamins so unique.  Then it dawned on me that if they don’t know, most of our customers or potential customers might be in a similar situation. Therefore came the idea for a mini educational blog post! The hope is to break it down as simple as possible so that everyone can understand  the significance of this line.

Firstly, every Thorne product is in pure, completely hypoallergenic form, and without the common additives, flowing agents, and binders used throughout the industry. They like to call this the “Thorne Quality”, because they set industry standard for their research, product formulation, raw material purity, manufacturing, and quality control.  The key to comprehensive quality control is the use of an in-house laboratory. Having an in-house, state-of-the-art laboratory is absolutely necessary to manufacture superior dietary supplements. Thorne Research’s laboratory is a primary component to achieve their mission of maintaining strict control over every aspect of manufacture. Their in-house laboratory allows for timely, accurate, cost-effective testing that ensures every product, from raw material to finished goods, meets all quality requirements.

Now that the basic information has been covered we can get into the details of some of their products.

AR-Encaps 

Glucosamine provides proven joint support, Meriva curcumin phytosome, Devil’s claw, and Boswellia help support the body’s normal inflammatory response,helps maintain already normal joint mobility.

Collag-en

A complete nutritional support product for connective tissue, ligaments and tendons. Includes nutrients important for connective tissue health and healing. Trace minerals and macrominerals support collagen. It also contains vitamin C – important for collagen strength.

Don’t take us for our word, come to Thompson Chemist and experience the Thorne difference.

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