- Feb 26, 2018
Is it still working for knee pain for you?I had two knee surgeries (ACL reconstructions) on my left knee 8 years ago. I haven't had too many problems with my knee since then, but 6 months ago, I started sprinting for exercise, 3 days in a row. I didn't injur myself while sprinting, but my knee slowly puffed up and became stiff over the following month. I thought my knee would heal, but it didn't. I developed a bakers cyst, then it popped, and I became bed ridden due to knee pain, and lost most of the muscle in my knee and I couldn't walk more than a couple blocks all summer without my knee puffing up. I saw a sports specialist and had an ultrasound and x-ray done. The sports specialist told me that I probably had osteoarthritis, due to the x-ray showing that my meniscus was reduced in size (due to my knee joints being closer together).
My friends joked that my knee trouble was probably due to my consumption of sugar.
I tried everything I could, topical progesterone on my knee, large doses of B1, MSM, etc. Some of this stuff really helped, but the problems with my knee didn't disappear entirely. I was expecting my knee to heal, but it really seemed like I might be stuck with osteoarthritis for the rest of my life.
Then, I took 12 drops of Pyrucet orally, and then two days later, another 12 drops orally along with a gram of taurine. Then I suddenly noticed that my knee problems had disappeared entirely. I was suddenly able to go on longer walks without experiencing a stiff swollen knee (along with a puffed up bakers cyst) the following day. It's been a month now, no knee pain, inflation or problems. I've been experimenting with Pyrucet once or twice a week ever since. I love it.
@haidut, it seems like this supplement might be remarkably beneficial for arthritis.
Does anyone think I was basically having a problem metabolizing glucose, and this was contributing to my knee problems?