Bio-active food additive

MENJ-UNI is a natural product of phytochemical extraction of highland Georgian pine and several endemic plants. It is a diverse complex of useful natural biochemicals.

Treatment of the musculoskeletal system

Menj-Uni contains phenolic compounds of 6 endemic plant, lipids, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, phytosterols, proteins, free and essential amino acids, vitamins: A, C, K, E, P.

It is also a source and contains chlorophyll-carotenoids, flavonoids, terpenes, complex aromatic compounds, stable ether compounds and minerals.

All these substances have a positive biologically active function for the body, in particular, they have both direct and indirect effects on the positive treatment of the musculoskeletal system.

Release form: Tablets, 400 mg

Packaging: 30 tablets

Biological and phytochemical composition:

Pine cones (Pinus sylvestri): 0.067 mg
Oak sawdust (Quercus): 0.067 mg
Ash leaves and twigs (Fraxinus): 0.067 mg
Unger leaves (Rhododendron): 0.067 mg
Dry grape seeds (Vitis): 0.067 mg
Trim leaves and twigs (Cotinus): 0.067 mg


  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Ankylosing spondylitis
  • Arthrosis
  • Degenerative diseases of the joints
  • Arthropathies
  • Osteochondrosis
  • Periarthritis of the shoulder blade


Pharmacological action:
Chlorophyll-carotenoids are represented by biochemical compounds of vitamin-lipid-phytosterol nature. Systosterine, stigmasterin and campesterin are structural components of the plant cell membrane and begin to act in the human body as cofactors for the synthesis of vitamin D (provitamin D), which in turn ensures the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from food in the small intestine. , Also stabilizes the phospholipid membranes of human cells with the material. These substances reduce the levels of harmful cholesterol and lipoproteins, which in turn affect bone metabolism. Phytosterols reduce the amount of cholesterol absorbed in the intestine when they get into food - in particular, they are inhibitors of cholesterol penetration into the intestinal micelles. This property helps the body control the levels of HDL (high density lipoproteins) and LDL (low density lipoproteins).

Phytostatins Phytostatins restore the balance between the formation and resorption of bone osteoblasts and osteoclasts, thereby reducing osteoporotic fractures as well as correlating skeletal mineral density values. Phytosterol statins help to reduce osteoclasts by activating apoptosis, in particular by stimulating the expression of bone morphogenetic protein-2, which leads to increased osteoblast differentiation and also affects megalonate (the first stage of the cholesterol biocycle) by affecting them. Beyond the effects on the skeletal system, phytosterols possess anti-atherogenic and anti-carcinogenic activity, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory and antioxidant effects.

Chlorophyll - green pigment, the most important component of photosynthesis. The chemical structure of chlorophyll is complementary to the structure of the heme molecule (unlike the heme molecule, the chlorophyll nucleus contains magnesium), which determines its biologically active impact on human erythropoiesis. Chlorophyll and chlorophyll products The pelvis, when it enters the general bloodstream, enriches it by activating the mechanism of erythrocyte synthesis and enhancing the perfusion of bone and muscle tissue by increasing the oxygenation of blood plasma. It plays an important role in strengthening immunity and protects the human body from radiation immunosuppression. Chlorophyll products, namely pheophorbide, act as photosensitizers when they enter the body during skin and bone tissue tumors. It accumulates selectively in the tumor and does not stay in healthy tissue. Molecules act as converters that have the ability to transfer light quantum energy to oxygen in the bloodstream, thereby converting it into a singletic form and highly active oxygen-containing radicals that act precisely cytostatically, causing damage to bone, bone tissue and skin tissue.

Beta carotene (provitamin A) and carotenoids (tetraterpenes)
A group of pigments that are the most powerful antioxidants. The unsaturated electronic structure of beta carotene and carotenoids helps molecules absorb huge amounts of free-radical particles, thus preventing the destruction of the body's cell membranes. Is a potent nonspecific immunostimulant. Protects bone tissue from peroxidation, making it an indispensable antioxidant for individuals with hypokinetic osteoporosis and polytrauma. The effect itself is associated with an increase in the proliferative capacity of T lymphocytes, including T helpers. Elimination of peroxide radicals increases the ability of T cells to blastogenesis. Provitamin A is an important component of the synthesis of vitamin A, which plays a major role in the synthesis of enzymes of the antioxidant group glutathione peroxidase (activation of selenium), in the synthesis of hyaluronic acid, in heparin, glycoproteins, in the retina. As a metabolite, retinol plays an important role in the growth, differentiation and maintenance of epithelial and bone tissue. Synergizes with vitamin D and vitamin E, which is why a combination of vitamins D and A is recommended for rickets conditions.

- a pigment of the carotenoid group, is part of the pelvis and acts on the metabolic processes of connective tissue, is necessary in connective tissue diseases, particularly in ankylosing spondylitis inhibits inflammatory reactions in the interstitial space.

Vitamins K, C, E, P

Vitamin K - an important vitamin that participates in the carboxylation of glutamic acid residues in the polypeptide chains of 14 GLA proteins of the human body, which play an important role in blood clotting, biological structure of blood vessels, metabolism. The vitamin is especially important in the synthesis of the non-collagenous protein of the bone matrix - osteocalcin. Osteocalcin is synthesized in osteoblasts and odontoblasts, is involved in the binding of calcium and bone tissue hydroxyapatites, helps reduce the rate of cartilage ossification, prevents deformity of developing bones, and the accumulation of salts in arterial blood vessels.

Vitamin C - is one of the key vitamins involved in the normal functioning of connective and bone tissue, which possesses coenzyme and antioxidant functions. Participates in the regulation of oxidation-reduction processes, carbohydrate metabolism, anti-aggregation system of blood clotting, tissue regeneration, anti-infective and anti-bacterial reactions, thus increasing the body's resistance to exogenous agents. Vitamin C inhibits and suppresses the enzyme hyaluronidase, thus protecting the hyaluronic acid necessary for the synthesis of chondroid tissue, as well as promoting the synthesis of fibrillar proteins by activating the mechanism of procollagen synthesis, an important component for bone tissue.

Vitamin E - an universal protector against oxidative processes in cell membrane structures (protection of membranes from peroxidation). Under the influence of vitamin E, bone tissue cells become membrane stabilized. It also possesses antipyretic abilities - the ability to use utilized oxygen circulating in the blood to prevent hypoxia of human tissues. Vitamin E is an immunomodulator and also an important factor in collagen synthesis in human subcutaneous cells and bones.

Vitamin P - strengthens the walls of blood vessels and reduces the permeability of capillary walls, in combination with vitamin C inhibits the action of the enzyme hyaluronidase in blood vessels and promotes the production of hyaluronic acid, prevents the accumulation of cholesterol in blood vessels and the development of atherosclerosis. It also regulates blood pressure.

Polyprenols - Low molecular weight natural bioregulators, a substrate for the transformation of dolichin into the human body. Dolichols are involved in the synthesis of glycoproteins, thus forming the basis for membrane receptors and enzymes. They provide the proper lipid composition of bone tissue cell membranes. Terpenes (Mono-tetra ether compounds) Hydrocarbon compounds protect the tissues of the human body from various damages. They successfully neutralize aggressive singlet oxygen, thereby slowing down the aging process. Terpenes adhere well to oxygen-binding tissue structures. In addition, terpenes restore the body's supply of vitamins A, E and D, thus preventing many diseases of the skin and skeletal system.

Polyphenols and flavonoids
The broadest and most important class of plant compounds with cytoprotective, membrane-stabilizing and detoxifying properties. Once in the human body, they are instantly trapped in a chain of fighting the oxidative destruction of cells, creating a shield and means of fighting free-radical compounds by neutralizing the latter due to its chemical structure. Promote the growth of positive biota in the human intestine, thereby stimulating the endosynthesis of all types of biologically important substances in the body.

Oligomeric proanthocyanidins - OPC (Condensed Tannins)
- A special group of phenolic compounds of the pigment series, polymers obtained by condensation of Flavan-3-OLs, such as Procyanidin, Prodelfinidine, Propellargonidine. They have strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. They posses radioprotective, anti-carcinogenic and anti-metastatic action. Enhance the work of A and C group vitamins. At the cellular level they protect mitochondrial DNA from damage and unsystematic mutations.

Contraindications: Individual intolerance to the components; Increased acidity of gastric juice; Peptic ulcer disease of the stomach and duodenum in the stage of exacerbation.

Standard dosage: Adults are prescribed 1 tablet 2-3 times a day, 15 minutes before a meal. In children: 1 tablet 1 time a day, 15 minutes before a meal. 2 course per year.

Storage conditions: Store in a place protected from light at room temperature (no more than 25 degrees).

Shelf life: 2 years

Dispensed without a prescription.

Manufactured in Georgia by Gamma Ltd.
Ordered by "Pigment" Ltd.

Treatment of the musculoskeletal system.