Extensive
research & development


TREAT BONE,
CARTILAGE & SOFT TISSUE


MADE FROM
HIBISCUS PLANT EXTRACT

Manufactured
in the Cook Islands

Manufactured
in the
Cook Islands

Decades of
research & development


TREAT BONE,
CARTILAGE & SOFT TISSUE


MADE FROM
HIBISCUS PLANT EXTRACT

Manufactured
in the Cook Islands

Manufactured in the
Cook Islands

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TVATI is the result of extensive research and development into Te Vairakau Ati, plants used in the treatment of bone, cartilage and soft tissue injuries in traditional Cook Island medicine.

Research has produced evidence that TVATI supports healing in bone, cartilage and soft tissue injuries.


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THE SCIENCE


INTERNATIONAL PATENTS

INTERNATIONAL PATENTED

The research and development demonstrated that the topical application of these plant extracts influenced the biology of healing bone, the details of which are contained in the PhD completed and published at University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia under the supervision of Professor W R Walsh (Bill) who is a recognised world expert in bone regeneration and orthopaedic research.

The extract and its effects have been awarded patents in the major markets of the world, including in China and India where challenges in relation to their own traditional medicines were successfully rebutted.

TESTIMONIALS

"After the Bathurst Cup he pulled up sore in the wrist, had blood in the joint. I decided to use Tvati... After two weeks of treatment I started slipping the dog again... pulling up well. No blood in the wrist. He's gone on to win..."

- Mick Hardman

Anthony Azzarpardi treating McCooly’s Lad from a significant hock injury.
Flying Riccardo being treated with Tvati.

"He's 4 weeks into his treatment. He had a cracked hock. We had X-rays done last week and there's significant bone growth thanks to Tvati"

- Mick Hardman

"After the Bathurst Cup he pulled up sore in the wrist, had blood in the joint. I decided to use Tvati... After two weeks of treatment I started slipping the dog again... pulling up well. No blood in the wrist. He's gone on to win..."

- Mick Hardman

Anthony Azzarpardi treating McCooly’s Lad from a significant hock injury.
Flying Riccardo being treated with Tvati.

"He's 4 weeks into his treatment. He had a cracked hock. We had X-rays done last week and there's significant bone growth thanks to Tvati"

- Mick Hardman


THE SCIENCE

PHD Excerpt

Extracts of plant A applied topically in coconut oil produce an increase in new bone and cartilage in bone injuries distal to the site of application. This is consistent in fractures, and bone defects... The effect is characterised by increased cartilage and new bone formation. 

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