The famous collagen Chonda Drink for enhanced joint nutrition1 is now available not only in sachets, but also in comfortable jars. However, the dietary supplement contains the same ingredients offering the most effective2 complex for your joints and spine.1

Let’s remember that Chonda Drink developed by Evalar includes the maximum2 dose of 5 components essential for the musculoskeletal system supplied by the world’s leading manufacturers:

  • hydrolyzed collagen: 8000 mg (France)

  • chondroitin sulfate: 800 mg and glucosamine hydrochloride: 1350 mg (Spain)

  • hyaluronic acid: 50 mg (Switzerland)

  • methylsulfonylmethane (MSM): 600 mg (Germany)

In addition, the complex is enhanced by 3 nutrients. Vitamin C stimulates the synthesis of collagen.3 Manganese is involved in the formation of connective tissues and production of chondroitin sulfate. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) accelerates metabolic processes, including joint tissue metabolism.4

Due to a balanced composition and maximum2 doses of chondroprotectors, Chonda Drink:1

  • enhances joint nutrition;

  • provides a chondroprotective and anti-inflammatory effect;

  • contributes to regeneration of the joint and spine cartilaginous tissue;

  • improves the joint mobility and flexibility;

  • increases stress resistance of joints;

  • reduces pain, discomfort and tension in the joints and spine;

  • reduces the risk of cartilage destruction;

  • protects joints from age-related changes.

Dissolve 2 tbsp of powder in 200 ml of water to get a healthy drink with a pleasant pineapple taste. Just 1 drink per day will be enough.1

Ask for Chonda Drink in Evalar’s pharmacies and other pharmacies of the country. It is also available on our Web site and on Fitomarket.


1Confirmed by the Certificate of registration No. KZ.Å.000980.11.18 of 29.11.2018.

2In the Chonda product line developed by Evalar.

3 E.A. Strelchenko. Study of the effect of vitamin C on human physiological systems // Scientific works of Kuban State Technological University (KubGTU). 2019. No. 1, pp. 319–330.

4Deficiency of vitamins and minerals in children: modern methods of prevention. Study guide / Zh.A. Bezler. - Minsk: Belarusian State Medical University (BGMU), 2009, pp. 12, 38.