it is for treatment of arithritus. i think as Hcl salts have greater solubility in metabolism it should be a better choice to sulphate.
D-Glucosamine sulphate is soluble in cold water. I don't know the solubility compared to glucosamine hydrochloride, which is soluble as well.
I couldn't say definitely which one will be better to take.
The "salt " is simply the carrier molecule for the glucosamine. Both salts deliver equally effective amounts of glucosamine to joint cartilage.
Some studies have shown the HCL to be more effective and some have shown the sulfate to be more effective. You could try both individually (probably not the most cost effective option) and see which one works better for you, or ideally find a product that contains both HCL and Sulfate.
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