Gelatin or Glycine as a Remedy for Costochondritis If you found value, then please share! I’m currently recovering. I feel very tired and have costochondritis, where my whole upper body is in constant low-grade pain. I’m losing weight (possibly due to Buteyko breathing), and I find it difficult to get enough calories in. I wake up with symptoms of high adrenaline, and salt has been helping. I may be dehydrated.I’m supplementing the fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K), and I’ll add in aspirin soon. What do you think would be helpful for costochondritis? I thought I was having a heart attack, but it’s just inflamed cartilage from doing minor work/walking.Dave Foster IN May 2016 Gleatin/glycine has been used clinically for inflamed joints and connective tissues. I don’t know much about doses and duration though.Georgi Dinkov IN May 2016 Tags: costochondritis, gelatin, glycine Please Share This Continue Reading Previous PostBreaking the Stress Cycle You Might Also Like T3-Laden Ratio Signs January 8, 2020 Can You Refrigerate Your Vitamins? March 1, 2020 How To Make Your Own Magnesium Supplement March 1, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.