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MSM

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MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is an organic sulfur, which is a naturally  occurring substance. 

Sulfur is the fourth most abundant mineral 
in a human body.



MSM sulfur is known
as a dietary supplement. It is commonly used as an
anti-inflammatory
agent.

FORM

Methylsulfonylmethane.  (CH₃)₂SO₂.


TYPE

Sulfur, nutritional mineral.


CONTAINING

MSM contains 34% of sulfur,

34% of oxygen, 26% of carbon and 6% hydrogen bonds.


SOURCE

We use the world's purest OptiMSM®. Proprietary

multi-stage distillation process ensures a 99.9% pure product to guarantee a consistent, high-quality form of MSM.


OptiMSM® by Bergstrom Nutrition, USA.

WHY MSM?

We get less sulfur from our diet. Soils around the globe are becoming more sulfur-depleted due the mass production, thus food we eat may contain less sulfur.

Sulfur is essential in the production and structure of keratin, the protein that is found in our nails, hair and skin. 

MSM sulfur has been held as a supplement for healthy aging and mobility. It is said to contribute to healthy joints and reduce muscle and joint pain. (Read more.)

Sulfur supports our cells' glutathione levels. Glutathione is one of the strongest antioxidant in our cells. MSM also helps to inhibit pro-inflammatory mechanisms which reduces inflammation. 


OPTIMSM® + C

We use the world's purest MSM. A proprietary multi-stage distillation process ensures a 99.9% pure product to guarantee a consistent, high-quality form of MSM.

Our MSM is non-GMO, gluten-free, allergen-free, vegan and it's backed by extensive toxicology data.

Our formulation with Vitamin C and bilberry improves absorption of MSM. MSM sulfur is always recommended to take together with Vitamin C. Boost your health and enjoy the benefits of MSM.

It has natural taste from the wild Nordic bilberries - no bitter taste of sulfur!


SULFUR-RICH FOODS

Many foods contain small amounts of sulfur. Highest natural concentration of MSM is found in mammal milk. Other sources are brussels sprouts, legumes, aspargus, garlic, kale, onion and wheat germ.

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