Speeds up the Injury Recovery Process
Assists Nutrient Cell Transport which increases the ability for injured tissue to absorb important nutrients required for
the recovery process.The increase in key nutrients Speeds the Injury Recovery and improves the chance
for injured tissue to repair with more strength.
Increases Growth of Cells which also improves the speed of recovery and may also work to make the injured tissue
repair stronger. Often used for Arthritis Patients
MSM improves the cells ability to absorb nutrients which helps increase the ability for growth and get injuries healed.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a metabolite of dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO). DMSO is a well-known solvent which is often used topically
for its analgesic (pain-killing) and anti-inflammatory properties. MSM is chemically related to DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide), which unlike MSM, however,
DMSO is a chemical solvent. DMSO was found to cause a range of adverse reactions and is no longer approved as a supplement.
MSM for Pain Relief and Inflammation
Approximately half of the total body sulfur is concentrated in the muscles, skin and bones. One of the most significant uses of MSM as a
supplement is its demonstrated ability to relieve pain and inflammation. When rigid fibrous tissue cells swell and become inflamed,
pressure and pain result. Since MSM can restore flexibility and permeability to cell walls, fluids can pass through the tissues more easily.
This helps equalize pressure and reduce or eliminate the cause of pain. Harmful substances such as lactic acid and toxins are allowed
to flow out, while nutrients are permitted to flow in. This prevents the pressure buildup in cells that causes inflammation. (1)
MSM has shown a remarkable ability to reduce or eliminate muscle soreness and cramps both in geriatric patients and in athletes.
People with arthritis report substantial and long-lasting relief with MSM supplements. Taken along with glucosamine, a key substance in the
process of rebuilding cartilage, MSM can help to relieve pain and assist in repair of worn or damaged cartilage in joints, ligaments and tendons
and replace with healthy, flexible new cells.
Relief of arthritis pain and stiffness
Increases growth hormone synthesis
Stimulation of immune function
Support of connective tissue integrity (hair, nails, skin)
Conditions That Have Reportedly Responded to MSM Supplements
Candida Yeast Infections,
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,
Digestive Disorders ,
Fragile Hair & Nails,
Muscle Pain & Cramps,
Skin Damage & Aging,
Methylsulfonylmethane is a dietary supplement form of sulfur that is found in our living tissues. MSM supports healthy connective
tissues like tendons, ligaments, and muscle and is important in conditions such as arthritis, muscle pains, bursitis, and more.
MSM is a naturally-occurring nutrient found in normal human diets and gets into the diet through the sulfur cycle from the ocean to the
ozone where ultra-violet light makes MSM and DMSO (DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide, is a precursor to MSM) returned to the earth via rain.
Plants then concentrate MSM and return it to the earth and the sea. Evaporation results in the continued process.
MSM decreases the pressure inside the cell. In removing fluids and toxins, sulfur affects the cell membrane.
MSM is an organic form of sulfur, whereas sulfites in foodstuffs are inorganic. Sulfur is present in all cells" and is in the form of
sulfate compounds with sodium, potassium, magnesium, and selenium.
MSM is considered very safe when used as a
dietary supplement. In rats and dogs, toxic effects are reported only for extremely high doses – which would
equate to well over 200 grams per day for an average-sized man.