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MSM Cream Moisturizer, 2 oz. From At Last Naturals

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Born Again MSM Herbal Soap, 3 oz, From At Last Naturals

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Vegan Glucosamine MSM & CMO, 90 Tablets, From Deva

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Doctor's Best Best MSM Powder, 250 g, From Doctor's Best

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L-Glutamine With MSM, Muscle And Joint Recovery, 554 Grams, From IDS

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MSM and Glucosamine Body Cream, 3 oz. From Life Flo

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MSM Plus Maximum Strength Cream, 5 oz. From Life Flo

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Doctor's Best Best MSM, 180 Capsules, 1000mg, From Doctor's Best

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MSM Powder, 16 oz (454 g), From LifeTime Vitamins

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Supreme Vital Hair w/ MSM, 120 Capsules, From LifeTime Vitamins

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MSM Methyl-Sulfonyl-Methane, 120 Vcaps, 1000mg, From MRM

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Natural Factors MSM 1000mg 180 Tablets, Natural Factors

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Now Foods Celadrin & MSM, 60 Capsules, From Now Foods

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Now Foods MSM Liposome Lotion, 8 oz, From NOW Foods

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MSM Pure OptiMSM, 200 Capsules, 1000 mg, From Nature's Way

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Detox with MSM, 16 oz, From Oxylife Products

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MSM, 1000 mg, 180 Veggie Caps, From Paradise Herbs

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MSM, OptiMSM, 1000 mg, 90 Veggie Caps, From Paradise Herbs

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Move Free Advanced Plus 1500 mg MSM, 120 Tablets, From Schiff

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Move Free Plus MSM Advanced, 66 Tablets, From Schiff

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MSM Joint Response Cream, 4 Oz, From Source Naturals

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MSM Powder, 35 oz (1000 g), From Source Naturals

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MSM Skin Therapy, 4 fl oz (118.3 ml), From Source Naturals

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MSM, 100 Capsules, 1000 mg, From Life Extension

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MSM with Glucosamine Creme, 4 fl oz, From Natrol

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MSM, 750 mg, 240 Tablets, From Source Naturals

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MSM, OptiMSM, 120 Tablets, 1000mg, From Source Naturals

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MSM, 150 Veggie Caps, From Nutricology

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Now Foods M.S.M 1000Mg, 240 Capsules, From NOW Foods

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Now Foods M.S.M Powder, 1 Lb, From NOW Foods

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EMU Oil Topical Cream with MSM,  4 oz.

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Doctor's Best Best MSM 1500 mg 120 tabs, from Doctor's Best

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MSM 500 mg, 90 Capsules, FoodScience Of Vermont

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MSM 500 mg, 180 Capsules, FoodScience Of Vermont

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MSM 1000 mg, 180 Tablets, FoodScience Of Vermont

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Life-Flo MSM Lotion, 8 oz, LifeFlo

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Life-Flo MSM 2000, 60 Capsules, LifeFlo

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MSM, 1000 mg, 120 Tablets, Natural Balance

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Natural Factors MSM 1000mg 90 Capsules, Natural Factors

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Natural Factors MSM 1000mg 90 Tablets, Natural Factors

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MSM 1000mg 120 vegicaps from Nature's Way

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MSM Powder, 7 oz, Roex

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MSM, 120 Tablets, Roex

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MSM 1000mg 120 tabs, Thompson Nutritional Products

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MSM

MSM

What is MSM?
MSM is the abbreviation for methyl-sulfonyl-methane, a naturally occuring sulfur compound. This compound is found in tissues and fluids of plants, of animals, and of people. MSM and its related compounds make up 85% of the sulfur in living organisms. Our bodies are composed primarily of five basic elements: oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon, and sulfur.


Why do we need sulfur?
  • Sulfur is needed to form blood proteins and amino acids
  • Sulfur provides the chemical links needed to form collagen, the protein found in connective tissue
  • Sulfur is essential for healthy hair, skin, and nails
  • Sulfur activates and helps the body utilize Vitamin C, B1, B5 (pantothenic acid) and biotin
  • Sulfur is used by the liver to manufacture bile, a necessary element for proper digestion
  • Sulfur is essential in maintain body pH, the acid-alkaline balance
  • Sulfur is an important component in insulin production, and aids in carbohydrate metabolism


  • Where does MSM come from?
    Dietary MSM comes from fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, meats, seafood, and milk. Processing of these products, however, destroys or greatly reduces actual MSM content. Pioneer MSM researcher Robert Hershcler says: "MSM is shy, evasive and escape-prone. While present naturally when food is very fresh, it can be driven out of any food by even moderate processing. People, generally speaking, wil lbe sulfur-deficient unless they eat their fish and meat raw and their vegetables unwashed and uncooked.”


    MSM levels in humans decline with age, resulting in symptoms of fatigue, tissue and organ malfunction, and increased susceptibility to disease.

    Health Benefits
  • MSM Helps in Relief from acidity and heartburn
  • MSM Helps in Relief of environmental, food and drug allergies
  • MSM Helps in Relief from symptoms of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis


  • MSM Research
    Animal research at Ohio State University College of Medicine has shown that oral MSM supplementation can protect against the onset of breast cancer in laboratory animals.


    Research at OSU also shows MSM to be a preventative agent for colon cancer.

    Herschler discovered MSM could produce sometimes extraordinary relief from symptoms of emphysema

    Animal research has shown MSM to have anti-inflammatory effects on the eyes

    Research has shown rapid relief, even in stubborn cases, of stomach distress, constipation, gastrointestinal inflammation and recurring diarrhea

    Research reported extending the lifespans of animals with lupus erythematosus

    Research shows MSM is capable of reducing or eliminating leg and back cramps, muscle spasms, and general soreness

    Research has shown that MSM is remarkably effective in treating parasitic and fungal infections both on the skin and internally, including fungus, giardia, trichimonas and intestinal worms such as nematoces, enterobius, and others

    Patent information reports MSM has been found to be effective in eliminating external scars including stretch marks, burns, and surgical incisions

    Herschler discovered that MSM softened the skin, making it more elastic

    Because of its effect on collagen and protein, MSM helps reduce the hardening of skin and connective tissue, thus making it an extraordinary treatment for improving the quality of the hair, skin and nails

    A study at OHSU shows significant reduction in snoring after applying a liquid MSM solution to each nostril in test subjects

    How Much MSM Should Be Used?
    To be effective therapeutically, MSM should be taken frequently, ideally, every day Researchers have generally used daily dosages of between 250 mg and 2,000 mg. In severe cases, up to 5,000 mg. per day have been used without side effects.


    Are Their Any Drug Interactions with MSM?
  • MSM appears to be non-toxic, non-allergenic, and does not interfere or interact with any other types of medicines.
  • More Internal Applications of MSM (according to research)
  • Chronic Pain
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Candida
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Pneumonia
  • Rheumatism
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • PMS
  • Liver Dysfunction
  • Tuberculosis
  • Hay Fever
  • Hangovers
  • Hormonal Imbalances
  • Effects of Radiation
  • More External Uses of MSM (according to research)
  • Acne
  • Bruises
  • Skin Problems
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Varicose Veins
  • Tendonitis, Bursitis, Joint Pain
  • Muscle Cramps and Pain
  • Burns
  • Fungus
  • Rashes
  • Sunburn
  • Conjunctivitis
  • Tired, Red, Inflamed Eyes
  • Eye Inflammation
  • Inflamed Gums


  • DMSO and MSM

    DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a sulfur compound that occurs naturally in the body and is found in soil; it is also a by-product of wood-pulp processing. In the body, DMSO is a potent scavenger of free radicals, the unstable molecules responsible for much of the cellular damage in the body. Proponents of its medicinal use say it can relieve the pain and inflammation of arthritis and is effective in treating other conditions that cause inflammation.

    MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is a metabolite of DMSO that occurs naturally in the blood and is a component of hair, nails, and metabolic enzymes. It is also found in sulfur-containing foods such as milk, meat, and broccoli. As a supplement, it is sold in capsule form. Like DMSO, MSM is said to relieve arthritis pain, but without the strong sulfur odor. It is an approved veterinary medicine and is commonly used in cream form for the treatment of muscle injuries and soreness in horses.

    Because DMSO is easily absorbed through the skin, it can be rubbed on the skin to ease muscle and arthritis pain. MSM, on the other hand, is taken orally in supplement form. Although it is mainly used for the treatment of arthritis, its proponents claim it is effective for the treatment of a wide variety of ailments, including headaches, muscle pain, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, and allergies.

    Any food that is rich in sulfur, such as broccoli, eggs, meat, garlic, onions, and milk, contains some DMSO and MSM. DMSO is sold as an industrial solvent that is not intended for human use. MSM is available as a nutritional supplement in health food stores. DMSO comes in liquid form and is rubbed onto the skin to relieve arthritis pain and inflammation. MSM comes in capsule form.

    For DMSO, the main concern is getting a pure that is free of contaminants. However, there have been no safety studies in the United States showing that even DMSO is safe for long-term use when rubbed on the skin. It has a strong sulfur odor that has been described as smelling like fish, oysters, garlic, and rotten eggs; it can become incorporated into sweat and saliva, causing body odor and bad breath. It can also cause skin irritation at the site of application.

    Animal toxicity studies have been done with MSM and it was found to be safe. It is a nontoxic compound, even at high doses. However, it can have a mild blood-thinning effect and shouldn't be taken with nonprescription blood thinners like aspirin, ginkgo biloba, high doses of vitamin E, prescription blood thinners like Coumadin, or other drugs or supplements that reduce clotting.

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