AOR MSM, 100 v-caps.


human-joint-pain (1) What is MSM? Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring form of organic sulfur found in living organisms. It is present in low concentrations in body fluids and tissues, human milk, and a variety of fruits, vegetables and grains. However, when foods are processed, heated or dried, the essential MSM is readily lost. The development of MSM as a dietary supplement stemmed from research on DMSO (dimethylsulfoxide). As a stable, odourless dietary metabolite of DMSO, MSM possesses certain properties similar to DMSO together with additional biological activity not possessed by DMSO. Sulfur plays an indispensable role in human nutrition that is commonly overlooked. It is responsible for the conformation of body proteins through the formation of disulphide bonds, thereby holding connective tissues together. Sulfur groups are vital to the catalytic functions of numerous enzymes. Purified MSM can be applied topically or administered orally for effective bioavailability. It is well absorbed and of exceedingly low toxicity to all forms of plant and animal life.

Product Description

AOR04301-MSM-250cc-An Important Mineral MSM is methylsulfonylmethane, an excellent source of organic sulfur. Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral in the body, and is found in concentrated amounts in connective tissues and joint cartilage. It is required for the formation of disulfide bonds, an important part of many molecular structures, and is needed for the functions of many enzymes. MSM is thought to be important for maintaining the structure and function of joints. Allergies and Other Effects MSM has been shown to improve allergic symptoms in response to a wide variety of allergens, as well as improving the effects of antiallergy medications. It has also been found to improve symptoms of gastrointestinal upset. It reduces inflammation and is therefore useful for joint pain. It reduces the buildup of lactic acid, which is what causes cramping during physical activity. It also enhances the absorption of other nutrients from food. A Good Source of Sulfur Although it is present in foods, MSM is readily lost when the foods are processed, heated or dried. Supplemental MSM has been shown to be safe and well absorbed. AOR’s MSM provides a convenient form of this important source of sulfur.


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