Do you think you are Sulfur deficient?
Are you not sure if Sulfur MSM is right for you?
Are you scared of taking toxic amounts of Sulfur MSM?
Great News!!! We have all the answers for you;
Sulfur is one of the most under-appreciated nutrients.
The nutrient MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) is a naturally-occurring Sulfur compound found in all vertebrates, including humans and about 34% of MSM is Sulfur.
However, MSM plays a much larger role in our body than just a Sulfur donor. It actually helps with Sulfur metabolism and better incorporation of Sulfur throughout our body.
Another one of important benefits of Sulfur is improving our body's ability to make antioxidants such as glutathione (one of the most important antioxidants).
In a perfect world, we could get MSM from food and obviously that would be the best and healthiest option.
Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world and most of the food we eat these days are very low on MSM or we just don't eat the kind of foods that are rich in MSM anymore such as collagen or keratin.
Therefore, in order for us to have healthy levels of MSM in our body; we need to take natural supplements of it.
Studies show that MSM is very safe and can be taken at a very high dosage. Effective amounts of MSM are between 1.5 to 6 grams and if taken at a higher dosage side effects could cause:
- Intestinal discomfort
- Swelling of the ankles
- Mild skin rashes
Some Common Benefits of MSM:
- Key source of Sulfur
- Bone and joint care
- The detoxification effect
- Skin and hair care
- Natural energy booster
How to Take MSM:
We recommend taking 4 grams (1 tsp) per 100 pounds of body weight and take it twice a day. For example, someone who weighs 150 pounds would take about 6 grams (1.5 tsp).
Note: You could dissolve this is distilled water and add honey, maple syrup or coconut sugar to improve the bitter taste.
Note: Chlorine blocks uptake of Sulfur so please make sure to use distilled/filtered water.
How to Take MSM (Part 1)
How to Take MSM (Part 2)
Material Safety Data Sheet
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MSM (MethylSulphonylMethane) Powder