MSM Methyl Sulfonyl Methane
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Dr. Stanley Jacob of the Oregon Health Sciences
University, discovered and was able to isolate an extremely important and beneficial part of DMSO. It is referred to as Methyl Sulfonyl Methane, and is simply known as MSM.
It was determined that it was the MSM part of DMSO that brings so many health benefits to those that suffer from various ailments and diseases. MSM provides the health-giving benefits without any nuisance side effects. It is estimated that the human body uses up at least 1/8 tea spoon of MSM each day! MSM is a natural form or organic sulfur found in all living organisms, and is present in low concentrations in our body fluids and tissues. It is found in a variety of fresh foods, including fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, and milk. MSM helps our bodies utilize the
vitamins that we take, providing the means to derive the maximum benefit from those vitamins.
MSM is part of the Amino Acid Chain. Without the proper amount of MSM in our bodies, the amino acids will continue to build the glands, but fail to produce the correct enzymes, making us prone to unnecessary illness. MSM is the flexible bond between proteins. When a cell dies, a new
cell takes its place. Without the needed amount of MSM, it attaches but becomes rigid. When tissues lose their flexibility, problems develop with the lungs and other parts of the body.
MSM detoxifies the body and increases blood circulation.
Because there are few nerves in the bones, our pain comes from the soft tissue. Aspirin shuts off the nerves, but the muscles are still damaged. MSM takes out the inflammation,
permits the muscles to heal and prevents them from becoming sore. If you play sports or work -out in a gym and normally get sore muscles the next day, take 1/2 teaspoon of MSM before
exercise and you will notice a difference. If taken after exercise, the soreness will go away faster. MSM also prevents over-reaction to other medicines, so it does not work against any medications. MSM controls acidity in the stomach, so it can help ulcers.